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seasonal allergies

Are you tired of seasonal allergies? So am I. Here are 5 tips that have helped me cope with my seasonal sneezes and wheezes.


Whether you call it hay fever, seasonal allergies, or allergic rhinitis, here's what I've learned about treating my seasonal allergies + the OTC meds that work best.

Dust mites are present and hiding all throughout your home. The house may look clean, but the dust mites are in the air. About 80% of the flecks you see floating in a sunbeam streaming through the window are dead skin cells... and dust mites! Here's how to avoid dust mite allergy symptoms without spending a dime.

In March and April, tree pollens such as pine pollen are most prominent. Grass pollens usually have their run from May to July. Weed pollens are most prevalent in August and September. Here are the best natural home remedies for pollen allergies.

I really prefer using a Neti Pot over using nasal decongestants and sprays such as Afrin. The Neti Pot helps with allergies and sinus problems, as well as cold and flu symptoms. It's all around good for you! Here's how to use a Neti Pot using salt and water... that's all you need.

Local honey (made by bees in your local area) is the key to building up antibodies in your body - to lessen the effects of allergies & hay fever. It works!

Ever wonder which medicines the doctors themselves use to treat everyday colds, flu, upset stomach, headaches and other minor aches & pains? In a survey of 5 leading female doctors in the U.S, these doctors had very similar opinions regarding the best products on the market. Plus, 3 out of 5 of them used the exact same products! Do you use these?...