How to Breeze Through Seasonal Changes

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Posted by Dr Janine Bowring

December 18, 2020

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 With global warming and warmer temperatures, plants are actually creating more pollen. Add that in to more carbon dioxide in the air, and you have many people suffering from sneezing, and histamin responses, especially in the Spring and late Summer-early Fall; Drug store shelves are filled with medications that have many side effects. As a naturopathic doctor, I counsel my patients to always seek out the most natural treatments for what ails them. This is very true when dealing with symptoms occuring at the change of seasons. 

How to Breeze Through Seasonal Changes

With global warming and warmer temperatures, plants are actually creating more pollen. Add that in to more carbon dioxide in the air, and you have many people suffering from allergies, especially in the Spring and late Summer-early Fall; Drug store shelves are filled with medications that have many side effects. As a naturopathic doctor, I counsel my patients to always seek out the most natural treatments for what ails them. This is very true when dealing with seasonal histamine reactions. The first thing I recommend is frequent saline nasal flushes. You can buy these in any drug store and they help to flush out the pollen in your upper respiratory system. Next, I tell people to keep their windows closed, keeping the pollen out. Regularly change the air filters in your home. Investing in a good air purifier, especially in the bedroom, will reduce your symptoms as well. As far as supplements go, I always recommend a good essential fatty-acid to decrease inflammation. Omega 3’s are called essential fatty acids. Next, seasonal changes cause our immune systems to become even more sensitive; things that didn’t bother us before, like pets, can become a problem. It’s important to treat this sensitivity with a good probiotic by balancing the microbiome and protecting the important function of the gut and immune system connection. Not all probiotics are created equally. A good probiotic will contain the right strain of the good bacteria that is made specifically for the human digestive tract.

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