Want quick relief from spring allergies?




Hays fever, or spring allergies, as this condition is best known, gives very annoying symptoms that prevent many people from enjoying the days of outdoor heat: from sneezing, itching in the nose or eyes and nose to dripping.
 
What can you do to have quick relief?
 

Want quick relief from spring allergies?
 
  • Betting on spicy and especially on turmeric, as studies say they help reduce the inflammation triggered by an enzyme activated when pollen enters our system.
 
  • Sex can also help, as during orgasm the sympathetic nervous system contracts blood vessels throughout the body and an Iranian neurologist suggests that this may help relieve hay fever.

 
  • Make an 'antihistamine salad'. Capers, purple onions and watercress contain large amounts of quercetin, a natural antihistamine, which can help block the effects of pollen. Combining these ingredients with pineapple, which contains bromelain that helps the body absorb quercetin, can make your salad even more beneficial.
 
  • Bet on the grapes. Dark red ones are especially beneficial because they have substances that promote the reduction of inflammation in the body. Nettles, which can be found in tablets in herbalists or can be used to make tea (use gloves to catch them), also help relieve the symptoms of hays fever.
 
  • Omega-3 fatty fish, such as salmon or mackerel, tuna or sardines, are anti-inflammatory and may help relieve the symptoms of pollen allergies. Chamomile tea may also help since it is a natural antihistamine.
 
  • Badly bathing in the home can also help lessen the symptoms as it eliminates the pollen it may be bringing clinging to the body and hair directly from the street into the house. Changing the sheets, which could be 'contaminated' with pollen that you brought from the street, can also Help.
 
  • And of course, nasal sprays and antihistamine drugs may even be the quickest and most effective solution.

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