Are you ready to live? Really live that feeling good life you desire to live? Thank you for joining me today on the Feeling Good Podcast. Spring time is almost here, and while we love all things spring, the one thing that is not so loveable about spring time is allergy season! For a brief period of time during spring, because of all of the pollen produced by the beautiful flowers and trees, spring time means misery to a lot of people. Itchy eyes, runny nose, itchy skin, headaches, ear aches, sneezing, and coughing, are just some of the reasons it can definitely be a miserable time of the year for some. On today’s show, I will talk on how you can get some relief from these symptoms by taking preventative measures and using natural alternatives. I also have some great listener questions and another awesome Feeling Good Superhero Story to share with you today.
Key Takeaways from This Episode of The Feeling Good Podcast:
[2:13] Are you looking for relief from itchy eyes, runny nose, itchy skin, headaches, ear aches, sneezing, and/or coughing?
[3:01] Listener question #1 concerns using local, raw honey instead of OTC medicines for allergies.
[3:43] One of the best natural alternatives for allergy symptoms is to take preventative measures ahead of allergy season.
[4:14] What are some things you can do to lessen the amount of pollen you’re exposed to?
[4:50] Dr. Phil’s answer on using local, raw honey for alleviating allergy symptoms.
[6:05] But what if you just cannot tolerate local honey?
[6:30] Listener question #2 & Dr. Phil’s answer on what natural alternatives you can give a 1-year-old who suffers from chronic allergy issues.
[9:45] Processed cow’s milk is the #1 cause of allergy issues in children.
[10:51] What risks are associated with giving local honey to children under the age of one?
[11:32] This week’s Feeling Good Superhero story is about Ben & his mom Shelly regarding lactose sensitivity.
[15:12] If you have any questions you want answered, please email them to Dr. Phil: [email protected].
Mentioned in This Episode of The Feeling Good Podcast:
Dr. Laura Washington
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