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   Sneezing, itchy, wheezing and coughing…

      There’s something in the air...Pollen

                     Its allergy season!

 

Each spring, summer and fall, plants release pollen-

tiny, powdery granules necessary for plant fertilization. These

pollen granules, which are transported by wind, enter into our nose and throat, triggering seasonal allergic reactions for millions of people.

 

The most common pollen producers are ordinary looking plants!

Trees, grasses and weeds are the culprits. Most people have very little contact with the large, heavy, waxy pollen grains of many flowering plants because this type of pollen is carried by insects, not by wind.

 

What happens when you breathe in pollen?

Breathing in pollen triggers your immune system, which serves as the body's defense mechanism against foreign substances. The body treats the pollen as an invader and generates large amounts of antibodies to combat this invasion.

These antibodies are generated by cells located in your nose, eyes, throat and lungs. They are called mast cells and are a type of white blood cell. An allergic reaction starts when the allergic molecules (pollen) come in contact with these mast cell antibodies. The cells then release inflammatory chemicals, such as histamine, that cause many of the symptoms associated with seasonal allergies.

 

Now you can treat allergies safely and naturally

 Using Homeopathic remedies, natural anti-inflammatory products and chiropractic adjustments, you stimulate your immune system to clear up stuffed sinuses, combat runny noses itchy eyes and other allergy symptoms safely and effectively.

 

Questions?

Contact Dr. Cimperman or Dr. Gallagher

724-586-9777

 

The information contained in this email is meant for educational purposes only. It is not meant to treat, cure or diagnose any disease, illness or health condition. Please contact a qualified health care provider with any concerns you may have regarding your health.

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