March 20, 2014 — Spring has arrived — and so has that pesky allergy season! Dreaded allergy symptoms can include congestion, runny nose and itchy, watery eyes — but that’s not all. The combination of seasonal allergies and time change can interrupt a good night’s sleep and keep you from feeling your best.
There’s no time for sleepless nights and groggy days in today’s fast paced society, so quick relief is critical.
No matter what ails you, Heel offers a wide variety of homeopathic treatment options to fit the bill. ClearLife’s Nasal Spray, Tablets and sterile, preservative free Eye Drops are designed to alleviate uncomfortable allergy annoyances without the common side effects found in some over-the-counter medications.
For those suffering from fatigue or nervous tension, WellMind Calming temporarily relieves minor, occasional simple nervous tension and irritability to help occasional sleeplessness and WellMind Alertness helps to restore mental focus and clarity due to fatigue.
Research indicates that many are turning to natural remedies instead of traditional therapies, with the use of homeopathic medicines increasing by 44 percent from 2007 to 2012.[i]
An estimated 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year, with allergies ranging from indoor/outdoor factors, food and drug, latex, insect to skin and eye allergies.[ii]
Sleep loss costs U.S. employers an estimated $63.2 billion in lost productivity per year, according to researchers at Harvard Medical School.[iii] The Harvard researchers point to “presenteeism,” where people attend work but only operate at subpar productivity levels due to insufficient sleep.[iv]
In an ongoing Gallup survey of the American workplace, Gallup found that seven out of 10 workers have “checked out” at work or are “actively disengaged.”[v] Gallup puts the price tag of active disengagement at up to $550 billion in lost economic activity each year.[vi]
[i] IBIS World. Homeopaths in the US: Market Research Report. Retrieved from http://www.ibisworld.com/industry/homeopaths.html
[ii] “CDC Fast Facts A-Z,” Vital Health Statistics, 2003
[v] “State of the American Workplace” Poll, Gallup, 2013
[vi] “State of the American Workplace” Poll, Gallup, 2013