Dr. Ed Neuzil, who has owned his own allergy, sinus and asthma practice in Central Florida for more than 11 years joins eHealth Radio and the Allergy Information Channel. Dr. Neuzil has also developed an herbal-enhanced nasal cleansing spray, Dr. Neuzil’s Irrigator that provides relief for dry, irritated nasal passages at www.IrrigatorNasalSpray.com. The nasal spray is now available in nearly 200 pharmacy, natural product stores and e-tailers in the U.S.
Listen to interview [audio player below] with host Eric Michaels & guest Dr. Ed Neuzil discuss the following:
- Many people are suffering from fall allergies now and attribute it to ragweed pollen. But you are joining us today with a warning about another typical fall irritant.
- In some ways, mold can be more problematic than other pollen. Why should listeners be concerned?
- What do you recommend that people do to avoid allergic triggers from mold spores? For those of us who prefer a natural approach to getting relief, what can we do to alleviate symptoms of allergies?
- The holidays and cold weather will be here for many of us before we know it. Are there potential sinus irritants that we should be on the lookout for during that time of year?
- At what point should you consider seeing a medical practitioner to help with allergic symptoms? What questions should you ask the provider?
Francis “Ed” Neuzil, PhD, MSN, ARNP is the creator of Dr. Neuzil’s Irrigator. He has over 34 years of experience in the medical field and is a Nurse Practitioner with 12 years of specialty expertise in the fields of allergy, sinus and asthma. He is the owner of the Allergy, Sinus and Asthma Family Health Center in Lady Lake, Florida and has five college degrees including his Ph.D. in Health Administration.
He created the herbal-enhanced sinus rinse for his own family and patients who often suffer during Florida’s extended allergy seasons. Dr. Neuzil’s Irrigator is not a steroid or nasal decongestant. This nasal spray is a saline formula with light menthol, natural oils and herbs added so it doesn’t burn, sting or leave an unpleasant aftertaste. It uses the natural decongesting effects of the essential oils to provide comfort and relief.
The spray is not medicated and is approved for children age four and up. In fact, in January 2012, Dr. Neuzil’s Irrigator received the Parent Tested Parent Approved Seal of Approval. (http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/1/prweb9127238.htm).
Neuzil is an Associate member of the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology and a member of several local, state and national professional organizations.
Related Web Site: www.IrrigatorNasalSpray.com