exhaust fumesairborne allergies
exhaust fumes affect as many as 30 percent of Australian adults and 40 percent children.
Natural Allergy relief Australia
exhaust fumes effect your health
Furthermore, Personal nasal filters reduce exposure to airborne allergies and protect the allergy sufferer.
In addition, they remove exhaust fumes, airborne allergies, harmful allergens, exhaust, second hand smoke, chemical vapours, sinusitis symptoms, allergic rhinitis, nasal congestion and minute particles from the air you breathe.
Exhaust fumes can effect onset of alzeimers disease
As a result, They ensure that you “Breathe Cleaner Air” preventing nasal allergies reducing exposure to nasal allergens.
In addition, personal nasal filters open the airways to allow ease of breathing through the nostrils.
Finally, a slight pressure is applied to the sensory points situated within the entry to the septum.
And this slight pressure stimulates the bodies natural self curative abilities.
furthermore, helping release muscular tension allowing the bodies natural energy force to evolve which in turn stimulates the sinuses.
In conclusion delivery normally takes 1 – 5 business day,s Australian orders. International orders please allow 7 – 14 business days depending on where you live. Post and shipping from $2.95AUD Worldwide.
Common Allergens In Australian Homes
Where Found: carpet, plywood, particle board,insulation, adhesives
Reactions: sore throat, headaches
Where Found: household cleansers, paints strippers, gasoline, petrol, diesel,household bleach.
Reactions: respiratory problems fatigue/dizziness, These fumes can leave you with multiple chemical sensitivity if breathed in without nasal protection.
Where Found: bug sprays, lawn chemicals, household cleaners
Reactions: skin/eye/respiratory digestive tract/nervous system
Where Found: paints, gloves, caulking
Reactions: allergic reactions
Where Found: Unvented gas stoves/heaters – Carbon monoxide gas appliances, exhaust fumes – Second hand smoke /passive smoke bars/bushfire smoke.
Reactions: respiratory problems headaches/dizziness
Dyes (especially dark blue)
Where Found: clothing, curtain, tablecloths, napkins, rags, furniture
Reactions: skin reaction