Speaking to GQ, David spoke about his hay fever, explaining: "The kids and my wife get it every year but this is the first time I've struggled with it." David was reportedly sniffling and looking red around the eyes during the interview.
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The former athlete spoke about his eyes streaming earlier this month while on a dog walk, but ever resourceful, the father-of-four has a homegrown remedy.
"I'm making my own honey, which they say is one way of reducing the symptoms," he explained.
David has been keeping bees since 2020, with the process of putting together a flat-pack beehive during the pandemic documented by his wife Victoria.
Victoria and all of the Beckham children have hay fever, says David
"David decided to start building beehives," VB said in the video, adding: "Is that your new project darling?" To which David replied: "You'll be very happy when we have our own honey."
Another treatment David could try for his hay fever is acupuncture, which he is already a fan of for exercise recovery. Marmapuncture, a specific type of acupuncture that uses fewer needles, is particularly beneficial for those with hay fever.
David Beckham with his beehives
Marmapuncture helps with hay fever because your reaction to pollen is an immune response - it’s your body’s way of dealing with an irritant. Acupuncture helps balance the body’s energy system and immune response.
Hopefully Victoria and the kids have some advice for David too!
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