4 Quick & Natural Remedies To Relieve You From Sneezing

Give your sinuses a break with natural remedies that can help rid you of your sneeze and boost immunity.

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How to help stop sneezing and boost your immunity with these natural remedies

Once cold season arrives, we all try to avoid getting sick like the plague. But its inevitable – we’re going to get sick. Consider all of those door knobs your touching, hands your shaking and subway poles your holding; it’s a germ infested world out there.

To prevent yourself from carrying a tissue in your pocket at all times, here are a few natural remedies that can help stop sneezing and boost your immune system immediately.

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Eat your green veggies

In a mice study, eating green veggies ensured healthy, well-functioning immune cells in the gut and skin. Pass the peas, please! (One way to eat more green veggies is to start juicing.)

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Chicken soup is not just for the soul

This tasty remedy could have real results: Research suggests that chicken soup may be anti-inflammatory and potentially help with upper respiratory tract infections.

To elevate your go-to chicken soup recipe, try this spicy chicken soup recipe.

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Bring on the good bacteria!

Probiotics are really a staple buy these days to keep your gut happy, but sometimes we can forget the benefits they can have on the rest of our health. A 2017 study found that taking a combo of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacteria helped seasonal-allergy sufferers experience fewer sinus symptoms.

If you’re curious, here’s everything you need to know about probiotics.

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Zinc: A virus-fighting miracle

Want to get over your cold up to three times faster? Zinc lozenges are the only supplements that have been shown to substantially speed recovery.

Originally Published in Best Health Canada

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