4 Simple ways to treat seasonal allergies
Updated: Sep 9, 2019
Inflammation is a process by which your body's immune system gears up to protect you from infection. It is like tiny soldiers protecting a country from invasion. However, sometimes, when the threat is no longer there, the immune system struggles to let its guard down. This then results in the uncomfortable, congested, swollen, irritating symptoms we struggle with during seasonal change.
While we can't get rid of our immune system, we can help calm it down in natural ways. Watery eyes, a runny nose, and a scratchy throat can all be as a result of inflammation caused by a perceived threat. This threat can either be food, pollen, chemicals, or even stress. You can allow your immune system to adjust naturally but this can take time and trigger even more allergies, or you can try some natural supplements to promote healthy inflammation.
Below is a list of our top four springtime Sportron products. Sportron offers a range of wellness products that incorporate FoodState® technology. FoodState® nutrients absorb more effectively than other products and are retained up to 16 times longer by the body.
Respitron is available in a syrup blend of vitamins and minerals blended with herbs and contained in a honey and fructose base. The syrup contains amongst other things; magnesium, vitamin C, vitamin E, and all the B vitamins that can help you better manage your allergy symptoms.
Respitron tablets contain a combination of herbs that can help people who suffer from hay-fever, nasal congestion, and sneezing during spring. If you struggle to swallow tablets we recommend you try Respitron syrup instead.
If you find yourself in a constantly stressful environment, your body is always ready for action. Not effectively managing your stress confuses your immune system, risking recurring inflammation. We love Sportron's Neurotron which alleviates nervousness and stress. It will help you cope with the demands and challenges of your busy life.
This vitamin C supplement can help boost your body's natural ability to deal with allergens. Vitamin C can help keep your immune system from overreacting to environmental triggers by decreasing histamine production. Histamine is the chemical in the body that causes many of the symptoms of allergies.
Sportron's nasal spray contains dead sea salts that have an anti-inflammatory effect. Nasogard contains a combination of herbal oils including Peppermint, Thyme, Eucalyptus, Tea tree, Spearmint, and Rosemary that target and remove nasal-sinus irritants.
If you are looking for an all-in-one supplement solution, we recommend Sporton’s Allergy Pack. Not only does it contain Respitron syrup/tablets, but it also comes with Calcitone, which has natural antihistamine properties to help strengthen the respiratory system and reduce the occurrence and severity of inflammation.
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