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New report claims over a million Britons may have been misdiagnosed with Asthma

Health watchdog the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (NICE) has warned that up to a third of those diagnosed with asthma may have no clinical symptoms of the condition. … Read full post

Free download: Guide to detoxing your home

With the onset of a brand new year, most people’s thoughts turn to how they are going to re-vamp their lifestyle, health or physical appearance in order to feel better. But many people forget that their own homes are a great place to start making some simple changes. Making some small adjustments to your bedding, cleaning products, skincare regime or water can result in reduced allergy symptoms, increased energy levels and all-round better health.… Read full post

Advice from Asthma UK regarding current cold weather

The UK's leading asthma charity Asthma UK has issued some advice on managing symptoms in the current cold weather conditions.… Read full post

Brighten Up Blue Monday 2015

Did you know that today is thought to be the ‘most depressing day of the year’? … Read full post

Detox your home this January - Drink cleaner water

Many people have made new year's resolutions to drink more water. Now is a perfect time to 'upgrade' your water at home so you can rest assured that your 8 glasses a day are clean and safe.… Read full post

Breathe easy this January

In the cold winter months, low indoor air quality can be a concern for many of us. … Read full post

Healthy City Living

With almost 30,000 deaths per year* thought to be accelerated as a result of exposure to air pollution, it could be a concerning problem that is growing every day. This issue is perhaps most concerning for those of us who live in cities, who are exposed to high levels of smog on a daily basis. For allergy sufferers and the chemically sensitive, the negative health effects of this may be immediate. For everyone else, they may not become apparent until years of exposure have passed. If you’re concerned about the potential effects that air pollution may be having on your health, there are a few steps that can be taken to reduce your exposure to harmful chemicals and VOCs...… Read full post

Wishing You All a Very Happy New Year

Now that 2014 comes to a close, we would like to wish you all a happy and healthy 2015. You can look forward to new and interesting articles, a revamped website and, coming soon, tips on detoxing your home for the new year.… Read full post

Don’t let allergies ruin your Christmas!

Everyone wants to have a merry, stress-free Christmas, with a delicious dinner and the family all in good spirits. However, sometimes Christmas can be a very stressful time. Expectations are high, particularly for the designated host, and when allergy triggers are added in to the mix, the festive season can be anything but magical. Be prepared and enjoy the celebrations by following these top tips...… Read full post

Why consider organic bedding?

Many people try to eat more organic food, use organic skincare and wear organic clothing. But how many of us consider using organic bedding?… Read full post

Could food sensitivities be preventing you from losing weight?

If, like most of us, you’ve ever tried a traditional low-calorie diet and failed, a new book by Dr. John Mansfield may help shed some light on why this perhaps isn’t the best way to lose weight.… Read full post

Keeping psoriasis under control

Psoriasis is a complex and little-understood condition, which can cause soreness, thickening, redness and irritation of patches of the skin. It affects around 2% of the population, and although symptoms can vary in severity, it can be a distressing condition that can impact on the sufferer’s self-confidence. … Read full post

Keeping eczema under control during cold weather

Eczema is a misery all year round, but winter is a particularly challenging time for sufferers. … Read full post

Top Tips for Indoor Allergy Week (20-26 October 2014)

Autumn is now in full swing, and we all seem to be retreating indoors as the weather gets chillier. As it’s Indoor Allergy Week, we wanted to share some simple tips with you to help reduce the misery of indoor allergies as winter approaches.… Read full post

Mould Allergy and Mental Health

As today is World Mental Health Day, we thought it would be a good idea to raise awareness of the little-known link between mould allergy and depression.… Read full post

Filtering your water – How a small change can make a big difference to your health

There’s nothing as refreshing as a glass of pure water. With water making up around 60% of the human body, hydration is key to good health. The drinking water from your tap may do the job just fine, but it also may contain a whole host of undesirable ingredients that your body can do without! Similarly, bathing water can contain a number of irritants for those suffering with skin allergies and eczema.… Read full post

Introducing Blueair Air Purifiers

Have you seen our new range of Blueair air purifiers?   With Swedish design combined with high performance air purification, they deliver ground-breaking technology in a sleek, sophisticated package.   Whether you're looking for an air purifier for home or the office, these models will give you more clean indoor air faster than any competitor. Virtually silent in operation and using an incredibly small amount of energy for its purification power, we are proud to welcome the Blueair brand to our range… Read full post

5 Things You Didn't Know About Dust Mites

How much do you know about the house dust mite? Read on for 5 little-known facts about these tiny creatures...… Read full post

Should you always make your bed?

It may be one of our most hated chores, but it looks like there’s no excuse not to make your bed today! It’s “National Make Your Bed Day”, and our friends at The Fine Bedding Company have quizzed the nation on their bed-making habits to celebrate.… Read full post

4 Ways to Combat Mould

Mould is not just unpleasant to look at, it also can increase the risk of respiratory problems. For people with mould allergy, the presence of mould can cause all sorts of unwanted symptoms, from wheezing and rhinitis to panic attacks and depression. Many people experiencing these symptoms have no idea that mould may be the cause, and do not recognise it as a trigger. … Read full post