Sometimes these allergies can be seasonal, while others you may be susceptible to year round, which is a constant problem that affects your daily life. You might even miss days of work or children who have trouble focusing in school, since they feel so miserable.
The ACAAI (American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology) says that allergies are the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the United States, which is probably why the drugstore shelves are stocked with over-the-counter remedies to try and help people alleviate their pesky symptoms. Those medications sometimes don’t even work very well. Here is our list of the top ten worst airborne allergens and and how to deal with them.
The List Of The Ten Worst Allergens
House dust mites
Other dander and organic fibers
An Allergen That Wrecks Havoc For Sufferers
Obviously some areas of the country are more likely to be dealing with certain allergens. It’s estimated that 75 percent of people with allergies are allergic to airborne ragweed. This plant grows everywhere in abundance, so that’s why it’s an issue to deal with each year. Other than making sure your yard is ragweed free by cutting down those plants, you need to find relief elsewhere.
A Solution To Treat Your Allergies and Asthma
Treat your ragweed allergies more effectively with salt therapy or halotherapy at The Salt Suite®. We are a non-invasive, all natural way to treat the symptoms of your allergy issues. All you have to do is commit to a regimen of salt room therapy to make your symptoms less irritating to your life. Each session lasts around 45 minutes. You can read, use your tablet, or even just sit calmly enjoying the salty air, as it helps loosen up your air passageways to make breathing easier. Call us today to find out exactly how The Salt Suite® can make your allergen problems a thing of the past.
“During a typical adult session customers put their feet up in a comfortable leather chair rest or read and breathe in a dry salt aerosol. The micro particles are blown in the air by halo generators. In our separate children’s room kids play in a big sand box except with salt on the walls and floor and play while breathing in the dry salt air.”