Allergies are so common that many people never think to do much about them. People often figure that taking an allergy pill or avoiding time outdoors at the height of allergy season is the best they can do to keep the sniffling and sneezing under control. But there’s more to allergies than just nasal discomfort…. [Read More]
What Allergies are More Common in Fall?
If you have seasonal allergies, you might have come to realize that “seasonal” doesn’t mean just one season out of the year. Plenty of people with allergies in the spring also experience fall allergies, and it’s also possible for people who get through the spring without any issues to suddenly start sneezing when fall comes… [Read More]
How Immunotherapy Is Helping People Live Happier, Allergy-Free Lives
From sneezing and runny noses, to itchy, watery eyes and sinus pain, the symptoms of seasonal allergies aren’t what anyone would call fun. Although you can’t cure your allergies, immunotherapy can help your body learn not to respond to various allergens. Think of immunotherapy like a vaccination against allergies, as it works in a way… [Read More]
Allergy Testing and Shots
Allergens Are Everywhere Allergies are the immune system’s response of controlling contaminants that enter our bodies. When breathing in an allergen, such as pollen or pet dander, the nose will begin to produce extra mucus to flush it out of the nasal passages. The eyes react in a similar way, tearing up in an effort… [Read More]