Relieve Your Allergies
Is it possible to avoid allergies and hay fever? Can I really spend more time outdoors?
The spring and fall are some of the best times of the year to be outdoors, enjoying the great weather. You want to go for a hike, ride your bike or just walk around the neighborhood or down by the river.
But your allergies or hay fever keep you stuck in the house. Just the thought of tree pollen, grasses or animal dander makes your eyes water and your nose clog up.
Your allergies and hay fever hold you back from the things you'd really like to do.
Yes, it is possible to reduce your allergy and hay fever symptoms naturally.
Allergies and hay fever are controlled by the way we breathe. If we breath incorrectly, changes in our body's chemistry make our immune system hyperactive. Allergens, such as pollen or dust, become a big deal for a hyperactive immune system, making us feel bad.
I can show you a breathing technique that will unblock your nose in just a few minutes, just like an antihistamine drug would do. More importantly, by learning to breath correctly, you can settle your hyperactive immune system, reduce and relieve your allergy and hay fever symptoms in just a few weeks (an average time, your results may vary.)
To learn more about how breathing can relieve your allergies or hay fever please ask for your free allergy/hay fever white paper in the next column over. Or better yet, come in for a breathing evaluation and let's confirm that your allergies/hay fever are related to your breathing.
It's time to enjoy
your favorite activities
all year long without allergies!
Get your free allergies & hay fever white paper. Sign up for a Breathing Evaluation.
The best way to understand how breath retraining can help your allergies and hay fever is to have your breathing evaluated by me.
You'll receive a 4 page report showing how your breathing compares to medical and observational norms. You'll also receive an action plan to change your breathing and relieve your allergy and hay fever symptoms.
Click on the button below to select a date and time for your breathing evaluation. It takes about 75 minutes and costs $75.