4 things to stop doing and 5 things to start to help reduce allergy symptoms
Every year, cold and flu season ploughs through you and your kid's sinuses like a wrecking ball, leaving people feverish, home from work, and school and feeling pretty miserable. However, even the worst colds do eventually pass, hopefully a little faster with excellent treatments like elderberries, steam, and a lot of naps. Unfortunately, as we start to close the door on cold and flu season (which seems to be still running rampant), seasonal allergies are around the corner. This post will talk about ways to identify an environmental allergy vs. infection, the impact of allergies on kids, and different natural treatments.