Are you still taking OTC allergy medications?

Oct 14, 2020

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Did you know that there are several allergy medications available in the market that work by blocking histamine 2 receptors? It’s fascinating how allergy medications like Benadryl, Claritin, Allegra, and Zyrtec are designed to function in this way. However, it is important to consider the potential long-term impact on your health when using histamine blockers, as supported by evidence from medical trials.

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Some of the symptoms associated with the use of histamine blockers include sedation, arrhythmia/tachycardia, nausea, headaches, PPI-associated pneumonia, watery diarrhea, bone pain, the onset of Osteopenia and Osteoporosis, blurred vision, erectile dysfunction (as histamine blockers prevent blood vessels from dilating), and even Vitamin B12 deficiency.

If you need assistance in determining the cause of your allergies, feel free to text me to schedule an appointment! In the meantime, I would suggest considering the use of Antronex, Zypan, and Albizia Complex. These products can be extremely beneficial in managing your symptoms and promoting overall well-being. You can find more information about these products and order them from here.

Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any further questions or if you would like to place an order. Take charge of your health today!

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Dawna Weiss, CN, PMP

Founded by clinical nutritionist, body-talk practitioner, and herbalist, Dawna Rider-Weiss, Inspired Living aligns your mind, body, and soul by delivering a scientific, clinical approach to food and herbs with an ancient but modern process for applying spiritual practices in everyday life. Schedule a session with Dawna by texting (916) 761-8431.

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Medical Disclaimer: What I’ve shared with you here is not intended to be a substitute for a medical diagnosis or treatment of any medical condition. Always seek the advice of your physician with any questions you may have regarding your own medical conditions.

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