There are many ways to treat allergy symptoms natural, holistic, and medicinal. Here are a few options for treating seasonal allergy symptoms.
Controlling your environment is an obvious way to control your seasonal allergy symptoms. It’s best to find out what you’re allergic to. When you know what you’re allergic to then you will also be able to control your interaction with the substance.
Nasal spray and flushes can be used to clean the nasal passage. Sprays help to get rid of allergens and debris that has gotten caught into your nasal passage throughout the day.
Oral antihistamines are a great option for when you are already having allergy symptoms. They are face acting.
Topical antihistamines are great for skin irritation.
Eye drops are beneficial for when eyes are irritated. Allergens tend to irritate the eyes. Eyes can become itchy, swollen, and watery. Using eye drops can help soothe any irritation.
Natural and holistic remedies include:
A chemical called a flavonoid is found in foods such as onions, tomatoes, grapes, and tea. This chemical is a natural anti-inflammatory that can block histamine’s effect before they even start. Quercetin is a type of flavonoid antioxidant that’s found in plant foods, including leafy greens, tomatoes, berries, and broccoli. Incorporating these foods into your diet is a great way to avoid having to treat seasonal allergies.
Try using a Neti pot or saline rinse. The Neti pot uses a sterile saline solution to flush out the sinuses of allergens and irritations. Nasal irrigation is often said to work better that most over the counter allergy medications.
Nettle leaves are natural antihistamines that can be very effective as it naturally block the body’s ability to produce histamine. Nettle leaf can be made into tea as an herbal remedy, but for the best and most effective way to relieve seasonal allergy symptoms use capsule pills.