Allergy season is quickly approaching. Start preparing prevention of catching allergies by having the needed things on hand before allergy even starts. Do not be like other people who wait until they actually get an allergy and only then, they will seek for remedies and treatments. Albeit, keeping your system healthy and fill it with important nutrients will help with avoiding allergies.
According to WebMD, 55% of Americans prove positive to one or more allergies. Which leads to the conclusion that most of us should take allergy meds, reach for tissues, and drink a whole lot of orange juice? We’ve gathered tips and information to help individuals block allergens from affecting your body
These 5 ways can make you prevent allergies before it even started
Sufficient intake of vitamin D
Studies till date with the inclusion from Indian Journal of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (IJAAI), have found that Vitamin D can help prevent allergies to which Dr. James Sublett, president of the American College of Asthma Allergy and Immunology, has agreed, recommending us to add Vitamin D to our daily diet.
“There’s some evidence that vitamin D may play a role in some allergic disorders,” Sublett said. “Other than that, there’s not much evidence that vitamins make a difference [in allergy prevention and treatment].”
The study in the IJAAI discovered that Vitamin D supplements “emerged as a ray of hope” in allergic rhinitis.
A study from Thailand made the discovery that people who ran for half an hour with an elevated heart rate had a 70% less chance in getting allergy symptoms such as runny nose, sneezing, congestion, and itchy eyes and throat.
This correlation was suspected by allergy experts because doing cardio can relax the inflammatory proteins inside nasal passage ways. You may workout in your house watching workout videos or join a local gym if you don’t want to exercise outdoors because of airborne allergies and other concerns.