10 Tips to Prepare for Cedar Allergies This Season

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on February 3, 2020

The dry Texas winter has made cedar allergies unbearable for many allergy sufferers this year.  Doctors at Dell Children’s Medical Center say about a quarter of all recent patients were admitted for cedar reactions.  Fortunately, you can take some precautions to keep... Read More

Pet Allergy? Don't Rehome - Get Tested and Treated

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on December 9, 2019

Pets are part of the family.  It’s sad and overwhelming when you realize your beloved pet is the source of your running nose, watering eyes, or even asthma attacks.  According to a survey by the ASPCA, 6.12 million households rehome a pet... Read More

The Most Common Winter Allergies in Texas and How to Treat Them

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on November 8, 2019

It’s almost winter in Texas.  In other words, it’s time for duck hunting, deer hunting, and – seasonal allergies? Texans face allergies year-round these days. Here are the most common winter allergies in Texas and how to treat them naturally. Texas’s moderate winter... Read More

7 Signs You Need Mountain Cedar Allergy Treatment

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on October 10, 2019

  Most people suffer from the worst allergy symptoms either in the fall or spring. This is due to airborne spores from mold and pollen, but winter allergies are normal, too.  If you find yourself needing to pack extra tissues during your... Read More

Why Should You Get the Kids Tested for Allergies Before School Starts?

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on August 9, 2019

Schools aren’t nicknamed germ factories for no reason. The truth is, school also exposes your children to higher levels of allergens – food, pollen, pets, you name it. A non-painful allergy test can help you avoid missed school days and keep your... Read More

How to Manage and Treat a Ragweed Allergy

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on July 11, 2019

Summer and fall are no fun for anyone with a ragweed allergy. Studies show that at least 30% of the population suffers from seasonal ragweed allergies and that number is steadily rising. A single ragweed plant can release a billion grains of... Read More

The Most Common Summer Allergies in Texas

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on June 11, 2019

Everything is bigger in Texas, and that includes allergies. Due to the year-round temperate climate most Texas communities experience, allergies can be a big deal any time of year, but summer is the worst. Summer allergies in Texas can present with a... Read More

How Allergy Treatment Can Reduce Migraines

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on May 10, 2019

While an aching head, stuffy nose, and sinus pressure are often dismissed as sinus headaches, they might actually be migraines. If you have allergies, your immune system is sensitive to environmental changes which can trigger body-wide inflammation, including migraines. How will you... Read More

Individualized Non-Painful Allergy Testing and Treatment

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on April 11, 2019

Allergies are a fact of life for more than 50 million people in the United States. As the sixth leading cause of chronic illness, allergies are one of the most common health complaints. Allergies can be episodic or chronic and are... Read More

Most Common Spring Allergies

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on February 12, 2019

Spring is probably one of the worst times for allergy sufferers. Spring allergens are profuse because it's the time when all green and growing things start to pop up and pollinate again.  Some people think that warmer states pose fewer allergens... Read More

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