The beautiful wild flower season is here in Perth along with the spring flowers the pollen count goes up and for some people this leads to a lot of discomfort. Symptoms can be runny noses, itchy eyes, and nasal congestion, sneezing, cough, sleeplessness, facial and sinus pain and a sore throat. A feeling of tiredness can also be a feature of this condition.
What are the natural option open to you? Acupuncture can help, this ancient Chinese treatment address the whole and not just the part. https://www.narture.com.au/acupuncture/ This Chinese medical treatment dating back thousands of years is available right here in Spearwood, Western Australia. Needles are inserted under the skin at points where it is considered energy lines run. This treatment helps with a variety of ailments from physical as well as mental conditions.
Those who suffer from seasonal allergies turn to antihistamines to find relief from the symptoms of hay fever. This is often the first port of call. Some use steroid nose sprays, repeated use of these sprays could lead to dependency. There are warnings enclosed in most allergy medication, however the print is small and we recommend you read the small print before taking any medication. For some people these remedies do not always give relief. Acupuncture offers an alternative treatment. Needles are inserted under the skin at specific points in a person’s body and this treatment can be helpful in reducing the symptoms of Hay fever.
There are alternatives in Nature and Narture can help you find an individual solution for you. If you are not sure of what to do then please visit our clinic in Spearwood and have a confidential discussion on a way forward. An initial consultation usually takes about an hour and a half. Similar to other complementary modalities, a detailed medical, diet, social and environmental history is obtained from the client. The patients presenting complaint or symptoms are important as they are the first problems to be addressed along with the underlying cause of the problems. As with all holistic health care the person is treated rather than the disease. https://www.narture.com.au/herbal-medicine/ It is believed vitamin C can help relieve some of the symptoms of this season ailment. It is also believed that honey can help reduce the problems associated with Hay fever. Some sufferers have found that parsley can be helpful, adding honey and chamomile tea can help make the drink more palatable.
There are a variety of solution we will be happy to discuss these with you and find a way forward that will help reduce the impact of hay fever. If you live in O Connor, North Coogee, Hamilton hill, Bibra Lake, Coogee, Munster, Yangebup, Fremantle, South Fremantle and East Fremantle our Spearwood clinic is easy to reach, there is free parking at our the clinic. Welcome to Narture we are here to help make your life easier. Address: u6/83 Mell Rd, Spearwood WA 6163 Phone: 0467 342 223 Email firstname.lastname@example.org