How to make the Most out of Allergy Season

How to make the most of allergy seasonDon’t let the spring season send you into hiding just because you suffer from allergies! There are numerous ways you can manage your allergies and still enjoy the beautiful weather and the best Mother Nature has to offer. There are countless allergy prescriptions and over-the-counter medicines you can take, but there are also all-natural ways to help manage your allergy symptoms.

Here are six helpful ways for you to make the most out of this allergy season:

1. Irrigating the Nose with a Salt Water Solution

Many allergy suffers have issues breathing because their noses are filled with allergens. By irrigating your nose with a salt water mixture (teaspoon of salt with a cup of warm water), it will soothe upper respiratory allergies by removing the irritants that have become lodged inside of your nose. By doing this cleansing daily, you will be able to breathe better no matter what allergens are in the air.

2. Drink Peppermint Tea

Peppermint tea’s health benefits extend well beyond its delicious aroma and digestive properties. Mint flavored teas are natural decongestants and many allergy sufferers have turned to hot tea to provide relief for clogged-up noses and irritated mucous membranes. The essential oils will clear your sinuses and the peppermint in the tea contains anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.

3. Run a Dehumidifier in your Home

Dehumidifiers are a powerful method for reducing the effects of allergy season. They control overly humid environments that can breed bacteria, dust mites, and other harmful allergens like mold. All of these factors can trigger an allergy attack. These handy devices work by extracting moisture from the air, which is collected in a receptacle, drained through a gravity hose, or pumped out using a condensate pump. This will leave the air in your home fresh and allergen-free.

4. Take a Warm Shower

If you have spent significant time outdoors during allergy season, make sure to wash your hair to remove any pollen once you come inside. Sticky yellow pollen that has collect in your hair can easier fall into your eyes and cause them to water. If you wake up in the middle of the night coughing and sneezing, a hot shower will help to rid your body of the allergens and relax you back to sleep.

5. Wear sunglasses outdoors

Protecting your eyes from allergens by wearing sunglasses outdoors and by rinsing your eyes when you come inside will both have a positive effect on your symptoms. These simple tricks will significant reduce itchy and watery eyes by keeping them free from pesky pollen.

6. Butterbar Root Extract Supplements

Butterbur root extract supplements work as a leukotriene inhibitor that blocks some chemicals that are known to trigger swelling inside the nasal passages. Research has shown that extracts of butterbur root are just as effective at relieving nasal symptoms as prescription drugs like Zyrtec and Allegra. Butterbur root also has the advantage of not causing drowsiness like so many prescription allergy products.

You will survive allergy season by cleansing your nose with a salt water solution, drinking peppermint tea, running a dehumidifier, taking warm showers, wearing sunglasses, and taking a butterbar root extract supplement daily. If all of these methods are combined, you will be able to make the most out of allergy season.

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