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Everyday more and more people are becoming intolerant to some type of allergy. Regardless if it’s gluten foods, a bad pollen count, or a certain food allergy, the reaction could be serious.
Here at Healthy Answers we provide both the medical and healthier alternative to living a better quality of life from the consequences of an allergic reaction. If you’re suffering from a sinus infection or a lactose intolerance problem, this information could be vital to your health.
Healthy Answers can give you all the facts and natural solutions for an asthma attack, a skin rash, hive breakout, or a peanut allergy reaction.
An allergy response is really a hiccup in your immune system. A mildly irritating, foreign substance like pollen makes its way into your body through your nose. And instead of responding with a mild reaction and cleaning out the substance, your body’s immune system goes into overdrive. The result is the symptoms that are usually associated with allergies.
There is nothing sweeter than that first wisp of spring air wafting through an open window or the first time you hear the crackle of fall leaves under your feet. Unfortunately, for more than 35 million Americans, these simple pleasures have come to herald another season of discomfort due to allergies.
At this time of year when temperatures are getting much cooler and it’s raining more often, I get a lot of patients coming in complaining of a chronic cough and feeling like there’s a faucet slow drip, drip, dripping in the back of their throat. These are common symptoms of a condition usually associated with […]
Several of my patients have come to me with the fear that they may be addicted to their over-the-counter nasal spray. Their sinuses are chronically blocked and they keep using a nasal spray to clear them! They’re not alone either. In fact, researchers claim that there are 10 million Americans chronically dependent on using nasal […]
Many of my patients are pet lovers. In fact, the pet population in the United States is over 100 million! And not only is it fun to have a pet, medical studies show that people who have pets have lower blood pressure, less depression, and actually live longer than those who don’t. But sometimes having […]
Millions of Americans suffer from allergies, and we all fall prey to the common cold from time to time. Though very different, these two conditions cause similar symptoms. Sometimes it is difficult to tell whether allergies are making you sniffle and sneeze or whether the cold virus is to blame. Many patients I’ve treated over […]
Have you ever stepped into a crowded elevator, inhaled a whiff of fragrance and suddenly found yourself struggling to breathe? If this has happened to you, you are probably sensitive to scents and chemicals. Since these triggers are all around us, it is difficult to avoid unpleasant reactions. It is estimated that between 15 and […]
We’ve all done it. Wandering through the mall, something in your favorite gadget store catches your eye. Before you know it, you’ve spent a good amount of cash on a product that looks really cool, but will probably end up in the back of a closet. In conversations with patients and friends, it seems that […]
Do you know anyone with a food allergy? In our family, my mother has an allergy to nuts (all kinds of nuts). Whenever we go out to a restaurant or to someone’s home for dinner we have to ask that most important question: “Is this dish prepared with nuts?” If you’ve ever known someone with a food allergy this medical issue can often interfere with their lifestyle.