Ancient natural treatment brings allergy relief
Well, the good news is that spring is in the air. The bad news is that pollen is too.
If you suffer from seasonal allergies like me, you know what a drag they can be. Instead of spending your spring smelling the roses, you spend it sifting through a medicine cabinet full of nasty nasal sprays and dodgy prescription pills.
Well, some much-needed — and pill-free — relief may be on the way, thanks to a new study out of Germany.
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Talking about seasonal allergies which are very common here is an interesting finding.
Here’s the scoop. Researchers assigned 422 people with seasonal allergies to receive a handful of treatments, including acupuncture. And what they found was amazing — after eight weeks of acupuncture, a staggering 71% of patients reported improvement in their seasonal allergy symptoms.
According to a scale used to measure allergy symptoms, the severity of these patients’ symptoms decreased by an impressive 37%.
Let’s be honest — even over-the-counter allergy medications are nothing to fool around with. Common allergy treatments have been linked to drowsiness, constipation, irregular heartbeats, seizures, and more.
Acupuncture, on the other hand, is a perfectly safe and side-effect-free treatment that has proven itself time and again over literally centuries of research and use.
So if common seasonal allergy medications have let you down — and, believe me, you’re not alone if they have — or if you just want to try a safer remedy with proven long-term health benefits, give acupuncture a try.
Find a licensed acupuncturist in your area, and see if you can spend this spring sniffle-free.
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