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Health loves: Kinetik Allergy Reliever

Summer may be some people's favourite time of the year but for others it's a nightmare.

If you are one of the millions who suffer from hayfever, you dread the summer months.  

There are many drugs on the market you can take to relieve the symptoms but do you really want to be putting all of those chemicals in to your body? Probably not.

Kinetik have launched an Allergy Reliever that is suitable for sufferers of rhinitis and hay fever. 

It's a three minute treatment so not too much longer than popping a pill.

How does it work?  The machine which has nose probs works by using red light therapy, which has been proven to supress the cells that release histamine, thus reducing inflammation and relieving symptoms.

We put it to the test to see if it really did work 

First off, the machine is really easy to use. We're not fans of sticking anything up our nose since the age of three but it wasn't unpleasant at all.

You switch the machine on and count three minutes.  Once the three minutes are up, you do seem to feel like the symptoms have been relieved somewhat, and there is definitely more of an ease to breathe. 

The handy thing is, you can carry this machine in your bag because like the drugs, the effects to wear off but it does seem to have the desired effect. 

The Kinetik Allergy Reliever costs £19.99 and is available from kinetikwellbeing.com, as well as Amazon, Asda & Tesco.

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