Spring Allergy Symptoms: How to Avoid Them

Spring Allergy Symptoms: How to Avoid Them

Managing Your Spring Allergy Symptoms | AllergyBuyersClub

Managing Your Spring Allergy Symptoms | AllergyBuyersClub

5 Natural Ways to Combat Spring Allergy Symptoms

5 Natural Ways to Combat Spring Allergy Symptoms

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Spring is on its way and that means spring allergies are sneaking up on us too. I’m already starting to feel the itchy eyes and runny nose creep in so I decided to make up my own batch of allergy soothing bath salts for the spring season. Also, be sure to check out my favorite on-the-go remedy, Allergy Relief Oil Blend. This recipe is both simple and effective when it comes to calming allergy symptoms. The blend of lavender, lemon and peppermint essential oils together creates a natur...

Spring is on its way and that means spring allergies are sneaking up on us too. I’m already starting to feel the itchy eyes and runny nose creep in so I decided to make up my own batch of allergy soothing bath salts for the spring season. Also, be sure to check out my favorite on-the-go remedy, Allergy Relief Oil Blend. This recipe is both simple and effective when it comes to calming allergy symptoms. The blend of lavender, lemon and peppermint essential oils together creates a natur...

Tips for dealing with allergies  -Take a anti-histamine  - Buy Chloraseptic Allergen Block ($15 for 150 applications, drugstore.com) is a clear gel you apply to the outside of your nostrils. "The gel attracts the particles and then traps them before they can enter your nose," says allergist Paul Ratner, M.D.  -Allergy testing/shots

Tips for dealing with allergies -Take a anti-histamine - Buy Chloraseptic Allergen Block ($15 for 150 applications, drugstore.com) is a clear gel you apply to the outside of your nostrils. "The gel attracts the particles and then traps them before they can enter your nose," says allergist Paul Ratner, M.D. -Allergy testing/shots

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