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Air conditioning and how it impacts your allergies

Air conditioning and your allergies  Summer is here! Which means air-conditioning units all over Australia are working overtime and can play havoc for those who have allergies or hayfever! Basic maintenance on your air conditioner could provide maximum benefits in air quality and its operating efficiency. With the possible threat of power shortages this summer [...]

By |November 21st, 2017|Allergies & Hayfever, Child Health|0 Comments

Grandma was right…about keeping a dust-free house!

Dusting and hay fever Did your Grandmother ever tell you a feather duster doesn’t really clean, it just “moves the dust around the house”. Turns out, she was right! If your hay fever is triggered by dust or other airborne allergens (and that’s approximately 40% of Australians who experience hay fever) you might want to [...]

By |November 21st, 2017|Allergies & Hayfever|0 Comments

Gentle nasal washing in babies – little actions can have big impacts

How gentle nasal washing benefits babies. First, a little baby anatomy Did you know that babies are “obligate nose breathers”. This means all babies can only breathe through their nose for their first few months. Despite this limitation, they’re still cleverly designed little beings. By breathing through their nose, babies are able to feed, swallow [...]

By |November 20th, 2017|Allergies & Hayfever, Child Health, Colds & Sinusitis|0 Comments

Achoo! Bless you!

Fun fact about sneezing. Anyone who experiences hay fever knows all about the sneezes. But did you know we have different sneezing styles? Wait, it gets better - your sneezing style is genetically determined. Who knew? Which means members of the same family may sneeze in a similar and distinctive way. It’s kind of cool, [...]

By |November 16th, 2017|Allergies & Hayfever, Colds & Sinusitis|0 Comments

It’s all in the head: sinus facts

Did you know that if your sinuses weren’t hollow your head would be so heavy you wouldn’t be able to hold it up? You also have more than one sinus. When hay fever strikes you might feel as though you have four hundred blocked sinuses causing your head to throb, your eyes to water and [...]

By |November 14th, 2017|Allergies & Hayfever, Colds & Sinusitis|0 Comments

Is it just a cold? Or is it allergic rhinitis?

Is it a lingering cold or allergic rhinitis? Allergic rhinitis (hay fever) symptoms can easily be mistaken for the common cold or the starting symptoms of a viral infection, so if you’ve had a lingering “cold” or “congestion, it’s worth having a chat to your doctor or pharmacist to get a more accurate diagnosis. With [...]

Know your nose. Useful facts to know!

We might not pay might attention to them, except when they’re blocked, but noses are highly developed filtration systems. Noses filter and clean the air we breathe before it travels to our lungs. Adults breathe in approximately 18,000 to 20,000 litres of air through their nose daily. They are our early warning system by alerting [...]

Our favourites to win (against hay fever) this spring racing season!

Attending the Spring Racing days, where world class horses compete for prestigious trophies can be exciting for some but could spell a complete wash out, for hay fever sufferers. However, with a bit of preparation and awareness, you can still participate and enjoy the race day festivities. Track characteristics Dust from the carpark and mounting [...]

By |October 24th, 2017|Allergies & Hayfever|0 Comments

How to kick hay fever “fuzzies” to the kerb!

 Sluggishness, lethargy, drowsiness - when it comes to hay fever they all amount to the same thing. You’re not kicking goals. You’re not your usual productive self. You’re not at your peak. With a head feels fuzzy and your eyes water and nose itches, how can you turn it around? The source of your drowsiness [...]

To blow or not to blow? Caring for your nose.

Caring for your nose A blocked nose, aka nasal congestion, can be enough to make your eyes water. The trouble with blocked noses is that their exact cause can be difficult to pinpoint. A stuffy or blocked nose may be caused by hay fever or by a cold or even some other problem like sinusitis. [...]