Allergic Rhinitis (hay fever) in full swing

  • 22 September 2015
  • Garth Smith

Every year people who suffer from seasonal allergic rhinitis dread the return of their disruptive and highly uncomfortable symptoms. It is often triggered by pollen from grass or trees prevalent at this time of the year. Itchy nose and eyes, facial congestion, blocked nose with mouth breathing and loss of sleep leads to an uncomfortable time. Importantly for children with this condition the loss of sleep can lead to concentration problems and learning difficulties. Thankfully there are treatments that can help relieve the symptoms, and immunotherapy which can even cure the condition. 

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