We often think of sinus problems being at their worst in the spring and summer months, but did you know that winter can also be a difficult time for sinus sufferers? Winter brings cold temperatures and damp weather, illnesses such as colds and the flu, more time spent indoors around dry air and potential allergens such as dust, pet dander, smoke, scented candles, as well as mold on Christmas decorations, and holiday festivities that often include the overindulgence of sugar and alcohol. All of these factors can lower your immunity and cause inflammation of your nasal passages and create a breeding ground for bacterial infections.
Here are 5 tips for supporting your sinus health this winter season: Continue reading “5 Tips for Winter Sinus Health”
Imagine life without headaches, sinus pressure, post-nasal drainage, frequent colds and sinus infections. What if you could get rid of that irritable, run-down, tired, mental-fog feeling and be alert and invigorated every day?
The Sinus Survival Program is a Village Green exclusive, created by Dr. Rob Ivker, best-selling author of Sinus Survival: The Holistic Medical Treatment for Allergies, Colds and Sinusitis.
For the seasonal sinus and cold sufferer, Sinus Survival offers all-natural products to help with sinus pain, headaches, stuffed-up noses, allergies, colds and sinus infections. When used as a daily preventative measure, Sinus Survival can help to minimize or avoid the cold-to-sinus infection cycle, build your immune system, and support your optimal sinus and health to feel great. Continue reading “Sinus Survival Sale Thru October 31”
Experts predict this allergy season to be particularly bad. If you are an allergy sufferer, then you know just how awful the symptoms can be. Fortunately, I recently had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Rob Ivker, the leading authority on sinus health, author of the best-selling book SINUS SURVIVAL: The Holistic Medical Treatment for Sinusitis, Allergies, and Colds, and the creator of the Sinus Survival Allergy Treatment Program. Dr. Ivker gave me some great advice that I want to share with you.
Dr. Ivker’s 3 simple steps for an allergy-free season:
1. Consider food allergy testing – Food allergies and food sensitivities can contribute to allergy and sinusitis symptoms. Especially for individuals who experience chronic sinusitis, Dr. Ivker highly recommends looking into whether certain foods such as dairy, wheat/gluten, corn, soy, and eggs could be making your symptoms worse. Foods that you are either allergic to or sensitive to can cause inflammation in both your GI tract as well as your respiratory tract and result in more severe allergy symptoms. By identifying and eliminating problematic foods, you can reduce your body’s inflammatory burden and help ease your allergy symptoms.
2. Take 3 key supplements to build natural immunity to airborne allergies – Dr. Ivker’s favorite allergy protocol includes the following: Continue reading “3 Simple Steps for an Allergy-Free Season”
Stuffed up? Maybe it’s time for some thyme! The ingredients in Sinus Survival SinuThyme target relief for the common sinus sufferer. The all-natural herbal supplement contains thyme, used traditionally to help inflamed sinuses, whooping cough and help loosen phlegm. The German Commission E has approved this ingredient for the treatment of bronchitis and other upper respiratory inflammation. Another component of SinuThyme is N-acetyl cysteine, a powerful mucolytic that helps break down mucos viscosity, allowing sinuses to drain. This makes conditions in the sinuses less conducive for bacteria and fungus to grow. Continue reading “Sinus Survival SinuThyme”
If you have chronic sinus infections and are constantly taking antibiotics, you might like to listen in on Thursday, November 8 at 6:30 pm EST (5:30 CST, 4:30 MST, 3:30 PST). Dr. Rob Ivker, creator of the Sinus Survival program, will be talking about how you can stop having sinus symptoms, and reduce or possibly eliminate sinus infections, naturally.
You will also have a chance to ask Dr. Ivker questions.
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