Just In Time for Allergy Season: BreathePure Nasal Filters Effectively Prevent Sneezing and Itchy, Watery Eyes By Filtering Out Pollen, Dust and Other Airborne Irritants

May 20, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Health News
Laboratory Tests Show Inexpensive, Disposable Nasal Filters
Remove Up to 97 Percent of Most Airborne Particulates that Can Cause Reactions

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. – May 20, 2007 – For millions of Americans, warmer temperatures
and more time outdoors bring the discomfort of itchy, watery eyes, sneezing and runny noses. Now a new product developed by a veteran inventor of ear, nose & throat products is providing consumers with an effective and inexpensive way to avoid breathing in airborne allergens such as pollen, dust mites, fungi, mold spores and pet dander. Convenient and easy-to-use BreathePure Nasal Filters are a proven approach for helping prevent exposure to impurities in the air at home, in the workplace, while traveling and outdoors.

“BreathePure is a practical, drug-free method for dealing with the seasonal and year-round annoyance of common reactions to pollen, spores and the hundreds of particles in the air we breathe,” said Richard Ambrose, president of BreathePure Healthcare LLC, a Santa Barbara, Calif. company specializing in innovative wellness products. “The reason BreathePure filters are so effective is that they stop most airborne allergens before they enter the respiratory system.”

According to tests conducted by an independent filter testing laboratory, the comfortable, lightweight foam filters capture up to 97 percent of most particulates 7 microns or larger. This includes particles associated with pollen and dust mites, as well as a majority of particles from fungi and spores, human hair, household dust and pet dander.

“Unlike face masks which are uncomfortable and don't allow eating, drinking, or easy conversation, BreathePure filters are unobtrusive and won’t impede inhalation as they filter out particulates, even after hours of exposure to dust, pollen and other impurities,” Mr. Ambrose said.

Allergy Season Gets Longer Every Year
According to researchers at the School of Public Health at Harvard and the British National Pollen Research Center, studies indicate that allergy season now starts earlier, lasts longer and brings more intense reactions due to a lengthening of the growing season of weeds, grasses and trees. Doctors and allergists recommend a variety of strategies to avoid the inhalation of the airborne irritants that provoke symptoms ranging from sneezing, coughing and itchy, watery eyes:

• Stay indoors in the morning, when pollen and mold counts are highest
• Avoid yard work such as mowing the lawn and raking leaves
• Keep windows at home and the workplace closed
• Drive with windows rolled up; ensure your air filtration system is properly maintained
• Clean, dust and vacuum frequently, especially the garage and attic
• Wash your hair more often than usual to remove airborne particles

For most active people, it is simply impractical to follow all of these measures. The introduction of the BreathePure Nasal Filter now offers an inexpensive, drug-free solution for avoiding harmful and irritating airborne particulates while maintaining a normal lifestyle.

BreathePure Nasal Filters provide a new approach for avoiding the pollen, dust and other irritants that cause millions of Americans discomfort.

Product Availability: BreathePure Nasal Filters are available in packages of 7 for $8.75 at:

Magellan’s Travel Supplies: www.Magellans.com
Allergy Control Products: www.AllergyProducts.com

For further information visit: www.BreathePureNAF.com

Media Contact:

Stephen Bonser
BreathePure Healthcare, LLC
Public Relations Office

Tel.: 805-896-1055
E-mail: rich@BreathePureNAP.com

Wholesale Ordering:

National retailers, health care product distributors and prospective licensees can contact the manufacturer at:

Richard W. Ambrose
BreathePure Healthcare, LLC
203 Chapala St. "B"
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

E-mail address: rich@breathepurenap.com

For further information visit: www.BreathePureNAP.com