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Hayfever and its connection to gut health

Seasonal allergic rhinitis (also known as hay fever) With the arrival of Spring we see an increase in people experiencing seasonal allergy symptoms. Symptoms such as sneezing, nasal congestion, and runny nose. Others experience itchy eyes, the roof of the mouth, and throat. For many people, spring is also the annual trigger of asthma. These symptoms can feel quite debilitating and vary in severity for each person. A 2017-2018 National Health Survey conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics found 19% of Australians (nearly 1 in 5 and more than 4.6 million) had allergic rhinitis, with a higher rate in women than men. What is happening? Your immune system is having an inflammatory overre


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