PREVENTION! That is the secret to managing bad hay fever symptoms in spring.
Spring is not my favourite season of the year because I get severe hay fever symptoms such as constant nose drip during the day and at sleep, non-stop sneezing, watery and itchy eyes and etc. It feels like you are having a common cold continuously for 3 months, and all you want to do is to cut your nose off or live in a bubble until spring is over. I have tried all sort of western medication such as Zyrtec, Claratyne and nasal spray - none of them had worked for me. What did work in helping my body to manage and prevent severe hay fever attacks is Chinese herbal medicine and nasal wash.
What I found when I took herbal medicine to boost my immunity and defence system in Winter season, my body was more able to cope with hay fever in spring. Last year I had one of the best year from my severe hay fever symptoms. There was the occasional attacks but that would only last for a day and most of the days and during the night, my nose was drip free, itchy and watery eyes free and sneeze free.
So, here is my one simple tip in preparing your body to combat hay fever in spring -
PREVENTION - acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine is by far the best. It is natural and it works! If you are afraid of needles, there is herbal medicine that you can take to help boost your immunity and defence function to help your body cope with hay fever season. Preparing your body NOW is the best solution to reducing the severity of your symptoms in spring.
If you dread spring time because of hay fever and are tired of western medication that does not work for you, there is a solution. From my own experience, acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine can reduce the severity of hay fever symptoms. However, there is a catch - natural medicine takes time to work. Therefore, the sooner you start your treatment, the better you will be able to face hay fever nose on this coming spring. Do not hesitate to make an appointment for a consultation with us - we are more than happy to have a chat with you and your concerns.