9. Reduce stress levels
People with higher levels of stress report more allergy symptoms, says Stukus. In fact, 64 percent of participants with higher stress levels in a recent Ohio State University study had more allergic episodes over two 14-day periods, reveals a Ohio State University study published in the Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology. “Getting a good night’s rest, exercising regularly and having a well-balanced lifestyle to reduce your stress may also help improve your allergies,” Stukus says.
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