For many prone to seasonal allergies, this time of the year would mean excessive coughing and sneezing. A relatively typical type of allege is dust allergy, which is brought on by little dust mites. Managing this disorder is genuinely difficult, as it can be started by a variety of substances. Some common signs of a dust allergy include sneezing, runny nose, teary eyes, coughing, and breathing difficulties.
In a recent Instagram post, Ayurveda and gut health coach Dr. Dimple Jangda shared some effective Ayurvedic remedies to fight dust allergy.
Turmeric is a powerful spice that is a panacea for myriad health issues, including dust allergy symptoms. It reduces constant coughing and swelling from environmental irritants. Drinking a glass of warm turmeric milk at night before bedtime helps treat dust allergy.
Containing ample volumes of cooling bioactive components as well as antimicrobial elements, tulsi is an age-old home remedy for a host of respiratory complaints, including dust allergies. Boil the leaves in warm water, and distil the extract to prepare a herbal drink. Sipping this tulsi tea treats signs of inflammation and dust allergies.
Black cumin or kalonji is a storehouse of antimicrobial agents that thwart infection and inflammation in the respiratory tract. A herbal remedy for allergic rhinitis is black cumin seed oil, which when applied and massaged on the nose and throat twice a day aids in the decongestion of the nasal and oral passages.
Ardhachandrasana, Pavanamuktasana, Vrukshasana and Setubandhasana are beneficial yoga postures for allergies. Pranayama (breathing exercise) helps a lot to increase the body's immunity to allergens. It ensures proper nourishment and functioning of body cells.