True Health & Wellness: May 2018 Update
May Allergy Supplement Deal: We know that spring is in full swing & that means allergies! Because of this we are taking 15% off our allergy supplements for the month of May. If you are suffering from allergies, ask how we can help!
THAW Fit Day: Join True Health & Wellness Sunday May 20th for a walk around Beckman High school track. Go at your own pace & have some fun! Join Dr. David Starting at 10am. Bring your running questions! Snacks provided!
The OC Marathon: Team True Health & Wellness will be running the OC Marathon on Sunday May 6th. Follow all the race events that day, or join us for the half/full marathon: OC Marathon
City of Tustin Angels Baseball night: 2nd Annual Angels Baseball night for the city of Tustin will be Thursday May 10th. Join us for a fun night at the ballgame: City of Tustin Angels Night
Laguna Hills Half Marathon: Team True Health & Wellness will be participating in the Laguna Hills Half Marathon Memorial Day 5/28/18. This is the last leg in the 361 OC running Challenge to receive a special medal. Register to run here: lagunahillshalfmarathon
2018 Office Hours:
Mon, Wed, Fri: 9am – 5pm
Tues, Thurs: 2pm – 6pm
Sat: 9am – 12pm
True Health & Wellness
12721 Newport Ave Suite 2
Tustin, CA 92780
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Hidden Home Allergens
Pets: Even if you are not allergic to your cat or dog, when they go outside they can collect pollen and mold spores on their fur and track them inside. Try to wipe your pets down with a clean towel after being outside. Clean their fur and paws to reduce the amount of allergens that may be hitchhiking indoors with your best friend. Be sure to wash the towel after being used. Set up a regular hygiene regimen for your pet (bath, nail clipping, brushing). This will help keep you both clean and healthy.
Indoor Plants: Plants can give off pollen, harbor allergy-triggering mold, and even collect dust. Be sure to wipe the leaves with a clean cloth on a weekly basis to help remove possible allergens.
Furniture: A lot of household products contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Your upholstered furniture and even your carpets can emit these compounds into the air over time. Although they don’t cause allergies, they can aggravate your nasal passages and throat. This can make it seem like you are having seasonal allergies or worsen an existing allergy flare up. You can have your carpet and furniture tested for VOCs (search for “VOC testing Lab” online to find one nearby). The most common offender is 4-phenylcyclohexene (4-PC). If you are looking for new carpets/furniture be sure to look for low-VOC labels. VOCs could be the reason you are having allergies where you haven’t been able to identify a cause.
It’s in the WALLS: Latex paints are known to release VOCs. Mold can also grow beneath sheets of wallpaper. Bathrooms and kitchens are hot spots for mold growth. When possible use tile to help fight mold. You can also look for paint with low or no VOCs.
Links to more information on allergies:
Get Outside With Allergies
Allergies and Food
How to help allergy symptoms
School Health Tips
Remember that this information is for educational purposes only. Seek the advice of a health specialist before making any changes to your healthcare.
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