Seasonal Allergies Can Affect Attitude, Nuke ‘Em With This Home Remedy

by Brad Isaac on March 27, 2008

Well it’s that time of year again.

Spring time is great for increased sunlight, flowers and everything turning green.   It’s my favorite time of year except for one problem – allergies.   I get the sneezing and runny nose that bothers everyone else who has rhinitis.

But there is another side effect I experience this time of year.. fatigue. I have always felt that the higher the pollen rate is, the more tired I feel. Over the years, some docs have said ‘Yep, that’s allergies.’ Others however, adamantly claim there isn’t a link.

Weird huh?   I   am normal on   low pollen days, barely have a pulse on high pollen days and there isn’t a link… hmmm

Last week, there was an interesting article in USA Today discussing how allergists were linking allergies to depression and fatigue.   Maybe, just maybe I’m not trying to sleep through my favorite time of year after all.
So what to do about it?

If you suffer from nasal allergies, take a look at my article, How to Nuke Your Seasonal Allergies.   It describes how to make your own saline nasal solution and how to use a Neti pot to clear your sinuses.   it really works and has helped quite a few others cope with their allergies.

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1 Mike Polk March 28, 2008 at 8:58 am

The neti pot was the best single piece of information/advice I have read on the internet. It sounds crazy but it has helped tremendously.


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