Equip yourself with salt therapy preparing for the allergy season

Ragweed, ryegrass, pigweed, goldenrod, nettle, spear plantain. For many, these are just plants, for others they are bugaboos. The allergy season is raging even in late August and in the first months of autumn. Alleviate the symptoms with salt therapy.

The allergy season in late summer and early autumn

In the Indian summer, it is not only the still warm weather, but also the intensifying symptoms that those who sufferer from allergy have to deal with. This is when ragweed, which happens to cause the biggest problem, blooms, affecting almost 20% of the Hungarian population. Of course, this is not the only allergen that causes sneezing and tears during this period: nettle, black wormwood, spear plantain also bloom at this time.

Although the showers at the end of the summer are able to reduce the amount of pollen entering the air, concentration of pollen increases again during the drier periods.

Cooler weather can bring relief to some, while others prepare their handkerchiefs and various tricks they use to fight allergy. This is because allergens as strong as pollen in spring and summer circulate around in the cold autumn air. Ragweed can cause discomfort in the same way, and care must be taken with the spores emitted by the mold. Cool and humid weather is ideal for molds, so they are able to multiply to a greater extent.

This is how salt therapy can help

Allergy can be prevented and treated with dry salt therapy perfectly well. Salt crystals have an anti-inflammatory effect, they have a beneficial effect already when inhaled, so there is no need to wait for hours for the symptoms to decrease. It can help clean the airways, making it easier to breathe.

This is a 100% natural way to alleviate the discomfort during the allergy season. It is recommended to perform the therapy several times a day for 21 days. Salt inhalers are recommended also outside of the allergy season for prevention also for those who do not have allergies.

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