Science confirms: The cure to all pollen allergies is here – lots of sex

Having allergies can be hard. I remember that last year it was pretty mild, but this year will have the strongest pollen boom in the last 45 years, according to experts.

Those who suffer from hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis, need to take advantage of all the remedies available. Everyone wants to avoid, as much as possible, a snotty nose and red eyes. It’s quite annoying, you never get used to the symptoms – and as an allergic person, watching everyone unaffected around me makes me quite jealous.

On the other hand, before the pollen season arrives, there is a fantastic piece of news for all my allergies ridden fellows!

Spring is here, but the heat hasn’t really come yet. In the next few months, however, we can expect the temperature to rise more and more. And along with it, the pollen levels will drastically boom – 2019 is expected to be on of the toughest year for all allergic people.

Constricts the blood vessels

However, in a new study, researchers at the Tabriz Medical University in Iran, have found that sex can reduce the symptoms of pollen allergies, according to the British site Heart. So if you want to stop sneezing faster – grab your partner and dive in between the sheets!

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According to the study, which the Daily Star and The Mirror also reported on, sex causes blood vessels in nasal passages to constrict, helping to clear blocked noses – and dry up runny eyes.

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However, having sex, while the most pleasant remedy, only helps to alleviate some of the symptoms. Allergic people should stick to solutions that are more helpful. However, sex sounds like a good complement.

More beneficial to men

After all, it is a pretty good thing!

Max Wiseberg, an expert on airborne allergy sufferers, told Heart:

“Pollen levels are set to rise this week so people with hay fever should be prepared to prevent the onset of unpleasant symptoms.

“There is also research which suggests that sex could help with the symptoms, so that may be something to consider although there may be some practical issues around timing and locations.

“However there is probably not a more pleasant way to deal with the symptoms of hay fever.”

There is, unfortunately, a small catch – especially for women. The symptom-reducing benefits linked to sex are mainly linked to ejaculation. This means that men have a greater chance of experiencing a positive effect on their allergies than women, according to the study.

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Reduced pollen symptoms and more sex – I’m sold!

Don’t be lazy now, make a heroic effort and SHARE this important information to all your allergic friends! It will definitely be appreciated!