On September 17, 2020, Dr. Meyers and his team of researchers published an article entitled, “Lowering the transmission and spread of human coronavirus” in the Journal of Virology. Their goal was to see if they were able to reduce viruses with common household items.
As Arizona’s leading clinic for all things related to Ear, Nose and Throat, the providers at Sinus and Allergy Wellness Center recommend that their patients perform a sinus nasal rinse 1-2 times per day. A sinus rinse is an easy process that you can do at home.
With the heightened awareness of social distancing, we need to think proactively about the little things that we can do AFTER we are exposed to the public. Follow these 3 suggestions to reduce your risk for Covid-19.
While people flock to Arizona for the warm year-round temperatures, Mother Nature still works on a seasonal basis, and springtime is full of irritants that, well, spring to life. If you struggle with seasonal allergies, now is the time to prepare yourself and your surroundings for a smooth transition into the season of renewal.
As the weather heats up, the desert plants begin to bloom and the pollution increases, many people experience allergy symptoms like a runny nose and itchy, watery eyes. Indoor air is even worse in some cases, especially when the home has been closed up for months with little fresh air making its way inside.