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10 Home Remedies To Stop Sneezing (We Have Not Known Of # 7)
It happens to all of us at one time or another – you start sneezing and you just can’t stop. Just when you think it’s over, another couple sneaks out. It can be both embarrassing and annoying. If you are someone who suffers from allergies, you may go through this experience on a regular basis.
The good news is there are home remedies that you may not be aware of that could put an end to an unexpected bout of sneezes. Even better news is that they actually work. Some may require an item you could keep close by so you have access to it whenever you need it. Some remedies require no extra items at all. Once you check them out, find out which remedies work for you so you never have to end up losing control of your sinuses again.
Quercetin is a natural antihistamine that can do wonders to help you stop sneezing. It is considered a flavonoid and it prevents you from sneezing because it keeps you from generating histamines. If you don’t have any histamines, you won’t be sneezing. They sell quercetin in supplements at the health food store but you can also get it through certain foods. If you prefer a more natural method of getting your antihistamine add any of these foods to your diet: tomatoes, black tea, red onions, and apples.
2. Vitamin C
Vitamin C is also considered a natural antihistamine that will help your body reduce that amount of histamines you have and ultimately reduce your chances of sneezing. If you want to add more vitamin C to your diet you can take a vitamin C supplement. You can also enjoy a glass of orange juice or warm water with lemon juice mixed into it. Additional foods high in vitamin C include grapefruits, strawberries, papaya, pineapple, kiwi, mango, red bell peppers, green bell peppers, kale, broccoli, cauliflower, and brussels sprouts.
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