By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Russell Shein
Do you love the outdoors? Have you ever felt like you are entering a fog while going outside, even on sunny and dry days? If this sounds familiar – you might be struggling with an outdoor allergy. There are all sorts of outdoor allergies that exist, and various combinations of these exist depending on genetics and other factors. The degree of symptoms also varies from person to person. People can present with any of the staple symptoms – runny nose, general fogginess, stuffiness, sneezing, headaches, etc. For some – these symptoms can be a mild irritant that is easily ignored. For others, they can be detrimental to your outdoor experience and have a direct impact on the course of your day.
There are many different allergens that exist. Pollen is the one most people associate with allergies, but you can also be allergic to molds, trees and grasses as well. The trick with environmental allergies is understanding exactly what it is you are allergic to. Our allergy testing kits look not just for whether or not you have allergies, but for which pollen, trees, grasses, and molds you are allergic to specifically. Often times it is only a few specific plants/trees that give you trouble – and avoiding these can help improve your symptoms.
Once the allergens are identified we can also suggest one of our supplements to help support your immune system to hopefully reduce the reactions.
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Medical disclaimer: Testing cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.