Dr. Psenka's Seasonal Allergy Solution: The All-Natural 4-Week Plan to Eliminate the Underlying Cause of Allergies and Live Symptom-Free
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Recent studies show that the number of people suffering with seasonal allergies has been skyrocketing and is expected to continue increasing into the foreseeable future. And in the United States alone, 65 million people suffer with seasonal allergies on a regular basis.
In Dr. Psenka's Seasonal Allergy Solution, author and naturopathic physician Dr. Jonathan Psenka tells readers they can—and should—aim for a cure. Readers will discover how people often attempt to manage the symptoms of their seasonal allergies with pills, sprays, drops, and even painful shots. But very few of these medications treat the cause, so symptoms are likely to return year after year.
Dr. Psenka has developed a highly detailed, fourstep plan, so readers will finally target the root cause of their seasonal allergies and be free of allergy medication. By following Dr. Psenka's advice on how to use natural remedies before, during, and after allergy season, readers can finally wave good-bye to their pesky runny noses and scratchy throats.
allergies, breast-feeding moms were advised to avoid eggs, fish, peanuts, tree nuts, and milk.36 But times have changed. The latest study, published in the December 2013 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association, tells women to eat one of the most allergenic foods—peanuts—without restraint. The study looked at the eating habits of 8,200 pregnant women and found that expectant mothers who ate the most peanuts or tree nuts—five servings or more a week—had the lowest risk of having a
swelling and tenderness in our tissues. One contributing factor may be that people tend to gain weight as they gain years. As we learned in Chapter 5, obesity certainly contributes to inflammation.14 However, other studies have not shown increased inflammatory markers in older people unless they have an underlying condition or disease, which would indicate that the diseases come first, then the inflammation.15 It may also be a combination, where aging makes us more inflamed, while age-related
green tea can help keep you trim.56 Researchers think green tea is such an effective medicine because it contains chemicals called polyphenols, which act as antioxidants. As we’ve discussed, antioxidants are molecules that neutralize the free radicals that can cause damaging oxidative stress.57 In terms of allergies, in a study published in Scandinavian Journal of Immunology, researchers at the State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn looked at a component of
Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, for example, found that children exposed to high levels of air pollution as infants were about two times more likely to develop respiratory and food allergies later in life.2, 3 The most common air pollutants—ozone, sulfur dioxide, and nitrogen dioxide—are proven hazards to people with allergies and asthma. Not only do these pollutants reduce lung function but also they irritate the airways and aggravate established allergy symptoms.4 Other
every 4 hours until symptoms resolve. Stop using the remedy if you fail to notice any improvement after three doses.51 •Allium cepa: Hay fever, profusely tearing eyes, irritating and painful nasal discharge that turns skin red •Agaricus: Hay fever, especially with itchy ears and mouth •Ammonium carbonicum: Sneezing at night or in the morning upon waking •Apis: Swelling around the eyes, swollen face that gets better with cold •Arsenicum album: watery, acrid, dripping nose with nasal