Dealing With Allergies and Fatigue
When the seasons change, it can be quite difficult dealing with allergies and fatigue.
In some cases, it may not even be a changing season, but eating certain foods which triggers a reaction in you that completely changes how you feel.
Other symptoms that you may have accompanying the fatigue you are feeling include sneezing, having a running nose, feeling as though it's harder to take in a deep breath, and having itchy and dry skin and eyes. Stress often makes the condition that much worse as well, so when this gets added, then you really do have quite a bit to handle.
Learning how you can deal with this problem as quickly as possible so you can still carry out your daily living is key. Here are some ideas to get you started for managing allergies and fatigue.
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A note about Dealing With Allergies and Fatigue
In natural health and healing, we believe in holistic health and healing, as we realize that different parts of the human body are highly interlinked, often beyond Man's understanding. We also believe that the body has the ability to heal itself of any disease, even supposedly incurable diseases.
In order to do so, the body needs the support of some basic dietary and lifestyle good health habits, such as a full body detox and a proper understanding and application of nutrition. No matter how remote or unrelated a health condition may seem, these fundamental health steps will greatly magnify the effects and benefits of any of our health-promoting efforts, including the use of specific natural health remedies.
Note The Time Of The Day
If you can note the time of the day when you're suffering from allergies and fatigue, this can help you notice trends and patterns, which makes the situation slightly easier to deal with.
If you find that the allergies bother you the most in the morning, then it would be a smart move to avoid, as much as you can, being outside during that time. Make an effort to alter your schedule as best as possible to help manage how exposed you are to what causes a reaction.
Eat Some Horseradish
As odd as it may seem, horseradish seems to be a vegetable that many people find works very well for treating allergies. It's one that you should definitely consider adding to your diet - even just a small amount of it can make a big difference in fighting allergies and fatigue.
The reason this one helps is due to the fact that it will loosen up the sinuses, which will also make you feel more comfortable as well.
Focus On Protein Rich Meals
High carbohydrate meals tend to make you feel tired and sluggish, even if you don't suffer from allergies, so moving away from these types of meals and focusing more on meals that are protein based should also help.
If you can, aim to have at least ten grams of protein with each meal or snack, which will slow the release of carbohydrates into the blood stream.
Consider Adding Garlic and Onion To Your Diet As Well
Finally, one more thing you could consider doing to help manage allergies and fatigue is adding some garlic and onion to your diet. Both of these vegetables or herbs contain properties that have been used by many people in the past to help manage their allergies.
These are both really nice natural treatments as well, since they are added to foods so easily. On top of that, garlic and onion also come with a whole host of other health benefits.
So rather than running out and purchasing some type of allergy medication, consider these options. Treating your allergies and fatigue the natural way will be a much smarter move, and you'll find that you can prevent the issue from occurring again.
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