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Many people with allergies suffer every summer. High temperatures, a lot of uncovered skin and the spread of pollen, fungi, bacteria, mites and mosquitoes are all reasons why allergic reactions are more pronounced in summer. What does it mean “to have allergies” and why is it affecting more and more people?
WHAT IS HAY FEVER?
Hay fever is the symptom of a pollen-induced allergy. In the medical sense, a pollen allergy is an allergic inflammation of the nasal mucous membrane - triggered by plant pollen. Doctors therefore also speak of allergic rhinitis or pollinosis. In a therapeutic sense, underlying causes can also cause allergic reactions.
WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF HAY FEVER
Sneezing and a runny nose are typical symptoms of hay fever. In addition, many allergy sufferers also have itchy eyes. Sometimes conjunctivitis can also manifest as a result of pollen exposure. Many pollen allergy sufferers describe a typical “tingling sensation” in the nose or eyes. Those who suffer from particularly severe hay fever symptoms are also often tired during the day. The result: a reduced ability to concentrate and learn. The duration of typical hay fever symptoms depends on various influencing factors.
HOW DO ALLERGIES DEVELOP?
Repeated contact with the allergen is a prerequisite for the development of an allergy. The first contact usually goes unnoticed because there are no symptoms yet. This then leads to a so-called sensitization. When the body comes into contact with the allergen again, it reacts sensitively. Sensitizations often arise from disharmonies in the body.This is exactly where the SHT-CHI Pollen Spring and Pollen Summer come into play to dissolve allergies.
WHY AM I ALLERGIC SEASONALLY?
Since tree, grass and herb pollen are only airborne at certain times of the year, a pollen allergy only occurs in that particular season. Some are allergic to only a few types of pollen, while others have hay fever caused by many different types of pollen. Those can be particularly sensitized and may have to struggle with the typical complaints between December and fall. Children often get hay fever. However, adults can also suddenly notice typical allergy symptoms during spring and summer. No matter whether young or old: the symptoms of most pollen allergies are similar - and they are chronic. Without appropriate treatment, quality of life can be limited by the allergy for decades. For this reason, SHT has developed two different energy cells for allergies, the SHT-CHI Pollen Spring and the SHT-CHI Pollen Summer.
GRASS BLOM AND ALTERNARIA FROM MAY
The Medical University of Vienna predicts the grass bloom will start on May 6th. The burden for people with allergies is also increased when the rain stops, which can be at least a temporary relief.
But not always grass or mugwort pollen are the trigger for itchy eyes, allergic rhinitis or asthma attacks. The spores of the Alternaria mold are also a possible cause.
Alternaria grows mainly on dry plants and on cereal grains. This is why complaints often show up while working in the garden or while walking through grain fields. Alternaria spores mainly fly in July and August, at the same time as grass and mugwort pollen. If someone has hay fever or asthma from May to September, an allergy to Alternaria cannot be ruled out.
POLLEN ALLERGY CAN CAUSE CROSS ALLERGIES
That too! Those who have hay fever are also prone to cross-reactions with certain fruits, vegetables or nuts: The consequences are corresponding allergic symptoms. The body recognizes similarly structured substances and fights them off. Usually there is swelling, itching or scratching in the mouth and throat. Similar effects are sometimes noticeable externally on the face, lips, neck and ears.
The immune system is virtually overprotective. It means well, but it goes too far and sends an army of cells to defend the body region!The result is a frustrating chain of oral symptoms that you most certainly would rather avoid.
ALLERGY - KEY DISEASE OF THE 21ST CENTURY
Allergies have risen sharply in industrialized nations. The World Health Organization has classified it as one of the three key diseases of the 21st century. Globally, according to statistics, 22 to 25 percent of the world's population suffer from an allergy. Within 10 years, the frequency increases 23 times. Above all, the number of young people who have problems with allergies is also increasing. In addition, more and more people tend to have an allergic reaction to more than just one allergen - whether it be hay fever, animal hair, house dust or food.
Their emergence is a complex interplay of genes and the environment, although so far neither an allergy gene nor a special environmental factor has been found. We only know that the immune system erroneously perceives normally harmless environmental substances, such as plant pollen, as harmful and reacts with excessive defenses. We then feel this defense - which is actually a good intention of our immune system - as an allergic reaction. The impressive result of a study that compares the allergy risk between Amish and Hutterites living in the USA suggests that the high allergy rates have something to do with our modern way of life. In both communities, people lead healthy farm lives. Conclusion: In rural areas, people suffer less from allergies. Density, speed, stress and city dwellers' lack of connection with nature increases the risk of becoming allergic.
WHY ARE ALLERGIES INCREASING?
The reasons for this increase are to be found in the development of our lifestyle. On the one hand, environmental pollution has increased, on the other hand, our defense system is hardly challenged by parasites anymore. This has encouraged the development of allergies. In addition, the pollen count has become longer and stronger due to climate change. If there are soot or fine dust particles on the pollen, they are more irritating to the immune system. This also increases the development of allergies.
Depending on the severity of the symptoms, doctors often prescribe so-called antihistamines. These drugs alleviate the allergic reaction, but do not fight the allergy itself. Like many drugs, they also have undesirable side effects. First-generation substances in particular have a sedating effect, i.e. they make you tired. This is not only very uncomfortable and dangerous during the day, taking these antihistamines at night can also lead to sleep being disturbed and not sufficiently restful. Other possible side effects are gastrointestinal discomfort, headache and dizziness.
The new SHT-CHI Pollen Spring and SHT-CHI Pollen Summer offer a substance-free alternative for allergy sufferers. The patented energy cell stores electromagnetic frequency patterns for at least six months and gradually releases these frequencies in a targeted manner. The immune system is trained so that it develops a certain tolerance towards the respective allergen - without any chemicals or known side effects.
The SHT-CHI Pollen is best attached lengthwise (vertically) to the 7th cervical vertebra (first raised cervical vertebra). A corresponding picture, for clarification, is included in the instructions of the CHI. Attached to the 7th cervical vertebra, according to our experience, it can provide optimal support with typical allergy symptoms (watery eyes, runny nose, etc.). Experience has shown that the SHT-CHI Pollen helps best if it is applied early (ideally before the respective pollen season). Permanent use (24 hours a day, 7 days a week etc.) in the high season of the corresponding pollen is recommended.
Article no. ECH012-200
For sensitivity to grasses and pollen. Trains the immune system, for spring and summer.
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