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    Im hoping its not just me with this disease, sorry allergy, yes the dreaded hayfever.

    Its got a stage this year when I have had enough (again). Cant breath, cant sleep, cant see....WTF!!!

    Has anyone got any decent remedies, other than the usual off the shef 5h1te.

    I am using Cetrizine at the moment, along with Hayfever Eye Drops from Boots (total waste of £6.00)! I am also using vaseline just under my nostrils (apparently it stops pollen going up your nose....well lets just say "DOES IT FOOOK")!!!

    So anyone, any natural remediesm or things to avoid/do that make it worse/better. And yes, I do stay away from trees and grass!


    Bye bye Vec B
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    I've had a lot of success with stuff called "Nazaleze" ( I think) -it's a fine powder you puff up your nostrils. It does a similar job to vaseline around teh snout, but inside, IYSWIM.
    Don't get it mixed up with your eyedrops though!

    Phil

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    I AM TORTURED TOO!!!!!!


    MY EYES ARE SCRATCHED OUT,CAN'T BREATH IRRITATION IN MY THROAT ABSOLUTE NIGHTMARE!!!

    for what its worth i use zerteik tablets also tried those expensive boots drops(USELESS)
    MY best and only relief is cold water in the face,and the old cold wet cotten wool on your eyes,might not cure it but it releives it a bit.
    you have my sympathys.

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    I am the same as you so i take a normal asda non drowsey tablet every morning and my friend who is a pharmacist recommended years ago to use Beconase Aqueous Nasal Spray.

    The spray works a treat but feels a bit harsh on you first attempt, this forms a barrier over the area that is prone to pollen etc.

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    personally the nasal sprays give me nose bleeds so had to stop them

    but if the work for you anything would be a help

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    I was given Cetrizine to use once a day, it did actually work, but over the last week, I feel that I now have the need to take 2 a day (OD)!!!

    I must admit, it stops the sneezing, but it doesnt stop that feeling you get that you are going to sneeze. I also use olbas oil drops inside my pillow at night to try to clear my airwave, works for a bit until you turn over and lie on it, blocking all the smell! I just cant seem to stop the running nose and itcy eyes.....have tried everything under he sun over the past years but nothing sorts it.

    I also use Nasonex nasal spray, apparently it has two uses, one for this and one for my permanently blocked sinus!

    I even tried a google search this morning for natural remedies, and the top hit was a £79.99 nasal machine (talk about sticking a knife in it)!


    Bye bye Vec B
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIG NEIL View Post
    I AM TORTURED TOO!!!!!!


    MY EYES ARE SCRATCHED OUT,CAN'T BREATH IRRITATION IN MY THROAT ABSOLUTE NIGHTMARE!!!

    for what its worth i use zerteik tablets also tried those expensive boots drops(USELESS)
    MY best and only relief is cold water in the face,and the old cold wet cotten wool on your eyes,might not cure it but it releives it a bit.
    you have my sympathys.

    I am deffo going to try the cold wet cotton wool at night, I wash my eyes and face about 10 times a day with cold water, but that sounds like it could help.


    Bye bye Vec B
    - Hello Siggy!

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    http://forum.vectra-c.com/showthread...light=hayfever

    using the light thingy+citrizine and this is the best i've been in 20+ years....... even had people asking.... 'whats happenerd to your hayfever this year'

    not saying its a total cure but its made it bareble this year and at the price i'd totally recommend giving it a go

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    Blow your nose regularly

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    Quote Originally Posted by vauxmang View Post



    I even tried a google search this morning for natural remedies, and the top hit was a £79.99 nasal machine (talk about sticking a knife in it)!

    same thing but a lot cheaper

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