Options For Allergy Relief

Options For Allergy Relief

There are 31 comments on the Woman's Day story from Mar 29, 2009, titled Options For Allergy Relief. In it, Woman's Day reports that:

Americans are more allergic than ever before, with 50 to 60 million of us suffering from some type of allergy condition.

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Sally Cranfield

Liverpool, UK

#1 Mar 31, 2009
The only thing I know of that has helped people's allergies and asthma is Yamoa powder. see www.yamoapowder.com

“Allergy Sufferers Solution”

Since: Apr 09

Los Angeles, CA

#2 Apr 13, 2009
I have used OPC-3 to great effect.

www.marketamerica.com/flourish .

You can email me for more details.

It really does work.
Jennifer Watts

Roxboro, NC

#3 Apr 16, 2009
I'm using nose drops
julie

Oakville, Canada

#4 Apr 24, 2009
i read about lymph node shots , suppose to be excellent.
Jennifer Watts

Roxboro, NC

#5 Apr 25, 2009
I don't know
Jennifer Watts

Roxboro, NC

#6 Apr 25, 2009
some people get allergy shots in their arms
Simon

Leeds, UK

#7 May 2, 2009
I use the Qu-chi acupressure band to help relieve my hayfever symptoms. It seems to work really quickly and does not cause side effects like drowsiness. Its worth a go if you want a natural hayfever treatment.
Jennifer Watts

Roxboro, NC

#8 May 2, 2009
maybe going to tn will help my allergies get better
Aaron

Glasgow, UK

#9 May 6, 2009
I think ive had hives for the last 6 years on and off, but my situation doesnt sound as severe as alot of people on here. I literally get them only on my face and i will only get the one pop up and not a cluster of hives, they generally go down in an hour or 2 but really annoying.

I've mainly took anti histamines, but im starting to think they are not working, im using loratadine 10mg from store shelves, which i think works best in the past.

I started getting it from 17, i dont know what casued it, but it is everyday i get them now unless i use the daily pills.

Anyone else had this small mild case before, i think it may be stressed, but they dont pop up when im stressed but then ive read they can pop up mins or days after the initial cause.

Since: Sep 09

Almaty, Kazakhstan

#10 Sep 18, 2009
I find some information about Loratadine (Claritin) at http://loratadine.biz There is description of side effects, dosage, using of this medicine. Hope it will be useful.
Jennifer Watts

Duncan, SC

#11 Sep 19, 2009
I take claritin every morning
Gilles Beaudin

Toronto, Canada

#12 Oct 9, 2009
I used to rely on Claritin. And last year I started to take a product called Immunocal. It is a high quality whey product that increases your levels of glutathione. It is the king of anti-oxidants that boosts your immune system and detox your body. Now I don't need ant other medication.

http://www.immunotec.com/mpl
Jenstate

Rome, GA

#13 Oct 15, 2009
I use claritin, too, and it helps. I'm trying something new now. My first therapy session with BAX 3000 is tonight! It's a relatively new alternative treatment for allergy symptoms. I'll update and let you know how it goes. If you want to read about it, go here:

www.biovedawellness.com

Jennifer
Jennifer Watts

Roxboro, NC

#14 Oct 16, 2009
thanks
Furnace Filter

Theodore, AL

#15 Nov 9, 2009
Getting a good furnace filter with a high MERV rating will help filter dust and such.

This is www.filters-now.com/ has what Hospitals use which is MERV 13 rated air filters.
Liezl

Phoenix, AZ

#16 Nov 12, 2009
I was severely sick with allergies to everything I normally ate and drank. I had asthma and eczema. If you want to do something that permanently eliminates allergies without taking pills, shots or any type of medication, try looking up NAET - Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Technique. I am happy to say that I do not have to take any pharmaceuticals or even natural remedies anymore.
simon

London, UK

#18 Mar 1, 2010
Sally Cranfield wrote:
The only thing I know of that has helped people's allergies and asthma is Yamoa powder. see www.yamoapowder.com
I have just fitted the windows in my house with fly screens which have poll tex mesh, it keeps virually all the pollen out of my home. This year i'll be sleeping with the windows open.

Got the screens installed by a pest control company from Suffolk, they reckon its becoming more common for allergy sufferers to proof their homes and take less drugs.

“Kids Allergy”

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#19 Mar 10, 2010
There is so much help in KidsAllergy.org
John

San Diego, CA

#20 Mar 25, 2010
I found a good source about Zyrtec (Cetirizine)- http://cetirizine.biz At this site I found a lot of useful information - how to take, side effects, description, dosage.
Air Filters Delivered

United States

#22 Mar 23, 2011
High MERV air filters are the key and you need to change them every 3 months. http://filtersdelivered.net/blogs/fresh-air/2...

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