Fall is here. So are the beautiful pictures with colorful trees and ground covered with yellow leaves. But a health concern may start along with this nice postcard-photo scene: allergies.
The fall season normally brings back the allergy symptoms which may affect large segments of the population. The leafy trees can activate miserable sneezing attacks, itchy and running nose and watery eyes.
Allergies normally occur when a substance such as dust or pollen enters the human body creating a malfunction of the immune system.
This allergen is generally something which can be eaten or inhaled but the simple contact with the skin may cause an allergic reaction to some people.
But allergies can be prevented and treated. The first step is to find out what may trigger allergies for you.
Cleaning up your environment is an important part of the plan. Your room, living room, kitchen and bathroom should be cleaned frequently avoiding dust and mold. Get rid of old rugs and pillows; perhaps get an air purifier.
Don’t forget to clean your workplace and your car (if you drive) and any place you spend time on a daily basis.
Change your diet. Try eating high fiber foods as well as fruits high in vitamin C, such as oranges broccoli, tomatoes, mangoes and papayas. Also, get a water filter and drink plenty of pure water.
Finally, you may want to add an immune system supplement, providing daily extra vitamin C with bioflavonoid.
A couple easy changes can quickly improve the way your immune system responds to allergies.
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