The spring allergy season is in full swing, and if you haven’t already, it’s time to deal with the onslaught of airborne allergens of many types. Many people are affected by these microscopic allergens, from mild to severe in their reactions. In some folks, these allergies lead to sinus or upper respiratory infections. Minimizing the effects of these allergens on your health will help minimize your chances of secondary infections. Here are some things you can do to minimize your exposure to these allergens:
1. Keep your car’s ventilation system on re-circulate. This will prevent some of the pollen from entering the vehicle. Some cars have a pollen filter. Make sure you change it before and after each pollen season.
2. Change your in-home furnace filters to the HEPA type. Also clean and/or change them often during the pollen season.
3. Purchase a HEPA filtration unit. Let it run continuously during the pollen season.
While the steps mentioned above can really help, it’s difficult to remove yourself from all allergen sources. This is where targeted whole-food nutritional supplements and herbal formulas can help reduce your body’s response to the allergens.
For the really tough cases, the Center for Holistic Health also offers the Advanced Allergy Clearing Technique. Call 404-929-0604 by 5/30/2013 and mention this blog post to receive 50% off a Comprehensive Allergy Assessment. Bless you!
What tip has worked for you in alleviating your allergy suffering? Feel free to leave it in the comments section below.