Medinose Plus Review – Is It Any Good?
It’s coming that time of year that hay fever sufferers dread. Along with the beautiful warm weather comes the unwanted increase in pollen, which quite frankly we could do without. Alternatively, you could be battling a pet allergy, which can develop after years of being around a cat or dog with no previous ill effects. That’s what happened to me: one summer I started with hay fever out of the blue, and I also got allergies to cats. Giving up our cat was not an option, not after 6 precious years together, so I looked for other solutions.
My doctor recommended oral steroids and strong antihistamines. These helped initially, but over time they had less control over my allergies, and I started feeling miserable and struggling to breathe when I was home for any length of time. Then I saw a newspaper article about Medinose and did an online search. The Medinose, if you don’t know, is a natural anti-allergy device: It looks a bit like an iPod and has two small prongs that are gently inserted into the nostrils. (It is not uncomfortable, they are made of smooth plastic). These tips emit a beam of natural red light that has been shown to desensitize the entire body to allergy triggers. Regardless, as much as it sounds like something from a science fiction movie, this little white box actually works amazingly well, and for most people it provides instant relief.
I will always be grateful that I found Medinose as it made my cat allergy super manageable which I never expected as previously the medications I was on had pretty much stopped working. Since then “Medinose” has been replaced by the newer version, Medinose Plus, which is supposed to be even more effective. Treatments take less than 5 minutes and you use the device 2-3 times a day. The treatment is so gentle that it is also recommended for children. So if you also suffer from allergies, or your hay fever is likely to get you down this summer, it’s a good idea to try a Medinose and see if it can bring relief.