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Allergy season is here and in full effect in California. My youngest son and I seem to get it the worst out of everyone else. With the presence/onset of allergy symptoms, it’s hard to enjoy such a beautiful time outside.
Because I don’t like to be stuck indoors, I have tried a few things to help relieve some of that allergy discomfort. Here are my top 5 go-to remedies.
- Spring Clean The Home-
This may seem like a no brainer, but making sure to dust, vacuum and de-clutter your home can help reduce allergies and get rid of the nasty dust lingering in your home.
- Eat Spicy Foods-
To help keep things clear up during high pollen counts, add some horseradish, chili peppers or hot mustard to your foods. This will act as a natural, temporary decongestant.
- Try Essential Oils-
The best essential oils for allergies are lavender, Lemon and Peppermint. You can use these oils on their own or by combining all three.
- Where Spring Appropriate Clothing-
It may seem silly, but by keeping on sunglasses and a wide-brimmed hat while outside it will help keep pollen from blowing into your eyes and making them itchy and watery.
- When Allergies Strike, Try Flonase-
Not only is this nasal spray easy to use, it offers relief from itchy water eyes, and gives you relief from nasal congestion, runny nose, and sneezing for 24 hours.
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