What Are Common Allergy Triggers?

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Seasonal allergens include pollens, tree grass and weed pollens, and mold spores, and don't forget flowers as well. Pollen allergies are on the rise, climate change, global warming, carbon dioxide tells plants to produce more pollen and the pollen itself is more powerful and super charged. Allergies aren't going anywhere and unfortunately that 65% of those with asthma have allergic asthma.

Get tested to find out what your triggers are to feel better this year. Indoor allergies, what's the allergy hotspot in the house? It's the bedroom. The house dust mites, any where from one to 20 million dust mites are living in your pillow, your bed sheets, and your box spring. It's important to realize that may manifest in a variety of ways.

You may have puffiness under your eyes, allergic shiners, you may have a crease in the middle of your nose from repeatedly rubbing your nose, machine gun sneezing, runny nose. All of these are allergy symptoms that can be successfully treated and a planned designed by your allergist. allergyandasthmarelief.org is the American college of allergy, asthma [xx] website to get a relief test, found out what allergies you have, how to fix it and find an allergist that's board certified in your community to start an allergy action plan, allergy survival.

Other things indoors, pets. Most people have pets. 50% of the US population has cats and dogs. Cat allergen more powerful than dog allergens. People love their pets, they'll never get rid of their pets so that's why the allergist need to come up with ways that are safe and effective to treat you despite the fact that half of us have pets in our homes .

About 10% of us who have allergies, have pet allergies. Closer to 20% of those who have asthma, also have pet allergies. Cockroach, other things in a home, molds, [xx], all of these things can dictate if you have suffering year round or indoors. It's important to understand, look at the environment, take a step back and get tested and find out if you or a family members has allergies to construct an individual treatment plan. And finally, allergy shots or allergy injections.

It's the only treatment we have that actually stops or reduces the progression of allergic disease. Long term immunological cure is what we're going forward, couple of months of build up, maintenance treatment is designed to make the allergy symptoms go away, enhance the quality of your life, sleep better, work better and feel better all around.

Allergy shots, see an allergist near you for a proper individual treatment program. Success is just around the corner.