Hay-fever and allergy season is here and many people are finding they are being affected in uncomfortable ways. And while it is bad enough to have seasonal allergies, in today’s world of Covid-19, when a person is sniffling and sneezing – albeit from seasonal allergies — people around the sniffling individuals are worried and concerned that the sniffles could be something worse, and contagious.
And for the poor individual who is attempting to stifle their sniffles under the required face-coverings that are still the norm when visiting many offices and stores — there they are trapped behind their required mask, and sniffling with seasonal allergies. When allergies are bad there is often the constant itchy, runny nose.
Do you race to the corner drugstore and buy over the counter products — but find, like many have found that the available over-the-counter products may not make much difference in how you feel? What to do? What has a chance of helping?
Studies Show Acupuncture Can Help With Allergies
When seasonal allergies attack, before you feel like there is no escape from an itchy, runny nose consider Acupuncture to help you this season. New studies are showing that allergy sufferers are seeking relief in far greater numbers for their symptoms through Acupuncture treatments — as an alternative to traditional treatments, for hay-fever, allergy and rhinitis.
Other reports have shown, that in the Unites States alone, more than $1.2 billion is spent annually on medications and preventative measures to avoid hay-fever and rhinitis. But now more and more people find that these treatments are not working for them and many more of those affected are turning to Acupuncture.
This season give Acupuncture a chance to help if you find yourself are being affected with seasonal allergies and hay-fever.
Call Acupuncture Alternatives at 480-671-5178 and schedule an appointment.