Prevent Seasonal Challenges with These Easy Tips!

By | October 14, 2020

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Learn how to deal better with seasonal challenges.

Many of us greet autumn with joy; thinking of pumpkins, apple cider, falling leaves, and cooler temperatures. Others of us, however, see fall as a time of suffering as we struggle through our days plagued with seasonal challenges like itching, inflammation, and sniffling.

Thankfully, you have plenty of options to help you prevent and deal with these symptoms and we’ve put together some resources to help you feel better this fall.

What Causes Seasonal Challenges in the Fall?

The symptoms of seasonal challenges typically stem from the foliage that is blooming in any given month. In the fall, the main culprit is ragweed, which starts releasing pollen when the nights turn cooler. Interestingly enough, you don’t have to live near ragweed to suffer from it, the spores can travel hundreds of miles as the wind blows it around. Another fall trigger is mold, which can grow more rapidly due to the dampness caused by autumn rain.

Natural Solutions for Seasonal Challenges

Here are some supplements, methods, and lifestyle changes you can use to deal with seasonal challenges.

Sinus Rinsing

Sinus rinsing is the process of running clean, saline water through your sinuses to flush out allergens and irritants. It’s important to use distilled water for this process and to mix the saline solution properly to avoid discomfort. Also, keep in mind that you will experience greater relief by sinus rinsing daily and that your benefits will increase over time.

HEPA Filters

Keeping the air inside your home clean can be very helpful and provide you with a safe haven from outside triggers. Using a HEPA filter in your air conditioner can help purify the air you are breathing indoors. If you don’t have an air conditioner, consider investing in a quality air purifier. Along these lines, if you struggle with seasonal challenges in the fall, it’s best to keep your windows closed at all times.

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Leave your Shoes Outside

When you bring your jacket and shoes inside, you are inviting pollen and irritants in as well. To solve this problem, install some hooks in your garage or entryway, and keep your shoes and jacket outside to minimize indoor air pollution.

Supplements for Support with Seasonal Challenges

Looking to minimize discomfort this fall? Here are some quality products from brands available from Natural Healthy Concepts.

SeasonALL by Douglas Laboratories

Each season brings a new round of airborne irritants, SeasonALL by Douglas Labs is designed to help support your immune system and prepare it to deal with seasonal challenges. Containing herbal ingredients such as elderberry, nettles, boswelia, tinospora cordifolia, curcumin, and bromelain, each capsule promotes cell function and supports histamine balance.

Seasonal Shield from NuMedica

Seasonal Shield from NuMedica is a dietary supplement designed to promote a healthy immune system. This formula includes vitamins like vitamin C, vitamin D3, and zinc to support immune system function. Quercetin, bromelain, and nettle leaf extract offer support for healthy mucus viscosity and offer histamine support. These substances also offer antioxidant support to protect cells from free radical damage.

Sinucleanse Squeeze Nasal Wash

Nasal washing is a doctor-recommended way to support the symptoms of seasonal irritants. Sinucleanse Squeeze Nasal Wash from Sinucleanse is a user-friendly sinus rinse system that helps reduce the swelling of nasal passages and flush out airborne irritants.

How do you handle seasonal challenges? What are your best tips for symptom relief? Share your thoughts with our team in the comments section below.

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About Theresa Groskopp, CN

Certified Nutritionist in Appleton, Wisconsin, Founder of Natural Healthy Concepts. Natural health and nutrition advocate. Enjoys gardening, biking, fitness, boating, animals (especially cats), and cooking. Theresa Groskopp

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