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2.Nose – Sneezing, running and stuffy noses are usually a good indication that you may be experiencing hayfever. Sinus problems (especially a plugged nose) can potentially cause severe headaches. To treat these symptoms use any form of nasal spray to clear your nose as best as possible.
3.Breathing – If you have hayfever, you may find it difficult to breathe. You may also notice wheezing or tightness in you chest. These symptoms are often identified as same symptoms of asthma. They can be treated with same forms of treatment for asthma sufferers. Possibly a puffer.
Suffering from hayfever can make it difficult to work and function on a daily basis. Unfortunately, hayfever tends to strike at most inappropriate times such as when exams are being held for college or university students. It can also greatly affect your appearance and performance at work. There are easy ways to treat hayfever; most appropriate perhaps is to visit your doctor who will prescribe medication to help you cope with your symptoms.
Harold Miller used to suffer from allergies until he took it upon himself to get educated. While Harold still has the occasional bout, he has learned many ways to improve his allergies and as a result enjoys serving as a contributing editor at http://www.allergyrelief101.com – a site dedicated to providing information on allergy relief.