How to combat hay fever symptoms during summer

As temperatures continue to fluctuate this summer – with Britain recording its hottest day of the year at the end of June – hay fever sufferers may struggle to spend time outdoors without their symptoms flaring up.

For the unlucky individuals afflicted with sneezing fits, runny noses and itchy eyes every year, it can be incredibly frustrating having to endure the debilitating symptoms.

However, there are precautions that you can take to keep your symptoms at bay, or at least reduce their severity.Here are some top tips for combatting hay fever this year:Track pollen count,Pollen count varies day by day depending on the weather.

When you check the weather forecast, the information provided will include the daily pollen count.According to Allergy UK, the pollen count tends to be higher on days that are warmer and dryer, and lower on days that are cooler and wetter.

[Read more]