Seasonal Allergies Australia

Allergic rhinitis and household dust mites
Allergic rhinitis

Hay fever and pollen spores are triggers . Nasal allergies affect 30 percent of the Australian population.

seasonal allergies and allergic rhinitis Australia

Clinical studies conducted through Woolcock Institute show that nasal pollen filters can reduce the severity of allergic rhinitis and allergy asthma and providing relief to allergy sufferers.
In a double blind test on people who are allergic to ragweed and other grasses.
Therefore nose pollen filters tended to reduce symptoms of runny nose, watery eyes and other symptoms associated with seasonal allergies.

Another Five things you didn’t know about allergic rhinitis and asthma allergies.

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Seasonal allergies.

Around 4.1 million Australians suffer from at least one allergy and, based on current trends, by 2050 this figure will rise to around 7.7 million. typical allergies are: Thunderstorm asthma, , allergy asthma. dust mites, pollen counts, nasal allergies. blocked sinuses.

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Pollen Seasonal Allergies.

Pollen seasons can last for several months (both during and outside the spring season) and are dependent on plant variety and location. minute pollen particles created during violent thunderstorms can be particularly dangerous for asthma sufferers.

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Sinus Relief.

Mainly found in Sydney, the Pellitory weed, also known as “Asthma weed” was accidentally introduced to Australia in a ship load of marble from Italy in the early 1900s.

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Allergic Rhinitis.

Hay fever is not caused by Hay, Its medical name is “Seasonal Allergic Rhinitis” and it can be caused by pollen from flowers, weeds and trees.

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Nasal Allergies.

Allergies cost the Australian economy more than $7 billion per year. ( source: The Australian society of immunology and allergy)

Be prepared for thunderstorm asthma