While the longer days and warmer temperatures might excite most people, there are quite a few of us who associate blossoms on the tree with itchy eyes and throats, sneezing and overall discomfort.
Antihistamines can be helpful in the short-term, but long-term, they tend to have undesirable effects.
The important thing to remember is that seasonal allergies are a consequence of an immune system imbalance. The good news is what is out of balance can be brought back into balance with some simple nutrition tweaks.
There are natural approaches which balance your immune system and reduce reactivity, but bear in mind, these lifestyle and dietary changes need a few weeks to take effect.
If you suffer from seasonal allergies every year, you know they can seriously impact your wellbeing, productivity, and stress levels.
Would you like to develop a natural resistance to allergies, and not have to worry about walking with your nasal spray, tablets, or tissues?