4 Allergy Treatment Options You Should Consider

Allergies are a pain to deal with no matter what kind you have, and over 50 million people in the US experience allergies every year.

Luckily, there are many allergy treatment options out there and it’s up to you to decide what works best for you. You have probably tried a variety of at-home treatment options, but have you ever considered rare and less well-known treatments?

If your allergies are bothering you to no end and you’ve reached the end of your rope trying to treat an allergy, this article is for you.

Read on to find out about how to treat your allergies with these four options you should consider today.

1. Acupuncture

You have likely heard of acupuncture, but it’s unlikely you have heard of people using it to treat their allergies.

The Solomon Auricular Allergy Treatment is a rare treatment option that can’t be found elsewhere. It was invented by Dr. Nadir Solomon and may permanently get rid of an allergy.

It may also drastically reduce allergies with just one treatment. One treatment can address 3-4 allergens. These can include food allergies, home or environment sensitivities, and chemical or medication sensitivities.

2. Think Natural

When it comes to combatting allergies, the more natural your approach to it is, the better. Whether it’s home cleaning supplies or the clothes you wear, natural products are less likely to irritate your allergies.

Not only is this an affordable treatment, but it’s good for your whole household! Switch to more natural laundry soap, hand soap, hair dye, and anything else you can think of!

You can even make natural, homemade cleaning solutions with simple, everyday ingredients.

3. Wear a Mask

Now that everyone has plenty of practice wearing a mask, the idea of wearing one outside to help curb allergic reactions seems simple!

Wearing a mask is trendier than ever now. You can find them anywhere now and they come in every color and pattern imaginable.

Throw one on when you leave the house, vacuum, or work in a yard. A mask may keep allergy treatment cost low for you if you can prevent a flare-up from getting too bad. Plus, they are affordable as well and easy to carry with you wherever you go.

4. Drink Up

One of the easiest ways to help treat allergies is by drinking more liquids.

You can pick from a variety of helpful, non-alcoholic drinks to ease your symptoms and help you get through the day. Water, juice, tea, and other natural liquids will help to thin the mucus inside you and provide relief.

If you opt for hot liquids, the steam that rises from your drink will help you even more!

Learn More About Allergy Treatment Options

Allergies can make doing the simplest things feel like a burden, but now you know some great allergy treatment options to make getting through them easier.

At Acupuncture Works, we’re passionate about helping you live your best life, allergy-free. That’s why we offer several acupuncture treatment options.

Contact us today to learn more about our services and make an appointment.

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Deborah Farley

Deborah Farley

Licensed Acupuncturist

Deborah Farley is the founder of Acupuncture Works, LLC in Lynchburg Virginia. She is licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia Board of Medicine as a Licensed Acupuncturist (L. Ac.) Learn More