Many hay fever symptoms can be managed naturally.
Hay fever may be mildly irritating for some and completely debilitating for others. When I lived in Queenstown, New Zealand, during spring and summer my practice was filled with patients referred by their doctors. Some people didn’t want to use pharmaceutical drugs on a daily basis and for others, their usual over the counter anti-histamines were no longer helping them stay on top of symptoms. Even patients who had once responded to prescription medical treatment, sometimes found they had reached the end of the medical options on offer.
Fortunately there are other options that can help ease allergy symptoms. Whether your allergies are triggered by pollens or even sensitivities to certain animals, you may be surprised to find there are simple things you can try that make a significant difference.
In this video Suzanne gives some tips that may help you ease the discomfort of hay fever. Suggestions include at-home remedies, essential oils, specific teas, dietary considerations and over the counter products that can all help make the hay fever season a little easier to manage. For a more comprehensive and personalised approach, get in touch with Suzanne to find out what other prescription treatments she can offer and what is likely to be required for your particular situation. She helps people of all ages, including children.
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