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Seasonal Allergies: Natural Ways for Allergy Relief

The beautiful spring season has arrived with seasonal allergies. Some of the seasonal allergies can severely harm allergy sufferers. Read on to discover the natural ways for allergy relief.

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Seasonal Allergies: Natural Ways for Allergy Relief

Spring is here with its full colors. Allergy season is in full swing. All the grasses, plants and flowers release their minuscule pollen grains which enter nostrils and act as irritants. Seasonal allergies also come along with Spring's colorful riot of flowers and birds. But it is a hell this otherwise lovely season brings in its wake for allergy sufferers. Seasonal allergies can overcome these sufferers.

The twin dangers of pollen and mold can wreak havoc on the immune system of someone who is supersensitive to their influence. The symptoms are very familiar: sneezing, wheezing, itching, watery eyes and runny nose. When you come to look at it, an allergy is an extraordinary reaction to an ordinary stimulus.

Be it dust, pet dander or any food or chemical in the environment. All allergies have one thing in common: the release of histamine by the body. That is why people rush to the drug stores for some antihistamine medication. It will clear up that stuffy nose, get rid of the malaise as well as end all the symptoms of Hay Fever.

Therefore, the best defense is offense. Take all the necessary precautions to be on guard against the seasonal allergens that pollute the environment. Among the symptoms triggered by both pollen and mold include: mucous in nasal passageways, inflamed air tubes, irritated throat, persistent coughing and finally asthmatic behavior. And the irony is that exercise only adds to the complications.

One of the best methods of beating seasonal allergies is to know what causes your body to react in such an extreme manner. The next step is to completely avoid that particular allergen. A brief visit to a doctor may identify the allergy-causing agent. And then you can get the problem treated.  

Allergies are one of the commonest illnesses and over 50 million people catch them each year in the United States alone. Their cure ought to be more in accordance with Nature since allopathic nostrums have nasty side effects. 

Rather than overwhelm the body beautiful with all sorts of medications, why not seek a Nature cure. There are a ton of home remedies for allergies. From fresh raw fruits and vegetables that boost the immune system to chicken soup, the list just goes on and on. 

Here are seven natural ways for allergy relief that won’t fail you and will have you back on your feet in no time:

1. Apple Cider Vinegar: Just mix a teaspoon in an ordinary glass of water and drink up during morning, afternoon and evening times.

2. Steam Bath: Use some Vicks VapoRub in hot water. Inhale the vapors with a towel hung over your head. 

3. Quercetin: Find a supplement containing this bioflavonoid. Your symptoms will vanish in no time. 

4. Yogurt with Probiotics: This combination will boost the good bacteria in your biological system. 

5. Nettle Leaf: An infusion of this makes for a hot cup of tea that will relieve any signs of uptightness due to allergy.

6. Raw Unprocessed Honey: The best of the best foods to fight the sniffles and “ah-choos”…the sweet nectar from beehives is an ideal dispeller of dis-ease. 

7. Dietary Reform: A final method of beating the Big A at its own game is to remove all dairy products and refined carbohydrates from your diet. The majority of human beings are allergic to them.  

Source: WellnessMama , WebMD

 

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