Cold, Flu & Allergies

Experiencing a cold or flu, or being struck with allergies during pollen season, is bad enough. So it's very unwelcome when other symptoms decide to develop into becoming a nuisance in their own right! But don't worry, we've got all the information you need to know to manage the pesky symptoms.

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Allergies can be a frustrating and uncomfortable experience, but the good news is that there are effective ways to manage it and enjoy life symptom-free.

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Hay Fever

Hay fever is a common pollen allergy that comes from grass, trees and plants. Hay fever arises when the pollen particles come into contact with your mouth, nose, and throat, causing irritation and activating an allergic reaction – which is simply down to an overactive immune system.

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Whether you're dealing with a persistent tickle or a chest-rattling symphony, understanding the different types of coughs can help you navigate the road to relief.

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Blocked or runny nose

We've all experienced it at some point in our lives - the dreaded blocked or runny nose. Whether it's due to a pesky cold, unbearable allergies, or just bad luck, dealing with nasal congestion and drippy noses can put a damper on our day.

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Sore Throat

Having a sore throat is never something we want to wake up to. There are many reasons for a sore throat, some more common than others. It’s always handy to be aware of the common and not-so-common causes.

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Sinusitis is a condition that causes the sinuses (the spaces behind your cheekbones and forehead that connect to the inside of the nose) to become inflamed and swell, making it difficult to pass mucus and causing uncomfortable symptoms.

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Recovering from the flu

Winning a war like the flu virus is all about preparation and planning ahead. So in this article, we’ll give some tips on how to fight the flu, and how to protect yourself from future attacks.

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