Seasonal Allergies


Millions of Americans suffer from the debilitating effects of seasonal allergies. Common allergy symptoms include a runny nose and itchy, watery eyes. Analyzing a person’s specific group of symptoms is often the first step in determining if a condition is a cold or seasonal allergies.

To minimize symptoms, allergy sufferers are often forced to stay indoors and limit their activities to avoid environmental triggers. Seasonal allergies can even impact children and their school performance.

Fortunately, there are effective strategies and treatments for fighting back against seasonal allergies. For example, sublingual immunotherapy is a painless, convenient option that gives your body the tools it needs to combat seasonal allergies. 

Wellness and Prevention