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March 5, 2019

Travel can be stress-free for nasal, sinus and allergy sufferers.

A long-awaited, well-earned vacation. A new adventure to conquer. An inspiring business event. Getting away can be exhilarating. But not when you worry about your allergies.

For those with allergies or those who suffer from sinusitis, or other nasal and sinus conditions, the excitement of travel can also raise concerns. Your accommodations or even your destination may affect your health and happiness along the way.

Board that next flight or hit the road with these tips to keep you feeling your best all journey long.



Check Your Destination
Is it a location known as an "allergy corridor," meaning it has high allergy triggers like pollen count and climate? A quick solution is in your hands. Your smartphone. Apps track real-time pollen counts and humidity levels for your destination, so that you may take any necessary precautions.

Consult Your Doctor
If you're going someplace that may wreak havoc on your sinuses or allergies, be proactive. Talk with your doctor about how best to manage any flare-ups. He or she may recommend an over-the-counter solution, like The NasoNeb Moisturizing Nasal Solution, which when delivered by the NasoNeb Sinus Therapy System provides deep, moisturization of the entire nasal cavity, offering symptom relief. The NasoNeb Sinus Therapy System is lightweight, easy and comfortable to use and delivers therapy in less than one minute.

Don't Forget Your Meds
Do you rely on daily medications to ease symptoms? Particularly when you travel out of the country, it may be hard to obtain prescriptions. Even if you only take over-the-counter medications, some medications that do not require a prescription at home do require a prescription in other countries. Don't let travel plans interrupt your health management! Pack any and all medications and therapy systems. Anything that provides comfort at home is sure to ease your mind-and your allergies-while away.



When you travel
It's important to regularly service your vehicle by replacing air filters when needed and having the ventilating and air conditioning systems cleaned to keep pollen or mold allergies in check.



Be Smart with Activities
Climate changes and weather conditions can result in sinus and nasal discomfort, so it's important to consider the weather when planning excursions. Abnormally dry weather conditions, indoor heating systems, and desert climates often cause nasal symptoms. Arid climates dry out the membranes of the nose and pollen often spreads better in dry air, a one-two punch for allergy sufferers. If venturing outside may cause more harm than good, find alternative ways to explore until conditions get better.



According to Ohio State Insights, wearing sunglasses can help with allergies, especially if you're someone who gets a lot of eye itching or watering when around pollen. Sunglasses can block pollen from hitting your eyes.

Nasal, sinus and allergy conditions do not have to join you on your next trip. Plan, prepare and prevent as best you can, and you will be able to relax and breathe easily.

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