The change of seasons is a time that most look forward to. Colors, weather, decor, and clothing go through restoring transitions — and the changing of the four seasons is one of the things that makes living in the Northeast so wonderful.
Unfortunately for many, the change of seasons can be less than pleasant..
For allergy sufferers, an increase in pollen, mold and other allergens can cause sneezing, sniffling, itchy eyes, headaches, and an overall sense of feeling not-so-great. Right?
Even worse, this can lead to your immune system going in to overdrive leaving you more susceptible to infections like the common cold or other viruses.
So, if you're tired of the same allergy-fighting routine and of spending money on expensive antihistamines, give acupuncture a try.
It's long been known that acupuncture can help with pain and inflammation, which are two symptoms of allergies. The ancient procedure can also help repair the flow of qi throughout the body, along the meridian pathways.
In session, be sure describe the symptoms to your practitioner so they can strategically place the acuneedles at targeted points.
If you find yourself suffering from seasonal allergy symptoms, come on in and give treatment a try. You have nothing to lose (except your stuffy nose, that is!)
Read more on how allergies can be helped with acupuncture, here!