There is an age-old adage that April showers bring May flowers, a not-so-subtle reminder that the spring blooms—and seasonal allergies—are on their way. While allergies can persist year-round, the influx of pollen and fresh growth that occurs in spring and summer is a particularly daunting time for seasonal allergy sufferers.
Common treatments include antihistamines, decongestants and even inhalers for those who deal with allergy-induced asthma. Aside from all of the available medicines and treatments, however, is one commonly overlooked method of combatting seasonal allergies: nasal irrigation.
How to Combat Seasonal Allergies
This natural method uses saline or sterilized water to clear nasal passageways and relieve allergy symptoms...Read More