That’s it, summer has been and gone, cold and dark mornings have taken its place. As well as miserable weather, winter is also the time of year when cold and flu is rife. It is also pretty much unavoidable, cold weather and the fact that it is the party season means that you will spend a lot more of your time inside around lots of people, all of which is the ideal breeding ground for the germs to spread. To surmise, unless you want to become a real winter Grinch then you are probably going to fall ill at some point. However, the irritating coughs and sneezes could be more damaging more problematic than you would think…
Ah spring, the birds are beginning to sing, there is beautiful pollen on the trees, the sky is turning blue. Everything seems just a bit better in the world but no sooner has spring arrived than your season allergies do too and in a flash the “ah” becomes “ah-choo”. Going outdoors between spring and autumn becomes more of a punishment rather than a pleasure. Below are some top tips on how you can reduce the effects of your allergies.
Did you know there are 10 ways you can help reduce the allergens around your bedroom this summer to steer you away from sniffles and sneezes. Read on to find out how and you will also find a 20% off offer code to help you just a little more.
There are very few things you can do that are worse for your health than smoking. From bad breath, all the way to lung cancer, there are no positives! One negative effect many people don't know about is the increased chance of pelvic floor disorders. Every time you cough your pelvic floor is put under stress; a common and chronic smoker's cough can eventually lead to incontinence and prolapse! Read on for some useful and easy to follow tips to help you quit.
If you find that normal activity leaves you breathless, wheezy and coughing then it’s highly likely that you have COPD. A huge number of people have this dangerous condition without realising – around half of the people who suffer from it. So, what is COPD? Those four letters stand for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. It’s a group of lung conditions that includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis. The 16th of November is World COPD Day – these lung conditions can be fatal, so we want to make sure that all our readers are aware of the signs and symptoms.
At StressNoMore we have everything from air care to bedding to nebulisers and light therapy to keep you happy during the current allergy months. As we leap for joy because it’s still Summer there are plenty of us getting the tissues out due to our constant sneezing and allergies. Of course nothing much can overshadow the beauty of Summer but if we are sneezing and coughing then it can make us pretty unhappy to say the least.
Soon colds and flu may start to spread and there is never a shortage of things which make noses tickly or sneezy. All members of the family can be assured that an air purifier will provide extra relief from viruses, germs and allergens throughout the Autumn and Winter months ahead.
How to keep the air in your home clean, safe and breathable
It's a scary fact, but in modern society our indoor air quality can be even worse than outside! We try to keep our buildings air-tight and energy efficient, but poor ventilation is making our homes stagnant and filled with pollutants, excess moisture and mould. Do you dry your clothes indoors or hang a few on the radiator to dry them a bit faster? Of course you do, we all do it. Sadly, this simply and profoundly innocent task can lead to a serious health risk.
Can you wait for Spring and Summer? One in four people suffer with Hay Fever in the UK alone; it can make everyday living extra hard and can really dampen the excitement for BBQs, exploring in woods and well, basically anything that is outdoors.
The sun is peaking out, the buds on the trees are beginning to bloom, the clocks have gone forward and days are lasting longer – there is so much going on this week! Who doesn’t love Spring?! Although I’m a lover of spring and summer, the only thing that is screaming in the back of my mind at this time of year is “ALLERGIES”. If you’re like me; you unfortunately have to suffer with the itchy eyes, the constant sneezing and when others claim “I love the smell of fresh cut grass”, you’re popping your anti-histamines praying that they will kick in before the pollen reaches your nose!