8 Of The Strangest Allergy Cures From Around The World

Posted on Oct 21 2014 - 7:05am by Alexandra Ashton

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Lately allergies have become a permanent participant of our lives. Whereas 20 years ago rarely any child had allergy problems, today that is a persistent problem. Indeed, the times are changing, and with them our diseases. Fortunately, science is also developing which is resulting in medications that can help suppress allergic reactions. Around the world there are a number of alternative, somewhat strange allergy cures. These strange cures can help you deal with a variety of unpleasant symptoms of allergies like sneezing, itching, swelling and congestion. Are you ready to try anything to help you with your allergies? Maybe you should wait a moment and read this clever infographic to find out more. Believe it or not, but some of these strange allergy cures have not yet been scientifically proven. Even though lot of these alternative cures can actually be really helpful, you should always do your homework before trying any of the miracle cures. You wouldn’t want to do more harm than good to your body.

One of the unproven cures is use of roll – on deodorant. You can use it for reacting to bug bites. Just rub afflicted area with the roll on and the aluminium chloride found in some deodorants will cure painful bites. This cure is unproven because there were no studies done, but many people believe it is useful. One of the useful strategies for the prevention of nasal allergies is the use of Neti pots. Fill your pot with saline solution and pour up one nostril so it rinses through the other. The saline flushes out allergens and loosens mucus, relieving sinus pressure. In this clever infographic you will find different ways that will help you cope with your allergies. Find out which widespread beliefs you can believe, and which of them are just a folks tale.

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Alexandra Ashton

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.