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    June 11, 2014
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    August 7, 2020

How to Fight Allergies Naturally


If you’re dealing with allergies, you’re likely tired of constantly going to the doctor for the same issue. You’ll probably end up getting recommendations – or even prescriptions – that you may not want to put in your body on a frequent basis. If you’re striving for healthy living, you can use these natural DIY ways to soothe your allergy symptoms.

Use Homeopathic Supplements 

Some supplements are great for both allergy relief and healthy living in general. For example, vitamin C can soothe your runny nose and watery eyes. Another natural way to treat allergies is to take butterbur, which is a perennial plant. This herb features chemicals that can reduce inflammation without causing drowsiness like many antihistamines do.

You can also take probiotics as a DIY way to improve your immunity overall. You may be able to get rid of the underlying cause of your allergies, along with other health problems that can be caused by an imbalance of bacteria in the body with probiotics. Acidophilus is one type of probiotic you can take, or you can simply choose a multi-strain probiotic.

Improve Your Diet 

Make sure you eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. More specifically, try to eat at least one serving with every meal. Studies have found that onions, grapes, apples, tomatoes, and oranges have all had positive effects on allergies. And of course, these foods are crucial for healthy living anyway. Their ability to relieve allergies is just a bonus.

Even simply drinking more fluids can help soothe your allergy symptoms, such as post-nasal drip. Increasing your intake of water, juice, or tea will thin your mucus and give you some relief from your allergies.

Keep Allergens at Bay

If you want to reduce your chance of dealing with allergies at all, you can start by keeping allergens away from you. For example, when pollen is particularly rampant in your area, make sure your doors and windows are shut all the way. When you have to go outside, as you come into the house, it’s important that you change your clothes, leave your shoes outside or by the door, and take a shower to keep allergens out of your house.

You can also use specialty air filters that are meant to remove allergens from the air in your home. These are called high-efficiency particulate air, or HEPA, filters. They can clear the air of dust, dander, and many other allergens in your house. When you combine this type of filter with these other DIY tips, you’ll start to see a difference in your allergies.

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