10 Home Remedies for Allergies 

Avoid Allergy Trigger

Doctors say that if your child is prone to seasonal allergies, the best way to treat symptoms is to avoid the allergens in the first place.

Allergy-Proof Your House

Keep your windows closed, especially when warm, dry conditions make it easier for pollen to travel on the breeze.  

Reduce Pollen Cling

Like fine household dust, pollen clings to clothes, skin, and just about anything else it lands on.  

Protect Your Kid's Eye

One of the easiest ways to get more protein into your diet is to simply make it a priority at every single meal you eat.  

Prioritise protein at every meal

Itchy, red, teary eyes are one of the most aggravating symptoms of allergies. 

Try a Saline Solution

Older children may want to try nasal irrigation with a drugstore or homemade saline solution (most instructions ask for mixing distilled or boiled water with non-iodized salt).

Stay Away from Smoke

Smoking can increase allergy problems in children, so keep them away from it. Avoid public smoking areas.

Use Cold Compresse

Has your child have itchy eyes from nasal allergies? A cold compress helps relieve itching and pain. Tell your kids not to rub their eyes—it worsens itching and irritation.  

Drink Plenty of Water

Yup, plain ol' H2O can work wonders. Drinking enough each day is important because blowing and sneezing can dry your kid out.  

Look Into Alternative Treatment

Some allergy sufferers swear by alternative home remedies for seasonal allergies. 

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