Spring allergies get their name from allergens. These are like triggers that can cause symptoms, like coughing, sneezing, runny nose, headaches, and even nausea. Here is a look at the main methods for treating spring allergies and allergy symptoms:

In Ayurveda, this is referred to as a Kapha-reducing diet. It is best to avoid cold, heavy foods and drinks, including dairy, wheat, meat, sugar, processed foods.

1. Take a diet that reduces mucus in your body

Our bodies naturally detoxify via the skin, lungs, liver, lymph, and kidneys. But when there is an overload, allergies arise. Doing a liver cleanse can help you clear toxins from the body.

2. Cleansing and Detoxification

Your digestive system and immune function are linked, so put some attention to improving your digestive health, which can bolster your immune health.

3. Improve Digestion

Fruits with high vitamin C can also help with allergies.

4. Eat Fruit with High Vitamin C

Replacing your air filters with HEPA filters so that you can have a more efficient ability to filter pollen out of the air system of your home.

6. Change Your Air Filters Regularly.

Keeping the windows closed during spring can help reduce the amount of pollen coming into the home… Especially during later times in the day.

7. Close Your Windows During the Day

Eucalyptus contains menthol, which is famous for helping people clean their sinuses. Hang a branch of Eucalyptus in the shower for a relaxing effervescent experience.

8. Use Eucalyptus in the Shower

Vacuuming and washing bedding a weekly can help reduce both pollen and mites that could cause irritation.

9. Change Clothes When You Get Home and Wash Bedding Often

Nasal irrigation opens up your sinuses and allows you to breathe much better. Whenever you use a neti pot, you purge irritants, microorganisms, and other allergens from your nasal passages.

10. Use a Neti Pot

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