Hello October, Good Bye Hay Fever
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It’s that time of year again, hay fever season means runny noses, sneezes and headaches. One in five Aussies will spend the next few months battling these symptoms, meaning a lot of you will be suffering.
This week, Janet delves into some of the ways we can boost our immunity to stop hay fever from causing havoc in our lives.
It’s time to smell the roses (and not suffer for it)
Here’s what we cover:
- Hay fever symptoms
- Problems with chemical hay fever treatments
- What causes hay fever?
- Tips for treating hay fever naturally
- The importance of micronutrients and the role they play
Hello everyone, it’s Janet Roach here. International tea master, mad dog-lover and proud mother. It’s hay fever season which means runny noses, sneezes, headaches and red and watery eyes. One in five Aussies will spend the next month battling these symptoms thanks to spring. So, whilst the new season promises better weather and when everything comes back to life after the winter, it’s also a season of dread for some of us.
Now I want to help you all suffering from hay fever this spring. I really want to boost your immunity to prevent these awful flare ups, so that you can continue to live your life without any of these irritating inconveniences. I’ve written a book called ‘Supercharge Your Immunity’ which outlines how to dramatically improve your chances for positive results with all of the information you need to strengthen your body’s defences. Going into detail about your body’s immune system and how it works, this book will teach you all about your body’s natural protective mechanisms and why they are important for your long-term success. The scientifically proven importance of micronutrients and how to use them to gain control of your hay fever quickly and easily with no side effects. If you want to get your hands on this book and all my tips for naturally defending yourself against hay fever then go to our free eBook page to download it for free today.
Hay fever is the common name for a condition called allergic rhinitis and is caused by the nose and eyes coming into contact with environmental allergens such as pollen, dust, molds and animal hair. It’s an allergic reaction to particles that get trapped in your nose; an allergic reaction where your immune system treats a harmless substance as if it were dangerous. Your body then launches an ‘attack’ and your nasal passages subsequently become more inflamed and irritated. In spring, the pollen count goes up, which means that there is a stronger possibility of reacting with sneezes and runny noses.
I want to give you some tips to help combat hay fever this spring, as I know all too well how uncomfortable it can make you. Let me tell you, there is no need to suffer the way you are right now and there are actions you can take to greatly reduce the discomfort. I recommend you go ahead and download my eBook ‘Supercharge Your Immunity’ to really understand how your immune system works and to find out even more tips on how to keep immunity levels high. You can download it using the link our free eBook page and get it for absolutely free today. Secondly, I’d really recommend getting your hands on my Immune Tea, packed with incredible natural immune-boosting ingredients, drinking this tea every day will really fortify your body’s defences. Outlined in the eBook are all of the ingredients found within the Immune Tea and how they will individually help with strengthening your body’s protection from allergic reactions.
I’ve also been looking into certain foods that might help with hay fever and allergies this time of the year. Boosting your immune system is all about getting the right micronutrients, and so fuelling and nourishing your body is the right way to go. Vitamin C has been shown in studies to boost the immune system and act as a natural antihistamine. A study held in 2018 on vitamin C in the treatment of allergies found that oxidative stress plays a key role in allergies. As vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory, it may act as a treatment for allergies. Good sources of vitamin C include strawberries, oranges, red and green peppers, broccoli and Brussels sprouts. Now this information is contained within the eBook I’ve written called ‘Supercharge Your Immunity’, but I wanted to just give you this little nugget: it’s about the importance of micronutrients in your diet. Did you know that there are nearly 30 vitamins and minerals that your body cannot manufacture in sufficient amounts on its own? These are essential micronutrients that help your body’s natural defense systems. If you’re lacking in just one of these, it can make it much easier for your body to react to external allergens like pollen. So making sure these micronutrients are kept topped up is vital. Antioxidants like zinc and selenium support lymphoid tissues and the function of white blood cells, whilst iodine is critical for immunity.
All of this information is held within my eBook Supercharge Your Immunity which also outlines the vital differences between natural nutrients versus supplements…can you believe one of the biggest vitamin brands contains acetone, which is nail polish remover, as the main ingredient in their vitamin C? To find out more about this head to our free eBook page to download this eBook for free today and fight this hay fever once and for all.
I’ve also read about some other ways you can reduce the symptoms of hay fever. These methods include avoiding being outdoors for too long on high pollen days and avoid activities known to cause exposure to pollen, such as moving grass. Shower after outdoor activities and wear sunglasses to reduce the amount of pollen that gets into your eyes. These methods are small mitigation strategies to slightly REDUCE your chances of coming into contact with pollen; however, they are unlikely to completely prevent contact with pollen. This means that other methods, such as protecting your body from the inside-out are much more effective at helping you stay healthy during spring. So, what are you waiting for? Head to our eBook page to download your free eBook and start leading a life without the inconvenience and stress of hay fever. I hope we can combat this this spring and remember, nourish yourself.