A few more days and we will welcome the autumn season. Beautiful period for lovers of drizzles, walks in the midst of nature and scattered leaves. Speaking of leaves and flowers, the ProiezionidiBorsa team recently took care of which bouquet will be in trend for the brides who will get married in autumn.
But the arrival of autumn also brings seasonal ailments with it: allergies and asthma. Those who are allergic, in fact, in this period could experience a worsening of symptoms because it is the season of pollen and mites.
Coughing and sneezing are the initial symptoms of this condition and watch out for these foods
Apart from these, other symptoms are lacrimation, stuffy nose, rhinitis, sore throat, itching and shortness of breath. Those who are allergic must pay particular attention to grasses and betulaceae, in particular. It is really important to investigate this. Prevention is the weapon we have at our disposal to ward off a possible fatal allergy. Being aware, in fact, of being allergic to a certain food or pollen, we can make sure that nothing dangerous happens.
For this reason it is of fundamental importance to always have antihistamines, bronchodilators and corticosteroids with you.
But prevention also serves to be aware of what to eat. It may seem strange but nutrition is also very important. The Veronesi Foundation claims, in fact, that it is necessary to pay close attention to the diet in case of allergy.
Based on the allergy to a certain plant, by association of the composition, we should avoid certain foods. This is called a cross allergy. Now let’s see the foods not recommended in case of allergies to birch and grass pollen.
Those allergic to birch should avoid eating dried fruit, carrot, pear, apple, celery, broad bean and soy. Instead, those allergic to grasses should avoid eating lemon, orange, grapefruit, wheat, plum, tomato and dried fruit.
Who would have thought. Yet eating these foods could cause symptoms and general malaise to worsen. So coughing and sneezing are the initial symptoms of this condition and beware of these foods.
Some grandmother’s remedies involve the use of chamomile and ginger to relieve allergy symptoms. Some of these include the use of citrus fruits for their vitamin C content. Nevertheless, we have seen that those who are allergic to grasses should avoid them.
These are natural remedies but remember that it is essential to always use caution and to contact your doctor first.