Hello World! Welcome Friends! Having a child who struggles with allergies can be a challenge, so it’s important to take as many preventive measures as possible. Over 50 million people struggle with nasal allergies each year, and they are especially tough on children. While you might think of allergies as minor annoyances, some children experience debilitating effects that impact their daily activities. You children should always take medications prescribed by their doctors. However, there are also home remedies and alternative options that can help to relieve your children’s symptoms this allergy season.
Many people spend up to 90 percent of their time indoors, so it’s important to make sure your home is a safe zone. Keeping your HVAC system clean and running properly can prevent harmful allergens, such as pet dander, dust, and mold, from thriving in your home. You can even purchase a home air purifier to trap smaller allergens. Another thing to consider is bedding. Mattresses, pillows, and box springs can all hold allergens, so it’s crucial to keep those clean or think about replacing them with allergy-friendly materials.
Home remedies can also help alleviate certain symptoms. After checking with a doctor, try out things such as apple cider vinegar, raw honey from your local area, or nettle tea. Many parents swear by these, and a diet change can enhance these remedies. Adding in food that contains omega-3s, quercetin, and vitamin C can also help alleviate allergies. For more information on helping your kids through allergy season, check out the infographic below.
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