Allergic Rhinitis Hay Fever2019-01-30T18:22:18+00:00

Allergic Rhinitis Hay Fever

Arcadia Allergy & Asthma

Allergic rhinitis is a typical problem in Arizona. Also known as hay fever or simply ‘allergies’, nearly 50% of all Americans have at least one allergy that causes them discomfort. Allergies are the result of your immune system reacting against proteins in the air, such as pollen from various types of vegetation, animal dander, and other irritants that don’t typically cause an immune response. Everyone can have a different reaction to allergens, and it’s important to understand which allergens can affect you the most and how to alleviate your discomfort. At Arcadia Allergy & Asthma, our allergy doctors can help find a solution for your discomfort.

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Everyone is different and everyone can have different immune reactions in response to allergens in the air. Symptoms can vary among everyone. Some may experience itchy eyes or noses, sneezing or cold symptoms, and some of these symptoms may only occur during certain times of the year. Unfortunately, some may have more severe symptoms that may result in them having a difficult time concentrating or functioning due to the seriousness of these symptoms. Thankfully, there are many options that can help patients get their symptoms under control and sometimes even cure their allergies!

The most common triggers for allergies in Arizona include certain tree pollens (olive, ash, and mulberry), molds (which grows outdoors in grass and around or on other vegetation, weed pollens (such as sagebrush, ragweed, creosote, and others), and grass pollen. Other common triggers for indoor allergens may include cats and dogs and other pets in your home.

CONDITIONS
WE TREAT

RESPIRATORY
  • Hay Fever
  • Asthma
  • Cough Treatment
  • Sinus Disease
SKIN
  • Allergic Contact Dermatitis
  • Angioedema
  • Hives/Urticaria
  • Eczema/Atopic Dermatitis
GI
  • Food Allergies and
    Intolerances
  • Food Protein Induced
    Enterocolitis Syndrome
IMMUNE
CONDITIONS
  • Immune Deficiency

Diagnosing Allergic Rhinitis in Arcadia

The top rated Arcadia allergy doctors at Arcadia Allergy & Asthma can identify whether or not you have allergies as well as pinpoint the cause of your symptoms. With thorough testing and analysis, we can create a detailed treatment plan that will give you the relief you deserve. Consult with the staff and providers at Arcadia Allergy & Asthma to find out more about the steps we can take to help diagnose your allergy problems and effectively alleviate your allergic rhinitis symptoms with ease.

Personalized Allergic Rhinitis Treatment

Once we have diagnosed your allergic rhinitis, the allergy doctors at Arcadia Allergy & Asthma will create a detailed and uniquely personalized treatment plan. In some cases, medications can be extraordinarily effective for many patients. If your symptoms are severe enough, avoidance of allergens might be recommended for you to obtain allergy relief. Contact our staff and providers to get relief for your allergic rhinitis symptoms through an effective and detailed treatment plan that fits your needs.

Arcadia
Allergy Doctors

At Arcadia Allergy & Asthma, our primary goal is to find the most effective, long-term solutions to help control your allergic rhinitis. Allergen immunotherapy, or allergy shots, are an effective treatment and work in 80-85% of patients. This is not the only treatment solution we provide, however, and our allergy doctors in Arcadia can help find the right treatment plan for you. Contact our allergy doctors today to schedule an appointment and take steps to get your allergy symptoms under control.

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