CINCINNATI, Dec. 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Rootology: Breathe Free, fast-acting, non-drowsy, year-round nasal and sinus support, is providing tips and resources to help Central Texas residents survive "cedar fever" season. As Texas residents know, the intense symptoms from cedar allergies each winter can be unbearable, but there are some effective, yet often overlooked ways to lessen its impact and find relief the natural way.
The cedar fever phenomenon takes place from early December to January, when the local cedar trees unload massive amounts of pollen over large areas of Central and Southern Texas. Symptoms include severe congestion and sinus pressure, runny nose, burning eyes, nasal and ear irritation and violent sneezing. Unfortunately, if someone is allergic to any kind of pollen, chances are they're allergic to cedar.
"As cedar pollen counts rise, so does the misery index. The good news is that there are natural solutions and preventative measures which prove effective," explains Rootology Founder & CEO, Simar Singh. "We want to give annual allergy sufferers simple tips to help them get through cedar fever the natural way, so they can breathe free."
To help prevent and relieve cedar allergies symptoms this winter, try these measures:
- AVOID OUTDOOR MORNINGS: Pollen counts are the highest early in the morning, between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m., so if you participate in outdoor activities like jogging, do so after 10 a.m. or in the evening.
- KEEP THE POLLEN OUT: Seems simple, but often overlooked: keep doors and windows closed, especially on breezy or windy days.
- TURN UP THE AC OR HEAT: Change HVAC filters in your home and your car to reduce the amount of cedar pollen flowing in your home and vehicle. Keep the system running to use it as a filtration system.
- SHOWER FREQUENTLY & WASH YOUR HAIR: When coming back inside, be sure to change and wash up as soon as possible to rid yourself of pollen and to avoid contaminating your home. Be sure to wash your hair, since so much pollen sticks to it.
- DO LAUNDRY ON HOT & DON'T LINE DRY: Wash your bedding and clothes on the "hot" setting, at least 130 degrees to neutralize allergens. Do not line dry laundry outside since doing so makes it a giant pollen trap.
- NATURAL PRODUCTS: If you're still suffering from cedar fever symptoms, try new, natural products, like Rootology: Breathe Free. It is made from 13 powerful herbal extracts and works fast for congestion, runny nose, itchy eyes and sinus pressure.
- RINSE YOUR NASAL PASSAGES: Once you take something for your symptoms, be sure to use a sinus rinse to clear your nose and passages of the cedar pollen particles. It sounds gross, but nasal irrigation with a Neti Pot clears out pollen particles that may be trapped and also soothes and protects nasal passages, something most cedar allergies sufferers desperately need.
About Rootology: Breathe Free
Rootology: Breathe Free is fast-acting, non-drowsy, year-round nasal and sinus support using a formula of 13 powerful herbal extracts. Rootology naturally and safely supports against congestion, sinus pressure, itchy eyes and throat, and headaches, no matter the cause of discomfort, including symptoms caused by pollen, dander, dust, mold, chemicals and even wildfire smoke. Rootology is available at select retailers in the USA and readily available on Amazon.com and at www.rootologyhealth.com.
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