Remedies For Allergies

There are many types of allergies that people suffer from and many remedies for allergies.

These allergies can include; allergies to dust and pollen, to animal dander, and to certain types of foods. The most common symptoms of an allergy are a runny nose, watery itchy eyes, sneezing, headaches, and nausea.

Skin Health Hub Food Allergies Remedies For AllergiesThe news is not all bad though and thankfully there are many very effective home remedies for allergies that you can use to manage and relieve your symptoms.

When used, these home remedies may even help decrease your reliance on expensive and side effect heavy prescribed medicines plus help you get rid of your allergies.

Home Remedies For Allergies:

1. Take Vitamin E
Vitamin E helps increase your body’s ability to fight off allergens.

2. Castor Oil
Add a few drops of castor oil to a half cup of juice or water to help alleviate your allergy.

3. Bleach
Use a solution of bleach/water when cleaning any areas of your home that tends to get damp. This can help eliminate the growth of mould – is a prime cause of allergies.

4. Pet care
Keep your pets bathed and brushed so they drop less of their coat. Also make sure your sleeping area is a pet free zone.

5. Control Dust
Try to dust the surfaces in your home using cleaning cloth accessories that will capture dust and avoid stirring up dust particles.

7. Floor Surfaces
If possible replace carpets with wood or tile flooring. Keep carpets and rugs to a minimum as carpets hold dust particles.

8. Purify the air your breathe
Buy an air purifier and make sure to replace the filters frequently.

9. Wash your bedding in hot water
For a restful sleep free from dust and dander make sure to frequently wash all of your bedding in hot water.

10. Seasonal allergies
Whenever you are out working in the yard or cutting the grass you should consider wearing a mask to keep the dust from blowing into your face.

If you are looking for more practical information and ways to relieve your allergy symptoms or even eliminate your allergies altogether you may enjoy reading an eBook entitled: “Life With Food Allergies – 7 Personal Stories” This informative book is written to provide useful information, answer questions, provide helpful advice and tips mostly through the real-life experiences of others who are living life to the full despite their food allergy or food intolerance.

Visit: Skin Health Shop – Allergy Support Products – Life with Food – Allergies – 7 Personal Stories

Use one of the tips we have listed above or purchase our eBook. The important thing is to keep looking and researching until you find the combination that works best for you.

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