If you're having respiratory, or breathing issues at the end of the day, or after working outside, Dr. Thoma has a few recommendations for how to make sure your lungs and respiratory system stay clear and healthy.
In this video, he shares four suggestions for improving your respiratory health, particularly during allergy season.
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Dr. Thoma is a functional health physician based out of Chesterfield Missouri. You can schedule an appointment with him by calling Total Health Correction at 636-207-6600.
Are you like many of my patients who seem to have no allergies while they are traveling, but have symptoms as soon as they return home?
In this video, Dr. Thoma discusses why this happens, and what you can do to make sure that your allergies don't return with a vengeance after you travel.
If you're struggling with allergy symptoms because of travel, or just in general, stop by the office for Aller Quench, or order it directly from PuraWell, this should reduce your symptoms and help you get back to normal sooner.
As always, I am happy to discuss this further at your next appointment!
I want to talk to you about spring allergies...they are right around the corner.
Every year, most individuals wait until too late... until their nose is already running, until they already have chest congestion, and all that before they start doing anything about their allergies.
I recommend that you use AllerQuench starting at the first week of February so that when you get to the March, April, May, allergy season, your body is ready to efficiently work against those allergies.
In AllerQuench there is quercetin, stinging nettles, tenofend, and bicarbonate salts, that help you reduce the histamine response that happens when you have a sensitivity to the pollens, molds and things around you.
When you take this and build up that defense, it makes the allergy season much reduced from what it would be if you didn't. No need to wait until you have allergies, and then treat with something that's going to make you groggy, or tired, or not feel good....
I want to talk about spring allergies, going into spring 2021. Dealing with spring allergies this year, may be more critical than ever before. No one is going to want to have a runny nose when they're wearing the mask, or runny eyes, chest congestion, that kind of thing.
We're suggesting that individuals that typically have spring allergies, start using AllerQuench beginning the first week of February. This way, you can reduce those allergy symptoms coming through March, April May, and that will help with outcomes dealing with COVID.
I've also seen many posts out there about Quercetin helping with COVID and the COVID outcomes. In our AllerQuench product, we have a good healthy dose of quercetin along with stinging nettles, and tenefend. Those ingredients will help you overcome the congestion, nasal sinus issues, and all those symptoms that also are dealt with in COVID.
If you want to help yourself out, get AllerQuench...
While it might only be August, fall allergy season has started to arrive. In this video, Dr. Thoma shares how he manages his fall allergies by starting early in the season.
If you're interested in obtaining Aller Quench by PuraWell, you can pick it up at the office, add it to you Doctor Supplement Store order, or order directly at www. PuraWell.com.
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