When used long-term, antihistamines dry out not only your mucous membranes, but also your brain.
It’s time to say goodbye to sneezing, sinus pressure, congestion, and itchy, watery eyes. “There are two ways to approach a seasonal allergy, managing symptoms and underlying causes,” says Chad Larson, ND, a naturopathic doctor in private practice in Solano.allergies
Four simple strategies for avoiding and relieving symptoms. My daughter keeps having reactions to foods labeled “allergen-free”—and she’s developing new food allergies to foods she never was sensitive to before! Is there anything I can do with her diet?allergies
Do conventional antihistamines leave you feeling sluggish and muddled? This allergy season, give these homeopathic remedies a try. Hay fever, allergies, rhinitis. Whatever you call it, seasonal allergies can make you miserable.allergies
Have no fear! These holiday delights are good enough to serve to guests—and safe enough to savor if you or someone you love has a food allergy or dietary restriction From iced gingerbread cookies at the office potluck to Aunt Sally’s homemade fudge, the holiday baking season is here, and the options for blowing your daily caloric quota are endless. If you have a food…allergies