Spring is here which is great news if you’re totally over the snow and cold, but it’s nothing to cheer about if you’re one of the millions of adults with seasonal allergies.
Unlike allergies to pet dander or dust, which can strike year-round, seasonal allergies are triggered by a sensitivity to particles that saturate the air in the spring and fall, such as pollen and mold.
To ease the misery, you could pop over-the-counter or prescription allergy medications. Problem is, even the non-drowsy formulations might give you brain fog. Instead, you might want to consider relief with with a more natural, “drug-free” approach.I thought I’d share some natural remedies (and helpful habits) that I’ve found to be very effective for seasonal allergies.