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

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on November 8, 2019

winter allergiesIt’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.

What are the Most Common Winter Allergies in Texas?

Texas’s moderate winter climate makes it a key destination for hunters. Sadly, spending extra time outdoors also puts you at risk for more severe allergy symptoms.

  1. Cedar: Cedar pollen has taken central Texans by storm over the past few years and produces some severe allergy symptoms.
  2. Mold: Mold allergies are annoying and can turn deadly so make sure to find and remove the source of the mold from your home or workplace.
  3. Dust Mites: Watch out for typically allergy symptoms and do some deep cleaning.
  4. Palm: Palm pollen is a common culprit behind year-round allergies and asthma symptoms – especially in workers who routinely handle the plants.

Natural Allergy Treatment in Temple, TX

At Temple Allergy and Wellness, we believe allergy treatment should be simple and accessible. 

That’s why we offer immunotherapy drops that you can safely take three times each day on your own time – whether you’re out on a hunt or at work.

Allergens like cedar pollen bombard your immune system and send it into panic mode. One day your air is clean and the next it’s filled with particles your immune system assumes are toxins. 

Immunotherapy helps your body gradually build a tolerance to common allergens like mold, ragweed, and cedar pollen so you’re less likely to experience severe allergy symptoms. 

For most patients, a round of treatment tends to last between three and five years. 

<pclass=”alert alert-primary”>Don’t let winter allergies slow down your winter hunt. Schedule a consultation at Temple Allergy and Wellness or call now at 254-778-6475.



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