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Help me with my allergies.

Posted on May 17, 2019 at 8:20 PM Comments comments (1)

Help! What can I do about my allergy symptoms? Pollen counts are high and will continue to rise. If you have a brief allergy season allergy with mild to moderate symptoms an antihistamine like Zyrtec or generic substitute (Ceterizine) might help. For some people with moderate to severe symptoms it might be best to take an antihistamine everyday during the season. Antihistamines do a better job preventing symptoms and poor at reversing allergy symptoms once they appear.

Adding a nasal steroid like Flonase - generic fluticasone cheaper - 1 spray once or twice daily may also reduce symptoms. Using Simply Saline multiple times a day will reduce nasal inflammation, cough and post nasal drip. Instructions on how to use Simply Saline https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ujHZHZIOiD8

Keep in mind allergy medication only offers temporary relief of symptoms and does not treat the cause of the problem. For a more permanent solution - sublingual allergy drops are available and are a safe alternative to the potentially dangerous allergy shots

Best treatment for pollen allergies.

Posted on May 12, 2019 at 3:20 PM Comments comments (0)

Tree pollen counts will continue to rise followed by grasses, weeds and mold for the next several months. Allergies cannot be cured by medication. Children suffer more than most adults. School performance suffers as a result of their allergy symptoms and side effect of antihistamines.

Old fashioned and painful allergy shots are not given to children but they are excellent candidates to receive allergy drops. A perfect and safe solution to your children's allergies. Treat allergies at home with all natural allergy drops is available.

Dr. Lin, noted allergist and immunologist, at John Hopkins uses allergy drops to treat her patients.

Allergist treat allergies better than your family doctor.

Posted on May 12, 2019 at 3:20 PM Comments comments (0)

An allergist is successful in treating up to 90 percent of patients with seasonal allergies and 80 percent with chronic allergies.

Well over half say allergists’ treatment is very effective, while only 4 in 10 say the same of treatment by a non-allergist.

Patients who do not see an allergist may risk having test results misinterpreted which can lead to over-diagnosis and inappropriate management that can be harmful. It also may lead to over-prescription of medication and treatments, and costly and unnecessary allergen avoidance measures, including exclusion diets that may cause nutritional deficiency.

Best Seasonal Allergy Treatments

Posted on March 26, 2019 at 1:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Allergy season is about to begin. Tree and grass pollen will cause millions of adults and children to have itchy eyes, sneezing, nasal congestion, cough, fatigue and wheezing. Once allergy symptoms begin they tend to recur and may worsen. Desensitization is the only effective, long term, treatment for airborne allergies. Two methods are available – allergy shots or sublingual – under the tongue- allergy drops. Drops are safer, administered at home and can be given to children.

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Treating Pet Allergies

Posted on March 2, 2019 at 10:05 AM Comments comments (1)

Pet allergies can be treated in both children and adults with sublingual - under the tongue - allergy drops. Pet allergies cause skin rashes, eczema, red-itchy eyes, cough, wheezing, runny nose, sneezing, stuffy nose and itchy eyes. Allergy drops successfully treat pet allergies to dogs and cats in more than 80% of patients.


Allergy Eyes...puffy, swollen, discolored

Posted on February 7, 2019 at 7:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Swollen, discolored, puffy eyes is often a sign of allergies. Very common disorder - often referred to as “allergic shiners.” Often difficult to reverse unless the cause of the allergy or allergies is treated.          

 

Allergies Snoring and Sleep Apnea a dangerous combination

Posted on January 31, 2019 at 5:10 PM Comments comments (0)

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.

Online Consultations at Naturalallergydrops.com


Treating Pet Allergies with Sublingual Allergy Drops

Posted on January 25, 2019 at 3:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Your dog or cat can cause recurring “cold” symptoms, stuffy nose, snoring, chronic cough, postnasal drip, headache, asthma and even reflux. Pet allergies are very common – over 65% of households have one or more pets. There is no such thing as a “non-allergic” or hypoallergenic dog or cat. Cat dander is usually more potent and worse than dog dander. Pet dander and their dried saliva become part of the air we breathe and cause “cold” and allergy symptoms.

Avoidance and eliminating pets from the house is rarely an option and antihistamines only provide temporary relief.

In most cases, people with pet allergies can be desensitized to their dogs and cats using sublingual (under the tongue) allergy drops. Treating the cause is always better than treating symptoms. More info at Naturalallergydrops.com


Think you have food allergies?

Posted on January 19, 2019 at 4:40 PM Comments comments (0)

One out of every 10 people in the United States have dry itchy skin known as eczema. Eczema is more common in children but also found in adults. In children under the age of 2 eczema is most often related to milk and egg allergy but can occur with any food. Children over the age of 2 often have pollen, mold, dust mites or pet allergies. Children with eczema are also more prone to developing asthma, allergic rhinitis. Although we cannot treat food allergies with sublingual allergy drops, we can treat pollen, dust mite, mold and pet allergies.




Eczema and Allergies

Posted on January 11, 2019 at 9:10 AM Comments comments (0)

One out of every 10 people in the United States have dry itchy skin known as eczema. Eczema is more common in children but also found in adults. In children under the age of 2 eczema is most often related to milk and egg allergy but can occur with any food. Children over the age of 2 often have pollen, mold, dust mites or pet allergies. Children with eczema are also more prone to developing asthma, allergic rhinitis. Although we cannot treat food allergies with sublingual allergy drops, we can treat pollen, dust mite, mold and pet allergies.




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