"Jill is not alone as 60 percent of patients using a prescription medication to treat their seasonal allergies reported they are interested in finding a new prescription nasal allergy treatment," said Mike Tringale, director of external affairs for AAFA, the leading allergy patient organization. "With so many people dissatisfied with their current indoor and outdoor allergy treatment options, we are very excited to work with Jill to motivate patients to ensure they are effectively managing their nasal allergies."
Challenge Your Course will provide nasal allergy sufferers with useful
-- Keep windows closed to prevent pollens or molds from drifting into your
-- Use air conditioners as much as possible to clean, cool and dry the air
in your home
-- Try to avoid being outside on days when pollen count and humidity are
reported to be high, or on windy days when pollen and dust gets blown
-- Don't hang your clothes outside to dry, as they may collect pollen and
-- Minimize early morning activities when pollen is usually emitted
-- Avoid mowing your lawn or being around freshly cut grass; mowing stirs
up pollens and mold
-- If you have a pet, keep them out of your bedroom as much as possible to
avoid being exposed to animal dander throughout the night
Challenge Your Course is supported by UCB and sanofi-aventis, the makers of XYZAL(R) (levocetirizine dihydrochloride).
Indications and Important Safety Information
XYZAL(R) is indicated for the relief of symptoms associated with
allergic rhinitis (season
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