Dr Konstantinos D. Dardagianopoulos gives us 6 useful tips which can help us escape those incessant sneezes.
- Avoid taking walks in the country or mountain treks during “peak hours”, meaning those hours when the air is “loaded” with pollen, when the wind is up or there’s a lot of sunshine.
- The car windows should preferably be kept closed during trips. If you feel warm, use the AC.
- Air out your house early in the morning (no later than 9 am), and keep the windows closed after that.
- Keep your house clean so that you are protected from dust and mites which exacerbate your condition.
- Don’t forget to wear sunglasses to protect your eyes, as well as a helmet when riding a motorcycle; this will prevent allergens from entering your nose and mouth.
- Air out your clothes every time you come home.
who is who
Dr Konstantinos D. Dardagianopoulos is a doctor specialising in classical homeopathy and acupuncture – TCM. He was born in Krefeld, Germany, in 1968 and studied medicine in the ‘90s at the Heinrich-Heine University at Düsseldorf, Germany. In 1994–1995 he was trained in acupuncture (traditional Chinese medicine – TCM) in Chengdu, China, and in Berlin. From 1993 to 1995 he took part in classical homeopathy seminars (Germany), from 1996 to 2006 he was trained in classical homeopathy (International Academy of Classical Homeopathy, Alonnisos, Greece) by Giorgos Vithoulkas. In 2007–2009 he took part in the post-graduate course “Holistic alternative therapeutic systems – Classical homeopathy”ª at the University of the Aegean (Syros, Greece) where he received the relevant Master’s of Science degree (MSc). He practices medicine based exclusively on classical homeopathy and acupuncture (TCM), at his private office since 1998.
50, Iroon Politechniou str., Patras, Greece - tel. 2610-435887, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org