Seasonal allergy symptoms
What really works when seasonal allergy symptoms make your day a misery?
From an itchy nose to asthma, seasonal allergy symptoms can be a real nuisance when you need some fresh air
When our immune system identifies a substance as a threat it releases histamine which is what happens during an allergic reaction.
Allergies can develop at any point of our lives and many people are allergic to certain foods, cosmetics, pet hair or fine dust.
Reactions from plants and flowers pollen causes many seasonal allergy symptoms.
When fine pollen carried by wind or insects enters the breathing ways, the histamine release is instantly triggered; this causes symptoms like stuffy or runny nose, sneezing, sore, itchy or watery eyes. In more severe cases it can trigger asthma. They are very common allergies.
Whatever the symptoms are, it means that any outdoors activities become a challenge, or impossible for some.
Those who experience seasonal allergy symptoms find a doctor or visit an allergy clinic, identify which allergen causes a congested nose or itchy throat and get the appropriate medical help. Treatments available with or without prescription vary from nasal sprays to relieve a blocked nose and congestion, to eye drops for dry, irritated eyes. Anti histamine tablets and syrups can prevent reactions, though may cause drowsiness.
A lot of these remedies are effective but not suitable for prolonged use and in some cases can cause dependency and weaken our immune defenses.
The ideal solution is SinuSet filter, a safe, medically proven remedy, which can be used day and night and it is safe for long term use.
It consists of a filtering material covering a plastic arch which is worn comfortably through the nostrils; it can be easily used by children as well as adults.
The filter offers a barrier against allergens which hit the nasal passages, thus relieving seasonal allergy symptoms; enjoying the fresh air is now possible without any medications!
For more information, see SinuSet filter product description.