75 percent Christmas allergies can Holidays Anything But Fun Set As Christmas draws closer, winter allergies are again on the rise. A recent survey experience adults an increase of allergy attacks including headaches, eye irritation and nasal sinuses from Thanksgiving until New Year. Survey was carried out survey was conducted by Sicap Industries, makers of the world’s first pepper nasal spray known as ‘Sinus Buster ‘ pills for sale . With more than 500,000 registered customers Sinus Buster leader leader in the natural health industry. Were returned, ‘We sent questionnaires to several thousand customers randomly over 1200 Polls Each survey focused specifically on allergies during the holiday season we could not believe how many of our customers had Christmas allergies. Says Wayne Perry, president of Sicap Industries. Showed results of the surveyed respondents complained of increased allergy symptoms during the holiday season. There are many causes of so-called ‘Christmas allergies’including molds, artificial fragrances and foods. , store,any people blame live Christmas trees for symptoms, allergies to evergreens usually are caused by molds grow naturally on trees. Artificial trees are not much better if areas where areas where mold can grow throughout the year. The same goes for jewelry and other decorations packaged packaged to. To mold or mildew, store, avoid decorations in dry temperature controlled areas, and close boxes boxes. When unpacking, open cartons outside or in the garage, and leave them for 24 hours before it. Into the living area.
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