Seed plants produce a large quantity of tiny spores that are airborne. These little spores are the key to pollination but at the same time this fine dust referred to as pollen is also an agitator for those prone to hay fever. The pollen that usually triggers allergies is usually found in anemophillus plants. The spores are extremely light weight and are carried for miles by strong wind currents. In addition, the minute size of the spores allows for easy inhalation carrying the pollen into the respiratory tract as well.
Antihistamines are prescribed in order to bring relief for those with very mild cases of hay fever. What the antihistamine does, is that it prevents a certain process of reactions that occur when an irritation within the nasal passage develops owing to the pollen. The prevention of this process is what reduces the chances of the symptoms of hay fever from developing into a full blown attack.
While medications come with their side effects, prevention is always believed to be better than finding a cure. AOM has many products which are geared to improve the quality of the air one breathes indoors. This would be especially useful among families with members who are prone to allergies such as hay fever. Call us at (632) 3556489 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out how we can help.