Pollen count is based on a measurement of the number of grains of pollen in a cubic metre of the air. The higher the count, the greater the chance people suffering from hay fever will experience worse symptoms when they are outside.
The recommended weekly portion of fish is two to three a week.
Healthline says that there is also some evidence that the Omega 3 fatty acids could bolster your allergy resistance and even improve asthma.
A German study found that the more fatty acid that people had in their blood stream, the less their risk of allergic sensitivity or hay fever.
More recently, a study showed that fatty acids helped decrease the narrowing of airways that occurs in asthma and some cases of seasonal allergies.
Allergies like hay fever occur where there is an allergy to pollen, dust or mould and it irritates your nose and causes cold like symptoms.
This can cause inflammation to the throat and nose passages which may result in a blocked nose and a reduced sense of smell.
Other foods that are recommended for incorporating into your diet include ginger, citrus fruits and onions.
Ginger helps reduce inflammation naturally. Inflammatory issues, like swelling and irritation in the nasal passages can be as a result of an allergy or a high pollen count and ginger helps alleviate this.
Healthline recommends adding ginger into tea or when cooking to help your allergies.
Citrus fruits including oranges, grapefruits, lemons and limes are packed with vitamin C.
Eating foods high in Vitamin C has been shown to decrease hay fever because of its antioxidant properties.
Vitamin C protects your cells from damage and during allergy season, vitamin C can slow down the overreaction of your body to environmental triggers by decreasing your body’s histamine production.
You can check the accurate pollen count here: https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/warnings-and-advice/seasonal-advice/pollen-forecast#?date=2020-05-22
Published at Fri, 22 May 2020 05:29:00 +0000