Are You Open To Beneficial Change That Is Nothing To Sneeze At?

Are you open to beneficial change that is nothing to sneeze at? You do not have to answer yet.

Allergies for many of us are nothing to sneeze at. ( Is there a pun in there somewhere? ). When we experience Sinus-ītis or Rhinosinusītis, histamines our bodies communicators, protectors, regulators and informants have been given their marching orders. They cause our bodies to respond to invading organisms that try to infect or actually infect our bodies. That is the good news. The not so good news is that they are also responsible for the discomfort of sneezing, runny nose, tearing eyes, etcetera associated with the [ ītis ] part of Sinus. It is this discomfort and how each of us responds to it that is the NOTHING TO SNEEZE about part. Sometimes we may even look like a baseball catcher giving signals to the pitcher as we pull out the Kleenex, rub our eyes, blow our noses, breathe through our mouths and itch and scratch trying to get relief.


So what is a fellow or fella ( female ) to do? Well for starters let me state what I USED to do and what way too many of you are still doing — that is “DOING” the ANTIHISTIMINE, DECONGESTANT or some combination “THING” to inhibit the the discomfort associated with the particular inflammation caused by our very own histamines. There are at least 54 different drugs that (us) allergy sufferers take! (1) We all know these drugs by there marketing names however here are just a few of those 54 technical names; Bropheniramine, diphenhydramines, loratadines, chlorpheniramines, pseudoephedrine and oxymetazoline for starters. No, they are not some obscure ancient names from the Illiad and The Odessey. Do they help? Yes, BUT….two words SIDE-EFFECTS. There are so many of them that most of us ignore them. For those of us who it is important to us requires that we write them down or have a damn good memory. Try your hand at it. READ BELOW.

DECONGESTANTS, (Bropheniramine, diphenhydramines medications USED for the temporary relief of nasal congestion due to the colds, hay fever, and sinus congestion can cause nervousness • restlessness • excitability • dizziness • headache • fear • anxiety • tremors • hallucinations • allergic reaction • hives • difficulty breathing • pounding fast or uneven heartbeat • bruising or bleeding • unusual weakness • fever • chills • body aches • flu symptoms • dangerously high blood pressure • blurred vision • ringing in your ears • confusion • chest pain • uneven heart rate • convulsions (seizures) • loss of appetiten • swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. Additionally, Pseudo-ephedrine MAY have adverse effects on the FETUS and is excreted in BREAST MILK. HOW MANY DOTS DID YOU COUNT BEFORE YOU STOPPED COUNTING?
DOSAGE: Take one each 12 hours.

ANTIHISTAMINES – (Triprolidine, Fexofenadine, Diphenhydramine, Loratidine) medication USED for the temporary relief of nasal congestion due dust, pollen, animals can cause Dry mouth • Drowsiness • Dizziness • Nausea and vomiting • Restlessness or moodiness (in some children) • trouble urinating or not being able to urinate • blurred vision • Confusion. Don’t take it during the day, before driving or operating heavy machinery. There is even some speculation antihistamines may contribute to or worsen Alzheimer’s symptoms. And it is known that these can adversely interact with other drugs. (2)
DOSAGE: Take a pill or two each 4 – 6 hours for some others for 12 – 24 hours.
TALK to your doctor first if you have an enlarged prostate, heart disease, high blood pressure, thyroid problems, kidney or liver disease, a bladder obstruction, or glaucoma. (3). STILL COUNTING DOTS?

ANTIBIOTICS – common to these products are: A bad taste in the mouth • Upset stomach • Mild to severe diarrhea • vaginal yeast infection • inflammation or infection of the small or large intestine (enterocolitis). HAVE YOU CONNECTED THE DOTS YET?

So getting back to THE question – Are You Open To Beneficial Change That Is Nothing To Sneeze At?
If NO, you can STOP right here. BUT IF YES CONTINUE…..

CieAura OFFERS Sinus Allergy sufferers an alternative that is much much easier to COUNT the DOTS.
DOSAGE: NONE. ( non-transdermal )
• WHAT TO DO: Wear one behind one or both ears for up to 5 days.

Changing not only the way you think but the actions you take. Here’s to your health.
Chipsterhealth, August 18, 2013

READ more about Cieaura’s approach to energy wellness.

You DON’T have time to read then LISTEN HERE:


WATCH and LISTEN to Palma talk about how this SINUS ALLERGY “chip” helped her.”

NOTE: Use Your Earbuds! You Do Not Want To Miss A Word Of What Palma Is Saying.

MORE testimonials are available on my YouTube Channel, Chipsterhealth.


Cieaura products do not diagnose, cure, mitigate treatment or prevent disease or any other medical condition.

Content published here is not read or approved by CieAura before it is posted and does not necessarily represent the views and opinions of CieAura.


(2) What Are Histamines And Why Do We Need Them? James K. Wilson

(3) Web MD – Antihistamines For Allergies


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