NHS England no longer supports the prescribing of hay fever medicines on the NHS.  Prescribing these readily available medications for hay fever costs the NHS millions every year, adding unnecessary strain to local GP services.


If you do require treatment, a wide range of medications including tablets, nose sprays and eye drops can be purchased from pharmacies and supermarkets without seeing a doctor.  Your local pharmacist can also offer advice on the best treatment for your symptoms.


Top Tips For Hayfever Sufferers

.Shower and change your clothes after you have been outside to wash pollen off

.Use Vaseline around your nose to trap pollen

.Don't dry washing outside to avoid pollen sticking to your clothes 

.Wear wrap-around sunglasses to stop pollen getting into your eyes

.Keep windows and doors shut as much as possible