St. Louis Allergy Relief Center in St. Louis MO, Helps Alleviate Allergy Symptoms Naturally

Press release   •   Sep 23, 2016 22:44 EDT

Chesterfield, MO, 24-September-2016 -- An allergy is one of the peskiest of conditions to plague many people. Allergies, for the most part, are frustrating to deal with, because sometimes you do not know what the allergen is that is giving you so much grief.

Allergic reactions present as minor reactions to life-threatening circumstances.

  • Some symptoms of allergies include,
  • Sinus congestion
  • Runny nose
  • Chest congestion
  • Dry mouth
  • Skin itches
  • Internal and external hives
  • Sneezing and sniffles
  • Coughing
  • Mucus buildup in the throat and lungs
  • Stomach upset
  • Eczema
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Respiratory wheezing
  • Red, swollen and itchy eyes
  • Swelling anywhere in or on the body
  • Decreased immunity and frequent infections
  • Allergies can come about from any internal or external allergen. Allergies can be strictly seasonal or caused by foods, pet dander, molds, mildews, dust, chemicals, environmental, and more. You may only have allergy problems in particular seasons or year around.

    Things you love the most sometimes cause you the most grief, such as dairy, chocolate, your pets, soy, nuts, fish, and more. You need to avoid the things you know to cause allergic reactions.

    Winning the war on allergies is the battle most people fight every day in one way or another. Winning this fight means you must know what you are fighting. In this case, you must avoid, at all cost, the thing that triggers your allergy symptoms, you have no other option.

    For example, if milk and dairy products cause unpleasant reactions after consuming them, such as diarrhea, stomach cramps, headache, nausea, and vomiting, you may not have an allergy at all. You may have lactose (milk sugar) intolerance.

    In this case, your body does not digest this milk sugar found in dairy products. Your options are:

  • Avoid all dairy products
  • Take a supplement to help your body dissolve lactose
  • See your chiropractor for help
  • If you randomly break out in hives and do not have a clue why this happened, you probably never will, so you take medication to relieve skin itching and wait for them to disappear. Sometimes your emotions and stress can trigger a hive outbreak; it is hard to answer why this happens. Something has to trigger this reaction, and all you can do is second guess the problem.

    Food dyes, additives, preservatives, and grains found in most all foods are a big concern for people suffering from allergies. You must learn to read food labels and be vigilant with everything you buy and eat.

    If eliminating allergens from your life are not possible, then all you can do is decrease of the symptoms.

    If taking medications or allergy shots all the time is not your cup of tea, you may want to consider visiting a chiropractor for noninvasive relief from your allergies.

    In Conclusion

    A St. Louis MO allergist knows how to alleviate allergy symptoms naturally. Nagging allergies need attention. If you do not attend to your allergies, they can lead to something more serious such as asthma. Asthma spawns chronic episodes of bronchitis, pneumonia, and upper respiratory infections. These, in turn, can develop into advanced and serious health conditions such as terminal COPD, and digestive disorder like IBS, diverticulitis, and more. Contact your St. Louis MO allergist today for a consult regarding your allergy concerns.

    Company Name: St. Louis Allergy Relief Center

    Address: 1415 Elbridge Payne Road, #145, Chesterfield, MO 63017

    Contact Telephone Number: (314) 384-9304



    Contact: Douglas Carpenter

    Address: 1415 Elbridge Payne Road, #145, Chesterfield, MO 63017

    Contact Telephone Number: (314) 384-9304