Posts Tagged ‘seasonal allergies’
Doctors often prescribe oral antihistamines and nasal steroids to patients who experience symptoms of seasonal allergies, including runny nose and watery eyes. Researchers led by Dr. Benno Brinkhaus from Charite-University Medical Center in Berlin, Germany found that acupuncture may offer an alternative way to treat these symptoms without the side effects of medications. Previous studies have shown conflicting results on the benefits of acupuncture for seasonal allergy symptoms. In their new study, the authors report in the Annals of Internal Medicine, that allergy sufferers may experience relief with a few weeks of treatment with acupuncture. The study involved 422 patients […]
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