Breathe Easy With Natural Allergy Remedies

How to beat seasonal allergies naturally

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Got the sniffles? You’re not alone. Seasonal allergies affect more than 26 million Americans causing many people to stay indoors during the most beautiful time of the year. Interested in some all-natural remedies to fight allergy symptoms? Discover five easy ways to beat allergies naturally.

Beat Seasonal Allergies

Allergies can cause a range of uncomfortable symptoms including coughing, sneezing, wheezing, watery eyes, itchy skin and even fatigue and irritability. If you suspect you have allergies, take time to visit your physician and get tested to find out what you are allergic to. A simple skin prick test can determine whether you have seasonal allergies to grass, pollen and trees or if you have indoor allergies to mold, dust and yeast.

Homeopathic remedies

Aaa-choo! Don’t let allergies get you down. Homeopathic remedies for allergies are extremely effective for providing symptomatic relief without unwanted side effects. They are also available for very specific allergies such as grass pollen, tree pollen and hay fever. BioAllers has an excellent selection of homeopathic remedies that helps strengthen your immune system to fight allergies. Just take 10-15 drops under your tongue up to three times a day for fast allergy relief.

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This bioflavonoid found in many foods has powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-histamine properties which help to relieve the symptoms of allergies naturally. You can bump up your intake of foods naturally high in quercetin like berries, citrus fruits, onions, apples, red grapes, parsley, green tea, black tea, tomatoes, broccoli, lettuce and wine or you can take a quercetin supplement during allergy season.

Chiropractic care

Chiropractic adjustments help to keep the nervous system functioning its best which in turn boosts the immune system to fight allergies. Removing stress from the nervous system by correcting spinal subluxations has been shown to improve the body’s immune response to allergens in the environment and reduce allergy symptoms.

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Local honey

Get the buzz on how to use local honey to fight seasonal allergies! Bees collect pollen from plants to make honey. When you eat local honey, you will be ingesting small particles of pollen from plants that cause seasonal allergies in your area. Similar to allergy immunotherapy injections, eating local honey can help you build up resistance to the very allergens that are causing you to cough and sneeze. One spoonful a day can help keep allergies at bay.

Neti pot

When you breathe in, allergens get trapped in your nostrils which can set off a trail of uncomfortable symptoms. Rinsing your nose with a neti pot has been proven to be a very effective way to keep your nose free of allergens and also to ward off sinus infections. Not sure how to begin? Just fill the neti pot with one cup lukewarm water mixed with a fourth teaspoon of non-iodized pure salt. Gently flush your nose by pouring the water into one nostril and letting it drip out the other. It might feel a little weird at first, but once you see the effects, it won’t be long before you are hooked on neti pots!

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