Healthy in all seasons

Living in the shadow of the Great Smoky Mountains, in the “valley” as it is referred to, I’ve noticed how many people believe that allergies are particularly common in this part of the United States and accept that they must suffer from them. The fear of the onset of these uncomfortable symptoms at certain times of the year—spring and fall primarily—seems prevalent. Weather reports advise residents to limit their outdoor activities.

Yet there is a way to not only eliminate fear of these maladies, but also prevent them from occurring. We don’t have to limit our activities based on the season. Truly, no one has to live with the tormenting worry, “Will I be the next to get sick?” 

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