This website is intended to possibly help others just by telling my story but does not constitute the answer of an ailment. Always seek medical advice from your primary care physician.
Allergy relief can encompass a ton of unwanted medication. As a mom and someone who does not like to use a ton of medication, I am happy that I was able to find great natural solutions for our allergies with medication being used minimally.
Believe it or not, once I got my allergies under control, my stomach would not hurt as often.
When I was on allergy shots and taking allergy medication twice a day for relief, I noticed that my constant stomach pain had gone away but the issue for me was that I was on too much medication and I did not want to continue with this routine.
Well, we ended up moving and I just decided to not continue. So the move actually forced me to go the natural route.
Yes, indeed! It did help my stomach.
You're probably thinking how. Well because once I managed the inflammation, my stomach did not hurt as often.
When I have an allergy reaction, it's simply my body's way of fighting off something which in return causes inflammation.
As I stated before, my inflammation was initially managed with shots via my allergy testing results as well as allergy medication but then I discovered natural means that could help my body which was much better for my body in the long run.
My kiddos and my natural relief regiment consists of:
yes, enzymes too! we love enzymes because they help break down foods that aren't easily digestible, or foods that we have sensitivities to. It helps us with bloating due to inflammation.
When embracing natural solutions, it's a process that should be ongoing. I must say that not only one thing has provided my kiddos and myself but numerous solutions. More of a holistic approach.
As a allergy sufferer, there are other things that I have done to help with the awful hay fever, such as:
These that are just some things that I can think of but I'm sure there are other ways that could provide much relief.
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