LATE SUMMER & FALL ALLERGY PREVENTION
If you suffer from allergies to ragweed pollen and mold, the 2 most common late summer and fall allergens in Massachusetts, now is a good time to get acupuncture for management and reduction of allergy symptoms. Acupuncture can help reduce and relieve allergy symptoms such as runny nose, congestion, sneezing and itchy, watery eyes.
Starting acupuncture once a week now, before allergy season is at its peak, can help to reduce the severity of allergy symptoms by strengthening your body’s resistance and immune function. During allergy season it is recommended to get acupuncture once a week for mild symptoms, twice a week for moderate symptoms or 3 times a week for severe symptoms – or to combine some over the counter herb pills with acupuncture 1-2 times a week. We have 3 types of helpful over-the-counter herbs available for allergies, so please ask us about them if you’re interested and we’ll point out the ones that will be right for you.