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Climate Changes and Your Allergies

Every spring, trees and flowers produce pollen that fills the outdoor air much to the chagrin of allergy sufferers. Scientists and other weather experts claim the situation is only going to get worse as the years pass and temperatures continue to grow warmer due to climate changes and increasing carbon dioxide levels. As the weather continues to heat up and the warm seasons extend for longer periods, plants and trees respond by releasing more and more pollen into the air, creating more allergies for humans.

Longer, Warmer Seasons Affect Sensitive Humans

The longer, warmer weather of the climate change may encourage rampant plant growth and pollen production, but it can have a more adverse effect on the human body. More pollen means more allergies and respiratory illnesses.
As a rule, the longer and more often a person is exposed to an allergen, the worse their reaction to the substance becomes. With more and more pollen released into the outdoor air we breathe, the number of people affected by allergic symptoms increases and those that already suffer mild symptoms can develop more severe respiratory problems.

The Theory Behind the Honey Cure
One theory that has gained widespread public attention is that consuming honey on a regular basis helps reduce allergy reactions to pollen. The reason honey presumably works is that the honey is made by bees from pollen and therefore it helps the human body to develop a resistant to the pollen’s effects.
The reason pollen affects some people badly is that the human body’s immune system treats pollen like a foreign invader. This bodily reaction causes sneezing and a runny nose to flush the pollen out of the respiratory system. Honey is reputed to reduce the body’s reaction to the pollen and relieve allergy
symptoms naturally.


How Can We Cope with Rising Pollen Levels?

When it comes to high pollen levels, the medical experts advise allergy sufferers to remain inside as much as possible on clear days with no rain and wash clothing right after wearing them outside. Running an air conditioner with a high-quality filter can also filter out pollen as well as other allergens inside the home as well as vacuuming carpets and rugs frequently to remove any pollen tracked in from outside.


Now allergy sufferers don’t need to stay cooped up indoors during the pollen season, thanks to NOSK nasal filters. You can slip these soft and comfortable filters into your nostrils and enjoy the sunshine and refreshing breezes outdoors, and feel confident that you’re protected from pollen, dust, air pollution or any other particles that can irritate your respiratory system. Developed by a prominent Ear, Nose and Throat specialist, NOSK nasal filters are made with special microfibers that trap irritating substances and help protect asthma patients as well as people with allergies.

For More Information Learn more about NOSK nasal filters by visiting our website. You can also visit our Frequently Asked Questions page for more information. Head over to Amazon to purchase yours today!