Natural Allergy Relief for Seasonal Allergies
Allergy relief from the annoying symptoms of allergies is important any time of the year.
But natural allergy relief is especially important when you're overwhelmed with seasonal allergies during some of the nicest seasons of the year.
And if Fido, Fluffy, fungus or the forsythia season gives you a runny nose, itchy eyes, congestion, sinus problems or sneezing fits, you're not alone. Forty million Americans suffer from airborne and seasonal allergies.
How to Get Allergy Relief Naturally
Seasonal allergies are the result of a weak and faulty immune system's abnormal reaction to a normally harmless substance – pollen. And since allergy medications only mask the symptoms and weaken your immune system even further, natural allergy relief makes good commonsense.
With natural allergy relief, you can still rebuild your immune system.
And a healthy, well-functioning immune system also protects you from colds, flues, infections, viruses and many other illnesses – naturally.
For long term allergy relief from seasonal allergies, you must make healthy dietary and lifestyle changes to heal your immune system. However, it takes time for this immune system repair and allergy cure to kick in.
Natural Allergy Relief from Seasonal Allergies
For immediate seasonal allergy relief, follow these 7 steps.
- Clean out your sinuses daily. Sinus irrigation involves flushing out irritating pollen with saltwater. For best results use a neti pot – a small container with a spout designed for nasal irrigation. This one single step, done once or twice a day can greatly reduce or even entirely eliminate all seasonal allergy symptoms.
- Stay indoors on dry windy days. The best time to go outside is after a good rain. Rain helps clean pollen out of the air.
- Use an air conditioner and filters. Keep windows closed and run air conditioners during allergy seasons. Use a HEPA air filter in your bedroom and vacuum often including a small-particle filter.
- Run a dehumidifier to keep air dry. High humidity causes growth of molds and fungus allergens that contribute to seasonal allergies.
- Replace carpeting with hard flooring. Carpets and drapes collect dust mites, pollen and other allergens. They're especially a problem in bedrooms. Use laminated flooring or other hard materials.
- Delegate lawn and gardening jobs. Mowing the lawn, pulling weeds and other gardening activities stir up seasonal allergy pollens.
- Keep indoor pollen count low. Wash the pollen off your skin, hair and clothing as soon as possible when you come inside. And since pollen clings to pets, banish them from your bed and couch.
More Commonsense Health for you:
List of Healthy Foods for Healthy Eating
How to Boost Your Immune System Health
Why You Need Nutritional Health Supplements
Seasonal Allergy Symptoms & Natural Allergy Relief
You'll also want to sign up to receive our free Common Sense Health Newsletter sent out weekly. This only makes good common sense!
Just enter your email address below:
Posted in: Health Conditions
By Moss Greene Google+
Digg this article!
Email this article