winona's health blog

June 12, 2009


Filed under: Allergies & Asthma — winonayournaturopath @ 11:28 am

Spring is often thought of as the time for allergies, but really any change of season can trigger allergies and asthma. But what is it about moving into autumn that gets you itching and sneezing? For many people a drop in the temperature is enough of a trigger, and when the humidity drops the air becomes drier and is more likely to irritate a sensitive respiratory system. You may be bringing winter clothes out of storage in moth balls and dust is being stirred up. All of these and more could trigger your allergies or asthma. In my practice I have been investigating new natural solutions to provide greater relief from allergy symptoms than ever before. ALLERGIES ARE NOTHING TO SNEEZE AT! …to read more follow the link below my pic!

winona your naturopath

winona your naturopath



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