Breathing & Air Quality

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Aromafloria: Unscented Bath Products

I’ve been looking for unscented bath products. I am highly sensitive to scent! Because of this, I am particular about bath products I use.  Fake over scented products make me sick!  I previously reviewed Aromafloria’s Muscle Soak. I love their products!  The bath products were subtle and soothed my muscles. I keep the inhalation beads in…

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Immunize Labs Review: Breathe Easy Nasal Spray

Recently my immunologist advised doing a nasal spray versus pill when treating my sinuses and allergies. He explained how the majority of infection is coming through the nose and it is best absorbed at the source.  Since then, I’ve treated my sinuses with a nasal spray.  I also have migraine medication that is a nasal…

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EnviroKlenz: Air Purifier for Allergies

I was given the HVAC air cartridge by EnviroKlenz as part of a product review through the Chronic Illness Bloggers network. Although the product was a gift, all opinions in this review remain my own. I am not influenced by the company. As a follow-up to Migraine and Allergies I have changed a few things…

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Salt Cave for Allergies, Stress and Migraine Relief

I have had a ton of response about my Himalayan Salt lamp post.  The main question being, “Did it help your migraine?”  With long term benefits, possibly yes?! After I found that it wasn’t giving me particular relief, I placed it in my son’s room.  My son suffers from seasonal allergies, coughs, congestion, sinus infections…

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Aromafloria Inhalation Beads Giveaway

Aromafloria Inhalation Beads Giveaway is starting Now! Countdown to Christmas and Hanukah is on… Aromafloria Sinus Help Inhalation Beads In the spirit of giving, Aromafloria and I have partnered together to give away 2 bottles (and 2 winners!) of their Head Aid Relief Inhalation Beads.  I have tried their sinus beads and sleep ease beads. …

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Can Using a Himalayan Salt Lamp for Migraine Help or just a Gimick?

Is there a relationship between a Himalayan salt lamp and migraine? I know it sounds crazy, but I’m interested in trying anything natural, so I thought I’d try. I know it’s ridiculous to rid the symptoms of my neurological disease, but it’s pretty so why not? *Links in this post may be Amazon affiliate links…

Weighted Blanket

Allay Lamp- Green Light Therapy

Axon Optics- Light sensitivity glasses

Headache Hat- Ice Hat

Organic Aromas

Himilayan Salt Lamp

Heat Wrap

Migraine Magick

Theraspecs

Med Manager

Huggaroo

Avulux

Norb Light Bulb

Kold Tec

Be Naturals Organics

Bed of Nails