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Control Hay Fever

Hay fever can be a nightmare. Symptoms include runny, streaming, sneezing, stuffy and blocked nose, itching in the throat and nose, headaches, itching and red watering eyes, inability to smell and even taste food, itchy ears and disturbed sleep as well as feelings of listlessness and depression.

Hay fever can affect work and personal life and spoil what should be enjoyable and productive activities.

Hay fever is an over-reaction

Hay fever, like any allergic response, is actually an over reaction. Hay fever is medically labeled as 'seasonal allergic rhinitis.' But let's just stick to hay fever.

Pollen from blooming or pollinating pants can cause all the symptoms of hay fever from streaming eyes, sneezing and general irritation of the delicate linings of the nasal passage, throat and eyes.

Hay fever is usually seasonal

Hay fever can affect up to 20% of the population. For most people, hay fever is seasonal and they only experience the symptoms during the spring and summer pollen season. For a minority of sufferers the symptoms last all year round and can be caused by house dust mites, mould and animal fur. This can feel like having a permanent cold and sore throat.

So hay fever is caused by an over-reaction or allergic reaction to pollen.

Pollen is basically a grain to transport the male DNA to the female part of the flower. There are different types of pollen, the most common allergen is grass pollen.

Hay fever (like any allergy) is an over reaction of the immune system. The immune system wrongly determines the pollen as a threat and produces a big unnecessary response.

Your natural guard dog

This is like a guard dog that barks at everyone not just intruders or a car alarm that keeps going off when it doesn't need to. The guard dog needs re-training so it only barks when it really needs to and the car alarm needs to be re-set so that it only goes off when there is a genuine threat to the car's security. Medical treatments include antihistamines and steroids which work to calm the immune system's over reaction. However medical treatments are palliative and won't necessarily stop the symptoms from starting in the first place.

Hypnosis can help re-set unconscious patterns so that the immune system only responds to what it needs to respond to not what it doesn't need to.

This session will relax you deeply it is also a way to begin to re-train your allergic response to stop firing off when it doesn't need to.

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NB We recommend that you speak to a medical professional if you do suffer hay fever.

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Hay Fever Relief

Narrator: Roger Elliott
Length: 21:43
Download Size: 9.94 MB

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