Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Natural Recommendations For Allergies

Discover nature's solutions with these natural recommendations for allergies, providing relief through holistic approaches that work in harmony with your body's responses.

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One of the biggest issues that I see in my practice is ALLERGIES!

Due to the increase in rain this past winter, there will be more flowers, trees, and weeds growing, leading to an increase in pollen in the air. Many people retreat inside during this time to prevent breathing in the pollen, without realizing that indoor air pollution can have as large, if not larger, impact on our health. While outdoor allergens include trees, shrubs, flowers, and weeds, indoor allergens can include mold, mites, insects, and animal dander, in addition to outdoor allergens that have made their way inside.

Fortunately, there are many natural therapies that can be used to help relieve the body of typical allergy symptoms including headache, hives, itchy and swollen eyes, sneezing, congestion, coughing, and overall fatigue. There are many natural nutrients and herbs that are very effective at preventing allergies and supporting the body when it is dealing with allergies. They include: stinging nettles, vitamin C, quercetin, bromelain, omega-3, to name just a few.

Finally, one of the easiest things that you can do for your house is to change the air filter for your AC and furnace regularly, at least once every 3 months. Other things to do to reduce indoor air allergens include: getting an air purifier with a HEPA filter, vacuum often, do not wear shoes indoors, minimize the use of candles and wood fires, use exhaust fans in the kitchen, laundry room, and bathroom, do not smoke indoors, and store all cleaning supplies, pesticides, and solvents away from living quarters.

Here is a link to a very comprehensive site that can help determine which air purifiers are best based on your personal needs:

With the introduction of natural supplementation as well as some changes at home, it is possible to reduce allergy symptoms drastically.

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