Also known as allergic rhinitis, there are two types: seasonal, which occurs only during the time of year in which certain plants pollinate, and perennial, which occurs all year round.
- Prolonged, sometimes violent sneezing
- Itchy, painful nose, throat, and roof of the mouth
- Stuffy, runny nose
- Postnasal drip that causes coughing
- Watery, itchy eyes
- Head and nasal congestion
- Ear pressure or fullness
If you suffer from hay fever (allergic rhinitis), it's because your immune system views harmless inhaled pollen or other allergens as dangerous substances invading the body. Your system overreacts, flooding your bloodstream with chemicals like histamine and leukotrienes, which inflame the lining of your nasal passages, sinuses, and eyelids and also set in motion other symptoms associated with hay fever, such as sneezing.
Hay fever is often an inherited trait (genetically determined). The majority of patients with hay fever have a parent or sibling who also has allergies. People with asthma or eczema (allergic dermatitis) are more likely than others to develop hay fever; and about one-third of those with allergic rhinitis also have at least mild, intermittent, allergic asthma.
Before the onset of the hay-fever season, the ordinary dosage of ACV and Honey should then be taken. (2-3 teaspoons of ACV and 1-2 teaspoons of Honey in a glass of water, three times a day.) This dosage should be maintained during the entire hay-fever season.
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