Whether it's food allergies, plant allergies, and/or indoor allergens (dust, mold, pet dander, etc), here's some tips!
* Avoid High Histamine Foods - I spoke a bit about histamine foods already. Histamine is released in the body as an immune response. People with low DAO enzyme levels often have allergic reactions to many foods. You can build your DAO levels up with Omega 3s, Calcium, Iron, Zinc, and Vitamin B12. You may also want to go easy on eating too much high histamine foods like alcohol, canned fish, smoked meats, yeast, pickled foods, and aged cheeses. The list is long if you really need to check more histamine foods. Focus on eating more low histamine foods like kale, blueberries, ginger, fresh cooked salmon, fresh cooked chicken, fresh green apples, cooked egg whites, onions, broccoli, cauliflower, green beans, organic oats, and more!
* Head to the Beach - I spoke a bit about how great salt is as a spiritual cleanser. Salt water breezes, some cleansing spring rains, a lack of pollinating plants, and some sunshine Vitamin D are all great for allergies!
Supplement with more Vit D if you have a permanent tan. We need more Vit D than our pale pals. :)
* Filter Indoors - Air filters, wood floors, weekly cleaning, and a minimalist decor can all cut down on indoor allergens. Wearing indoor slippers, washing your clothes after you come in from outside, and not owning indoor pets can also help.
If you do wish to own indoor pets, consider allergy friendly ones.
* Exercise in Early Evening or Indoors - Pollen counts rise in the morning and peak in the afternoon. Late afternoon to early evening can sometimes be best for exercise. Less UV rays also come in after 4 pm. The strongest UVs are during 10 am to 4 pm. You'll still need sun protection regardless though. An allergy face mask like Pitta can assist for any walks and/or errands.
* Drink Filtered Water - Water is a great way to detox throughout the day. Ideally it's best to drink a glass of water every few hours, after any body water loss, and after eating.