Although seasonal allergies are less frequent in the winter, allergic rhinitis can occur at any time of the year. At various times of the year, many plants release their own pollens. You might suffer hay fever throughout more than one season, depending on your allergy triggers and the climate where you reside. Additionally, indoor allergens like mold or cat dander can cause a reaction in you.
This has a 40–60 million American impact. Your symptoms may include sinus infections frequently brought on by untreated allergic rhinitis, as well as stuffy nose, sneezing, and itchy throat. In addition to a wide range of therapeutic approaches, such as avoidance strategies, medications, and allergy injections, we offer skin testing and blood testing for the most prevalent environmental indoor and outdoor allergens. Our objective is to enhance quality of life while using the fewest number of medications.
Here, patients choose from a spectrum of services based on their needs— including needs related to seasonal allergies, food allergies, asthma, eczema, immune diseases, and much more.
Symptoms of seasonal allergies range from mild to severe. The most common include:
Less common symptoms include:
Hay fever happens when your immune system identifies an airborne substance that’s usually harmless as dangerous. It responds to that substance, or allergen, by releasing histamines and other chemicals into your bloodstream. Those chemicals produce the symptoms of an allergic reaction.
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|Seasonal Allergies Treatment|
|Tree Pollen Allergy Treatment|
|Grass Pollen Allergy Treatment|
|Birch Pollen Allergy Treatment|
|Spring Allergies Treatment|
|Weather Allergy Treatment|
|Cure For Seasonal Allergies|
|Severe Pollen Allergy Cure|
|Juniper Allergy Treatment|
|Pine Pollen Allergy Treatment|
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