Raise your hands if your allergy suffering levels rise during springtime. Keep those hands up if you would like alternatives to taking prescription drugs. You can even raise them if you know someone who is experiencing one or wanting the other. You are reading the right blog then, because you will either be able to get more help personally or assist someone else who needs it.
If you live in anyone of these California cities [ San Francisco, Modesto, San Jose, Bakersfield, Riverside, Stockton, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Fresno, Oxnard,San Diego ] does it appear to you that your sinus allergies flair up more often than before? Well I can assure you, you aren’t imagining it especially if your allergies are airborne driven. They are flairing up more – these are top listed U.S. cities for springtime allergies.
What maybe be increasing your symptons? Global climate change maybe one culprit. Richard W. Honsinger, MD, an allergist in Los Alamos, N.M., and a clinical professor of medicine at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine says that from February to June native trees cause the most allergy problems. Also higher carbon dioxide, a by-product of air pollution causes an increase in ragweed which due to these higher levels is happening earlier each year. Oak and walnut trees can be of concern for many too. And guess what? California has them all.
So what can be done to try and help our bodies better cope with the things that causes many of us that runny or stuffy nose problem, itchy watery eyes problem and sneezing problems?
You should begin in advance of the allergy season which is right around the corner. You know it as Springtime 2013. Before you begin popping pills, I suggest trying a diet. No, not for losing weight but for building up your body’s natural ability to stave off or minimize sinus/allergy issues. You can begin by eating foods that are known to assist the body in this fight. Parsley, Broccoli, Onions, garlic, elderberries, kale, collard greens, and citrus fruits are just some of the natural ways to help. Remember herbs and foods that have high vitamin C and folic acid also help.
There is an aditional aid that can assist you in advance of and during your preparation for allergy season 2013! I personally use this and it never ceases to astound me! Many call it needIe-less acupuncture. I call it the Pièce De Résistance for Sinus/Allergies! This is a French term for something that is outstanding! This sinus/allergy holographic chip is just that — nothing out there can compare! It uses the principals of acupuncture without being invasive – influencing, adjusting and balancing the energy flow of our bodies. Nothing enters the body (for it is non-transdermal) and it has no side-effects. In this way it helps our body to help itself. This chip is just totally amazing!
Would you like to see the how effective this holographic chip is? A free copy of the double blind placebo test published in the Alternative Therapies Journal, Listed in The Elite Index Medicus can be sent upon request to your email or smart phone.
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Here’s To Your Health,
March 05, 2013
Do you know what U.S. city has the highest pollen count and most OTC allergy medications taken per person? The answer is at the very end of this blog.
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According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) Knoxville, Tennessee has the highest pollen level of any U.S. city. Its daily pollen count is over 300 grains of pollen per cubic meter of air daily. Allergy sufferers there purchase more than two medications each. The national average is one per patient!