Learn all about seasonal allergies: when they start, their symptoms, and what natural supplements you can take to help these symptoms.
There are many ways to manage and prevent inflammation and associated pain, and if the warmer weather has you raring to rush outside and get active, it can help to have some inflammation-busting supplements and strategies on hand, just in case.
There are many causes for fatigue, from lack of sleep to elevated stress levels. Dietary deficiencies may also cause tiredness. Unfortunately, a healthy diet is often one of the first things to go when we are stressed and overworked.
Our neighbours and friends may welcome spring flowers and the buds on trees, but things can look a little different if you suffer from seasonal allergies. In addition to the coughing, sneezing, sticky eyes, and a runny nose, a growing body of research also suggests a significant link between allergies and mood problems.
Hormones are always working to support a balanced and healthy life. Our growth and development, metabolism, sexual function, blood sugar balance, reproduction, and mood are regulated by our hormones.
The changes that occur when the body moves beyond its reproductive years can take us by surprise. Here is a simple roadmap to help you navigate the journey.
A first line of defence should always be food. Spring is the perfect time to increase your fresh and seasonal produce loaded with vitamins and minerals that can help combat some of those irritating symptoms.
We’ve heard about the importance of vitamin D even more than usual over the last year. The “sunshine vitamin” is made naturally in the skin from exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays. So does that mean that, with the dark days of winter behind us for now, we are automatically getting enough to avoid vitamin D deficiency? Not necessarily.
With Spring around the corner, so are seasonal allergies. Learn about specific nutrients and herbs that can help minimize histamine levels.
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