Hay feve1 - eczema or asthma. Causes There are a number of...

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Hay fever Hay Fever, also known as Allergic Rhinitis, is a chronic inflammatory condition which affects the mucosa of the nose. Symptoms Symptoms of Hay Fever usually include:- Frequent attacks of catarrh (thick sticky mucus) Recurrent running nose with a clear discharge Frequent bouts of sneezing Blocked nose and loss of sense of smell Headache and a feeling of fullness in the forehead Breathing through the mouth Itchy, watery eyes Itchy throat Since the condition is caused by allergy, there may be other symptoms of allergic conditions such as
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Unformatted text preview: eczema or asthma. Causes There are a number of causes for hay fever since the range of potential allergens is very large. Some common allergens include:- Pollen produced by grasses, weeds and trees Mould spores House Dust Mite more specifically their faeces Animal Dander Cat Allergy In many cases, it is not always possible to determine the specific allergen, mainly because symptoms do not last long enough and may respond simple therapeutic measures....
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course ANTHRO 2000 taught by Professor Monicaoyola during the Fall '10 term at Broward College.

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