What is Hay Fever?
What Causes Hay Fever?
When one inhales dust, pollen or other such particles, the immune system treats them as dangerous foreign substances, causing the body to release histamine and leukotrienes, which inflame parts of the nasal passage, eyelids and can trigger sneezing.
All these symptoms are meant to protect one’s body by either trapping or expelling the allergen. At times, the closure of nasal passages may block sinus drainage openings, causing sinusitis.
Treatment for Hay Fever in Geelong
Hay Fever treatment is best managed with prevention. There are some effective measures you can take early on before spring arrives that can prevent later hay fever outbreaks. You can learn about these in my free online program for hay fever.
Once spring has arrived, if one is aware that they are allergic to seasonal pollen, they can try to reduce outdoor activities at that time of the year.
Bowen Therapy can also be used to relieve hay fever. Some researchers have found that the nervous system may play a significant role in hay fever sufferers. This may help explain how the Bowen Technique, which works with the fascia and nerves of the body, can help relieve hay fever symptoms.
Often clients have reported substantially reduced hay fever symptoms after Bowen Therapy treatments, and in some severe cases, Bowen has helped to make life a lot more comfortable, especially for those whom have had limited relief from medications.
You can read Reviews from Louis's clients here, or Book Online here for a Hay Fever Treatment in Geelong using Bowen Therapy..