Sneezing, red eyes and disturbances. Seasonal allergies affect everyone.
Seasonal allergy disorders can be very bothersome and severely limit daily life. For this reason, adopting correct habits can make a difference.
Rhinitis, stuffy nose, red eyes
Seasonal allergies can be described as an abnormal immune system reaction that begins to produce antibodies to defend against substances harmless to the body, such as plant pollens. Whatever substance you are allergic to, the disorders are mostly always the same: rhinitis, stuffy nose, red eyes, and affect both children and adults.
Due to climate change, it is estimated that allergy sufferers have increased exponentially in recent years. In fact, it is important to remember that you can ‘become’ allergic even as an adult and that, especially in the early stages, you should not confuse allergy symptoms for with the common cold. That is why it is important to keep this under control and seek the advice of a specialist.
Foods that help prevent allergies
Prevention and balanced diet
Ribes nigrum (blackcurrant)
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