Aarkstore Enterprise – Allergic Rhinitis – Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to 2017

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Summary

The industry analysis specialist, has released a new report, “Allergic Rhinitis – Pipeline Assessment and Market Forecasts to 2017″. The report is an essential source of information and analysis on the global allergic rhinitis market. The report identifies the key trends shaping and driving the global allergic rhinitis market. The report also provides insight on the prevalent competitive landscape and the emerging players expected to significantly shift the market positioning of the existing market leaders. Most importantly, the report provides valuable insights on the pipeline products within the global allergic rhinitis sector. This report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in house analysis by GlobalData’s team of industry experts.

Scope

The report provides information on the key drivers and challenges of the global allergic rhinitis market. Its scope includes:
- Annualized global allergic rhinitis market revenues data from 2001 to 2009, forecast for eight years to 2017.
- Pipeline analysis data providing a split across the different phases, mechanisms of action being developed and emerging trends. The key mechanisms of action include histamine antagonists, anti-inflammatory agents, corticosteroids and immunomodulators.
- Analysis of the current and future market competition in the global allergic rhinitis market. The key market players covered are Merck & Co, GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca, Novartis AG, Sanofi-Aventis and HAL Allergy.
- Insightful review of the key industry drivers, restraints and challenges. Each trend is independently researched to provide a qualitative analysis of its implications.
- Key topics covered include a strategic competitor assessment, market characterization, unmet needs and the implications for the allergic rhinitis therapeutics market.

Reasons to buy

The report will enhance your decision making capability. It will allow you to:
- Develop and design your in-licensing and out-licensing strategies through a review of pipeline products and technologies and by identifying the companies with the most robust pipeline.
- Develop business strategies by understanding the trends shaping and driving the global allergic rhinitis market.
- Drive revenues by understanding the key trends, innovative products and technologies, market segments and companies likely to impact the global allergic rhinitis market in future.
- Formulate effective sales and marketing strategies by understanding the competitive landscape and by analyzing the performance of various competitors.
- Identify emerging players with potentially strong product portfolios and create effective counter-strategies to gain a competitive advantage.
- Organize your sales and marketing efforts by identifying the market categories and segments that present maximum opportunities for consolidations, investments and strategic partnerships.
- What’s the next big thing in the global allergic rhinitis market? – Identify, understand and capitalize

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Posted by admin - September 25, 2016 at 6:47 pm

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Beautiful Eyes

We have delicate skin around our eyes and it is known to be several times thinner than the rest of our face. In fact, our blood vessels are just a fraction of an inch away from the skin’s surface. Since it is more vulnerable, this is why wrinkles appear here first.

Some consumers may think eye care products are unnecessary and is just another marketing gimmick by companies to sell them more products but the truth is, a separate cosmetic product should be used for the eyes. The normal day or night moisturizer for the face is too heavy for our eyes.

To get best results on eye care, use an eye cream with SPF factor for day use. As you use, pat gently on the eye contour beneath the eyes to stimulate blood circulation. At night, use another eye cream to moisturize.

Dark circles

Dark circles can happen at any age, it is true. My three year old kid gets dark circles whenever he sleeps late or goes without his afternoon nap. The most common reason for this is lack of sleep although there are many other reasons such as genetics, stress and food intolerance such as cow’s milk. One common belief is that dark circles formed because of waste accumulation around the eye area.

According to experts, the capillaries under our skin at the eye area are so narrow that red blood cells lined up (in a single file) to pass through. Sometimes, these red blood cells break the walls of capillaries and leak into the surrounding skin. Special enzymes then break down the red blood cells, changing it to blue-black colour. It is the same mechanism that produces bruises when we knock our body into something.

Factors that cause dark circles such as thickness of skin under the eyes, genes that caused the weakened capillaries, our skin tone (the lighter it is, the more apparent the dark circles) and whether you have deep set eyes (the shadows contribute to the dark circles, making them more visible) are hereditary.

Puffy eyes

Caused by trapped fluid in the tissues under your eyes, it is usually more obvious in the morning due to accumulation of fluid overnight. Other than fluid retention, factors such as stress and allergies can result in puffy eyes. More often than not, it is usually caused by too much crying (due to over production tears in our eyes) or too much intake of alcohol.

If it happens regularly when you eat certain things, it could be a food intolerance problem. Common culprits are dairy products like milk and cheese. Or you could be sensitive to a certain brand. Try switching brands to see if your condition can improve.

Some researches shown that lymph flow (flow of bodily fluid i.e. mainly white blood cells) has an important part to play in reducing puffy eyes. Therefore doing some simple exercises daily can keep puffy eyes at bay!

Remedies for dark circles and puffiness

1) Wrap an ice cube using a hanky and place over your eye area for a few minutes to stimulate blood vessels and improve flow of toxins. Cold stainless steel spoon kept in fridge may also do the trick.

2) Tannic acid in tea is good for reducing swelling. Soak two teabags in cold water and squeezed out the water. Place them over your eyes for 10 minutes.

3) Put slices of cold fresh cucumber or raw potato on eyes for 15 minutes – cucumber has a soothing and cooling effect while raw potato contains Catecholase, an enzyme that works as a skin lightener and is also used for removing dyes of staining fruits.

4) Gentle massage using middle finger to tap the puffy area from inwards to outwards and repeat for few minutes to improve blood circulation.

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Posted by admin - September 24, 2016 at 6:30 pm

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Relaxing Sinus Massage to Treat Your Allergies

Have allergies been holding you back from having the time of your life in Las Vegas this summer? Tired of putting up with continuous throbbing pain behind your eyes and the inability to breathe freely through your nose? Fortunately sniffling and sneezing can be a thing of the past! Sinus congestion is caused when there is a blockage to the sinus passages by an accumulation of mucus or if the sinus passages are swollen due to infection. As a result, the mucus is unable to drain out as normal, therefore the pressure and soreness around the ears and face.

A new study proved that approximately one third of consumers are unable to participate in fun outdoor summertime activities because of sinus related symptoms. Around 64% of individuals who fall victim to sinuses make no effort to try and cure their symptoms. It is likely that this can be due to the fact that 2/5 people think that their allergy or sinus medicine doesn’t work. Getting a spa sinus massage is an effective and natural way to rapidly relieve your allergies. Not only is it painless and relaxing, but it also gets rid of headaches and promotes sinus drainage to help you breathe more easily.

During a sinus spa massage, a small amount of eucalyptus, lavender oil and peppermint is used to loosen the muscles in the rear of the neck, head and face. By giving pressure to particular places in these areas of your body, it activates the natural therapeutic tendencies to help clear sinus congestion. For example, when you’re forcing that last bit of cream out of the tube that’s clinging to the sides. Using your fingers, you make pressure and gradually force the contents out.

Spa Massages are known to be one of the best healers for our bodies and not only is it relaxing and pleasurable, but it also works as a stimulant. Relaxation, that occurs during a massage, releases a biological mechanism that prevents the brain from sending the “attack the allergens!” reply that makes you sneeze and wheeze. Sinus Massages keep your heart rate levels and blood pressure low while improving circulation, which will lower stress levels and help keep your allergies under control.

Another great way to relieve a sinus headache or nasty allergies is to exercise. It’s been proven that physical exercise helps people better deal with pain. It helps your sinuses to drain naturally, which minimizes the risks that they’ll get puffy and plugged. Mild exercise can prevent headache pain such as a twenty-minute refreshing jog or taking a bike ride around the neighborhood. Consequently low-energy workouts followed by a refreshing spa massage is a sure way to beat any sinus problems that you’re experiencing.

Don’t let your sinuses hold you back any longer! Come visit your nearby Las Vegas Spa now for a “Sinus Free” Massage!

If you are in Las Vegas, schedule an appointment with Sensations Skin & Day Spa Las Vegas. Sensations Skin & Day Spa is a Las Vegas Spa specializing in relaxation and skin care therapies including Massage in Las Vegas, Facials, and Body Treatments. Sensations Skin is a client of Brand Cannon in Las Vegas. Jason Rosen is a writer for Brand Cannon. Brand Cannon is a Las Vegas based marketing company that specializes in internet marketing, web design, graphic design and search engine optimization.

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Posted by admin - September 24, 2016 at 6:28 pm

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What is Sinusitis?

Sinusitis is the visible symptom of a general problem in your body with your mucous membranes.

Mucus is a slippery secretion produced by mucous membranes. It is a thick, gluey substance, similar to raw egg white, and it contains antiseptic and immunising properties. Mucus is produced to protect the linings of your air passages, digestive system, kidney and bladder, eyes, and ears. On average, you will produce about a litre of mucus a day.

(Mucus is also found in fish. The trails left by slugs and snails are visible evidence that they use mucus to glide around on.)

Mucous Membranes

The tissues that produce mucus are called mucous membranes, and they are there to keep the passages they protect clear of infection and to aid the movement of air, liquids or solids, depending on which system they line. All mucous membranes have the same nutritional and energy requirements. This means that, if you have a problem in any of these tissues, you may be sure that all the others are in a similar condition. If you have sinusitis, you will also have irritation in your lungs, gut, ears and other places.

What causes Sinusitis? As with every other disease, its primary physical cause is nutritional deficiency. That means that you are not taking enough of the right sorts of food to give your body enough of the right spare parts to repair your body.

If you have sinusitis, here are some of the nutrients you may be missing.

 Water

The first and simplest thing to look at is your intake of clean water. If you have to produce a litre of mucus every day, then you will need, at the very least, half a litre of water to make it with and more likely three quarters of a litre or even more. Since your brain takes up about 40% of the water that you drink, this means that, just to supply your mucosal needs, you have to drink 830 mls to 1300 mls of water a day. That’s about 1.5 to 2 pints, and this doesn’t take into account any of the other functions for which you need water.

Calcium sulphate

Calcium sulphate is not directly involved in the maintenance of your mucous membranes. It is one of the healing, cleansing and detoxifying agents that are constantly at work in your body to keep it healthy. If you don’t take enough of it in a form that you can absorb, your will not be able to break down dead cells. Instead, these cells and other decaying matter will accumulate in your blood and ultimately end up being excreted through your nose and other mucous membranes, instead of passing out through your gut. These are the cause of the thick white or yellowish matter that comes out of your nose.

Cacium sulphate, more commonly known as Plaster of Paris, is added to flours and other processed foods, to stiffen and give body. It is not really safe to take in this form. It is probably present in dark green leafy vegetables. It has been available for more than a century in homeopathic potency, as Calc sulph. Just recently, it has become available in liquid form on this website. These last two forms are the most reliable sources.

Potassium Sulphate

This tissue salt is used in the repair and maintenance of skin and mucous membrane cells. Unless you are taking sufficient amounts in your diet, you will be likely to suffer from catarrhal and skin problems. It is difficult to tell from chemical analysis which foods contain potassium in this form. It is safer to supplement with either Kali sulph, the homeopathic preparation, or with the liquid form, which is available through this site.

Although you may obtain temporary relief from antibiotics, nasal washes and the like, they do not address the primary nutritional deficiency problems that lead to sinusitis and other associated conditions, such as asthma and eczema. Why not get a bottle of Calcium Sulphate today, and see for yourself how much it helps?

Elizabeth Hendry is a Developmental Psychologist, Applied Kinesiologist and Omega Practitioner. Her new therapy Pathway to Peace uses all three disciplines to treat the whole person. Having suffered from Sinusitis for more than thirty years, she is now completely recovered as a result of using the tissue salts she recommends. For more information and to obtain products, visit her website at Your Best Remedy

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Posted by admin - September 24, 2016 at 6:20 pm

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