Home remedies provide no assurance; this is a typical answer of a person who always seeks assistance to a medical team or physician. However, there are cases that home remedies seem to be more effective than taking any prescribed medication. If you have, natural home remedies it will make you feel that you have a doctor at home. All- natural ways in order to treat any ailment can be done quickly, effectively, and safely at your own home. You just have to look at your surroundings for you to be able to find an applicable treatment.
Below are some of the home remedies for allergies:
- Make use of Saline Solution
Salt water or saline solution can help pacify respiratory allergies by eliminating irritants that lodged in the nose then immediately results to inflammation. Saline solution can also wash some of inflammatory cells.
You can purchase this at any local drugstore you can have a fresh solution for yourself daily through mixing salt (teaspoon) in a warm, distilled water and adding a squeeze baking soda. Then, you bend over to sniff a small solution into your nostril one at a time. Do this routine, once twice daily.
- Be Cautious of the air
Breathing contaminated air can worsen your allergy symptoms. Allergies are usually due to airborne toxins. If you noticed that the air seems to be polluted, do not stay on that area. If possible, you stay away from those who are smoking. If there is a need for you to go outside, you can make use of surgical mask.
It is necessary that you wash your hair if you spend long enough outside in order to remove the pollen on your hair. The yellow stuff that appears to be sticky may fall on your eyes that may trigger rise of allergy.
- Steam your own face
Breathing steam will refresh and sooth irritated sinuses. It is a wonderful feeling once you try it. Just boil water and pour it in a large bowl, then you carefully lean over the sink or bowl, and put a towel on top of your head. Do this for 5 minutes or more.
- Wash your pet
It is known fact that pets can trigger attack of allergies. It is a good idea that you wash them frequently. The sweat and saliva of your pet can cause allergy. In addition, you should also wash your hands with clean water and soap after you bath your pet.
- Go Bare
Keep your floors vacuumed, bare, and damp-mopped twice a week in order for you to get rid of germs that can cause allergy.