allergy symptoms

  1. Exploring climate change's impact on allergies

    How Climate Change Is Impacting Allergy Seasons?

    Climate change is a global phenomenon that has far-reaching impacts on our environment, health and daily lives. One of the lesser-discussed but increasingly significant effects of climate change is its impact on allergy seasons.

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  2. Practical tips for coping with allergies in the uk

    Coping With Allergies In The UK: Tips For Allergy Management

    Spring season comes with its own set of challenges, and for many, allergies are a recurring issue throughout the year. From common allergens to seasonal triggers, managing allergies requires a thoughtful approach. In this guide, we'll explore the common allergies in the UK, understand allergy symptoms, delve into allergy testing methods, explore available allergy relief products, and specifically look at coping with seasonal allergies.

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  3. Strategies for managing seasonal allergies in the uk

    Recognising And Managing Seasonal Allergies In The UK

    Seasonal allergies are a common health concern in the United Kingdom, affecting a significant portion of the population. While the beauty of changing seasons brings joy to many, it can also trigger various allergic reactions in individuals sensitive to pollen and other allergens. Recognising and managing these allergies is crucial for maintaining a good quality of life.

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  4. Managing seasonal allergies in spring and summer

    Seasonal Allergies: Coping Strategies For Spring And Summer

    Spring and summer bring sunshine and outdoor activities, bringing joy to some but causing discomfort to those with seasonal allergies. Itchy and watery eyes, sneezing, nasal congestion, and overall discomfort can hinder the enjoyment of the warmer months. This article explains the effective ways to manage these troublesome allergies and combat their effects, allowing you to fully embrace spring and summer.

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  5. Everything you need to know about allergy prevention

    Allergy Prevention: Everything You Need To Know

    Sneezes, sniffles, and runny noses are not just signs of a cold. They are also common symptoms of an allergy attack, and they can be very disrupting to deal with. Having an effective plan in place to avoid your allergens can be key to keeping you from experiencing an allergic reaction. Not all allergy flareups can be prevented, but with careful planning and preparation they can be effectively managed without major disruptions to your daily life. 

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  6. Can consuming alcohol regularly trigger an allergic reaction?

    Can consuming alcohol regularly trigger an allergic reaction?

    When you have allergies, it can seem like everything is out to get you because everywhere you go, you encounter something that makes your eyes red and your nose runny. Everyone’s allergies and triggers are different, but common irritants include pollen, dust mites, pet dander, and mould.

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  7.  Food Allergy or Intolerance: How to Tell the Difference?

    Food Allergy or Intolerance: How to Tell the Difference?

    Many people do not realise that a food allergy and a food intolerance are not the same thing. While both conditions refer to a person’s inability to ingest certain foods, they each affect a different part of the body.

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  8. Are Allergies Worse in the Morning or at Night?

    Are Allergies Worse in the Morning or at Night?

    Do you ever wake up in the morning congested, coughing, or with a sore throat? Or maybe you struggle to get to sleep at night because of sneezing or difficulty breathing? It varies from person to person, but some people find that their allergies are worse at certain times of the day.

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  9. Is Stress Making Your Allergy Symptoms Worse?

    Is Stress Making Your Allergy Symptoms Worse?

    Stress can be far more than just the feeling of being overwhelmed. Studies have shown that stress can cause a cascade of physical symptoms as well as psychological ones. Some common physical side effects of stress are headaches, chest pain, tiredness, and tension or muscle pain.

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