Hayfever: Kinetic Allergy Reliever brings relief to sufferers of Allergic Rhinitis, or hay fever
The Kinetic Allergy Reliever could bring relief to sufferers of Allergic Rhinitis, or hay fever, with the use of clinically-proven red light technology.
- (1888PressRelease) March 15, 2012 - One in five people will suffer from Allergic Rhinitis, commonly known as hay fever, at some point in their lives[1*] so the news of an early and severe hay fever season will be cause for concern for many.
The Kinetic Allergy Reliever (http://kinetikmedical.com/allergy-relief.html) uses red light therapy to suppress the cells that release histamine, therefore relieving the symptoms. Safe, fast and easy to use the Kinetik Allergy Reliever connects to the nose with a gentle nasal probe, which is replaceable so all the family can benefit from it. After just a few treatments users will start to feel the benefits.
Ian Baker, Head of Sales and Marketing from Kinetik explains, "The Allergy Reliever uses clever phototherapy, which works on two wavelengths. Firstly it increases blood flow and circulation and secondly it suppresses the cells that release histamine, therefore reducing inflammation and the symptoms associated with hay fever. With the birch pollen season due to hit the UK hard this Thursday[2*], the Allergy Reliever could provide sufferers with a new way to tackle the symptoms. It is portable and lightweight so users can slip it into their bag or pocket when they are heading out into the fresh air."
Drug-free and clinically-proven, the Kinetik Allergy Reliever tackles the irritating symptoms of hay fever so you can get on with enjoying spring and summer with your friends and family.
Customers can buy the Kinetik Allergy Reliever (http://kinetikmedical.com/stockists.html) from www.argos.co.uk, www.amazon.co.uk and Harrods. It costs £19.99.
[1*] NHS Choices