Reduce stress and get rid of allergies

Which of these Stress Management Methods Will You Use to Get Rid of Your Allergies?

After years of study, science confirms that the positive effects of relaxation extend further to you than a cool temperament and favorable physical benefits. Staying calm, according to scientific research from several studies helps reduce allergies. This is good news for those suffering with hypersensitivity or related issues.

This means that if you take steps to manage your stress, you can see a reduced amount of allergic reactions. This information comes after over thirty years of research. However, you do not have to wait thirty years to find solutions for yourself to reduce or eliminate your allergic reactions.

Although western science is just now beginning to realize the tremendous benefits of the diverse relaxation techniques used for centuries throughout various cultures around the world, the people who utilize and practice them have long understood and acknowledged a variety of somewhat incidental, yet beneficial aspects.

3 Things You Can Do

Here are three stress management applications you can use to reduce stress and with great promise significantly lower your allergy responses. Remember though, managing stress is mental just as much if not more than physical. For you to have success it requires more than just going through the motions.

You have to commit fully in order to achieve the best results.

Then you have to allow the results time to appear.

  1. Aromatherapy. This works wonders and helps to release chemicals in your brain that create a positive mood. Who doesn’t enjoy awesome fragrances?
  2. Drink herbal teas. Although they are popular for their exotic flavors, herbal teas with calming herbs and essences can help relax your mind and ease tension.
  3. Meditate. Shown for thousands of years to be a benefit. Additionally it may help you find solutions to issues that cause stress. A clear mind can solve problems.

Aromatherapy, herbal teas and meditation all can reduce stress in your mind and body. However, it is better for you to avoid stress from the start. Evaluate yourself and situations you encounter to find where you can improve your life.

Making changes to your daily routine or other adjustments, such as changing your route home from work, the shows you watch, sites you visit or even the people you hang out or associate with can improve your life and make it less stressful.

Be proactive in your stress management.

Quick Note

The studies conducted did not research every allergy under the sun, however the findings did substantiate the relationship between stress and allergies. In particular the more stress you have, the more histamines you produce, which in turn enhances and advances allergic reactions. And according to one study, antihistamines do not reduce the effects of stress induced allergies.

If you or someone you know has allergies now you know why those medications (prescription or over-the-counter) don’t always work. More than likely it is stress.

Take action today, manage your stress and help reduce your allergies too.

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