Inflammation can affect many conditions, including asthma, allergies, eczema and psoriasis. So what can we do to help reduce that inflammation in our bodies? There are loads of things that can help, including: And many many more things. It takes a lifetime of searching for all the little triggers that might cause one person inflammation and no two people are identical so … [Read more...]
Your cough medicine could cause anaphylaxis
Recent shocking news that an ingredient in many high street over the counter cough medicines might be linked to anaphylaxis is worrying news for anyone who struggles with congestion, coughs and colds. This applies to all cough medicines that contain Pholcodine. Anyone who has used these cough syrups within the last year could be a risk. The Medicines and Healthcare … [Read more...]
Can fasting help reduce allergies?
Many people try fasting to help them lose weight and benefit their health. There are numerous advantages that intermittent fasting can help with besides weight loss, including boosting your brain power and decreasing the risk of diseases. Most people adopt the 16:8 rule of fasting. It means that you only eat in an eight-hour window, and fast for the other sixteen hours. To … [Read more...]
10 things your asthma nurse won’t tell you!
Asthma affects over 8 million people in the UK alone according to the British Lung Foundation and it is a dangerous condition when poorly managed. According to Asthma UK, there has been a 42% increase in deaths amongst people aged 35 – 44 in the last year. Read, Asthma death toll in England and Wales is the highest this decade. Visit the Healthline website for another great … [Read more...]
Win Westlab Dead Sea Salt for eczema skin
Because it's National Eczema Awareness Week from the 13th to the 19th September, the amazing people at Westlab are giving away 500 packs of Dead sea salts which are great for anyone with dry, sensitive or eczema skin. All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning one is to join their mailing list during National Awareness Week, which runs from the 13th 19th … [Read more...]