Category: Cedar Allergies

7 Tips to Manage Grass Allergies in Temple, Texas

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on April 3, 2020

Grass allergies are a huge pain during Temple’s summer months.  If you’re allergic to grass pollen, you’ll experience symptoms of hay fever, also known as allergic rhinitis in the medical world.  No one wants to spend the first few months of summer... Read More

7 Tips to Manage Oak Allergies in Temple This Spring

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on March 3, 2020

Allergies might be extremely common but that doesn’t make them any easier to deal with. Studies show that up to 60 million people in the United States suffer from seasonal allergy conditions like hay fever and allergic rhinitis each year.  Living in... Read More

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

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

The Most Common Winter Allergies

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on December 12, 2018

If you're newly suffering from allergies, you might not realize that allergens aren't only a warm weather thing. There are plenty of things you may be allergic to all year around, and that includes suffering from winter allergies. There are some... Read More

Cedar Allergy Treatment: Tips for Managing Cedar Allergies Effectively

Written By Temple Allergy and Wellness on November 9, 2017

Every year, do you dread November and December as various cedars come into season? Faced with the thought of another few months of suffering from “cedar fever,” are you contemplating going into hibernation? You’re not alone.  Thousands of people across America also... Read More

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