How do you know if you have a hayfever?
If you are sneezing, have itchy, red, watery or dry eyes, are coughing, have a stuffy nose or an itchy throat, then see a doctor. You may be unfourtunate enogh to have hayfever. If you have asthma or other allergues, or it runs in your family there is an increased chance!
I'm not sure I understand the question. If you are asking whether or not you can grow out of hayfever, the answer is yes, you can. In fact, this is common. Unfortunately, if you have hayfever now there is a good chance that you will continue to have allergy issues of some kind and may even start having the hayfever again. If you are asking how it is that people come to grow out of…
It is typical to get Hayfever during the spring or summer months. It is an allergic reaction that the body undergoes when the pollen from growing things enters the body. The bodies immune system reacts to the presence of pollen as if it were an infection; that is why a person experiences cold like symptoms during an allergy attack.
It can do, because sometimes the catarrh runs down the back of your throat from your nose (post-nasal drip). Sometimes, you may swallow it rather than cough it up. If this happens, it can irritate your stomach and cause nausea (feeling sick). And, hayfever can cause a general sense of feeling unwell, which may also cause nausea.
Absolutely! In fact, most asthma sufferers have allergies of some kind. Call it a "double blessing". Hayfever is really "allergic rhinitis" meaning you have sinus/nasal symptoms when you inhale something you are allergic to. Usually pollen, dust, animals, mold, etc. It's called Hayfever because some people have a reaction only seasonally. For example, some suffer hayfever symptoms in spring when certain irritants are prevalent and others in the fall. (I personally am a fall sufferer.)…
Just like humans, dogs too get hayfever. Dogs may develop canine atopy which is a predisposition to contract allergic symptoms on being exposed to an allergen. The symptoms are normally itchy skin which they scratch, lick and bite in order to get some relief. If it turns severe and is not treated, the dogs may develop sores which may cause infection. Antibiotics like cortisone can be given to cure them.