Dust Allergy Remedies: THESE home remedies can help keep the allergy at bay

Dust allergy can happen to anyone and it's important to know some remedies for it. Read below to find out some natural home remedies for dust allergies. These remedies can help you get rid of runny nose and sneezing.
Dust Allergy Remedies: THESE home remedies can help keep the allergy at bayDust Allergy Remedies: THESE home remedies can help keep the allergy at bay
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Do you often end up sneezing and wheezing at least 20 times in a row? Does runny nose often bother you? If yes, then you have an allergy which becomes annoying with time. Whether it's the weather or dust around your house, each season brings along something that acts as allergy triggers. Some people are allergic to animal fur, hair, and feathers, while others are allergic to pollen and mold. Dust allergy often causes shortness of breath, itchy and red eyes, itching, tightness in the chest, itching, and coughing, to name a few. 

 

If you are someone who is allergic to things, then here's how you can treat these allergies at home by using natural home remedies. These remedies will help you treat your allergies naturally and you'll see the results with time. 

 

Honey:

 

Raw and unadulterated honey contains less pollen and can help with dust allergies. Honey is great for those who have a seasonal allergy. If you are allergic, then consume 2tsp of raw honey twice a day and you'll see the results with time.  

 

Apple cider vinegar:

 

Apple cider vinegar has anti-inflammatory properties and is helpful to treat dust allergy and cold. It also has antimicrobial properties that can prevent aggravation of the allergy. In a glass of warm water, add 2tsp of apple cider vinegar and mix it well. Consume this drink twice a day to get rid of the allergy. 

 

Turmeric:

 

Turmeric is one of the best remedies for dust allergy. It contains curcumin that acts as a natural decongestant. Turmeric has antibacterial properties that can prevent your allergy from turning into an infection. In a cup of milk, add 1/2tsp of turmeric and bring it to boil. Add honey and allow the milk to cool. Consume it at least twice a day for better results. 

 

Peppermint tea:

 

Peppermint tea works great when it comes to treating dust allergies. It contains menthol that rises to the sinuses and acts as a natural decongestant, providing immediate relief from sneezing and a runny nose. In one cup of hot water add 1tsp of dried peppermint leaves. Allow it to boil for 10 minutes, strain the tea and let it cool. Drink the tea at least twice a day. 

 

Ghee:

 

Pure unadulterated ghee can help with constant sneezing. This is mainly because of its anti-inflammatory properties. If you are sneezing continuously then have 1/4tsp of ghee for immediate relief. Mix ghee with a little jaggery for better results.

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DISCLAIMER: These tips and tricks are advised based on research and easy accessibility. However, it is always advised to consult a doctor or to do a patch test before using them to avoid allergic reactions.

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