allergies

  1. Allergies cured without shots or drugs

    Make allergies DISAPPEAR! (No shots required!)

    Wake up and smell the pumpkin spice? Not if you have allergies!

    The seasonal sniffles are often at their worst in spring.

    But there’s a second spike here in autumn from wet leaves, dying grass, mold spores and way-too-early Christmas decorations.

    Santa showing up before Halloween? I’m allergic to that!

    Kidding aside, there’s a way to CURE allergies that’ll help you breathe easy all year long.

    It’s simple. It’s safe. It’s dirt cheap.

    The mainstream won’t tell you about it (but I will in just a moment).

    That’s because they’re too busy pushing expensive drugs that can practically turn you into a sleepwalking zombie. Even the so-called non-drowsy drugs can knock you right out (seriously – read the fine print on those things).

    Now, the mainstream claims they have something even better.

    They’re working on a new kind of allergy shot, this time as a vaccination.

    Yep. Just what the world DOESN’T need: More vaccines.

    The new “vaccine” is a quiet confession that the current allergy shots have some MAJOR downsides.

    First, you need regular injections for YEARS before they fully take effect.

    Second, they may not be safe because they’ve never been given the kinds of rigorous long-term safety tests that should be required of anything intended to have a long-term effect on the body.

    And third, some of the shots contain aluminum, a toxic metal that can travel to and accumulate in your brain, setting the stage for neurodegenerative disease such as dementia.

    Supposedly, the new vaccine they’re working on will take effect quicker so people will get a much more immediate benefit with far fewer shots. But since it’s only been tested in mice so far, I wouldn’t hold my breath (although that’s one way to cut your exposure to allergens).

    But you don’t have to get shots – the current ones, or the up-and-coming new one – to get relief.

    Try isopathy instead.

    These homeopathic doses of common allergens can stimulate your immune system into action and then “teach” it to handle those allergens.

    The exact remedy you’ll need will depend on the trigger. For example, if you are sensitive to ragweed, you will need the homeopathic form of ragweed.

    Instead of shots, isopathy is given via drops, usually three times a day. Most people improve in a matter of weeks and eventually can stop the drops, except for an occasional “booster” as needed.

    You’ll find them in any pharmacy that stocks natural therapies and health food stores.

  2. Allergies can get worse in winter

    Winterize your body against allergies

    If you're suffering from allergies, the "most wonderful time of the year" could also turn into a season of sniffling.

    While spring is known for the pollen boom, we're also surrounded by potential triggers right now.

    If you live in a milder climate, the leaves are still piling up. If you're in a cooler place, you might have a big pile of them decaying behind your house. If you're up North, where it's already snowing in some places, you can end up with a damp and moldy basement or attic.

    All of them can lead to allergy attacks.

    Even your Christmas tree can be coated in allergens!

    A new report from the University of Alabama says that one of the most common triggers of allergies this time of year is in what nature is doing all around us, especially if you're doing work around your yard to get ready for winter.

    All of that back-breaking leaf-raking can do more than leave you aching and sore -- it can leave you sniffling, sneezing, and, in some cases, gasping for air.

    The team at Alabama says you should know your triggers and prepare.

    Well, no kidding.

    But how, exactly, do you know what's lurking in that mess of a yard out there?

    You're best off preparing for anything -- so, if you're prone to allergies, treat that leaf pile like a pollen bomb. If you're going to clean it up yourself, wear a mask.

    Once inside, toss your clothes in the laundry right away, or those pollens and mold spores will settle all around your home.

    Don't sit down yet. You're not done.

    It's time to inspect the attic and basement for leaks and signs of mold, which can trigger constant cold-like misery all winter long.

    OK, phew, that was a lot of work, right? But it's not break time yet.

    We've got one more job here, and that's your Christmas tree.

    Some folks are allergic to the tree itself -- and if you're one of them, you probably know it all too well.

    But that's not the only risk. That's not even the biggest risk.

    The tree can pick up dust, mold, and pollen from anywhere along the way on its journey from the forest to the lot to your living room.

    Some lots will blow them off or hose them down for you. If they don't, do it yourself out back and give it a day or two to dry off before you bring it in.

    You might not be able to eliminate every possible trigger. But with a day or two of work around your home and some careful planning, you can certainly minimize them -- so you can breathe easy this holiday season.

  3. Allergies beaten with natural treatments

    End the summer sniffles with natural allergy cures If you're struggling to get your allergies under control... if the first days of summer have vanished in a haze of blurry vision... if you've got headaches, sore throats, and more from your hay fever... you need help. Just don't expect to get it from the Food and Drug Administration! They're out...
  4. Allergies can be defeated without meds, study proves

    Beat allergy season before it starts In just a few weeks, the snow will melt -- if it hasn't already -- and the first signs of spring will start to poke through. The grass will turn green... the flowers will bloom... and millions of Americans will step outside to inhale the fresh spring air... and immediately start sneezing. Yes, allergy...
  5. Allergies linked to heart problems

    Allergies will do more than cause sniffles and sneezes. New research shows how hay fever can even cause heart problems!
  6. Dirty sheets link to common allergies

    If you suffer from allergies in your home, it could be from the sheets in your bedroom. Change them more often, and you could breathe better.
  7. Chronic stress triggers allergies

    Chronic strees the part of allergies that's within your control

    Spring is in the air, and with it comes everything else -- and not just baseball and barbecues. Pollen and other allergens are also out in force, turning spring into allergy season for tens of millions of Americans.

    But it's not just what's floating around in the air that's making you miserable. Continue reading

  8. Seasonal allergies can cause headaches

    Having seasonal allergies can boost your odds of migraines by a third, according to new research.
  9. How to beat allergy season

    The 'other' allergy season -- fall allergy season -- is here, when many people react to ragweed, mold and more. Here's your guide to beating these allergies without meds.
  10. Natural allergy remedies work as well as shots

    Allergy drops placed under the tongue work about as well as shots. But a similar natural approach can work just as well.
  11. Acupuncture eases seasonal allergy symptoms

    Acupuncture can ease the symptoms of seasonal allergies and decrease your need for medication.
  12. The worst allergy season ever is here

    Allergy season is here -- and it's here with a vengeance.
  13. Dog-gone asthma!

    But the best trick of all comes naturally: Pets can chase away asthma and allergies the way a guard dog can scare off burglars -- and it doesn't take a loud bark or a lot of teeth.
  14. Placebos for asthma relief

    Believe it or not, plain old air delivered via an asthma inhaler can actually bring as much relief as an inhaler filled with a common asthma med.
  15. Worm your way out of MS

    I know -- as far as the gross-o-meter goes, this one is off the charts... but a series of new studies finds that stomach worms can actually help defeat multiple sclerosis.
  16. Bigger puffs don't cut asthma risk

    At some point, the mainstream is going to have to take the book they have on asthma, and tear it up--because nearly everything in it is flat-out wrong. Take the national guidelines that call for asthma patients to double their dose of inhaled steroids such as Pulmicort or Flovent at the start of an attack. As it turns out, all...
  17. "B" is for allergies and asthma

    If you still can't seem to get a grip on your allergy and asthma problems, it may be time to think green.
  18. The sunshine treatment

    New research confirms that a lack of vitamin D – called the sunshine vitamin, because our bodies can make it from natural daylight striking our skin – may be one of the culprits.
  19. No way to raise test scores

    A new study gives ammunition to those who think a potential for side effects and addiction is a fair price for an easier-to-control child.
  20. Vitamins may help you ditch your inhaler

    A study shows a connection between nutritional deficiencies and asthma.

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