“I believe allergies shouldn’t be an excuse to forgot an active lifestyle. The great outdoors is fun! There’s so much you can discover about yourself, your loved ones and the world when you’re out there. It was when I realized this that I decided to do everything I can to not let allergies control what I can and cannot do. I decided that I should always be ready,” Villania-Arellano said.
Adventurous souls don’t like to be bogged down by anything, not even an allergy attack. Actress and TV host Iya Villania-Arellano suffers from allergy, but she still takes life by the horns and doesn’t let anything get in the way.
So how does she do it?
She is in the gym at least four times a week, does a mixture of core kinesis, Plana Forma and Power Plate. She also trains regularly to prepare for a roster of challenging triathlon events this year.
“This active lifestyle is a choice I had to make. After seeing how certain foods, combined with a sedentary lifestyle, affect my health and mood, I decided to take charge of my health. I definitely feel better than I did before,” she said.
But Villania-Arellano is still not immune to allergy attacks. “It catches up with me during the most unexpected moments. Once when I was on a trip, my allergy broke out because of pollen and I wasn’t able to act on it because I had no water with me. Allergy attacks strike even at home when I play with Drew’s pet. Good thing, I am now always ready by bringing a pack of Claritin Reditabs wherever I go,” she said.
Loratadine (Claritin Reditabs) is the same powerful Claritin millions have trusted in a new and revolutionary format. “Just peel off the foil and pop it in your mouth. This new and convenient format can be taken anytime, anywhere. No water needed! This non-drowse variant orally dissolves in seconds and leaves you with a fresh minty taste. And the effects last for 24 hours,” Villania-Arellano said.
“Living a healthy and active lifestyle is possible in spite of allergy attacks. Eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly, and of course, always be ready with a pack of New Claritin Reditabs,” she added.