Control Your Environment
Pay extra attention to closing windows and doors in the mornings when most plants and flowers tend to pollinate.
We all know that nose hairs trap debris and dust particles from invading our bodies but we forget that the hair on our head is a trap as well! Washing your hair before hitting the pillow eliminates air-born pollens from spreading to your eyes and nose.
Buy a Humidifier
Breathing in moist air helps with congestion. If you have the sniffles, putting a humidifier in the rooms that you occupy the most may help with the irritation.
Water is always important but upping your water intake during allergy season will help thin the mucous and increase drainage.
Get a Colonic
When the body encounters allergies it wants to get rid of the toxins by and it does this by producing body fluids; hence the sneezing, watery eyes and noses during allergy season. The colon plays a role in throwing out toxins but if it is backed up allergy symptoms can intensify and affect the rest of body.