Patient discussion about hay fever

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Q. I have chronic hayfever problems in the mornings for the first hour.Seems to be a correlation with dairy produ

I also got asthma 8 years ago at age 69, after having 2 pet cats. It is controlled with 2 puffs of Symbicord daily, am & pm. Anyone managed a complete cure?
A1Hey lixuri,you mean to tell me after after 25yrs as a therapist,All my patients had to do is drink water all day.i love it,how long does it take to work,an what does the patient do in the mean time if they have a asthmatic attack(drink WAter while you cant breath?-PLEASE SEND ME AN AANSWER.---mrfoot56.
A2no cure makes no sense. if you drink enough water daily (2 liters) and i say water and not coca cola or beer, then you will have for sure less problems with your asthma and also be able to get rid of it. read books of Dr. med. F. Batmanghelidj about water and how it is possible to cure yourself. discipline and patience will help you. use if possible no pharmaceutical drugs. they will not cure you, just let you longer sick by covering the symptoms. asthma can be cured! another good help can be a kinesiologist. he/she can find out in your past blockades in your body and so also a/the possible cause(s) of your asthma. chronical lack of water alone can be the cause of asthma. if you prefer tea instead of water you can drink tea but without milk, sugar or lemon - just natural. drink mineral water without gaz and not public water. this water could be polluted with chlorine and/or fluor. i wish you good luck!
A3as mentioned in the above - there is no cure for allergy right now. but there is a good theory about the cause. and there are experimental treatments for changing peoples immune response (very interesting ones like infecting people with harmless parasites). one of the only treatments available in order to change the immune response is by taking regular shots of the allergen. for more information about it:

hope that helped!

Q. Regarding Seasonal Nasal allergy.

My father is suffering from seasonal nasal allergies. He took a 24-hour loratadine pill, 5 hours ago. His nose is still running just like it was. Can I take a benedryl, or is it dangerous to mix loratadine and benedryl? What else can I do to stop my nose?
A1except well known drug interactions- most Dr. check it out with a computer program they have. you need to ask a Dr. or a pharmacist about it. but i can tell you that if you wait 4 times the T1/2 - that is enough to consider the drug out of the system.
A2Do not combine or take any other medication for 24 hours, at least. Call your pharmacist or doctor...DON'T mix them.
Find something that works...tomorrow.

im sorry, get some cleanex. Hope the following link will help you.

Q. is seasonal allergies are treatable?

A1here is the link to the Merck manual about that-
A2I don't know about medications- you should consult a doctor- but alternative medicine helped my sister with seasonal allergy. try acupuncture if you're not afraid of needles. it's amazing!!!

Q. when is the high season of allergies?

AHigh allergy rates are seen mostly in the spring (hay-fever) or- allergic rhinitis, and the cause is thought to be related to flower and tree seeds that are more 'in the air' during spring time.

Q. i suffer of seasonal allergy , besides pills , are they alternative methods to treat seasonal allergy?

A1Here are a few sites that may be useful:
Hope this helps.
A2there are IgG shots that are very helpful (but given usually to severe cases). those antibodies against antibodies.they are also a part of an anti allergy desensitizing treatment if i'm not mistaken. but be advise, could take years.

Q. what is the most natural way to treat seasonal Allergy and to ease symptoms of between seasons?

Ahere is a web page with info about seasonal Allergy various treatments:

i hope it's what you are looking for.

Q. what is seasonal allergies??? why does it come only between seasons? what is the treatment method for it?

Ait's an allergy (usually) for pollens. the blooming seasons are spring and fall, this is why it comes between seasons. best treatment is avoidance, if it's not possible- there are medications that can lower the symptoms.
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