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Getting your nasal spray technique correct

Whether you're using a nasal spray for hay fever, allergies, a cold, nasal dryness or any nasal problem, it's important to get your nasal spray technique right. Using a nasal spray correctly means that you can be reassured that the contents are more likely to get to where they need to be and should work [...]

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Saline Nasal Sprays: Health Benefits and When to Use Them

Each day we breathe in approximately 10,000-11,000 litres of air and along with that, many irritants and allergens such as viruses, bacteria, mold spores, pet dander, dust, pollution and smoke. The nose is situated at the entrance of the airway and protects the lower airway from the harmful effects of the breathed-in air. It acts [...]

Getting the back to school blues (and colds and sniffles!)

Back to school tips! by Mim Jenkinson, Tell Me Baby Australia Is your child starting school or daycare soon? As many of us may have experienced, this time of transition can really impact a child’s health and well being, so we hope the following information offers some key insights in helping keep your kids healthy when starting [...]

By |January 22nd, 2019|Allergies Hayfever, Child Health, Colds Sinusitis|0 Comments

Know your pollen to help fight allergies!

Pollen from grasses, weeds or trees can trigger symptoms of allergic rhinitis (also known as hay fever) and other respiratory allergies. Pollen seasons can last for many months and exposure isn't always easy to avoid, no matter where you might live! Some people have allergies to winter pollen whilst others may have spring allergies. An [...]

By |November 20th, 2018|Allergies Hayfever|0 Comments

Easy tips for baby’s blocked nose

Easy-go-to tips for baby's blocked nose Nasal congestion is not unusual in babies because they have tiny nostrils and those below the age of two months can only breathe through their nose. Even babies older than 2 months do not breathe well through their mouths. A blocked or snuffly nose in young infants and toddlers [...]

By |April 20th, 2018|Allergies Hayfever, Child Health|0 Comments

Christmas is coming. Keep calm and breathe (through your nose!)

Breather easier this Christmas! Noses are great for lots of reasons, but did you know they can help you relax? Strictly speaking, it’s how you use your nose that can help induce a sense of calm and tranquillity, but it’s a great tip especially in the lead up to the Christmas Season. Studies have shown [...]

Have allergies? Will travel! How to beat hay fever when you’re on the move.

When destinations require military operation. Think “travel” and most of us scroll through out mental Pinterest boards full of holiday destinations and exotic locations. Your shoulders might even drop in anticipation of the general holiday relaxation vibe especially where organising your family is concerned. Yep, they just dropped. Yet “travel” doesn’t necessarily mean stepping out [...]

By |November 27th, 2017|Allergies Hayfever, Child Health|0 Comments
  • Air conditioning and how it impacts your allergies

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