These simple tips can help provide relief from seasonal allergies so you can enjoy spring again.
The sun has come out earlier in Seattle this year, which presents a great opportunity to get outside and be active. However with the increased sunshine comes higher pollen counts and increased suffering for those with seasonal allergies.
More than 35 million Americans suffer from seasonal allergies, and the itchy, watery eyes, sneezing and runny nose can sometimes be unbearable. Fortunately, there are many natural approaches to seasonal allergies that are safe and effective, and can help get you back outside and adventuring in no time:
All of these things can help reduce your allergen burden at home, potentially improving your symptoms greatly without natural or pharmaceutical medication.
These are just a few ways to improve your seasonal allergy symptoms naturally. As always, for a more thorough evaluation and individualized recommendations, contact your doctor. Spring forward into a season of allergen relief, and enjoy all the activities our warmer seasons bring us.
— Geoffrey Bender, ND, resident at Bastyr Center for Natural Health.
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