Preparing for Allergy Season (with Dr. Stephanie Pina, ND, LAc)

Listen to Dr. Tom Roselle, DC and Dr. Stephanie Pina, ND, LAc discuss preparing for allergy season such as ways to reduce your exposure “stress allergens” and adjust your diet & lifestyle to limit allergy symptoms. When the body encounters stress, your body releases hormones and other chemicals, including histamine, a powerful chemical that leads to allergy symptoms. While stress doesn’t actually cause allergies, it can make an allergic reaction worse by increasing the histamine in your bloodstream. By preparing yourself for allergy season and also limiting stress, allergy season can be managed more effectively.

Also discussed, allergy symptoms beyond stuffy nose, itchy eyes, and sinus pressure. Allergies to environmental substances like pollens and trees are on the rise and with ever-changing may are worried how are they going to get through the next season.

This show episode discusses looking beyond the medications used to suppress symptoms and how improving the immune system, promoting our detoxification pathways and addressing our response to stress can help alleviate allergy symptoms.

Attend a free health education class on Preparing for Allergy Season on Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 7:00 PM at the Roselle Center for Healing.

There will be 90 minutes of information followed by 30 minutes of Q & A for those who need additional information.

This free health education lecture will be presented by Dr. Stephanie Pina, ND, LAc.

Call 703-698-7117 to register by phone or register online here now.


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