NEW REPORT SHOWS THAT AIRBORNE ALLERGIES CONTRIBUTE TO ALLERGY EPIDEMIC. COULD A DAILY DOUCHE WITH SEA WATER BE THE ANSWER? Thursday 27 September 2007 PDF Print 27th September 2007, The House of Lords Allergy Report announced yesterday that the number of people with allergies have increased by 27.7% over a four year period, including common airborne allergies such as allergic rhinitis (hayfever). With 1 in 135 of the population diagnosed with allergic rhinitis during 2005 alone, is there an alternative way to cope? A technique used to help relieve symptoms of allergies (amongst other things) in France is daily nasal douching with natural seawater. Sterimar Sea Water Nasal Spray (rrp £5.99) is a gentle jet of pure seawater that clears away irritants to keep your nose clear and moist. ‘Sterimar is a product which is recommended by experts to reduce the irritants within the nose. It makes sense that washing our nasal passages will help particularly if we are allergic to pollen and air borne allergens.’ - Muriel Simmons, Allergy UK. Case studies and medical expert comments available. · Made from pure seawater, Sterimar nasal spray works as a natural decongestant to relieve dry and stuffy noses by keeping the nose clean, clear or irritants and moisturised. Sterimar is all natural so it’s safe for babies and children too. Sterimar www.sterimar.com is available from Boots, Lloyds and chemists RRP: £5.99 (100ml) contact: PR4, Sarah Coxhill, Tel 020 7637 1237, Email firstname.lastname@example.org This press release was distributed by ResponseSource Press Release Wire on behalf of PR4 Media in the following categories: Children & Teenagers, Men's Interest, Health, Leisure & Hobbies, Home & Garden, Women's Interest & Beauty, Environment & Nature, Sport, Food & Drink, Travel, Education & Human Resources, Medical & Pharmaceutical, for more information visit http://pressreleasewire.responsesource.com/about.