Manuka Honey works for me.
Local honey has worked reasonably well for me the last couple of years, but I've never found anything that stops it completely
do you possibly need a stronger inhaler. My asthma used to be triggered by hayfever so I went to the doctor and found I needed a stronger inhaler. Since then I've never looked back.
In terms of natural remedies apparently honey's very good for easing hayfever symptoms.
Stay in your bedroom and have the whole house on lockdown. Seems to work a charm for me! Or over exposing yourself, dying for the first few weeks and then feel an immunity building up against your immune system for bullying your nose and eyes.
So worried this year because hayfever + GCSEs doesn't sound great :/
I take cetrizine everyday during hayfever season and started trying salt water nasal sprays which are quite helpful. Unfortunately I had an allergic reaction to one kind of steroidal nasal spray and the other type I m not supposed to use too much as then that's too many steroids in my body if I end up needing my asthma inhalers at the same time. I ve also got eye drops but I find them really difficult to put in :/
My hayfever seems to be rearing its ugly head this year. My experience is different from year to year - my first year with hayfever I came out in a giant rash (an allergy to grass apparently - I haven't dared sit on grass since) but mostly I feel it in my throat. This year, though, I've been sneezing a lot and you don't want to know how many tissues I get through when I'm outside. I have a particularly strong reaction to grass and trees but flowers aren't great either. The smell of freshly mowed grass actually makes me feel sick these days.
My sister has asthma and definitely finds her hayfever is a trigger. She also has to switch anti-histamines every so often. She's back on Cetirizine now after being on Loratadine last year. She was on Fexofenadine for a couple of years, which really helped until she got a bit too used to it. I also tried Fexofenadine and it was great but I'm not on one right now because I have to talk with my doctor about which ones I can take with my other meds.