Tips For Spring Camping With Allergies

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Camping With AllergiesSpring is one of the most beautiful times of the year to camp and hike, but we also know that where there are flowers blooming and birds chirping, there is also pollen, spores and microscopic seeds floating all around us. So, I bring you these allergy fighting tips to use on your next springtime camping trip.

Homeopathic Remedies

Camping out in the wilderness means that you must be alert and on your toes at all times. There are a great many things to discover, enjoy and be aware of. You don’t want to be drowsy on allergy medication while you’re trying to enjoy the great outdoors! So, before you head to the medicine cabinet for something, try out some of these natural ways to fight off allergies.

  1. Vitamin C with Bioflavonoids: Boosting your immune system is a great way to fight off allergies and the infections that can sometimes follow them.
  2. Vitamin A: Fight the inflammation caused by allergies with vitamin A, even after the onset of symptoms. Subtle but effective, Vitamin A calms allergies and boosts immunity.
  3. Vitamin B5: This vitamin will boost your adrenal function, which is a great defense against stress. You may not know it, but your body gets stressed out during an allergic reaction.
  4. CoQ10: A natural antihistamine and stress blocker, this is a great vitamin to add to C and B5.
  5. Omega 3 Fatty Acids: Found in fish and supplements, take this with A and CoQ10. Within an hour, you should expect relief from the symptoms of your allergies.
    Nelsons Homeopathic Medicine: These neat little pills come in a clikpak that you can carry around with you in a purse or pocket and are made by Nelsons, a homeopathic remedy company that’s been in business for over 100 years. Visit them at www.nelsonshomoeopathy.co.uk.
  6. Airborne: Created by a teacher, this supplement is packed with amino acids, antioxidants and vitamins. You can find it in just about any grocery store.
  7. Juices, fruit and vegetables: Eating plenty of fruits and vegetables along with drinking orange, grape and cranberry juice before, during and after a camping trip can make a huge difference in how energetic and healthy you feel.

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Sure-Fire Way To De-stress

No Stress CampingOur world is ever changing and growing which is why we must take the time to reconnect with nature. Nothing is more important to our spirit than observing just how connected everything on this planet is. And with increasing cases of disease and illnesses, related to stress levels, the time we spend relaxing has become a necessity.

When you choose to camp as a form of relaxation, you are offering several things to your body and mind that they cannot experience in a controlled environment like work or home. Beautiful landscape and fresh air awakens the senses and can stimulate the nerves in the brain that, when overworked or unbalanced, cause depression. Furthermore, even the slightest amount of walking or working to set up a comfortable camp site, combined with a fresh environment and oxygen-filled air will increase circulation and blood flow throughout the body.

The natural approach to relaxation and de-stressing can be taken much further, while camping, without excess effort. Chinese teas that detox and regulate sugar levels are delicious and their effects are noticeable within days. Teas with Ginko, Dandelion, and Dong Quai (for the women) are excellent choices. Dandelion and red clover, found in most detox teas, are a great way to cleanse the kidneys and metabolism and

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