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Frequent rain over the past few weeks reduced pollen counts. When the weather clears and temperatures begin to rise, tree and grass pollen levels will be very high.

The most popular antihistamines for allergies are: Allegra, Zyrtec, Xyzal and Claritin - most are available in cheaper, generic forms.

Adding a nasal steroid, Nasacort, Flonase or generic fluticasone can reduce nasal congestion and inflammation.

Antihistamines are better at preventing symptoms than they are at reversing them. Once allergy symptoms begin - it’s best to use antihistamines daily throughout pollen season. Antihistamines and steroid nasal sprays treat allergy symptoms but they do not treat the cause of the problem. Once allergy symptoms begin it is likely they will return and possibly worsen each year.

The alternative to treating symptoms is treating the cause of the problem with painless, stay at home sublingual allergy drops. A great option and an alternative to allergy shots for children and adults. No copays, doctor’s visits and no reported side effects in children and adults. Allergy drops - a natural and proven method used in Europe for over 90 years and approved by WHO (World Health Organization).I'm a paragraph. Click once to begin entering your own content. You can change my font, size, line height, color and more by highlighting part of me and selecting the options from the toolbar.

Allergy symptoms can mimic a common cold but NOT the Corona virus. Fever, cough, body aches, sore throat and shortness of breath are common signs of viral infections. Allergy symptoms do not include fever or body aches. Most common allergy symptoms are: itchy, watery eyes, clear nasal discharge and occasional cough most likely from a postnasal drip. If your symptoms respond to an antihistamine – you DO NOT have a viral infection or the Corona virus.

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Allergies and Snoring

Posted on February 20, 2020 at 4:20 PM Comments comments (13)

Snoring and nasal congestion caused by allergies increases the risk of developing sleep apnea. A potentially serious and life threatening condition that can lead to high blood pressure, strokes, heart attacks and diabetes.

The good news is that reducing nasal inflammation caused by allergies may reduce symptoms of both snoring and sleep apnea.

A few simple allergy tests can determine the cause of inflammation and nasal congestion. We use the most current method of treating allergi...

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Allergies - chronic cough and asthma

Posted on February 15, 2020 at 11:10 AM Comments comments (0)

80% of children and adults with asthma, chronic cough, sinus problems have allergies. Less than 10% will ever be tested or see an allergist. Medications do not cure allergies. Allergy vaccines treat the cause of allergies and boost the immune system. Not crazy about allergy shots? Oral allergy drops are the perfect and safe alternative to allergy shots and are recommended by the World Health Organization.

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Allergy and Sinus Infections

Posted on January 30, 2020 at 2:35 PM Comments comments (2)

The first three or four days viral sinus infection cannot be differentiated from an early, acute bacterial infection. A pattern of improvement followed by a worsening of symtptoms -- called double sickening-- between days 5 and 10 is more likely to be caused by a bacteria and therefore should respond to antibiotic treatment. Zpak is not the best choice to treat bacterial infections because of increasing resistance.

Best Treatment for Mold and Dust Mite Allergy

Posted on January 9, 2020 at 12:25 AM Comments comments (0)

People with mold and dust mite allergies are more likely to have sinus headaches, asthma, coughing, excessive mucus in the throat and asthma symptoms. Antihistamines have little or no effect on relieving mold allergy symptoms. Allergy testing to identify the problem and sublingual allergy drops to treat the cause is the most convenient and best treatment.

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Simple, safe, at home allergy treatment.

Posted on January 1, 2020 at 11:00 AM Comments comments (1)

No easier or safer way to treat allergies in adults and children than with daily, under the tongue allergy drops. Treat the cause and not the symptoms in the convenience of your own home. No co-pays, painful allergy shots or frequent visits to the doctor’s office.

Allergy Symptoms Worse During Christmas

Posted on December 12, 2019 at 3:15 PM Comments comments (0)

Sus árboles de Navidad pueden empeorar los síntomas de alergia, sinusitis y asma. Los árboles de Navidad vivos contienen esporas de moho y polen. Es mejor usar una manguera de jardín para lavar el árbol varios días antes de llevarlo al interior.

Los árboles artificiales que se almacenaron a menudo contienen polvo y moho viejos que pueden causar o agravar los síntomas de alergia.

Las velas navideñas, el popurrí y los perfumes tambi&...

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Best Allergy Treatment

Posted on November 15, 2019 at 7:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Allergy drops are a genuine, breakthrough treatment because instead of targeting symptoms, allergy drops eradicate the underlying condition that gives rise to the allergic symptoms in the first place which makes it a truly effective allergy treatment. Allergy drops can be administered to children as young as four years old, thus making them a great choice for famil...

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Sinus Symptoms Best Treatment

Posted on November 1, 2019 at 1:45 PM Comments comments (1)

Inflammation of the sinuses caused by allergies is often confused with a sinus infection. Antibiotics are not indicated nor are they effective. Simply Saline nasal spray reduces inflammation, nasal congestion, postnasal drip and cough. The effect of Simply Saline does not last long and therefore must be used frequently. Depending on severity of symptoms – frequency could be 8 – 10 times a day – always with head tilted back so entire amount of saline enters the throat. See my...

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Fall Winter Allergy Symptoms - allergy treatment at home

Posted on October 11, 2019 at 9:25 PM Comments comments (834)

The transition from summer to colder weather causes problems for people with indoor allergies. Dust mites in carpeting, mold in basements and pets can cause a chronic cough, postnasal drip, frequent throat clearing, stuffy nose, snoring, sinus infections, headaches and asthma.

Unfortunately, these symptoms are frequently treated by primary doctors or urgent care centers as sinus infections or bronchitis. Prescribing antibiotics when there is no bacterial infection may do more harm than ...

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Allergy drops for ragweed and mold allergies

Posted on October 3, 2019 at 4:45 PM Comments comments (1)

Ragweed and mold levels are increasing just as students are returning to school. Studies show test scores are lower and mental processing of information decrease more during ragweed season than any other time of year. Antihistamines can make matters worse by causing drowsiness. Nasal steroids reduce inflammation and congestion and are a safer alternative than decongestants.

The newest, safest and best treatment for seasonal, chronic allergies and sinus problems are sublingual allergy...

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