Nearly 35 million Americans experience seasonal hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis or an allergy to pollen.
But along with taking an antihistamine pill every day and constraining your time outside, what else can be done to protect yourself from a seasonal allergy?
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According to some experts, due to:
Dietician Lola Biggs, from Together Health, points out that if you can make some tweaks to what you eat and drink can make the symptoms worse, or helping to ease them.
According to the dietician:
Lola says, some foods containing histamine and it is naturally created and released during the body’s first response to a suspected allergen like pollen.
People suffering from Pollen Allergy should reduce or cut down the consumption of sugar and processed foods as they cause the body to produce more histamine. You might also want to avoid booze.
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