TerryWhite Chemmart Catalogue valid 30 Jul - 18 Aug 2020 - page 3 - NO LONGER VALID *

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TerryWhite Chemmart Catalogue - 30 Jul 2020 - 18 Aug 2020 - Sales products - eye drops, nasal spray, salt. Page 3.
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Real talk Could dual therapy be the allergy solution you need? tion Ac WHAT IS HAY FEVER? COMMON HAY FEVER SYMPTOMS Did you know that nearly 1 in 5 Australians suffer hay fever'? Feeling congested and blocked up isn't fun, but there are measures you can take to ease the symptoms of hay fever and allergies. Our pharmacist Anant Kalpathy, has shared his tips on helping you get through this season feeling a little clearer. Hay fever is the common term for "allergic rhinitis", and is caused by the immune system's response to environmental allergens, creating a number of chemicals including histamine'. It can cause the nose, eyes, throat and sinuses to become swollen, irritated and inflamed. There are two types of hay fever: SEASONAL: common in spring, summer and early autumn when pollen count from grass, trees and weeds is high in the air. Runny or blocked nose Watery eyes Itchy skin and eyes Sneezing Coughing to clear throat Snoring Earache As a pharmacist, I'm often asked what is the best product to treat hay fever... but often the most effective relief can come in the power of two or more complementary therapies combined. I've found the best way to treat hay fever is with a dual therapy approach – such as a corticosteroid nasal spray combined with an antihistamine tablet for high pollen or breakout days. For milder symptoms, an antihistamine tablet or an oral decongestant may be enough, but I still always recommend a saline nasal rinse to clear out the nasal passages. Disturbed sleep COMMON CAUSES V Pollen (ie. flowers and grass) Air pollution House dust PERENNIAL: can be experienced year-round. Triggers include pet hair, dust mites and moulds, with symptoms often worsening at the beginning of pollen season. Pet fur Fungal spores HOW TO TREAT hay fever Here are my tips to help prevent hay fever: Try using a saline nasal rinse daily • Check pollen count before leaving the house • Avoid common hay fever triggers, where possible • Wash your hands after touching animals or flowers Pharmacists therapies to treat hay fever, as each are formulated to target different hay fever and allergy symptoms. Speak to your pharmacist about what dual support is right for you. smay suggest combining two or more complementary • Avoid rubbing irritated areas as it aggravate symptoms may CORTICOSTEROID NASAL SPRAYS Considered the most effective treatment, these provide fast relief from allergy symptoms, such as itching, irritated eyes, runny and blocked noses. Follow pharmacist advice on dosage, as nasal sprays can cause rebound nasal congestion if used more than 4-5 days Your local TerryWhite Chemmart pharmacist is always on hand to talk to you about your hay fever and discuss dual therapy solutions that may work for you. More information on hay fever and allergies at terrywhitechemmart.com.au/allergies a row. ANTIHISTAMINE TABLETS These reduce or block histamines, relieving symptoms of different types of allergies, including seasonal (hay fever), indoor, and food allergies. ASTERGIASS ANTIHISTAMINE EYE DROPS Similar relief to oral antihistamines, these block histamines in the body and quickly reduce symptoms like itchy, watery eyes. EXPERTS IN CARE TRAINED DECONGESTANTS Decongestants reduce nasal congestion and sinus pressure. Oral decon- gestants are less effective than intranasal decongestants, but won't cause rebound nasal congestion. Anant Kalpathy Pharmacist TerryWhite Chemmart Winchelsea NATURAL PRODUCTS Natural salt water (saline) nasal sprays clear nasal passage congestion and can wash out allergens (ie. dust, pollen). 1: https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/hay-fever

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