So my new friend Chris has a hauntingly awesome show that came out last year in the UK but with a new season in the works I'm eagerly awaiting the season one posting on Reality TV's website!
I will be hosting a watch party and of course YOU are hearing about it first my little trend setters.
Created by Ghost Adventures’ Zak Bagans, Help! My House Is Haunted is a fresh new ghost-hunting series that leaves no stone unturned when it comes to searching for paranormal entities. Three investigators from around the world, join forces to uncover new evidence and find solutions to more than just bumps in the night. From lonely specters to problematic Poltergeists to Dark malevolent Entities. Owners of lived in castles, restaurants, pubs, multi-use properties, and family homes have had enough and want answers. The premier series spotlights haunted locations in the UK, Wales and Scotland as Internationally known Medium and Paranormal investigator Chris Fleming (USA) and Paranormal Investigators Barri Ghai (UK) and Sandy Lakdar (France) take the art of ghost-hunting into the 21st century. These 3 tackle the hauntings from start to finish. Finding who or what is attached to these locations. Using years of expertise and highly specialized technical equipment the team sets to work to find answers to the unexplained, and free homeowners from unwelcome spirits or learn how to coexist with them.
HELP! MY HOUSE IS HAUNTED is a 12-episode long series currently airing right now on UKTV’s Really Channel until late October.
Q: Is it airing outside the UK and Northern Ireland?:
Not yet, only in the UK and Northern Ireland at this time, the hope is this series will air internationally in all markets, including the USA, France, Canada, Asia, Australia, and so on! No further information is known at this time. TBD.
Q: Where can I watch?
It is available for viewing to subscribers of Sky 155, Freeview 17, BT & TalkTalk 017.…and On demand on UKTV Play
Q: Does Zak Bagans or any of Ghost Adventures crew make an appearance on the series?
No, Zak is the brainchild and executive producer of the series. He co-produced the series with his partnership with My Entertainment (USA) and Back2Back Productions (UK).
Q: Is Chris Fleming on all the episodes?
Yes, Chris is one of the three-team investigators and appears on all 12 episodes. Barri Ghai from the UK, who has appeared on numerous paranormal shows including the recent Celebrity Ghost Hunt and Sandy Lakdar who has appeared on Ghost Adventures and her own series, The Believers which airs in France both join and complete the three-person team. This is Chris’s return to TV as a regular and his 3rd broadcast TV series. He first took his passion to TV on the series Dead Famous with Gail Porter which aired from 2004-2008 in various countries for 32 episodes and on 5 episodes of A&E’s Psychic Kids in 2009-2010. Since then he has made guest appearances on numerous programs such as Ghost Hunters, Ghost Adventures, Paranormal Challenge and other unique paranormal programs.
Q: Is this like all other paranormal shows, what makes it different?
This series is taking a different approach in documenting the investigators to not just find answers and evidence, but obtain resolution – come up with practical, spiritual and unique solutions for the homeowner while confronting the spirits or entities haunting the home or land. Any evidence or encounter is tested and either verified or debunked during the investigation, but any debunking is mostly edited out to focus on what they do find and associate with the haunting. Solutions and spirit removal is rarely seen on TV. Since programs are only 42-44 minutes in length, the walk through, research and interviews along with the 12+ hours of investigating have to be condensed down to fit the one-hour time slot with commercials. Due to time and program constraints, certain evidence, and most debunking or testing of data has been edited out to give time for the story and important findings.
Q: What is the series mainly about?
Three investigators look into sightings and encounter experienced at a haunted location to help and find answers for the owner or owners. Some owners want it removed, others just want to know what it is and come to an agreement with the ghostly occupants. The team investigates the history and confront the spirits in the home to find out what is really going on. After reviewing collaborating evidence, their own experiences during the investigation and any messages or responses from the haunting spirits, the team comes to a conclusion on who or what is haunting the home and then follows through with a solution. They present all information and any evidence to the owner the following morning after a walk through the day before and all night investigation that stretches over 12 hours at the location. The goal is to help the client and the spirits attached to the property.
Q: Do any of the crew members have experiences?
Most of the crew experienced the unexplained during production,, encounters occurred during the all-night investigation and general filming of footage at the location. Some members, for the first time in their lives. Some of these encounters were captured on camera and may appear in the show. The series goal is to keep it organic and share what happens when it happens, for all involved. Cast and crew alike.
Q: How long is the season running?
Help! My House is Haunted launched on Really channel in the UK on Friday, July 13th, 2018 on Fright Night, and runs until Mid to late October of 2018 with 12 hour long episodes.
Q: Where can I find out more about the show?
You can follow on social media via Really Channel on twitter and on Really Channels website.
As well as through the social media of the investigators on the series:
Chris Fleming twitter
Chris Fleming Facebook Public Page
Barri Ghai Twitter
Barri Ghai Facebook page
Sandy Lakdar Twitter
Sandy Lakdar Facebook
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Is jewelry causing that skin rash?
It’s the end of the day. You take off your go-to pair of earrings that you wear all the time and notice your ear lobes are covered with itchy red bumps. That rash may be the sign of a nickel allergy.
Allergies are the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the U.S. and more than 50 million Americans experience various types of allergies each year. Nickel isn’t one of the more common allergens. Here are answers to five common questions about nickel allergy:
What is nickel allergy?
Nickel is found in costume jewelry, watchbands, belts and eyeglass frames. Nickel allergy is different from your typical environmental, animal or food allergy. With those allergies, people usually experience an immediate reaction. If it’s environmental, you usually get sinus symptoms such as itchy eyes, runny nose and congestion. With animal allergy, you have the same sinus symptoms and may have difficulty breathing and hives. Food allergy symptoms include hives, swelling, shortness of breath, chest tightness or vomiting shortly after the exposure.
With nickel allergy, it takes a while for the immune cells to become sensitized. It could be months or years before you develop the contact dermatitis the allergy causes. The itchy red and sometimes blistering rash develops over time and it can take a long time to go away if left untreated.
What causes nickel allergy?
The cause of nickel allergy is unknown and there aren’t any risk factors for nickel allergy, unlike with the typical environmental, animal or food allergies. If you have a strong family history of environmental, animal or food allergies, you have a higher risk of developing an allergy. With allergies that cause contact dermatitis, it’s really hard to predict who will get it and when. There are people who may have used a product or been exposed to something their entire lives and, all of sudden, they start reacting to it because their immune cells have become overstimulated.
How is nickel allergy diagnosed and treated?
When I see a patient who thinks they have a nickel allergy, I take a good clinical history based on the location of the rash. I may also recommend patch testing. Patch testing is a little different from our typical allergy testing, where we’re doing a scratch test to look for immediate allergens. Patch testing involves taping allergen chambers to the back and leaving them on for 48 hours. One to two days after the patch is removed, the area of the back is examined and graded by a doctor. Sometimes people have a little redness all the way up to full on blisters. Then we know what degree of allergy they have.
How is nickel allergy treated?
Nickel allergy is usually treated with a topical steroid. You might be able to get away with an over-the-counter ointment but, if it’s a little more extensive, I’ll prescribe a prescription-strength topical steroid cream or ointment. If it’s really severe, you may need oral steroids to get the reaction to calm down.
How do you prevent nickel allergy rashes?
We really focus on prevention to keep nickel allergy rashes at bay. Wear gold, platinum, stainless steel or nickel-free jewelry. Silver jewelry is often a mixture of metals, so you need to make sure the silver doesn’t contain nickel. Use cloth, leather or plastic watchbands. If you have issues with belt buckles, wear an undershirt that tucks into your pants or skirt so there’s nothing rubbing against your skin. People have tried painting the item with clear nail polish, but there’s no scientific evidence it works. Usually, we just try to eliminate nickel or put a barrier between the skin and the allergen.
Princess Ogbogu is director of Allergy and Immunology at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center.
Makeup products, including mascara and eyeliner, are an important part of many people’s beauty regimens. However, bad habits and poor makeup hygiene can lead to problems involving your eyes and eyelids. Additionally, if you have sensitive skin, you may be more prone to allergy and irritation resulting from cosmetics.
Put simply, by applying makeup correctly and practicing good hygiene techniques, you can avoid many unwanted eye problems.
1. Avoid applying eyeliner to your eyelid marginsThe edges of your eyelids (the eyelid margins, near where your eyelashes grow) contain important oil glands called the meibomian glands. These oil glands provide the oily component of the tear film that lubricates your eyes.
Makeup can block these oil glands, causing an unstable tear film that evaporates too quickly. This can lead to issues with dry eye and irritation.
Applying eye makeup at the “waterline” – behind the lash line, where your eyelid meets your eye – is more likely to block the meibomian oil glands. Additionally, applying eye makeup to the waterline may increase the amount of cosmetic that enters your tear film and therefore contacts the surface of your eyes. Products such as glitter may be more likely to do this.
This is not only irritating, but may also potentially expose your eyes to harmful bacteria. If you want to apply eyeliner, make sure you do so on the side of your eyelashes that is farther from your eye.
2. Remove makeup before bedTaking makeup off before bed allows your eyes and eyelids to take a break from any potential inflammatory and irritating makeup particles. Remove your makeup every evening with a gentle makeup remover. Be sure to remove your contact lenses first! Some people with sensitive skin or a history of allergies may benefit from a hypoallergenic makeup remover.
Health tip: A gentle alternative to clean your eyelashes and remove makeup is baby shampoo.
3. Throw away old makeupEye makeup, especially mascara, provides a moist environment that can act as the perfect breeding ground for bacteria. This puts you at risk for conjunctivitis, or pink eye. For this reason, it’s a good idea to dispose of any liquid or creamy eye makeup, including mascara and eyeliner, after three months. If your makeup becomes contaminated (for example, by touching something other than your eyelids), or if you develop pink eye, you should dispose of your eye makeup immediately
4. Don’t share makeup brushesSharing makeup and cosmetic tools, such as makeup brushes, can facilitate the spread of bacteria. This increases the risk of infection of the eyelids and even of the eye itself. It may be wise to avoid samples at makeup stores for this reason.
5. Contact lens wearers may be at higher riskWearing contact lenses can increase the risk of eye problems such as irritation and infection, particularly with poor contact lens hygiene. If your makeup hygiene is subpar, these risks are even higher. However, with the appropriate contact lens hygiene and makeup hygiene, most people can safely incorporate both contact lenses and makeup into their daily routines.
If you develop eye problems with your makeup, such as redness, pain, irritation, or vision changes, you should discontinue the use of all cosmetic products and see your eye care provider as soon as possible.
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