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30 January 2015

Stress and your allergies

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Try reducing your stress to lessen allergic reactions. When your stress levels rise so do levels of cytokines, our allergic-response proteins. If you feel an allergic reaction coming on, breathe deeply, listen to music or go for a work out.

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