Allergies

How to Treat Allergies Without Big Pharma

allergy medications, there are effective natural steps you can take to for treating your allergies this fall … How to Treat Allergies Naturally * Reduce your contact with allergy triggers. This can be tough because most seasonal allergies have airborne triggers, such as pollen. Your best bet for allergy

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Treating Asthma and Allergies Naturally

…many people, so is allergy season. And for those who have asthma, this time of year can be particularly challenging. That’s why I want to tell you about treating asthma and allergies, while also supporting your entire respiratory system. Natural Methods for Treating Allergies and Asthma * Take targeted…

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Clean Up Indoor Air, Improve Your Health

…and tens of thousands of heart disease deaths each year in nonsmoking adults. It also contains strong irritants that worsen symptoms of asthma and allergies and increase the risk of ear and respiratory tract infections in children. Next, reduce your exposure to volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Hang dry…

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5 Signs of Hidden Health Problems

…Excessive iron levels are a risk factor for heart problems and other conditions. Burning mouth syndrome may also be caused by neuropathy (nerve damage), allergies, insulin resistance, or thyroid disorders, so if symptoms persist, see your doctor. * Diagonal creases in earlobes can signal increased risk of heart…

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Preventing Asthma Attacks Naturally

…or air pollution. Flare-ups can also be caused by an allergic response, most commonly to airborne pollen, pet dander, dust mites, etc., but food allergies can also cause exacerbations. Step Two for Preventing Asthma Attacks: Beef Up Your Nutritional Regimen The next step is to beef up your nutritional…

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Natural Treatment for Glaucoma

…just now becoming available in the U.S. You can find it in some health-food stores and online. * Could allergies be the culprit? Less commonly known is the relationship between glaucoma and allergies. In one study, 113 patients were either given allergenic foods or exposed to environmental allergens.…

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5 Spring Health Tips

…tips you can make the most of the season. Spring Health Tip #1: Use Natural Allergy Remedies Every spring, millions of people sniffle and sneeze their way through a world suddenly bursting with pollen. Although plenty of allergy drugs are available to help ease the symptoms, most of them either cause drowsiness…

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Four Easy Ways to Stop IBS

…are several better, natural ways to treat IBS: 1) Examine your diet: About two-thirds of people with IBS have at least one food allergy, and some have multiple allergies. The most common allergens are dairy products and grains. Identifying and eliminating these “triggers” will often provide significant…

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Preventing Migraines

…my newsletter and told me that once he started taking daily doses of magnesium, his symptoms of migraines essentially stopped. * Check for food allergies. Several food sensitivities can cause migraines. Common culprits include milk, wheat, food additives, aspartame (Nutrasweet, Equal), tomatoes and…

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Reap the Benefits of Glutathione

…effective that it’s used in emergency rooms to treat acetaminophen (Tylenol) poisoning and to thin mucus in the lungs. (NAC is also effective for allergies, memory loss, and Parkinson’s disease.) Alpha lipoic acid also ramps up glutathione synthesis and significantly enhances detoxification, and we…

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