Do you sometimes feel allergies are out of your control? It may be time to visit a board-certified allergist! From sniffles to sneezes and beyond, life with allergies can feel frustrating when you’re on your own. Luckily, trained allergy specialists are ready to help you discover relief. If you’re seeking expert guidance and personalized care,
Imagine a world without sniffles and sneezes. Picture a life free from pollen’s control. For more than 50 million Americans living with allergies, this may seem like a dream. However, there is a very real path to symptoms relief. Allergy shots are an FDA-approved option that can stop symptoms for good. What are allergy shots?
Ready to find relief and improve your quality of life? It’s time to schedule your first allergy appointment! As a new allergy patient, preparing for your visit will help you make the most of your time with the allergist and ensure a smoother experience for all. This comprehensive guide will walk you through the essentials
Do sniffles and sneezes accompany changing seasons? The common cold is a common occurrence affecting most Americans between two to four times per year. However, these typical symptoms could be something more – allergies. The line between a cold and allergies can sometimes blur, leading to confusion about the best course of action. That’s why
As a loving parent, you always want the best for your children. That means making sure they are happy and healthy. So, what are you to do when bothersome symptoms impede their quality of life? A visit to your local allergist’s office can alleviate the causes of this discomfort and bring your family answers and
Are your allergies acting up in the comfort of your home? It may be due to indoor allergens. Symptoms can be triggered by a variety of indoor irritants, from dust mites to pet dander and mold, making keeping a tidy home essential to your good health. By implementing a few simple strategies, you can create
There is a ton of information floating around in the world, and sometimes things stick that aren’t necessarily true. When it comes to medical conditions, these misconceptions can lead to patients waiting longer before seeking treatment, incorrectly diagnosing themselves, and using incorrect medications.
In the Chattanooga area, weed pollen usually begins to pollinate in August and continues until the first or second frost. Learn more about the fall allergy season.
Here at Family Allergy and Asthma, we know just how difficult it can be to fight summer allergies, especially when any sign of cough, congestion, or a sore throat can be a symptom of something worse.
When allergy and asthma symptoms are relentless, we offer Cluster and Rush Allergy Shots To speed up the timeline. Learn more!