Is Allergy Desensitization Right for You?
If you suffer from allergies, you owe it to yourself to give allergy desensitization a try. Innovative Family Health has a simple testing procedure that won’t leave you hurt and itching. Furthermore, recent breakthroughs in treatment allow for a simpler desensitization process.
What is Triggering Your Allergies?
Your allergies have a trigger. Is it cats or dogs? Dust mites or pollen? Mold and mildew? What about foods like dairy, soy, fish, shellfish or nuts? Maybe you have many triggers. Wouldn’t it be good to know?
There are so many causes that this list only scratches the surface of what makes us itch. Fortunately there is a new allergy identification and desensitization that can make your life better.
Choose Allergy Testing at Our Clinic
Allergy identification often starts with inflaming the skin to determine the allergen. This leaves you uncomfortable and itching. We think its better to have a less invasive testing system, and that’s why we use a special blood test. With only a small sample of blood, our lab can determine allergen sensitivity.
Just a finger stick yields enough blood to find allergy-causing antibodies. Once we know the triggers for your allergies, we can proceed with a personalized treatment plan.
Allergy Desensitization Treatment Options
After we identify your allergens, we will work with you to block them. Our futuristic approach includes a toothpaste that is formulated to increase your natural immunities and block allergens from bothering you. The main goal is to free you from the anxiety and health effects of allergies. However, this approach has another benefit. It has fewer side effects, such as those that occur from regular use of antihistamines.
Why Should You Address Allergens?
Allergy symptoms may be a constant bother or a big threat. It depends on the allergen trigger. The level of reaction will dictate how aggressively the allergy must be treated. If you experience any of these symptoms, allergies may be the reason:
- Itchy eyes
- Itchy nose
- Watery eyes
- Asthma attacks
- Sore throat
If a certain food or an insect bite is the culprit, you may have a more dangerous reaction:
- Swelling of the tongue or throat
- Swelling of the face
- Swelling at the contact point (stings)
Food allergens can also cause:
- Stomach upset
- Ongoing stomach problems
- Skin problems
It’s time to take control of the allergies that are trying to control you. Make an appointment with Innovative Family Health by phone or online.