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Hay Fever: The Complete Guide

Hay Fever: The Complete Guide

Find Relief from Allergies to Pollens, Molds, Pets, Dust Mites, and more

A step-by-step guide to understanding and coping with hay fever, perennial rhinitis, and other allergic reactions.

• Helps to determine whether you really suffer from hay fever and how to deal with it on a year-round basis.

• Shows how to lessen your symptoms without drugs and how to avoid reactions in the first place.

• Explains how to minimize the development of allergies in your children.

• Includes appendices on pollen seasons around the world, air pollution, and useful products and resources.

Almost everyone has thought that they may be suffering from hay fever at one time or another. But what is hay fever? And what are the most effective treatments? Hay Fever: The Complete Guide looks at these questions and provides the scientific background on the causes and types of hay fever and related sinus conditions and how to treat them for the most effective results. The authors explore all the issues of respiratory allergies, including the links between asthma and hay fever and the related issue of preventing allergies in children. They also discuss the role of food allergies and allergens and review the common myths surrounding them. The most effective treatments, both drug-based and homeopathic, are analyzed and weighed against one another. Helpful Appendices offer a summary of the causes, symptoms, and possible treatments for hay fever as well as various sources for further information. 
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  • Healing Arts Press | 
  • 360 pages | 
  • ISBN 9780892819881 | 
  • August 2002
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Excerpt from Hay Fever: from Chapter 5
Chapter Five
Treating Hay Fever and Pollen Asthma: Self-help and Medical Help
Far too many people with hay fever choose to suffer in silence-if you can describe volleys of explosive sneezes, and regular snorting into handkerchiefs as "silence." According to one survey, for every hundred people with hay fever, fewer than twenty-five are getting treatment that relieves their symptoms fully. No doctor, however optimistic, would suggest that all the hundred could be entirely freed from their symptoms, but it is certainly true that many more people could be helped, and that many could experience far greater... see more

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