|•|| Hay Fever (Allergic Rhinitis) |
Hay fever, also known as seasonal allergic rhinitis, is an allergy-related inflammation of the nasal passages, throat and eye membrane (conjunctiva), caused by sensitivity to airborne pollens and molds.
|•|| Know Your Triggers |
Knowing the specific type of pollen that could be causing you trouble goes a long way toward helping you deal with your symptoms.
|•|| Common Allergy Medications |
Dozens of drugs, both over-the-counter and prescription, are available to treat allergy symptoms.
|•|| Antihistamines |
Whether by prescription or purchased over-the-counter at any drugstore or supermarket, antihistamine medications are an effective way to keep hay fever and itchy skin reactions at bay and make allergy season a little more tolerable.
|•|| Pollen Season Chart |
Here are some general guidelines on when you can expect hay fever to be at its peak in your area.