Understanding your hayfever
Hayfever is caused by an allergic reaction to airborne allergens, such as pollen,
dust mites, mould spores and animal dander. Also called allergic rhinitis, hayfever
can affect both the nose and the eyes.2
If you have hayfever, you can develop symptoms immediately when you are
exposed to an allergen. Common symptoms include:2,3
Hayfever symptoms can be mild, moderate or severe, and not everyone will respond to triggers the same way. It is important to understand your triggers and make note of your symptoms so you can find appropriate treatment options.
Hayfever symptoms can sometimes be confused with a common cold, check out this page to find out if you have hayfever or a cold