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17 Hay Fever Life Hacks – Hayfever Cure to Help Fight Your Allergies

Hay Fever Life Hacks to fight your Hay Fever Allergy.

Hay Fever Tips, I have had a bad hayfever allergy for years new. Allergy advice, hay fever cures, hayfever life hacks help me fight hay fever when the allergy season starts. Hayfever allergies can make life miserable, hay fever sneezing, itchy eyes and runny noses we all need hayfever cures, hay fever tips, hay fever tricks and allergy life hacks.

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1)     Take a daily, non-sedating anti-histamine tablet. A range are available from chemists – find the one that works best for you (which may not be the same as the one that works for your best friend!)

2)     Use a steroid nasal spray. These work by preventing inflammation in the nasal passages, but they take several days to take effect – so be patient. They also need to be used regularly, every day, during the hayfever season – and that includes cool rainy days when the pollen count is low.

3)     Anti-inflammatory eye drops can help reduce streaming, itchy eyes. They normally need to be used at least twice a day. All these medications are available directly from chemists, but larger quantities are much cheaper on prescription from your GP.

4)     Track the pollen count! Watch the weather in the mornings and evenings for the following day to see if its low, medium or HIGH and plan accordingly.

5)     The pollen count is at its highest early in the morning and in the evening – so at these times try to stay indoors and keep windows closed.

6)     Pollen can stick to your clothing and your hair. Give your outdoors clothes a good shake before you come indoors, and wash your hair regularly.

7)     Rubbing petroleum jelly at the entrance to your nostrils can help to trap pollen. If you find it greasy, or don't like the smell, alternatives based on beeswax are available.

8)     Sunglasses can help to protect eyes from pollen as well as harmful U-V rays. Wrap around styles are best for hay-fever sufferers.

9)     On hot, dry days, keep windows closed and check your car's air conditioning is fitted with a pollen filter.

10) Steroid tablets taken by mouth can help reduce hayfever symptoms, but side effects mean they are only suitable for those with severe symptoms. However, they can be very useful to get you through a short period of important exams.

11) Pinpoint Your Allergy. The first step in controlling hay fever is to find out what you are allergic to. Maybe you know, from years of hay fever symptoms, that it's tree or grass pollen in the spring, or ragweed in the fall. If you aren't sure, see your physician to help diagnose your allergy.

12) Learn when to hide! Stay Indoors On Bad Pollen/Mold Days. When pollen counts are high, people with severe hay fever symptoms should stay indoors—especially between 5 and 10 in the morning, when pollens are most prevalent. If possible, use an air conditioner, and keep the filters clean to avoid blowing allergens around.

13) PETS! Avoid contact with pets that have been outdoors—they can carry pollen inside. Keep pets out of the bedroom and off of furniture, since they may carry pollen if they have been outdoors.

14) If You Do Go Outdoors, Shower After. If you have hay fever triggered by outdoor allergens, it's important to shower and wash your hair after spending time outside when the pollen count is high—especially before going to bed. Showering helps remove pollen from your skin and hair and can help prevent a night-time allergy attack.

15) Avoid Smoke and Other Irritants. Smoking—as well as second-hand smoke and smoky environments—insect sprays, fresh paint, and other household chemicals can worsen symptoms of hay fever for many people. If you have allergies, it may be helpful to avoid exposure to these pollutants.

16) Keep In Mind that Most Air Purifiers Aren't Helpful. Studies show that air-purifying units have little effect on allergens. Small air cleaners cannot remove dust and pollen, and some types—called electrostatic precipitators—can pollute indoor air with ozone, aggravating allergy symptoms. The best type is the HEPA (high-efficiency particulate arresting) filter.

17) Ask your GP about immunotherapy. This reduces the reaction of the immune system to pollen, but several months of treatment are required, which should be started in the autumn or early winter.

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30 Music Festival Life Hacks 2017 – Festival Tips Survival Guide

Music Festival Tips, Music Festival Life Hacks! Download Festival is looming and Music Festival season is about to start, time for some Festival Life Hacks, Music Festival Survival Guides and Step-by-step Music Festival Help Guides packed with Tricks and Tips. Download Music Festival Tricks, Reading Music Festival Tips, Leeds Music Festival Hacks, Glastonbury, Isle Of White and many many other Music Festivals! – as seen on EDM.com

Music Festival Life Hacks – Heading down to a festival this year? Then you’ll need to be prepared. Here are some of the best hacks – all tried and tested and they could possibly save your summer. 

1. TAKE A BIGGER TENT THAN YOU’LL NEED
Always add a “person” to the size tent you’re taking to your festival. If there’s two of you, get a three-man tent. Why? Because you need to have all your rucksacks, clothes, food and other junk in there with you, which takes up a person’s worth of space.
 
2. DON’T PACK A PILLOW, PACK A PILLOW CASE!
You’ll struggle to fit a pillow into your rucksack, so why bother? You’ll have plenty of clothes with you anyway, so simply stuff the empty pillow case with a nice jumper and Bob’s your uncle.
 
3. WRAP SOME GAFFER TAPE AROUND A WATER BOTTLE
You don’t need to pack a whole roll of the stuff, just enough in case of an unexpected rip/tear/deflation/tent pole snap. A space-saver and a very possible life-saver in an emergency. Photo: ShamelessTraveller.com

4. TAKE A CRAP PHONE – Music Festival Life Hacks
Your iPhone 6 may be great, but chances are it will run out of battery at some point, and charging it will be difficult, so don't rely on it too much. Also, if you drop it down the long drop, you’ll never see it again. So dig out an old phone if you still have one, or buy a cheap one that does the bare minimum: call and text. If you need to browse online while you’re at the festival, you’re doing it wrong.
 
5. INVEST IN A PHONE CHARGER
You don’t want to spend the majority of your weekend queuing with ten thousand people to recharge your dead phone, so why not avoid the fuss? USB battery chargers are now affordable – the higher the milliampere-hours (mAh), the quicker the pack will recharge your device. Or, more expensive are solar power chargers, which won’t run out as long as you can recharge them with sunlight. In a real emergency, wind-up USB chargers are cheap and cheerful. 
 
6. EAT ONE SOLID MEAL A DAY
Raving all day and raving all night takes up a lot of energy, so make sure you eat properly. Ensure you have a substantial dinner with carbs in it before heading out for an all-nighter to keep on ’til dawn. Also, take some cereal bars – they're a cheap breakfast, no milk required… And it saves you paying a tenner for a bacon roll.

7. STASH SOME DRY CLOTHES IF YOU CAN
If you drive and you’re taking a car to the festival, leave a spare pair of jeans and socks in the car, so when you leave after four days of torrential downpour, you'll be warm and snug.
 
8. GET MINIMAL WITH YOUR TOILETRIES
Anything you pack makes for extra weight to be carried or dragged from your house to the festival site, so travelling smartly can be a boon. Don’t take a whole bar of soap, shave off some slivers with a kitchen grater for a “one-wash” wonder. Don’t take a whole tube of toothpaste, squeeze some blobs onto a plate, let them dry over a couple of days and chuck them into a waterproof bag. Photo: Pinterest

9. PACK A MALLET
The amount of times we’ve turned up at a festival and had to try and push our tent pegs into the hard, unforgiving stony ground. You can get a rubber mallet for a few quid at any camping store, or how about this dinky plastic one that allows you to pull the pegs out of the ground with ease, too? 
 
10. SEALABLE SANDWICH BAGS WILL SAVE YOUR STUFF – Music Festival Life Hacks
Put your phone, money and other valuables inside and seal! A life-saver if the festival you’re at turns into a monsoon on day one. Photo: eBay 
 
11. INVEST IN WATER AND BANANAS
One morning you will be worse the wear from alcohol, so you need a cure. You’ll need to re-hydrate (hence the water) and potassium is vital for proper nerve function (hence the bananas). Plus, those bananas will help with the low blood sugar you’ll experience from too much alcohol.
 
12. KEEP A LAYER OF CLOTHING IN RESERVE
No matter how cold you are, there's always potential for it to get colder. An extra hoodie or jumper might bring you relief as you stand and watch the Rinky Dink Bike at 4am in the morning.
 
13. BE A CLEVER CAMPER
Try and get on site as early as you can. The earlier you are, the better spot you can bag. Don’t fret if you arrive later, though – just be prepared to walk further to your campsite. Don’t camp at the bottom of a hill (you can imagine what happens when the rain starts to fall), and be careful you don’t camp too near the Gabba Revival All-Nighter Tent if you want to get some kip. Make sure you don’t pitch downwind of the toilets BUT don’t camp too far away from the lavs in case of an emergency.

14. KNOW YOUR PLACE
Remember where you’ve pitched your tent and its relation to the festival site. Find a decent landmark: a path, a toilet block, a group of gurning lunatics, anything that will be familiar to you when you’re staggering back to your crib at a million o’clock in the morning. Putting a England/Scotland/Wales flag on top of your tent won’t cut it – EVERYONE does that.
 
15. HIDE SOME MONEY IN YOUR PHONE CASE
There are ATMs on site, but queuing for them is a huge waste of your weekend. Don’t assume every stall will take contactless payments! Take what you money you will need, but beware of spending cash on crap – do you really need to buy that sombrero? Wouldn’t food be a better purchase? And don’t keep all your money in the same place, just in case you lose your wallet/bumbag. As an emergency, stash a couple of notes underneath your phone case, (or in the battery case if you have a cheap one).
 
16. PLAN YOUR POCKETS
Keep your essential items in the same pockets, so despite how drunk you get you’ll always remember where your phone or wallet is. And don’t put your phone in your top or back pocket – because you will inevitably lean over and drop it straight into the long drop.
 
17. WET WIPES ARE YOUR BATHROOM NOW
Forget trying to have a proper wash or queuing for a shower, stock up on LOTS of wet wipes and freshen yourself up that way.
 
18. KNOW YOUR TOILETS
The festival toilet is a tricky beast to negotiate, but do not fear it. The long drops may be your idea of hell, but being out in the fresh air, with several feet between you and the pit of human filth is often preferable to being enclosed in a hot and steaming portable toilet. Avoid the toilets near the main stage areas and thoroughfares – they’ll be battered from thousands of people using them and will be RANK. A good tip is to spot which loos have just been cleaned and use them before they go “on the turn”.
 
19. MIND THOSE STINGY HANDS
Contact lens wearer? Always wash your hands before putting your lenses in, because it's more than likely your hands will be covered in anti-bacterial handwash and it'll sting like hell. Dip your fingers in the saline solution you’ve just taken your lenses out of for pain-free eyeballs.
 
20. DON’T WEAR A ONESIE 
It may be utterly chic, but you may have to unbutton it in a portable toilet cubicle in the dark, and nobody wants that. Photo: Amazon
 
21. CREATE YOUR OWN MEETING POINT
If you lose your friends and can’t contact them, work out a way of being spotted from a distance. Get a tent pole or piece of garden cane and tie a flag or distinctive inflatable to the top of it. You’ll soon be spotted by your friends and other people will start using you as a reference point! Option 2 for nighttime use: get a whistle and concoct your own personal “signal”.
 
22. HEAD TORCHES ARE YOUR FRIEND
Because you can pretend you're Orbital in the dance tent and you'll be able to spot those pesky guy ropes on the way back to your tent in a pitch black field. Photo: Amazon
 
23. CREATE YOUR OWN “QUIET SPACE”
Your energy will flag if you don’t get any sleep, so invest in some ear plugs and an eye mask to keep out the noise and the daylight if you’ve had a big night.
 
24. MAKE YOUR OWN SUPER LANTERN – Music Festival Life Hacks
Light up your camping space by strapping a regular head lamp to a large milk or water bottle – hey presto, glowing goodness.
 
25. NACHOS MAKE GREAT KINDLING FOR A CAMPFIRE
It’s true. Any nacho will do, look this guy will show you how.
 
26. REMEMBER THE PINCER MOVEMENT
Use the pincer movement to get nearer to the front of the crowd – go in via the side, it saves you having to barge past 100,000 people, most of whom are probably taller than you. And don’t bother pushing your way to the very front barrier – the sound quality is worse, you’ll have less space to do your thing and will find it’s almost impossible to leave.
 
27. DON’T GO MUD SURFING
You may get your photo in the papers, but you'll be caked in dry shit for days. And it'll get everywhere. Everywhere, we tells yer!

 
28. LEAVE EARLY… OR LEAVE LATE
Make sure you plan your getaway – either pack up and get off the site in the early hours before the masses wake up, or take your time on the Monday and wait for the crowds to thin out. If you go between 7am and 9am, you’ll inevitably get stuck in a bottleneck trying to get through the exit gates.

 
29. YOU WILL MAKE LOTS OF FRIENDS IN THE CAR PARK ON MONDAY…
…if you have a pair of jump leads on you.
 
30. THIS ONE SIMPLE RULE WILL SAVE YOU ANY GRIEF:
Don’t take anything you’re not prepare to lose or damage in some way

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10 Stress Busting Tips | Stress Relief Survival Guide

Stress is a horrible thing and stress can be very bad for your health. I tend to find that my life can be very stressful most of the time with work stress, life stress but thankfully not exam stress now that I am an adult.

However adult life comes with many stressful problems and with that in mind I wanted to share some stress busting, stress relieving stress relief techniques that I have tried and tested over the years.

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20 Tips How To Stay Alive In A Horror Movie | Horror Film Survivor Guide

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All Hallow’s Eve is drawing near and the Halloween Costume Cosplay is about to behind but there is a serious side to all this Halloween Boobs, Sexy Cosplay and Pornographic fun… Horror Movie Killers!!!

Horror Movies and Halloween go hand in hand, and thanks you Wes Craven we have a rough list that count as Rules For Horror Movies. These rules where invented in Scream to help cover most of the good old horror films like Friday the 13th, Nightmare On Elm Street with Freddie Krueger , Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Zombie Holocaust, Halloween with Michael Myers, Dawn Of The Dead, Hell Raiser and many other films of that era.

However, I still cant help watch these horror movies and realise they are still doing the same stupid teen horror movie killer stupid things. That is why I made this HOW TO – A Survival Guide for Surviving In A Horror Movie (20 Tips How To Stay Alive In A Horror Movie | Horror Film Survivor Guide)

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Japanese Condom Cookbook | Including Condom Meat Stuffing | Life Hack?

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There’s a condom cookbook and it’s as weird and gross as you’d imagine – Japanese Condom Cookbook | Including Condom Meat Stuffing

Just when we thought that nothing weirder could come out of Japan, this happened: The condom cookbook.

Yes, you read that right. A cookbook. Centred around condoms.

The book is called Condom Meals I Want To Make For You (we’re thinking it may have lost something in translation), and contains 11 utterly delicious (we assume) recipes.

And thankfully (and this really is a case of being thankful for small mercies) the cookbook uses condoms as a cooking device, rather than suggesting you actually eat them.

So, what culinary delights can you cook with condoms? (No, we can’t believe we just asked that either).

Well according to Kotaku the book features recipes such as condom escargot (that’s snails, people) cooked with butter, condom cookies and condom meat stuffing (no comment).

So yes, on the surface it all sounds pretty ridiculous. But the book actually has a serious side.

According to Nari Nari, Japanese men are the third worst in the world for using condoms, and the book was created to help promote safe sex and demonstrate the durability of condoms.

But still. Meat stuffing… cooked in a condom. LMAO

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