Healthy Tips for Seasonal Change

I forgot what it was like to have allergies. 

 

No seriously, totally forgot.  It’s been 5 years since I’ve lived in allergy inducing climates, and it’s pretty miserable. And I don’t know about you, but it’s a quick way to ruin my productivity, good mood and overall happiness if I am a sneezing, itching, sniffling mess.  

 

I am also not a huge fan of putting chemicals or unneccessary things in my body, which means that typically, I am just toughing allergy season out.  I wanted to give you a few tips on some things we do to try and offset the allergy attack that is the changing season.

 

1: Change your filters.  This is such an easily overlooked thing to do – but if you change your air filters when your allergies start to bother you, it can definitely help keep your house allergy free.

 

2: Local Honey.  It’s proven that using locally produced honey can help acclimate your body to the regions allergens.  Try using it in your tea, baked goods, or even in your coffee instead of sugar.

 

3: Zarbee’s Naturals Seasonal Relief.  It’s all natural, which means you aren’t putting harmful things into your body, and it’s non-drowsy, non-habit forming and completely PA-safe. It’s the first ever natural and clinically proven product that helps with seasonal pollen and congestion relief – and you can try it out by simply going to their facebook page and signing up to receive a free sample.

It truly is non-drowsy – this was always such a road-block for me with other allergy medications. I can find relief without feeling like my head is in a cloud. 

 

ZarBee’s Seasonal Relief is the 1st ever natural and clinically proven product that helps with seasonal pollen & congestion relief. Click here to learn how to get your free sample of the new Seasonal Remedies.

 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of ZarBee’s. The opinions and text are all mine.

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