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I have a severe case of hayfever and all over-the-counter anti histamines dont work, at all. Ive got a new medicine but its effects are fading and im being left with constant sneezing, runny nose 24/7, which really is a toll on the body and mind.

 

Ive tried meditation which worked temporarily as well,

 

Does anyone know any useful working remedies? Please dont give me stuff your not too sure about XD I was once rubbing cinnamon and honey in my nose like an idiot because of all the useless remedies on the Internet.

 

 

PLEASE help :) Im dying

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Some people have success with nasal irrigation. I can't do it, but several of my friends do.

Keeping your hair short or pulled back away from your face might help, and also frequently washing your pillow and bedsheets. Eating local honey helps too I think, or at least it doesn't hurt.

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Some people have success with nasal irrigation. I can't do it, but several of my friends do.

Keeping your hair short or pulled back away from your face might help, and also frequently washing your pillow and bedsheets. Eating local honey helps too I think, or at least it doesn't hurt.

adding some salt to the water of irrigation will help those with obstructed nostrils, it will clean up the passages. Honey (local one that is and preferably one from a mountain) is a good anti bacterial medicine, it helps the coughing and throat infection (tried it and it worked well).

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Your hayfever will get worse if you breathe in dust. Take a teaspoon of baking soda and add water a drop at a time until you make a soft paste and rub it all over your nose and inside the nostrils, then wash it off. This should get rid of any dust or pollen, inshaAllah.

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check your vitamin d levels, if low, take supplement. then see how worse or better your symptoms would go.

also, use vinegar in almost all of your meals, use it to wash your hair as well.

Vitamin levels are fine i had a blood test one week ago, i just cant seem to be able to stop my body from overreacting i sneeze even when im inside the house and when pollen levels are low.

Your hayfever will get worse if you breathe in dust. Take a teaspoon of baking soda and add water a drop at a time until you make a soft paste and rub it all over your nose and inside the nostrils, then wash it off. This should get rid of any dust or pollen, inshaAllah.

Inshallah im going to do it now, but what when i remove it the pollen just sticks back on,

This may sound stupid but can i make duah for my hayfever issue? It really stops me from studying.

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Vitamin levels are fine i had a blood test one week ago, i just cant seem to be able to stop my body from overreacting i sneeze even when im inside the house and when pollen levels are low.

Inshallah im going to do it now, but what when i remove it the pollen just sticks back on,

This may sound stupid but can i make duah for my hayfever issue? It really stops me from studying.

they don't check the vitamin levels usually. if you asked them specifically about it, they most likely will tell you they did not request it. 

http://www.dietdoctor.com/vitamin-d-and-seasonal-allergie

 

also

In the United States serologic evidence of acquisition of certain infections, mainly food-borne and orofecal infection, is associated with a lower probability of having hay fever and asthma. Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey data support the hypothesis that hygiene is a major factor contributing to the increase in hay fever, asthma, and atopic sensitization in westernized countries.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12209083

so just use vinegar as your conditioner with olive oil. if you can make your own home made shampoo it will really help. eat food that contain vinegar.

Vinegar and honey and salt are antibiotics that are not harmful to our beneficial microbes in our bodies. 

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Your hayfever will get worse if you breathe in dust. Take a teaspoon of baking soda and add water a drop at a time until you make a soft paste and rub it all over your nose and inside the nostrils, then wash it off. This should get rid of any dust or pollen, inshaAllah.

 

Inshallah im going to do it now, but what when i remove it the pollen just sticks back on,

Just try it once. If you feel better, then it helped you. If you don't have baking soda, make a paste from salt and water. It will be more scratchy to your nose, but it will remove the irritant, inshaAllah. Making dua for you. Yes, you can make dua for yourself.

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This herbal supplement might be of use to you. Since its herbal there is no harm in trying. Take a small piece of it (about 1 inch) and chew and swallow the juice until its tasteless.

 

I'll order this now and try it thanks alot.

 

they don't check the vitamin levels usually. if you asked them specifically about it, they most likely will tell you they did not request it. 

http://www.dietdoctor.com/vitamin-d-and-seasonal-allergie

 

also

In the United States serologic evidence of acquisition of certain infections, mainly food-borne and orofecal infection, is associated with a lower probability of having hay fever and asthma. Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey data support the hypothesis that hygiene is a major factor contributing to the increase in hay fever, asthma, and atopic sensitization in westernized countries.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12209083

so just use vinegar as your conditioner with olive oil. if you can make your own home made shampoo it will really help. eat food that contain vinegar.

Vinegar and honey and salt are antibiotics that are not harmful to our beneficial microbes in our bodies. 

 

Thanks! Ill add vinegar and honey to my food when i can :)

 

Just try it once. If you feel better, then it helped you. If you don't have baking soda, make a paste from salt and water. It will be more scratchy to your nose, but it will remove the irritant, inshaAllah. Making dua for you. Yes, you can make dua for yourself.

 

Thanks alot ill try it now i didnt have baking soda :D

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If you have a runny nose that comes and goes depending on the time of year, its likely to be seasonal allergic rhinitis; hayfever. 

However if it comes at any time of the year, it could be that you are being exposed to an allergen (not necessarily pollen) that is causing it, or there could be other causes that are not hayfever (e.g. nasal polyps, sinusitis).

 

I recommend you look into nasal steroid sprays, as well as methods to try and reduce your exposure to allergens incase it really is hayfever (e.g. closing car windows, wearing sunglasses, avoid going outside early mornings, etc).

 

If you seek remedies and such, only use it to complement conventional medicine and not to replace it entirely.

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If you have a runny nose that comes and goes depending on the time of year, its likely to be seasonal allergic rhinitis; hayfever.

However if it comes at any time of the year, it could be that you are being exposed to an allergen (not necessarily pollen) that is causing it, or there could be other causes that are not hayfever (e.g. nasal polyps, sinusitis).

I recommend you look into nasal steroid sprays, as well as methods to try and reduce your exposure to allergens incase it really is hayfever (e.g. closing car windows, wearing sunglasses, avoid going outside early mornings, etc).

If you seek remedies and such, only use it to complement conventional medicine and not to replace it entirely.

Im starting to doubt its even hayfever like it can come and go and sometimes my medicines work perfectly but others hayfever or whatever it is completely disregards it and the runny nose and sneezing dosent stop, ive had a runny nose for 3 days and thankfully its calmed now. This always happens and generally right after summer

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