Thank you for your article – I have suffered with hay fever since the birth of my first son – 16 years! ( not sure if its due to lower immunity after giving birth?) some times its so bad I’m literally locked in a dark room with wet cooling eye pads- its my only relief, I started using Prevalin Allergy last year and have to say my hay fever has stopped! its a revelation.. I recommend this product 100% its the only product I can say that’s truly worked for me, I don’t need tablets, nasal sprays or eye drops now! its great knowing it doesn’t contain drugs or steroids,… take a bit of getting used to as its a product lining your nose, a couple of days and you get used to it!
cant be worse than sneezing every five minutes and scratching your eyes out all day!
If allergies are responsible for post-nasal drip, over-the counter antihistamines (., loratadine, desloratadine, cetirizine, fexofenadine) can be used to help with symptoms. Talk to your doctor or pharmacist before starting an antihistamine. Your doctor may also prescribe a corticosteroid nasal spray (., budesonide, fluticasone, mometasone) to help. Avoiding the allergies that cause runny noses can prevent post-nasal drip from happening again. Many people are allergic only during certain seasons or times of the year, mostly to pollens, moulds, or weeds. Year-round causes of allergies include mites, animal dander, and moulds.
It is not fully understood why certain people develop allergies, though sometimes they can run in families. Allergic rhinitis most commonly occurs due to pollen, animal fur, and dust mites. Most people with allergic rhinitis do not develop serious complications, though the symptoms can be frustrating and inconvenient in day-to-day life. In some rare cases, allergic rhinitis will cause sinusitis or middle-ear infections.
Allergic rhinitis and sinusitis cannot be cured, but the symptoms can be effectively relieved with treatments, such as Avamys. The corticosteroid works by stopping the immune system’s inflammatory response to allergens. This prevents unwanted allergy symptoms from developing.