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Home > Quick Fix For Allergy Sufferers
Quick Fix For Allergy Sufferers
by Dave Foreman
According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America website (www.aafa.org), "an estimated 50 million Americans suffer from all types of allergies (1 in 5 Americans)." Most people link allergies to certain seasons such as spring and fall. Recently though, allergies are a year-round problem. The usual triggers are foods (yes, foods), dust mite particles, animal dander, pollen, mold and yeast. Exposure can then lead to symptoms such as coughing, sneezing, runny nose, wheezing, asthma and sinusitis.
1. Reduce the stress on your immune system
a.Exposure to certain food groups can trigger your allergy symptoms. Get tested (E.L.I.S.A) to find out what you might be highly sensitive to, and then remove it from your diet. This will have a dramatic change on your sinus problems. Top 4 trigger foods are: gluten (wheat, barley and rye), eggs, dairy and soy.
2. Use dietary supplements
a.Ingredients such as Butterbur (Petadolex®), Rosmarinic Acid, Nettle, Horseradish, Eyebright and Bromelain can all help reduce either your stuffy or runny nose issues.
b.Look for Combination products such as: Life Extension's Butterbur Allergy, Nature's Plus Aller-7-Rx-Respiration, Source Natural's Allercetin Allergy & Sinus, Boiron's Sabadil (Allergy), and Hyland's Sinus Tablets.
The best approach is to combine these two tips for guaranteed results. Decreasing the stress on your immune system while using supplements to support a health respiratory system and immune system are the 1-2 punch you need.