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Allergy Triggers

[Archives May 2011] If the winds and abrupt weather changes are causing you challenges like allergies or sinus congestion, try limiting dairy consumption. Dairy is the most common trigger I see with “environmental” allergies. We also stock some very effective natural antihistamines that actually treat the cause as opposed to dehydrating and suppressing the immune system like most anti-histamines. 

Conversely, If you primarily experience symptoms like sinus pressure with only barometric changes, like when our weather rapidly shifts from warm to cold and vice verse, you may want to consider helping the thyroid. Remember some of our former suggestions? B1, iodine, tyrosine, limiting wheat?


[Archives April 2011] Have you or someone you know ever had the head spins? It is not fun and can be down right disabling. Besides being utterly disabled at times, one may even experience nausea and vomiting with it. Believe it or not, this is virtually always caused by an allergy. Perfumes are a common cause, but there are other possibilities. Allergies cause the first vertebrae to subluxate forward disrupting the brain’s balance mechanism. The challenge is finding and eliminating the allergen. 

Meniere’s Disease is a related condition, and I can you help you find the cause and find the right treatment.

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