Allergy free living at home may seem out of reach for those suffering from lingering symptoms such as itchy eyes, hives, sneezing, even difficulties breathing. Most of us have dealt with allergies at some point in our lives. If not, you may count yourself as one of the lucky few as researchers believe that nasal allergies may affect roughly 50 million people in the U.S; this doesn’t even include other allergy types, such as skin, food, and drug allergies.
Not all allergies are completely curable, but there are many steps, outside of prescription or over-the-counter medications that you can take to relieve and remedy your allergies in a natural way. Learn more about different ways to naturally live allergy free at home!
Allergy Types and Symptoms
The first step to naturally relive allergies is to find the source, or sources, of the allergens. Allergies can enter your body and cause symptoms in many different ways: inhaled through your nose and into your lungs, ingested by mouth, by injection (like medicine through a needle or insect sting), or through absorption (plants like poison ivy or other materials).more...
Prepping to organize your linen closet is one of those spring cleaning chores that can be super intimidating and easy to put off. How often do you open the linen or hall closet only to let out a long sigh thinking: "I've got to organize this mess!"
We all have our obstacles preventing us from getting organized and/or reasons why we procrastinate with such a tedious task. So before we walk you through our spring tip tutorial, let's tackle this very important question; why organize your linen closet?more...
We all know the feeling when we haven’t slept long enough or well enough. We’re groggy, tired and irritable. While sleep loss has been known to cause all kinds of accidents, there is a deeper effect on our long term mental and physical health. The following are just a few negative effects of lack of sleep on your health.
Sleep plays an important role in learning. Without enough sleep your attention and problem solving is impaired. You'll experience a reduced ability to concentrate. Interestingly, during the night, various sleep cycles help consolidate memories. Without enough sleep, your brain cannot remember what was learned during the day.more...