Be ready when hay fever hits

Unpleasant hay fever symptoms can get in the way of life1. If you're waiting for this season's hay fever hit, speak to your healthcare professional today about management options so that you are ready when symptoms occur.

Despite its common name, hay fever isn't necessarily caused by hay & doesn't result in a fever.

It occurs when an allergen that you are sensitive to comes into contact with your nose and/or your eyes.1 So what could these allergens be?

Hay fever is related to a lot of unpleasant symptoms affecting the nose and eyes.

Symptoms of hay fever include a runny or itchy nose, sneezing, watery or itchy eyes and congestion1, 2.

Based on your individual needs, there are different management options available.

If you are aware of what allergens trigger your hay fever symptoms, it may be possible to reduce hay fever symptoms by simply staying away from what causes the problem - avoiding the allergen!

An increased pollen count in the air can be a major contributing factor causing hay fever symptoms.

Grasses, weeds, and trees which are wind-pollinated can trigger hay fever symptoms such as a runny nose, itchy eyes, blocked nose and headache1, 2.

Speak to your healthcare professional today about how you can prepare for this season’s hay fever hit.

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