Drug-Free Allergy Relief
It's about that time of year again: spring, where pollen and spores reign free, and before you know it, your spring fun is interrupted by a persistently runny nose, congested lungs, and watery eyes. Staying inside can help if the pet hair and old dust on the carpet don't bother you.
But if staying indoors doesn't help and the medications only seem to worsen your condition, there are alternatives. More specifically, drug-free options. If you're in the market for some, here are some options you should consider.
A Change in Diet
At Inside-Out, we believe that food is our body’s first defense. Healing begins from the inside out. Many who suffer from seasonal allergies might consider a switch to an alkaline diet.
You'd probably be able to pick out someone suffering from sinus issues a mile away. The red eyes and runny noses are dead giveaways.
Perhaps you're one yourself, and you're getting tired of the constant headaches that come with it.
Saline rinses and sprays are a drug-free alternative. A quick rinse every day can leave you feeling brand new.
Whole-food supplements are perhaps the most convenient way to help alleviate seasonal allergy symptoms. Loaded with bioflavonoids, vitamins, and minerals, they are equipped to effectively and safely fight off allergies.
If you're in search of one, consider Allerplex, a supplement designed to support the body's ability to handle seasonal, environmental and dietary challenges.*
In conclusion, drug-free alternatives can help avoid unwanted side-effects that accompany the use of OTC medication.
As always, please feel free to contact us for more information.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These Products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.