Sinus & Allergy
Sinus & Allergy Relief
Allergies and sinus issues don’t just affect your nose, they can affect your eyes as well. The usual suspects — pollen, dust mites, pet dander, feathers, and other indoor or outdoor allergens — can set off eye allergy symptoms, headaches and sinus issues.
There are many causes for sinus pain and pressure, ranging from allergies, illness, headaches, TMJ, migraines, environmental conditions, too much screen time and more.
Although many pharmaceutical treatments exist for these conditions and the symptoms they cause, warm or cold compress therapies and a daily cleansing routine can offer surprisingly effective relief and offer an all-natural solution.
can affect your eyes
Ocular allergies affect millions of people worldwide
Whether your allergies are constant or intermittent,
don't let them hinder your daily activities
The same treatments and personal care strategies that
ease nasal allergy symptoms can work for eye allergies as well
Using Bruder Cleansing Wipes can remove allergens and irritants from your eye, reducing inflammation and dryness. A warm Bruder Eye Compress placed over closed eyes for a few minutes several times a day can help relieve sinus pressure and swelling. Symptoms due to eye allergies typically respond well to cold compresses. A Bruder Cold Therapy Eye Compress works by shrinking irritated eye tissue and providing soothing relief.
Wipe To Remove Pollen & Other Irritants
Using eyelid wipes regularly helps to remove eye irritants, like dust and pollen, from the sensitive eye area and may help ease allergy symptoms.
Warm to Loosen Secretions
Reclining with a warm compress over your eyes and nose can help warm the nasal passages and loosen secretions.
Cool to Reduce Swelling
Using a cold compress is a fast way to alleviate eye allergies symptoms. The cold restricts circulation and will help calm down the inflammation that is associated with eye allergies. Cold can also reduce the blood flow to the eye area to temporally reduce the inflammation.