Sneezing, wheezing, coughing, running nose, itchy eyes, rashes and headaches.
Sounds like a new rendition of “Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,” the beginning of an anti-histamine commercial or your allergy symptoms if you are one of the many unfortunate souls plagued by allergies.
One way to reduce allergic symptoms is to clean up your home by starting with the following six simple strategies:
- Marisa Pellegrini, ND, is a naturopathic physician and resident at Bastyr Center for Natural Health, the teaching clinic of Bastyr University. Call 206-834-4100 to schedule an appointment.
Jamey Wallace, chief medical officer at Bastyr University, offered some ideas of what we can do to reduce our risk of contracting the bacteria when using neti pots.
At Bastyr we believe that a healthy planet and a healthy you are interdependent.
When inflammation is ongoing and becomes chronic, it can contribute to many health conditions such as diabetes and digestive pain.
Over one hundred million Americans are estimated to either be on a blood pressure medication or have blood pressures above 130/80 mmHg. There are many non-pharmaceutical lifestyle approaches – including diet, exercise, weight loss, stress-reduction techniques, herbs and supplements – that can be used to successfully prevent and treat high blood pressure.