The hay fever season lasts between March and September when the number of pollen is at the highest level. It is estimated that one in five people in the United Kingdom suffers from fever symptoms such as itching, nasal discharge, sneezing, headaches and fatigue. Met Office warned that the pollen this weekend will increase to "very high" as temperatures rise, and grass season is the highlight. The Weather Agency produces five-day forecasts with the help of the National Polling and Agrobiology Unit and Pollen UK.
Asthmatics and people with breathing conditions warn that they take special care with the "very high" pollen particles that this weekend will fill the air.
People suffering from fever hay can face weeks of misery with more hot weather that should maintain high levels of pollen at weekends.
How much is the pollen today high?
The number of pollen for the Sabbath is very high in areas such as London, Southeast, Southwest, East England, Wales, West and East Midlands, Northeast and West England, Yorkshire and Humber, and southeast of England and Wales.
Northern England, Northern Ireland and Scotland will have a mild up to high pollen level. By the beginning of the next week, they will be extremely high throughout the UK.
Everyone can develop a feverish fever at any age, though it usually begins with young people.
Colette Harris, head of health counseling at Asthma UK, said: "Given the rise in the rising temperature of pollen, there may be misery for people whose asthma is caused by a feverish fever.
"Pollen in the air triggers an allergic reaction that can ignite people's airways, causing asthma symptoms such as severe breathing, coughing and the worst of life-threatening asthma attacks."
"If you have asthma and you already notice more symptoms of asthma due to plump fever, such as cough, tightened chest or difficulty breathing, be sure to hold your blue inhaler with you all the time."
Unfortunately, there is no cure for inflammation caused by an allergic reaction to pollen particles in the air.
How to relieve the symptoms of feverish fever this weekend:
- Wash linens weekly in hot water
- Always swim and wash your hair before bedtime
- Do not hang out clothes out to dry in places where you can catch the pollen
- When mowing or working outdoors, wear a protective mask
- Avoid peak exposure times, usually between 10 and 16 o'clock
- Be aware of the local number of pollen in your area
- Keep the windows and car windows closed
- Perform thoroughly home cleaning in spring
- Check the bathrooms and other damp areas in your home often due to mold or mildew
- Keep the pets out of the bedroom and turn off the furniture because they can carry the pollen outdoors
You should visit your general practitioner or pharmacist to find out if treatment is needed, such as prescription or antihistamines without a prescription.