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Respiratory Allergies as a Result of Menopause and How DON’T PAUSE Can Help

DON'T PAUSERespiratory allergies are one of the lesser known symptoms of menopause, but they are not uncommon. In fact, women who are in perimenopause, or the period immediately before menopause, have an 80 percent increase in respiratory symptoms, according to a study that was published in the “Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology” which means that a majority of women in menopause are struggling with respiratory allergies.

Your hormones are intricately involved with other body systems, including your immune system. This means that even if you do not have a history of respiratory allergies, you may still be susceptible to developing them during menopause. If you have suffered from allergies in the past, you may become more sensitive or have stronger reactions as you reach menopause. Asthma and other respiratory conditions may worsen, and symptoms may become stronger or more frequent.

Common allergens can include animal dander, dust, mold, pollen, insects, foods and medicines. Limiting your exposure to allergens can help decrease your reactions, but you may also need to take a more proactive approach towards symptom management. DONT'T PAUSE can tackle menopause-related respiratory allergies at their source. It is designed to restore hormonal balance and ease menopausal symptoms, such as respiratory allergies and increased sensitivity. It goes right to the source of the problem and can reduce the incidence and severity of not only respiratory allergies, but also other menopause symptoms.

Women may also be able to manage their respiratory symptoms by making lifestyle adjustments. Laundering linens and curtains more frequently and vacuuming and dusting often can help keep indoor allergens under control. Use a HEPA air cleaner to help remove even more allergens, and use an air conditioner during warmer seasons to cut down on humidity, which can encourage mold growth and insect populations. Avoid venturing outside on days that allergens such as pollen and mold are likely to be high, and take DON’T PAUSE as directed.

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