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How to Support Your Body Naturally During Allergy Season

Spring is here, and so are the ongoing effects of seasonal allergies. From itchy, watery eyes to constant sneezes and sniffles, spring and summer pose unique difficulties for those who struggle with severe allergies or respiratory conditions such as chronic sinus infections and asthma. If this sounds familiar, you don’t have to struggle every season. You can successfully and naturally support your body during allergy season to mitigate the effects of seasonal allergies!

Below, we’re covering ways that you can naturally support your body during allergy season and how to manage your allergy symptoms naturally.

What are seasonal allergies caused by?

We know what allergies are — but what are they caused by? The answer depends on the region that you live in. Most commonly, changes in season and local flora blooms can cause a significant release of pollen and irritants into the air, triggering your seasonal allergy symptoms. You can also experience other environmental allergies with seasonal allergy flares caused by allergens such as pet dander, mold, or other environmental triggers.

How can you manage your seasonal allergy symptoms naturally?

While there are countless over-the-counter (OTC) medications available for seasonal allergies, you may be looking for more natural management and supportive approach. Below, we’ve listed three of the top ways that you can manage your symptoms of seasonal allergies naturally:

1. Adopt an anti-inflammatory diet

There is no specific diet for managing your allergy symptoms. However, there are many triggers in the conventional American diet that are highly inflammatory and may worsen your symptoms. Among these include sugary, processed, and artificial foods, as well as diets that are high in dairy and modified gluten. To combat this, consider including non-inflammatory foods in your diet, such as cruciferous veggies, lean proteins, and clean fats.

2. Reduce your stress load

High levels of physical or emotional stress can boost levels of inflammation in the body. This can make your pre-existing conditions and symptoms from allergy season worse. Finding new ways to indulge in self-care and limit your stressors can go a long way toward managing your allergy symptoms naturally.

3. Seek treatment with supplementation or professional help

If you’re struggling with prolonged or severe seasonal allergy attacks, it may be time to seek professional help or supplementation to assist your body through the transition. Generally, an antihistamine or a histamine-restrictive supplement can help you enjoy a higher quality of life.

Our Opti Seasonal Support supplement works in this way, using natural ingredients such as quercetin and bromelain. This supplement provides full-spectrum seasonal allergy relief in just a few capsules per day.

Alternatively, for a more permanent solution, you can opt for allergy elimination via SRT. The entire design of SRT is to strengthen your immune system, while eliminating the allergic response to triggers. Using elements from acupressure, homeopathy, and kinesiology, you can bring your body into balance. Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center is actually one of the top locations in the nation for successful SRT treatment.

Are you looking for advanced help for seasonal allergies? Visit the experts at Tenpenny Integrative Medical Center. Our team is committed to helping you reach your highest level of functional health yet. For more information and to book your appointment today,

visit our website at Or, please feel free to give us a call at (440) 239-3438. Our team looks forward to assisting you!

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