Recent research has shown that intranasal light therapy could be a very effective way for hayfever sufferers to tackle their hayfever symptoms. It could even work well for people who do not respond well to antihistamines, as well as people with other allergic conidtions.
There are several light therapies on the market including the Lumie Haylight, the Sneeze Beam and a device sold by Lloyds Pharmacy. A tube is placed inside each nostril emitting up to two types of red light directly onto the membranes inside the nose. This is said to reduce histamine production.
They claim to provide safe, fast-acting relief to hay fever sufferers, whose symptoms may include streaming noses, sneezing and irritable eyes throat and face.
So it could be another alternative to medication for hay fever, including antihistamine tablets for hay fever which work by reducing the effects of histamine on the body.
Used in conjunction with HayMax pollen barrier nose balm for hay fever the results could be two-fold. And as both are drug free they are suitable for anyone looking for something for hayfever while pregnant, or while breast-feeding.
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