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Hay fever Treatment Tilbury
Most commonly known for its docks, Tilbury is a small town in the borough of Thurrock, Essex.
Tilbury is a bustling area where the major landmarks are the docks, a cruise-ship landing stage, and the Tilbury Power Station. Historically, it is known for its 16th century fort and an ancient cross-river ferry port, being a longstanding and important communications and trading link.
As well as the popular historic and religious landmarks; with churches, convents and synagogues, Tilbury also boasts many local businesses.
With excellent transport links in and out of the city, Tilbury is home to 2 C2C railway stations; Tilbury Town and East Tilbury. Closest to our clinic site is East Tilbury, which is on the C2C (London, Tilbury and Southend) rail route, providing services from London Fenchurch Street, West Ham and Southend.
Our private allergy clinic for hay fever is just a 12-minute walk from the station and an even shorter walking journey, if accessed via bus 374, dropping you a slight 7 minutes away.
Hay Fever Treatment Tilbury
Hay fever is usually worse between late March and September, especially when it’s warm, humid and windy. This is when the pollen count is at its highest. The NHS lists the most common hay fever symptoms as:
- sneezing and coughing
- a runny or blocked nose
- itchy, red or watery eyes
- itchy throat, mouth, nose and ears
- loss of smell
- pain around your temples and forehead
- feeling tired
Additionally, if you also suffer with asthma, you might also experience:
- a tight feeling in your chest
- shortness of breath
- wheezing and/or coughing
Treatment for hayfever is recommended for anyone who is persistently suffering with the above symptoms and is looking for long-term relief that could potentially last the whole season.
Before we put a treatment plan in place, all patients must have a consultation with one of our clinicians.
During The Consultation
We will discuss the treatment plans with you and determine which solution would suit you.
After The Treatment
After you have received the treatment, there is a potential follow up after. This will depend on the level of severity of your symptoms.
What are the non-medical treatments for hay fever?
- Stay indoors on high pollen count days.
- Reduce bare skin as much as possible – the allergy can be made worse by pollen on the skin – not just the nose, eyes & mouth.
- Have frequent showers to wash any pollen off the skin.
When is the best time to get the Hay Fever treatment?
Pollen peaks predominately during March to September, getting the treatment ahead of time is beneficial for suppressing the inflammatory cell response before they are provoked.
How Do I Book Treatment At The Clinic In Tilbury?
To book here at the allergy clinic in Tilbury, please fill out the booking form so that we can fit you in at your preferred date and time.