How Allergy Treatment Can Reduce Migraines

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on May 10, 2019

iStock 487676966While 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.

Symptoms of an Allergy-Triggered Migraine

How will you know if you’re having a migraine triggered by allergies? Here are some common symptoms:

  • Stabbing headache pain that often presents on one side of your head
  • Nausea
  • Sinus pain that begins behind your forehead and cheeks
  • Facial pain
  • Symptoms that worsen with exposure to bright light

Another way to tell if your migraine might be allergy-related is to track seasonal headaches. Having headaches when allergens are highest — spring, summer, and fall — is a clue.

Getting Control of Allergy-Triggered Migraines

The best way to soothe migraines caused by allergies is to get tested for allergies and then get treatment. Temple Allergy and Wellness uses a simple, pain-free Multi-Test PC2 to test for multiple allergens — fast.

After testing, you can begin a treatment program.

One easy way to get control of allergies is by choosing sublingual (under-the-tongue) allergy drops. These easy-to-use drops provide pain-free, safe, and effective resolution of allergies — and the headaches that come with them.

Got Migraines in Temple, TX?

If you’re suffering from migraine headaches and you live near Temple, Texas, you’re in luck. Mikala Schooler, NP at Temple Allergy Clinic can help you get the treatment you need to break through the pain and reclaim your life.

With a Master of Science in Nursing, Mikala is knowledgeable of the latest in scientific breakthroughs in allergy treatments.

Using non-painful allergy testing methods, she can determine if allergies are at the root of your migraine issues, then get you the treatment you need so you can start living the pain-free life you deserve.

Call (254) 778-6475 today and take the first step toward managing your migraines.

Posted In: Allergy Treatment Headaches and Migraines