Allergies come in many forms, it can be seasonal, such as Hay Fever, pets, the types of food we ingest… almost anything. Severity of allergies differ too, from itching, hives to potentially life-threatening reactions. For many of us, drugs, or synthetic chemicals that help with our allergies are something we’d prefer not to use. One of the main problems we have is understanding what natural or non-synthetic treatments we can try and what types of allergies they are suitable for. This Lifehack Lesson provides you with a guide a list of resources that will help you to treat your allergies without using drugs.
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Here’s an excerpt from this lesson –
Figure Out What Exactly You Are Allergic To
This one may be simple for you, or it could be very hard. If you have reactions to specific circumstances, such as being near a cat, then you probably know what you are allergic to. If you have seasonal allergies pinpointing exactly what is going on could be harder. While you will not be able to avoid things like grass you might just find that your decorative plants are making your problem worse. The lesson will provide you with pointers on how to figure it out.
Eliminate Any Allergens You Can In Your Life
You do not have to get rid of your beloved pets, but the odds are good that you are not allergic to a pet you have lived with for years, but you can eliminate plants in your yard, or any foods you happen to be allergic to.
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