Treat Respiratory Allergies with Homeopathy
Hypersensitivity is a natural reaction that affects the body on contact with allegens.The unfavourably susceptible individual produces side effects when in contact with these allergens, whichare otherwise safe to non-sensitive people. The primary explanation behind is that vulnerable people make an extraordinary sort of neutralizer called immunoglobin E (IgE), which can respond with natural substances in unsafe way. These substances which lead to emission of IgE antibodies are called allergens. The response amongst allergen and IgE antibodies causes the trigger the production of, for example, histamine, which producesunfavourably susceptible side effects in the skin, the nose, the eyes, the mid-section, and so on. The most widely recognized allergens are dust, house bugs,some medications, and different foods particularly eggs and nuts. Honey bee and wasp stings may bring about unfavourably susceptible responses, with lethal results in uncommon cases. Also beautifyingagents, and aromas can be allergens as well.
Two types of respiratory allergies:
- Spring allergies like hay fever are more common in the spring when plant pollination begins. Trees and grass cause most symptoms in the spring
- Perennial allergies are usually year-round problems. Common causes for persistent allergies include mould spores, pet fur and dust.
Causes and trigger of respiratory allergies:
- Pollens (trees, grass, and weeds)
- House dust
- Dust mites
- Air pollutants
Allergic reactions or diseases may involve any part of the body; the most commonly involved are the nose and the chest withsecondary symptoms of hay fever, or asthma, separately. The skin eyes also frequently show allergic symptoms. Anaphylactic shock is a severe allergy, which affects many organs at the same time causing a rapid decline in blood pressure, falling unconscious and occasional death.
Tips and remedies for respiratory allergies:
Apple cider vinegar is an age old remedy that is often recommended for a variety of health conditions. Using it for allergy relief will help people tremendously. The theory is that its ability to reduce mucous production and cleanse the lymphatic system makes it useful for allergies. It is also said to help digestion, weight loss and more so it is worth a try!
Nasal spray or nasal rise is another effective way to flush out the sinuses of allergens and irritations. A Neti pot is use to cleanse the nose of all the mucous and irritants.
Quercetin is a natural bioflavonoid that is said to help stabilize mast cells to keep them from releasing histamine. It is also a potent antioxidant that is said to help reduce inflammation. It is best used as a long term remedy and many people start taking it about 4-6 weeks before allergy season to help prevent allergy symptoms. As with any herb, you should check with your doctor before using, especially if you have a liver problem, are pregnant, or are on hormonal contraceptives.
Allergies are the consequence of an imbalance in the immune system that causes the body to react too strongly to stimuli. New studies link the presence of beneficial bacteria in the gut with reduced incidence of allergies.Evidence is even emerging that a mother’s gut bacteria during pregnancy and nursing can impact a child’s likelihood of getting allergies throughout life.
There isn’t much scientific evidence to back this one, but there seems to be a lot of anecdotal evidence from people who have tried it. The theory is that consuming local honey from where you live will help your body adapt to the allergens in the environment there.
Sometimes dietary changes can be the answer to allergy problems. Tailoring a diet according to one’s age, living environment and gender can help tremendously in improvingfrom allergic symptoms.Foods that can act as an allergen have to be avoided carefully. Nourishment needed for rebalancing the gut is definitely the need of the hour.
Homeopathy treatment for respiratory allergies:
Homeopathy is highly effective in the treatment of allergies and fully capable of stimulating the organism to heal to the point of complete relief from all allergy symptoms. Many of us have suffered from allergies at one time in our life, and usually the best treatment offered was symptomatic relief through avoidance of the allergen or through medication. Homeopathy, on the other hand, addresses the cause of the sensitivity to allergens at the deepest possible level; avoiding the allergen (the substance responsible for the allergic response) or resorting to suppression of symptoms through on-going symptomatic treatment becomes unnecessary once this sensitivity has been eliminated.