How to Combat Seasonal Allergies

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. Irrigation works because it cleanses the sinuses of bacteria and other foreign substances. The solution flushes out any pollen or irritants which lodge in the sinus cavity, causing an allergic reaction. The saline also increases moisture and reduces inflammation. Nasal irrigation, when done correctly, is an incredibly affordable and easy method for combatting seasonal allergies.

For many, flushing the nasal cavity reduces allergy symptoms and the need for daily medications and prescriptions. Using sterile water or a specific saline solution is the safest way to practice nasal irrigation. The right products are affordable and easy to use at home and can be found locally and at our Boca Raton-based medical supply company.

If you are tired of constantly taking medication to combat seasonal allergies, nasal irrigation is a natural step toward allergy relief. What products are best? The most convenient, and effective, nasal irrigation products come packaged for increased sterilization and ease of use. Keep an eye out for travel-sized nasal mists and saline cartridges, a great way to keep your seasonal allergies at bay even while on the go. Contact us today to find the right product or learn more about nasal irrigation.


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