Carbon dioxide will save Allergy sufferers

Researchers from Creighton University in Nebraska, I declare that I have found a new potentially safe way to get rid of sneezing - injection of carbon dioxide into the nose.

A clinical study showed that patients experienced a strong relief of such symptoms as sneezing, itching, redness, watery eyes within thirty minutes after the procedure. On average, the effect lasts for four hours. A handheld device for injecting gas into the nostrils will help you to become effective and more importantly safe drug compared to naselenie sprays. Millions of people around the world suffer from allergic rhinitis, which is expressed as runny nose, itch, and asthma.

A recent study with the participation of 348 Allergy sufferers who underwent treatment injection of CO2, showed that the gas significantly reduces itching, sneezing and watery eyes.

Although scientists still do not know how the gas is struggling with allergies, but they suggest that it blocks the release of chemicals involved in the production of nasal Allergy symptoms.

Although treatment gas works instantly, the effect of it lasts not long, unlike steroid sprays, whose effect lasts up to six hours. The researchers also noted that breathe the gas in large quantities may increase blood pressure, cause drowsiness and headaches.

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