The weather here lately has been a little crazy! It’s gone from cold to warm and back again leaving my husband and I with some pretty intense headaches. Speaking of which, I had one yesterday that left me feeling pretty helpless.
Recently I was given the opportunity to participate in a tour to promote Advil Congestion Relief. A product that battles congestion relief, sinus pressure or nasal inflammation.
I personally haven’t tried this product out because I am nursing my son and am very careful about any medication that I do tend to take for what ails me. I’m going to be contacting my Doctor and find out if this medication is acceptable soon, though. On the other hand, I have read some reviews by customers whom swear by this medication!
Did You Know? (information provided by USA Today)
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Facts About Advil® Congestion Relief:
Have you ever tried to blow your nose to relieve congestion but nothing came out? Many people are not aware that their sinus pressure is often caused by swelling due to nasal inflammation, not just mucus.
A recent poll revealed that 79% of Americans are not aware that “inflamed nasal passages” are a potential cause of nasal congestion.
- Advil® Congestion Relief is a new solution that directly treats what is often the real cause of congestion – swelling due to nasal inflammation. Advil® Congestion Relief is the right sinus medicine for the real problem.
- Advil® Congestion Relief combines the power of Advil® and an effective decongestant, to provide relief from sinus pressure, nasal swelling, congestion, and headaches.
- Advil® Congestion Relief is available at major retailers nationwide.
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Disclosure: I am working with One2One Network and Advil Congestion Relief, and that all opinions are my own. I was provided Advil Congestion Relief information, samples and coupons by Pfizer Consumer Healthcare.”