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Seasonal Allergies & Immune Health
By Nicole Kuleszka
These allergies happen when the immune system finds a “harmless substance”, such as dust or pollen in our environment, and considers it a germ or “invader”. It will try to protect your body and produce a substance called histamine in response.
When you are feeling ill due to allergies, try your best to give your body healthy nutrients to keep your immune system strong.
Have smaller, more frequent snacks and meals to help make sure your body still gets the nutrients it needs.
Get some rest, aim for at least 7 hours of sleep per night to help recover.
Practice good hydration by keeping fluids close by, setting reminders on your phone to hydrate, or by using soda water to keep things sparkling!
Eat fruits and veggies high in vitamin C such as citrus, berries, or peppers to help reduce the discomfort behind seasonal allergies. (Seo et al, 2013).
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