Seasonal allergy season is upon us and you may be asking yourself, “what factors affect my seasonal allergies?”
The first step in addressing seasonal allergies is asking, why is the immune system compromised? What is contributing to high inflammation? What is filling up my histamine bucket?
There can be various causes and the reasons can vary from person to person.
Many of these underlying factors either contribute to inflammation, affect our immune system, or add to our histamine load which in turn exacerbates our allergies.
Underlying Factors that Affect Seasonal Allergies
- Food sensitivities
- Leaky Gut or Gut Dysbiosis
- Liver congestion
- High toxic burden
- Unmanaged Stress
- Lack of sleep
Ultimately, the goal is to identify and address the triggers in order to reduce inflammation and our histamine bucket load to reduce allergies.
With a root cause approach addressing the underlying factors, there’s hope for allergies and enjoying the great outdoors
If this sounds like you, there are ways to test for root causes, support your body, and address the triggers.
It starts with recognizing that you can do something about your seasonal allergies.
Sign up for a FREE 60 min consultation today and let’s assess your triggers!
– Becky & Jeff Witt