What if bothersome joint pains, mental fog, low energy, stubborn skin problems, unexplained irritability or chronic digestive symptoms all had the same, straightforward solution? Could these and other seemingly unrelated health problems have a common root? Scientists and health seekers alike are discovering that this may well be the case.
It’s spring, the time of year that can mean misery for millions of allergy sufferers. As pollen counts rise, the “season of renewal” renews only a long list of uncomfortable symptoms. Adding to the unhappiness, chronic allergies to airborne irritants like pollen and dust can lead to serious sinus infections. Those sinus problems can not only be extremely painful, but dangerous, because they hide so close to the brain.
If you have some nagging allergies that just won’t let you breathe in peace, scientists have come up with an easy way to eliminate some of the allergens in your home. And it just takes a flick of the wrist.
Allergies are indeed bothersome. But instead of reaching out to the usual medications, individuals can now seek relief from various foods. Among the known foods that help fight off spring allergies are citrus fruits, red grapes, broccoli, collard greens, nuts, apples, fish, onions and garlic.
News outlets have been forced to admit a large new study that proves children can benefit from raw milk, and fare unwell drinking typical pasteurized milk.
According to the Harvard Health Letter, seasonal allergies are starting earlier every year, and pollen counts are rising. At least 36 million people are affected by seasonal allergies each year in the US.