If this time of year is a sore-eyed, sneezy, itchy drag for you, then you’re by no means alone. One in four Britons suffers from hayfever, compared with one in eight in the early 1980s – and, in line with asthma and eczema, allergic hayfever is on the increase. Due to global warming and mild, early springs, not only has the hayfever season extended, pollen counts have also risen dramatically in the past decade. And pesticides and pollution only add to the allergic mix. Homeopath Sue Leach offers a natural alternative to Piriton and Beconase
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