child with hayfever

Wheezing triggered by hayfever is increasingly common in sufferers

Hayfever sufferers have reported suffering worse symptomau this hayfever season after this years’ hot, dry spring. This includes wheezing and rashes, as well as tisian, llygaid dyfrllyd, llygaid cosi, nose, throat and mouth and lethargy.

Wheezing in children is particularly common, affecting around 20 per cent of children up to the age of five. About half of these children are likely to develop asthma. Clefyd y gwair neu rhinitis alergaidd can also trigger gwichian.

Arall allergy triggers include animal hair, some foods including dairy, exposure to smoke and viral infections.

Asthma is an allergic condition a dioddefwyr are more prone to also suffer from other alergeddau gan gynnwys clefyd y gwair, which is a problem during the high pollen season which runs from April-August. Allergies also tend to run in families.

Clefyd y gwair is an alergedd i baill. This manifests in symptomau gan gynnwys itchy or swollen nose, llygaid, face, throat, tisian, llygaid dyfrllyd, syrthni. The dry weather has increased the risk of some seasonal allergies gan gynnwys clefyd y gwair neu rhinitis alergaidd.

Clefyd y gwair Symptomau can also include gwichian, tightness of breath, a a rash including a nettle-like rash.

Things you could try to calm a hayfever induced rash include an antihistamine cream or a lavender based gel (soothing, cooling and calming). There are also many other other homemade and shop bought things to try – see our hay fever guide for more suggestions.