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Hay Fever
Hay fever is a form of seasonal allergic rhinitis and is sometimes also called rose fever. Hay is not a major cause and fever is not a symptom, however hay fever affects 20 percent of people and up to 40 percent of children are affected.

Stay indoors
Stay indoors during peak pollen times - 7am to 9am and 3pm to 7pm and avoid grassy areas when you are out and about.
Wear shades
Wear wrap round sunglasses to protect eyes when going outside.
No Gardening
Avoid mowing the lawn during the daytime, as it creates clouds of pollen. Alternatively, ask someone to do it for you.
Plan Holidays
When planning holidays, remember mountains tend to have fewer flowers, and pollen counts are lowest by the sea.
Cover your nostrils
Smear petroleum jelly on your nostrils to stop pollen settling in the lining of your nose.
Close Windows
Keep windows closed and hang net curtains to help trap any pollen.
Avoid Pets
Avoid stroking pets that have been outside - they may be carrying pollen on their fur.
Close Windows
Keep windows and vents closed in the car. If you drive a lot, air conditioning or an electrostatic air filter in the car's ventilation system can help.
Keep Clean
Shower and wash hair after being outside to eliminate all traces of pollen.
Use Ionisers
Use an ioniser indoors. lonisers give off a negative charge which can help to reduce the amount of allergens in the air.

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