Ah, #fall, the perfect time to head outside for a long stroll through the park, brisk hikes, and some leisurely gardening — unless you’re one of the roughly 36 million people who suffer from #seasonalallergies. If you’re allergy prone, there are a number of ways to stay vigilant, and it all starts with having an allergy action plan. Link in bio!
#Skin allergies are very complex. We have to take into account type of skin, genes, and environmental exposure. These substances may cause flare ups – especially for those with sensitive skin.
I can almost hear the sighs fall over the room! That’s right, if you want to treat the core of your allergy, you have to get moving.
Struggling with your #allergies? You’re not alone. My Whole-Body Allergy Guide shows how to be allergy savvy, from tackling the indoor environment to seeking out #holistic fixes. Download yours today. Link in bio!
If you have a #gluten allergy or intolerance, be sure to know where it could be lurking!
The best way to avoid a venom allergy? First, it helps if you can identify the insects you should be wary of, and the places they call home!
Adults are more likely to get sinus infections, which can be acute or chronic. As always, it's important to first confirm what you have. Is it allergy? A cold? A sinus infection?
#Eczema cannot be cured, however its severity may be reduced significantly by taking some of these measures.
More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year, and yet many people are not sure of how to navigate their allergies, whether they’re food, outdoor, or indoor-related. Learn how to be allergy savvy in my book, The New Allergy Solution. More in my bio!