Spring Allergy Season is Right Around the Corner!

 

Spring allergy season is fast approaching, and for some parts of the country, it started in February.  Hard to imagine, with snow on the ground everywhere I look!  However, I know my allergies will catch up with me soon enough.

If you have spring allergies, then trees are likely the culprit.  You can get your local allergy outlook at sites like https://www.pollen.com/. You can view pollen counts, your current allergy season, and view a national allergy map.

Those of you who started sublingual immunotherapy prior to the spring allergy season should be less symptomatic than those of us  who either waited too long to start therapy or haven’t been to our provider to get allergy tested/treatment.

It’s not too late to begin a sublingual immunotherapy program to treat the underlying cause of your allergies. Check with us to see if there’s a provider in your area that treats allergies with our allergy drops.

Can Nasal Irrigation Reduce Sinus Infections? 

Research underscores the benefits of using the ancient method that’s recommended by doctors today.

In a recent study, participants who used nasal irrigation to treat recurrent or chronic sinusitis saw more symptom improvement over a six-month period than those who didn’t use the technique. Nasal irrigation also reduced headaches and decreased study participants’ use of over-the-counter medications.