Spring and Summer Allergies - Boys Town National Research HospitalSpring and Summer bring more than just pretty flowers and warm temperatures. For allergy sufferers it can be a season of misery. Dr. Nicki Nair, Allergist, Boys Town National Research Hospital, explains how allergies are developed, the common signs and symptoms of allergies, the common allergens in the spring and summer, what you can do to avoid them and when it's time to see an allergist. For more information on the Sinus Center visit, http://www.boystownhospital.org/patientServices/Pages/SinusCenter.aspx
Summer Allergies & 10 Home Remedies That Protect You | BoldSkyThe winter season is on its way to bid goodbye, and this marks the onset of spring. Spring season starts from the middle of February and lasts until April. Spring season is very pleasant but it also comes with different types of spring allergies andirritants. You can try out these best home remedies for spring allergies. Peppermint acts as a decongestant which helps to relieve spring allergies. It contains anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and antibacterial properties that inhibitallergic reactions. Add 1 tablespoon of dried peppermint leaves in 1cup of boiling water. Boil it for 5 minutes and strain it. Drink this peppermint tea when it has cooled down. Saline solution is one of the easy home remedies that can ward away spring allergens and irritants. Mix 1 teaspoon of non-iodized salt and a pinch of bakingsoda in a cup of boiling water. Allow it to cool and with the help of a dropper, put about 10 drops of saline solution into one nostril. Allow it to drain and repeat it with the other nostril.
Summer Allergies: Diagnosis & TreatmentThe summer season means a lot of outdoor activities and allergies. Dr. Elizabeth Majeski highlights the most common allergens, the symptoms and the best treatments for relief.
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The Cause Of Your Summer Allergies - Giant RagweedSummertime is here and for many that means summer allergies, something people always blame on the Goldenrod when in reality it is the Ragweeds. There are two types of Ragweeds in the United States and today we cover the Giant Ragweed. An obnoxious, allergy inducing plant that grows prolifically along the edge of fields and is common in the corn belt of the U.S. This video aims to help you identify it so you can decide whether to let it grow or not, chances are if you have allergies in the summer this is causing it.
Growing up to fifteen feet in height and with it's leaves becoming larger than a hand it's easy to see why it's called Giant Ragweed. This plant can have many variations in it's leaf structure and sometimes even it's growing pattern. A member of the Aster family and an Ambrosia species this plant's pollen is what causes the reactions in humans. It supposedly has medicinal uses but we do not talk about any of those, just cautionary information.
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