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Seasonal Allergy Relief and How to Manage Allergies


Allergy is the condition when the immune system reacts very aggressively to different substances like certain foods, pollen, grass, dust or medications. Many people suffer from seasonal allergies coming with the change of the season and the growth of the pollen. Regularly each year, you may suffer from congested sinuses, watery and itchy eyes, headaches, fatigue or digestive issues. Before reaching out to the most common medications used in such cases, you can try some natural and non-invasive ways to manage the symptoms.

Allergy types and symptoms

Hay fever or rhinitis comes with a running nose when the season changes and when the pollen is out there. Other allergies are there all year around causing skin or eyes problems. Many people are allergic to pets or insects while others react to foods like nuts, eggs, honey etc. There are also allergies to dust and mold which gets more serious staying indoors. You may find yourself reacting to certain drugs or medications. The symptoms differ from skin rash or redness, dryness and itchiness to swelling tongue or lips, nausea and vomiting. Some people experience abdominal cramps and diarrhea, coughing and sneezing, dizziness and headaches. It is a very good practice to clean thoroughly your nose and sinuses with salty water using a spay in order to get rid of the allergen coming with the air.

coMra therapy

Supporting the healing of the body with a gentle and non-invasive method like coMra therapy can lead to great results in cases of allergy. Universal Treatment 6 – Vitality will awaken the inner abilities of the body to deal with the inflammation and allergic reactions. The cells will receive some help from the laser, magnets and the colorful lights while rebuilding the natural response to triggers coming from the outside. As your body already knows how to heal, you only have to support it in the process providing the best conditions for the recovery.

Anti-inflammatory diet

As there are lots of triggers of allergic reactions like certain foods, gluten, dairy products, eggs, soy etc.,you will need to stick to an anti-inflammatory diet. You can include garlic, lemon, cinnamon, raw honey and probiotics-rich foods to support the healing and recovery process in your body. Coconut milk could be very beneficial too as it is free of dairy, nuts, soy and grains. Eat a diet rich in green leafy vegetables, fresh fruits and whole foods.

Nettle and apple cider vinegar

Stinging nettle is a natural antihistamine which helps with allergic rhinitis or the so called hay fever, with urinary tract infections, joint pain and strains, and with insect bites. It can be used as a diuretic and to heal anemia. It cleanses the blood from heavy metals and toxins supplying the body with iron. Another natural remedy is the apple cider vinegar used to manage the allergy symptoms and to help the digestive system. You can drink some apple cider vinegar or fresh lemon juice diluted in water each morning to support the health of the gut and the stomach.

Essential oils

Some essential oils have anti-inflammatory and antiviral properties like frankincense and eucalyptus oil. You can either inhale them or rub them into the skin. Make sure you test the essential oils on a small part of your skin before rubbing them and always dilute them in base oils like olive, coconut or almond oils. You need to use essential oils on children with delicacy and moderation as children are more sensitive to them.