Hay Fever Dragging Your Exam Grades Down?

Hay Fever Dragging Your Exam Grades Down?

It’s the time of year where students of all ages are inundated with studying timetables and exams.

1 in 5 people in the UK suffer from Hay Fever, so exams in May and June are highly inconvenient! But did you know that due to the onslaught of symptoms brought on by hay fever, students are 40% more likely to drop a grade!  This percentage is increased to 70% if they are taking antihistamine treatments which sedate.


So students have been left with the choice; to take their medication, and risk the drowsy effects with it; or to take nothing and feel the full on force of hay fever, with sneezing, coughing, itching and watering eyes.

Not exactly an easy decision.


There is a third option.  By taking alternative precautions in the run up to, and during exam period, that are natural, and without negative side effects, hay fever sufferers won’t have to  be hindered with their allergy Achilles heel.

HayMax offer a balm, which has completely natural products, that is applied to the nostrils to stop any allergens entering your systems, thereby negating any side effects brought on by hay fever, or indeed the hay fever medication.

The Bio-Life Air Cleanse and Fabri Cleanse sprays are perfect for treating rooms that those are studying in to create the perfect atmosphere.

With a full hay fever range, including air purifiers, nasal sprays, vapour sticks and steamers; the Allersafe site offers plenty of alternatives to suit everyone’s needs come exam season.



5 thoughts on “Hay Fever Dragging Your Exam Grades Down?

  1. two types bronchial asthma & cardiac asthma. In
    ur case it is an hypersensitive reaction, the basophill bursts & realease a chemical & it constricts the
    broncii thus u feel breathless

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