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- 7 min readHow To Treat Swollen Eyes From Allergies
Allergies cause a range of uncomfortable symptoms like coughing, sneezing — and swollen eyes. Whether it's due to seasonal pollen, pet dander, dust mites, or other allergens, dealing with swollen eyes can be both irritating and unsightly. Fortunately, there are numerous options for treating eyes swollen from allergies.
- 9 min readWhat Are The Typical Ragweed Allergy Symptoms?
Late summer elevates ragweed pollen levels in the air and affects nearly 50 million people in the United States alone(1). Beginning around August and commonly peaking by mid-September, symptoms of ragweed allergy sufferers can range from mild to severe. In some cases, ragweed pollen may also contribute to the triggering of other negative health conditions. This makes it vital to identify your ragweed allergy and work with your doctor or allergist for a solution.
- 8 min readHow To Tell If You Have Allergies Vs Cold Symptoms
As the seasons change, so does the risk of developing symptoms that mimic the common cold. It’s challenging to recognize the difference between allergies and a cold as a lot of the symptoms overlap. However, understanding the key differences and similarities between these two conditions is crucial for effective management and treatment.
- 8 min readCan Allergies Cause Fever Like Symptoms?
Allergies can be a real nuisance, causing a wide range of uncomfortable symptoms — but can allergies cause a fever? While most people associate allergies with sneezing, runny noses, and itchy eyes, it's possible for allergies to produce other symptoms that often go along with a fever. This makes it vitally important to be able to distinguish between the two.
- 10 min readCan Allergies Make You Tired?
If you’re one of the millions of people who experience allergies, then you’ve probably felt some of the most common symptoms like nasal congestion, a sore throat, coughing, or itchy eyes. What about the times when you felt exhausted from your allergy symptoms? Can allergies cause fatigue? The answer is a resounding yes.
- 12 min readHow To Treat Brain Fog From Allergies & Get Mental Clarity
Dealing with brain fog from allergies can be a frustrating and debilitating experience. Cognitive cloudiness and lack of mental clarity can significantly impact your daily life. Fortunately, there are various methods you can explore to alleviate these symptoms and regain your focus and mental sharpness.
- 8 min readHow To Know If You Have Dust Mites Lurking In Your Home
Although we can’t see dust mites (D. Farinae), they are one of the most common causes of allergies and asthma in our homes. But if you can’t see them, how do you know if you have dust mites?
- 10 min readWhat Is Hay Fever?
What is hay fever? It may surprise you to learn hay fever is not a fever at all — and it’s not caused by hay. Today, we’re examining hay fever, its causes, common symptoms, and treatment methods. Learning about hay fever is the first step towards finding relief and improving your quality of life.
- 5 min readYou Can Actually Be Allergic To Exercise
It seems ironic that one of the cornerstones of a healthy lifestyle could be potentially life-threatening. But for a small subset of people, exercise can trigger an allergic reaction known as exercise-induced anaphylaxis (EIA).
- 5 min readUnderstanding Sun Allergy Symptoms, Causes and Management
Sun allergies, also referred to as photodermatoses or photosensitivity disorders, are a group of conditions characterized by an abnormal reaction of the skin to sunlight or artificial ultraviolet (UV) light.
- 3 min readWhy Western Countries Have Higher Rates of Allergic Asthma
Although allergies exist everywhere, rates vary drastically from country to country. There is a clear link, however, between urban and Western societies and an increased prevalence of allergies and asthma.
- 3 min readDo Allergies Affect Mental Health?
Growing research shows a link between conditions such as allergic rhinitis, asthma, atopic dermatitis, food allergy, and mood disorders such as anxiety and depression.