Fighting Fall Allergies?
Once again we are heading into that beautiful time of year…autumn.
For many, the fall season is also a miserable time of allergies, with sneezing, wheezing, runny noses and itchy eyes… or not. Did you ever wonder why some people have allergies and some don’t? Or, as for many who relocate to another area to live, why you didn’t have allergies until you moved?
Maybe it’s not allergies
“Oh, my sinuses are driving me crazy!” we often hear in our office. But many of our clients are surprised to find out that their sinuses aren’t the problem. The good news is that they don’t actually have allergies at all.
“Wait a minute, when I go outside my nose starts running and my eyes get blood-shot… how can you say I don’t have allergies?”
Is it your liver?
A majority of the “allergy” cases we see are actually due to an overloaded liver. That’s right. When the liver gets backed up, its effect shows up in the sinuses. And in today’s highly toxic environment this is more often the case than not. Preservatives, petroleum-based skin and hair products, pesticides, chemical cleaners, chlorinated water and air pollution–just to name a few–are all culprits.
Not to worry
This doesn’t have to be a lifelong condition. We are easily able to determine if your liver is overstressed or if you actually have an allergy… and we can help you with either.