Sunday, March 15, 2009

New Drug-Free Solution Offers Hope For Allergy Sufferers

(NAPSI)-The solution to this year's allergy problems may lie in a preventative drug-free gel. This hope is good news, because experts predict that pollen counts will reach all-time highs this year due to changing weather patterns.

Two new topical allergy gels can be used in conjunction with other over-the-counter or prescription medications and can be reapplied as often as needed. The gels filter negatively charged, airborne allergens such as pollen, ragweed, pet dander and dust mites, stopping them from entering nasal passages where they can cause allergic symptoms such as a runny nose and sneezing.

Unlike existing products that treat allergy symptoms once they have started, over-the-counter, drug-free Chloraseptic Allergen Block and Little Allergies Allergen Block, when used as directed, help prevent the start of mild nasal allergy symptoms.

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