Hay fever or runny nose? The typical symptoms of an allergy </title>

The typical symptoms of hay fever

  • Sneezing attacks with frequent sneezing in a row
  • Itchy, red and / or watery eyes
  • Swollen eyes until conjunctivitis
  • Strong liquid secretion – "fluent cold"
  • Stuffy nose
  • Itching in the nose, oral mucosa and / or throat
  • fatigue
  • fatigue
  • a headache
  • Coughing up to bronchitis – in the worst case, asthma
  • Only seasonal symptoms

If there is any suspicion of an allergy, go to the doctor or the allergic center to clarify this through specific tests. If an allergy is not treated, it can gradually get worse and, among other things, lead to severe asthma. Young children often can not pinpoint their complaints, so it's a good idea to pay attention to the following:

The typical symptoms of hay fever of children

  • Changed voice through the stuffy nose
  • Breathing through the mouth
  • Frequent scratching on the nose
  • Frequent sniffing
  • Snoring in the night
  • Increased thirst after sleeping
  • Glued eyes
  • Frequent rubbing of the eyes