Performance Therapy: A Pain In The Neck

NEWSLETTER Health & Wellness Newsletter March, 2019


1. Limit your time outdoors. When you breathe pollen into your nose and lungs, they can trigger an allergic reaction. Staying inside can help, especially onwindy days and during the earlymorning hours, when pollen counts are highest. 2. Get natural relief. Some herbal remedies may help stave off allergy symptoms. More research is needed,butanextractfromashrubcalledbutterbur shows promise. Biminne, aChinese herbal formula with ingredients like ginkgo biloba and Chinese skullcap,mayalsohelp.Onestudyfoundthatpeople who took biminne five times a day for 12weeks still felt the benefits a year later.

3. Tweak your home. Simple changes make a difference. Shut all windows to keep out pollen. Use an air conditioner to cool your home instead of a fan, which draws in air from outside. Take off your shoes at the door and ask guests to do the same. That keeps allergens outside. Finally, don’t allow guests, or yourself, to smoke inside the home. It can make allergy symptoms worse. If you or someone you live with smokes, now is a good time to quit.


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