Updated: Mar 1
How to lower the dazzle of hay fever and seasonal allergies
Are you excited about the rising temperature and nature’s blossom?
You go outside to enjoy the warmth of the sun and the smell of budding flowers when it all comes back: the itchy eyes and throat, runny nose, chills, heaviness, and fatigue. Depending on the intensity, it can even feel like you can't breathe, and you just want to stay indoors with your windows closed.
It is the time to go outside. You don’t want to deal with these problems!
I know this too well.
For years I suffered from severe hay fever which then turned into asthma. I have taken various medications that have made me tired and weak.
Then I started to change my lifestyle, practiced yoga and breathing exercises, added different cleansing routines, and changed my diet. Now I only have mild symptoms and my asthma disappeared.
There's currently no cure for hay fever, but most people are able to relieve symptoms with treatment, at least to a certain extent.
The most effective way to control hay fever would be to avoid exposure to pollen. However, it's very difficult to avoid pollen, particularly during the summer months when you want to spend more time outdoors.
In this guide, I’ll show you how to get a good grip on hay fever, ease the discomfort and, ease the symptoms in a holistic way, with handpicked yoga and breathing exercises, lifestyle & food tips.
You will have access to the guide for the duration of your membership of the ‘FEEL BETTER' Library.
On top of this, you can enjoy the complete library, which includes over 60 videos that are all designed to bring ease into your day and support you in maintaining a happy, healthy life.
I’ll guide you through step by step. We keep it simple, easy, and doable! The goal is that you can enjoy the spring and summer as much as possible.
Registrations are open from now and the guide will be launched on the 8th of March, 2021. Let’s get started, the earlier the better.