Cough, Cold and Flu

A Guide to Night Nurse

A Guide to Night Nurse

15th November, 2017

If you are looking for fast and effective nighttime relief from cough and cold symptoms, Night Nurse is a superb solution. If you are wondering if Night Nurse is a suitable product for you, read on to have all of your Night Nurse questions answered.

How the flu vaccine is made

How the flu vaccine is made

31st October, 2017

The flu travels across from Australia, through Asia towards England every year. The migration of the virus and it’s contact with animal viruses means the strain that arrives in the UK differs every year.

What is flu and what are the symptoms?

What is flu and what are the symptoms?

31st October, 2017

Flu is a highly infectious, airborne virus, spread through coughs, sneezes and surface contact – such as touching door handles. It affects the UK from September to April each year.

All About Winter Allergies

All About Winter Allergies

18th October, 2017

Hayfever season may be over, but that doesn’t mean that you won’t suffer from sneezing, wheezing or sinus pain during the winter months. With this in mind, let’s discuss how winter allergies may affect you and how to treat them.

Flu Season: When, What, Why?

Flu Season: When, What, Why?

28th September, 2017

As another flu season looms, we have put together the ultimate guide to flu season with all of the need-to-know basics covered including what you can do to prepare.

Sinutab vs. Sudafed

Sinutab vs. Sudafed

5th July, 2017

If you are suffering with cold and flu symptoms, allergies or sinus related pain and congestion, Sinutab and Sudafed are both effective treatments. Sinutab and Sudafed are both used to treat congestion and provide relief from headaches and aches and pains but which is better for you?

Sinutab - Congestion Relief

Sinutab - Congestion Relief

20th April, 2017

With hayfever season on the way, you may be experiencing a number of symptoms as a result of seasonal allergies. You may be suffering with a blocked nose, sinus pressure and general congestion, all of which can cause discomfort over time.

Blocked nasal passages are often associated with excess mucus build-up, but they can also be caused by inflamed blood vessels which cause swelling in the nose. This can result in that blocked nose feeling and it can become difficult to breathe through the nostrils.