How to stop sneezing – a hay fever relief guide

It’s official hay fever sucks! After trying all sorts of hay fever relief drugs, nasal sprays (cringe!), herbal remedies, local honey and even nettle tea (yep I am that desperate!) I have finally found something that helps reduce my hay fever symptoms I take Loratadine as prescribed by my GP so other drugs and immediate methods were off the table so when I was introduced to NasalGuard AllergieBLOCK I was skeptical but optimistic – I mean I didn’t want to plaster my face in gunk – but I was willing to try anything.

I was pleasantly surprised – firstly it wasn’t gunky (that’s the technical term), and you only need a very small amount so the tiny tube actually lasts a long while. I’ve been using it for about a month now and I can honestly say that along with my one-a-day tablets I have experienced no hay fever symptons – yay no sneezing!

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Credit: NasalGuard AllergieBlock

All you need is a tiny dot of the gel (see not gunk) on your index finger, rub it in between your thumb and finger and then apply around your nostrils. Yep that simple! It traps the pollen in the gel and you will stop those tiny little buggers getting up your nose. You don’t have to continue with your tablets if you don’t want to, but I found the tablets helped minimise my other symptons like my itchy runny eyes.

So there you have it – how to stop sneezing – take one-a-day tablets and use Nasal Guard Allergie Block to help even further. I’d love to know how you get on with it below!

NasalGuard AllergieBLOCK® is £11.99 for 150 applications and available at selected Boots, Superdrug & Sainsbury’s stores and Alliance Pharmacies.

For more information on AllergieBLOCK or to watch a video demonstration, visit www.AllergieBlock.co.uk

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