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High pollen levels increases Covid-19 cases

A new study shows that high levels of pollen correlate with the number of Covid-19 cases. The more pollen in the air, the more people get sick. This is due to the pollen’s ability to weaken the immune system by impairing the secretion of interferons on the mucous...

High pollen levels can affect non allergists

Are you feeling tired, having itchy eyes or a runny nose for the first time during pollen season? This does not have to mean you’re allergic. Even if you don’t have birch allergies, you could be feeling the high pollen levels! Scientist states that every second year...
Air pollution intensifies the pandemic

Air pollution intensifies the pandemic

As smog season in Asia begins, the second wave of Covid-19 and the bad air quality could make the situation worse. Breathing polluted air can have a dramatic effect on the immune system and the respiratory tract. Harmful airborne particles also known as PM 2.5...

October = It’s Cold Outside

Are you sick right now…? Many of us are having a cold at this time of the year. What better way than to use NOSA plugs to improve your breathing experience? As you know, NOSA plugs contains a menthol scent that can help you when you are inhaling and exhaling...

Q&A @NOSA-ambassador

5 Q&A WITH OUR DEAR AMBASSADOR ALMAZ We did a quick Q&A with our Dutch NOSA-ambassador Almaz. She works as a Law Enforcement Officer in Utrecht, the Netherlands. She is exposed to a lot of different smells during her professional tasks. Apart from this, she...

Surströmming + NOSA plugs = YES

Swedish food culture? Did you know that August is the month for the annual tradition of eating surströmming? It’s a salted fermented herring with a disgusting smell that no one can seem to avoid. Last week the NOSA-team got a visit from our Dutch NOSA-ambassador...