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Be pollen prepared with hay fever advice from Specsavers Galway stores

As the summer fast approaches, most of us long for a repeat of last year’s heatwave, however one downside of those long, hot, summer evenings is the increased threat of hay fever.

Status yellow: pollen season expected to hit Ireland early June

As it seems we are set to continue enjoying this sunny weather, hay fever could cause misery for numerous sufferers across Ireland.

Six ways to beat seasonal sniffles

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1. Know your enemy.

Control your hayfever

Atishoo! Atishoo! Your eyes are streaming, your nose is running and you are constantly reaching for tissues.

Asthma Society how to garden safely

Up to 400,000 people with asthma also suffer from hay fever (allergic rhinitis), which is triggered by pollen, dust and spores. Allergies often deter people from enjoying their garden.

Top tips for safe summer driving

With summer having arrived, the Institute of Advanced Motorists is advising motorists on ways to prepare their cars for the summer driving season.

Ease that sneeze

Sneezing, runny/blocked nose, red, watery, itchy eyes and an itchy throat. If you are currently under seige from these symptoms then you may be one of the 15 per cent of people who suffers from the summertime misery known as hayfever.

Sneeze no more

If you suffer from hayfever - the most common allergic disease in Ireland - and are looking for a natural treatment check out Allerclear, a herbal remedy which costs less than €10.

Hay fever hope

An estimated 600 million people suffer from hay fever and with peak pollen season looming a season when grasses, plants, and seeds release pollen into the air, the outdoor enjoyment of hay fever sufferers can be ruined.

Getting to grips with summer sneezes

It is the most common allergic disease in Ireland, affects one in 10 people and is most prevalent between May and September.

 

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