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    Home> Product Directory> Rhinitis & Hayfever> Books


     

    Clicking on the titles below will take you directly to the relevant book on  amazon.co.uk. Read the book's review with the option to purchase immediately. Safe, secure shopping. A star indicates a book the we highly recommend.


      Books on Rhinitis and hayfever
     
    Sinus Survival
      The Holistic Medical Treatment for Allergies, Asthma, Bronchitis, Colds and Sinusitis. Worth a try.
    A reader from Honolulu, Hawaii
    Having suffered through the medical system for years with repeated antibiotic treatments, this book summarized my "condition" better than anything I'd read in years. After 6 weeks of faithfully following this regime, I was sleeping at night, NOT coughing up fluid like a consumption patient each morning and headaches were a memory rather than a daily reality. Highly recommend this book.
     
    My House Is Killing Me
      The Home Guide for Families with Allergies and Asthma. It's a world we barely see, but it is teeming with life. In the dust of a typical house, carpet beetles, mites, silverfish, spiders and other creatures live and die, producing new generations every few months. Mould, bacteria and yeast lurk undetected in heating and cooling systems. Debris dispersed into the air from these creatures can cause runny noses, itchy eyes, coughing, headaches and breathing difficulties. Some people, especially those made highly sensitive by allergies, suffer from devastating health problems and the worry that, as one such sufferer lamented, "My house is killing me!" Scrutinizing house dust and air samples with a microscope, indoor air quality expert Jeffrey May has spent his career helping people identify what's causing their chronic health problems. In this text he draws on dramatic personal stories of suffering and relief to help readers understand the links between environmental factors and problems like allergies and asthma. Explaining how air conditioning, finished basements, and other home features affect air quality, he offers a step-by-step approach to identifying, controlling, and often eliminating the sources of indoor pollutants and allergens. If we could see this contamination, May observes, the air would look as murky as stagnant water and we would know not to breathe it. Just as he looks at spaces and systems during an indoor air quality investigation, May focuses first on the areas of daily life (bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen), then moves into attics and basements (including heating and air conditioning), and finally outside to the garage and the exterior of a home. Along with offering a wealth of practical advice and proven solutions for various problems, he includes a glossary of terms and a list of valuable resources
     
    Hay Fever: The Complete Guide
     

    Find Relief from Allergies to Pollens, Moulds, Pets, Dust Mites, and more. Not a long write up, but the title says it all. 

     
    The Allergy Bible
      In one form or another, allergies and intolerances affect approximately one third of the population, with as many as half of all sufferers being children. This is an illustrated guide which aims to demystify the whole subject. The book features: an impartial review of commonly used tests and treatments, including alternative therapies; advice on reducing your exposure to allergens; practical research-based information; allergy-prevention programmes to minimize the risk of children developing allergies and asthma; and genuine case studies how real people cope with their allergies.
     
      Curing Airborne Allergies
      OK. We said we wouldn't, and here we are with a book that offers a cure. Well from what we can see, recommending less caffeine and more sleep sure as hell cant hurt. Go on then, you know you want to.

    Proper sleep and caffeine reduction are the keys to this simple but revolutionary approach to curing hay fever, other airborne allergies, and vasomotor rhinitis. In the century since allergies were first identified, this is the first truly natural cure. After twenty four years of research into allergic reactions, Dr. Uy describes: why popular theories miss the point; how more sleep and less caffeine can eliminate symptoms; why allergy injections are often ineffective; how nutritious food and adequate water combat allergies; case studies.

     
      Relief from Hay Fever and Other Airborne Allergies
      Absolutely no idea. Would some brave soul care to buy the book and let us know. We think it's worth a mention anyway.
     
      Hayfever
      A guide to hayfever, which includes information on how to identify it from other allergies, self-help measures, how to get effective help from your doctor, the advantages and disadvantages of various drugs and treatments, and alternative and homoeopathic remedies.
     
      How to beat Hayfever - Permanently
      The explosion in the incidence of hayfever is being caused by the widespread pollution of air, food and water which has become an integral part of the 20th-century lifestyle. Understanding what hayfever is, and why it occurs, can be the first step to overcoming it. This guide aims to help identify the types of hayfever and decide which treatment will work best. It includes: details of different types of hayfever; how alternative treatments can help; what conventional medical treatments are available; and how to make simple lifestyle changes to beat hayfever - permanently
     
      BMA Family Doctor Guides: Allergies and Hayfever
      This is an up-to-date reference source on allergies and hayfever, providing case histories, key points, questions, answers and practical tips for overcoming problems. It includes the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment as well as practical self-help advice and preventive measures. The book is one of a series on a wide range of medical and health issues which covers common complaints and illnesses, such as asthma and heart disease as well as more general health topics, such as nutrition and travel health. Addresses of useful organisations appear at the end of each book.