How annoying, hay fever is playing again.
Read all about hay fever, a runny nose and other symptoms and how the use of Capsinol hay fever fights the symptoms.
Hay fever symptoms
In people with an allergy to pollen, an allergic reaction of the body takes place as soon as the pollen comes into contact with the body through the airways, mucous membranes or eyes.
If you are allergic and you come into contact with pollen or pollen, your body reacts by sneezing, you get a stuffy nose, itchy / watery eyes. You may also feel short of breath or tired.
The symptoms of hay fever are similar to those of a cold. They often manifest themselves around the mouth, eyes and nose. You can then suffer from:
- Running nose
- To sneeze
- Itchy eyes
- Sore throat
Hay fever complaints
The allergic reaction has an early and late reaction. Complaints such as a runny nose, itchy and / or watery eyes, sneezing, are part of the early reaction.
In addition, an allergic reaction also has a late phase involving inflammatory cells. This inflammatory response can occur in both the upper and lower airways. The complaints that may be experienced are a blocked nose (upper airways), cough, wheezing (asthma and / or bronchitis) which may be accompanied by a feeling of tightness (lower airways).
Complaints from the upper airways can spread to the lower airways. The severity of your allergy symptoms will increase if there are more pollen in the air. Complaints such as headaches, poor sleep and fatigue are also common.
What is hay fever
Hay fever is an allergy to pollen from certain grasses, plants and trees that are in bloom. The pollen, also called pollen, floats in the air and can cause a hypersensitive reaction of the mouth, eyes, nose and airways if you come into contact with it.
Histamine plays a role in hay fever complaints. What is Histamine?
“Histamine is a bioactive substance in the body and plays a role in various bodily processes. Histamine is produced by the body itself and is found in food. The production of histamine in the body is also influenced by stress and hormones.
If you have an allergic reaction and you have been in contact with pollen and the body sees it as something dangerous, the body makes antibodies. The next time you come into contact with that dangerous substance again, the body will recognize those ‘dangerous proteins’. These antibodies then become active and release histamine. Histamine then enters your blood in a large amount, causing complaints. ”
When are there pollen in the air?
The period when the pollen and pollen are in the air runs from the beginning of January to the end of September.
If you have an allergy to grass pollen, tree pollen or (un) herb pollen, you will have complaints especially during the spring and summer. And especially on warm days with moderate wind, during the flowering period of the relevant grasses, trees or (un) herbs (the pollen season) to which you are allergic.
De Berk, grasses and Mugwort give the strongest allergic reactions. You may be allergic to a particular plant specifically. As a result, your customers may be stronger earlier or later in the year than other people.
For example, you can already suffer from headaches or eye complaints in February or March, while someone else will not have to deal with these symptoms until June.
The period that you can suffer from hay fever depends entirely on the flowering period of the grasses, trees and plants to which you are allergic. Most bloom between February and September. During this period you also have a chance of symptoms of hay fever.
Do you want to know when the grasses, plants or trees bloom that cause hay fever symptoms? Then view the pollen calendar.
What helps against hay fever
To reduce the symptoms of hay fever, you can treat it in different ways. There are three things you can do for that:
In order not to make the complaints worse, you avoid pollen. For a long-term solution, you can choose to start with immunotherapy. Please contact the GP for this.
You use medicines or medical aids to reduce hay fever complaints. These agents with active substances such as cetirizine, xylometazoline and loratadine can cause unpleasant side effects such as tiredness, drowsiness, sleepiness and headaches.
Capsinol fights hay fever symptoms
If the above measures are not sufficient to reduce the symptoms of hay fever, use Capsinol hay fever. Capsinol fights hay fever symptoms.
Capsinol Hay Fever is a completely natural product. And can therefore be used for a long time, without unpleasant side effects.
Capsinol Hay Fever Nasal Spray reduces hypersensitivity symptoms, and is effective against hay fever symptoms such as stuffy or runny nose. In addition, it takes care of the irritated nasal mucosa and makes the mucous membrane shrink.
Capsinol Hay fever nasal spray contains ao soft (liposomal) sunflower oil and eucalyptus oil. The nasal mucosa is thus protected by a layer, so that pollen and other substances that can cause an allergic reaction cannot end up on the mucous membrane. Xylitol has also been added to prevent bacteria from adhering to the mucous membrane in the nose. The capsaicin strengthens the nose’s resistance.
Capsinol hay fever nasal spray is an extremely gentle product, works effectively against hay fever and other allergies, is 100% natural and can be used for a long time.
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