Natural Tips for Allergies | Are you Feeling Stuffed Up

Sinus Concerns and Allergies

Are you among the large percentage of people who have trouble breathing because of allergies to pollen, dust, animal dander or mold, a condition known as allergic rhinitis? Maybe your nose is stuffed due to non-allergic irritants, a condition known simply as rhinitis. Or you cold be one of those who suffer from chronic inflammation of the sinuses (sinusitis). If you experience congestion in the upper respiratory system, you know the frustration you can feel from not being able to breathe freely through your nose.

Unfortunately, many of the treatments offered by modern medicine for these conditions offer only symptomatic relief, so people often struggle with them for many years. Fortunately, there are ways to move beyond symptomatic relief and correct the underlying causes of these conditions. In this issue of Sunshine Sharing you will learn about some suggestions about what you can do to permanently relieve these conditions and start breathing freely again! Learn how staying hydrated can help. What options are available for natural antimicrobials and decongestants and how to avoid respiratory irritants and foods. Also how your gut health may be impacting your allergy health!

Check out my favorite supplements and herbs for supporting a healthy respiratory system by visiting my Nature’s Sunshine Product Page.


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Program information includes:

  • Water – An Essential Nutrient.
  • Add a Fun Sweaty Activity to your Day!
  • Eat Real Food!
  • Gut Health and How it Impacts your Health.
  • Nutritional Supplements – Do you really need them?
  • Toxicity – Cleaning up your Environment.
  • Balancing your Emotions.
  • Faith, Hope and Prayer.

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Chronic Pain Support Group

If you or someone you know is living with chronic pain, consider joining our Zoom support group. We focus on sharing and building coping skills. If you are interested, send me an email for more information.