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Itchy eyes? Sneezing? Here's how you can reduce the symptoms of pollen and grass allergies as well as hay fever - without side effects!

As spring blossoms and summer takes hold, we welcome longer days, sunshine, and an explosion of colors in nature.

However, for those of you struggling with pollen and grass allergies, the arrival of spring and summer can also mean a time of challenges. The feeling of constantly having a cold, fatigue, with a runny nose, itchy eyes, and endless sneezing attacks, can dull the joy of spring and summer.

But what if there was a way to welcome these seasons with open arms, to look forward to them, without the usual allergy troubles?

There are methods that can offer help, and one such method is hypnotherapy through the CE- method (Emotional and Cognitive therapy work).

Itchy eyes? Sneezing? Here's how you can reduce the symptoms of pollen and grass allergies as well as hay fever - without side effects!
Tired of Pollen and hay fever - why not give this a go and be surprised at the positive effect

Pollen and Grass Allergy, Hay Fever

When the grass turns green and the trees bloom, they release pollen that can cause allergic reactions in many people. It is estimated that 10-15% of adults suffer from some form of pollen-related issues.

Pollen allergy, also known as hay fever, occurs when the immune system overreacts to pollen from trees, grass, and weeds.

Grass allergy in particular involves a reaction to pollen from various grass species. Most types of grass bloom during the midst of the summer, and pollen levels are highest during warm, dry days with light wind. If you are sensitive to one type of grass pollen, it is common to react to several varieties. This can lead to allergy symptoms from early spring to late autumn.

Common Symptoms of Pollen Allergy

Symptoms of these allergies include:

  • Runny or stuffy nose

  • Itchy, red, or swollen eyes

  • Sneezing

  • Fatigue and irritability

  • Headache

  • Feeling of being unwell

  • Almost asthma feeling

Cross-Allergy: When food can cause problems

A phenomenon commonly associated with pollen and grass allergies is cross-allergy. This means that if you are allergic to a specific type of pollen, you may also react to certain foods that contain similar protein structures.

Tired of it, what can you do? An alternative solution without side-effects.

Now for the good news: hypnotherapy, especially through the use of the CE method (Cognitive-Emotional), is proving to be a promising therapy method for managing and even reducing allergy symptoms. This method works by restructuring the cognitive and emotional responses that the body has to allergens. The CE method has been developed by  over 15 years and has proven to be very effective.

How can I benefit from this therapy and how does it work?

You can read more about how a session is structured here. In the case of pollen allergies, the session is entirely focused on the allergy itself and consists of several steps.

  • By creating a comfortable state of deep relaxation, the therapy can begin.

  • The therapy starts using hypnotherapy and the CE-method.

  • Among other things, various mental exercises are conducted, and the client's subconscious can then understand and become more receptive to positive suggestions and ideas and ways to handle the immune response.

  • At the end, a mental test is conducted to assess how it feels. Sometimes this is done outdoors on-site, otherwise in a conscious state.

In general, only 2-3 sessions are needed.

A healthy alternative to consider - without side effects!

For those struggling with pollen and grass allergies, hypnotherapy with the CE method offers hope for better days. It is a complementary therapy without side effects that can help change your symptoms and improve your quality of life during spring and summer. If you are interested in trying this method, you are welcome to send a contact or booking request.

Remember, even though spring and summer can be challenging for allergy sufferers, there are strategies and complementary alternative therapies that can help you enjoy these seasons more easily.


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