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What You Need to Know About Allergies and Treatment Methods

Treat Your Allergies Right 

At Natural Allergy Drops, we provide crucial information on different allergies, their symptoms, and how to treat them properly. Browse our blog posts to read some of the topics we have discussed. If you want to learn more, reach out to us in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.

Corona Virus and Allergy Symptoms

Pollen High What shall I do?

Posted on April 9, 2020 at 5:35 PM


Corona quarantine keeps most of us indoors and away from the extremely high pollen counts. Allergy medications are challenged and may have minimal effect when pollen levels are this high. Daily nasal steroids with an antihistamine may do little to relieve eye, nasal symptoms and cough. Get out the Simply Saline. You may have to use 7 or 8 times a day to reduce nasal congestion, drip and cough. (Link) Don’t use decongestants like Sudafed or antihistamine - decongestants.. Zyrtec-D etc. ...too many side effects. If you have moderate to severe allergies and are not on allergy shots or drops chances are your symptoms will return, get worse or become an all year problem. Easy way out is with sublingual allergy drops at home to treat pollen, mold, dust mite and pet allergies.

Allergies and Snoring

Posted on February 20, 2020 at 4:20 PM


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 allergies by using sublingual drops – the treatment used by John Hopkins University.

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Allergies - chronic cough and asthma

Posted on February 15, 2020 at 11:10 AM


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.

Allergy and Sinus Infections

Posted on January 30, 2020 at 2:35 PM


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.

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