Posts by AENT Associates:
Why Epinephrine Is Used to Stop Allergic Reactions
Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction which is usually triggered by foods, drugs, an insect sting or latex. Anaphylaxis symptoms progress quickly and can be fatal if left untreated. The early symptoms may be mild, including itchy eye, runny nose or rash; but these symptoms can quickly lead to more serious problems like: Facial swelling […]
- Posted on: Sep 28 2018
Foods to Avoid If You Have Hay Fever
Ragweed allergies make millions of Americans miserable each fall by triggering itchy eyes and stuffy noses. They can also cause oral allergy syndrome – mild allergies to certain raw foods. Here are some foods ragweed allergy sufferers should cut out of their diet this autumn. Foods to Avoid If You Have Hay Fever from Allergy […]
- Posted on: Aug 22 2018
Month-by-Month Pollen Guide
Get relief from your allergy symptoms. Contact an Allergy & ENT Associates near you!
- Posted on: Jul 30 2018
Can Raw Local Honey Cure Allergies?
If you’re one of the 40 to 60 million Americans with hay fever, your symptoms have probably flared up in the past few months.1 Fortunately, there are many treatment options to alleviate uncomfortable allergy symptoms like sneezing, scratchy throat and itchy eyes. Most seasonal allergies are mild enough that the symptoms can be managed with […]
- Posted on: Jun 27 2018
Do Essential Oils Help With Asthma Symptoms?
Essential oils aren’t anything new. Ancient Egyptians used aromatic plants for medicinal purposes.1 For the past few decades, they’ve been used to scent products and flavor foods. More recently, they have become a large part of the country’s appetite for wellness and holistic healthy living practices.2 Celebrities from all walks of life have praised essential […]
- Posted on: Jun 18 2018
How to Minimize Suffering During Allergy Season
How to Minimize Suffering During Allergy Season from Allergy & ENT Associates Many people look forward to spring and summer, but for those who suffer from seasonal allergic rhinitis, it can be a challenging few months. Commonly known as hay fever, seasonal allergic rhinitis is caused by seasonal pollen fertilization cycles. Symptoms include a runny […]
- Posted on: Jun 5 2018
Is It Allergies or Sinusitis?
You can always tell when your allergies come back. Sniffling, sneezing and coughing disrupt your day, itchy, watery eyes and a runny nose halt productivity, and congestion keeps you from sleeping a wink. It’s no secret allergies are one of the most common chronic conditions. They are the sixth leading cause of chronic illness, affecting […]
- Posted on: Jun 5 2018
Minimizing Pet Allergies
Are you suffering from a pet allergy? Contact Allergy & ENT Associates today!
- Posted on: Apr 11 2018
Can Nasal Irrigation Help With My Sinus Infection?
Sinus infections, also known as sinusitis, can make life miserable for sufferers. Your sinuses are located above your eyebrows flanking the bridge of your nose and in your cheeks just below your eyes. These pockets, commonly referred to as nasal passages, should be filled with air. When people get a cold or suffer from seasonal […]
- Posted on: Apr 5 2018
Tips for Reducing Spring Allergies for Gardeners
Tips for Reducing Spring Allergies for Gardeners from Allergy & ENT Associates Spring is a beloved season for those lucky enough to have a green thumb, but for the millions who suffer from seasonal allergies, springtime can also be downright debilitating. Symptoms ranging from sneezing and watery eyes to fatigue and runny nose can often […]
- Posted on: Mar 22 2018