3 Ways To Treat Your Allergy Symptoms


What is the best treatment for seasonal allergies?

Seasonal allergy symptoms can be managed by avoiding your trigger or limiting your exposure and taking over-the-counter allergy medications like antihistamines. The best treatment for allergy symptoms is sublingual immunotherapy, which can be used to retrain your immune system to ignore allergens instead of causing an allergic reaction.

If your allergies are ruining your life, it might be time to start thinking about allergy immunotherapy. That's a way of building up a tolerance in your body to the things that you're allergic to so you have a long-term relief.

So in general, there's three ways of treating allergies.

1. Avoid Allergy Triggers

The first way is trying to avoid what you're allergic to. And this works well, if you just have a cat or dog allergy; but it's hard if you have multiple allergies.

2. Try Over-the-Counter Medications

The second option is using medications. And in terms of medications, there are over-the-counter medications like Claritin, Zyrtec, and Allegra. And these can be bought and tried. And they're things like Flonase and Nasonex. There are also prescription medications like Azelastine and Singulair that you should talk to your doctor about.

3. Allergy Immunotherapy Treatment

And then the third option, if you've tried and failed a lot of these over-the-counter medications, is allergy immunotherapy. And what that is you give your body small bouts of what you're allergic and over time you become tolerant and this provides long-lasting relief.

Types of Immunotherapy

So there are two types of that too.

Allergy Shots

There's allergy shots, which is where you get an injection in the arm weekly for about three to five years. And over time that helps you build up a tolerance. This does have to be done at a doctor's office though, because there's a risk of a life-threatening reaction. 

Sublingual Immunotherapy Allergy Drops

The alternate option is allergy drops, which are taken under the tongue at home every day. These tend to be easier for some patients, but they do have different responses and allergy. In general, they're much safer and patients get long lasting relief.

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Allergy care doesn’t have to be inconvenient, ineffective, or unsafe. If you want long-term allergy relief that will help you beat your allergies for life, schedule a consult with one of our allergy doctors today to get your personalized treatment plan!

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