1. Recognizing Allergy Symptoms

    Many people suffer from allergies without even realizing the root cause of their misery. Allergy symptoms are persistent, unlike the common cold, and will not subside until the allergens that are triggering them are removed from the environment, or you begin a treatment plan to combat them. In this blog, we will look at some of the most common allergy symptoms to help you recognize them a little b…Read More

  2. Our Corpus Christi Allergy Clinic Can Help With Many Skin Issues

    You might think you can only see a dermatologist for your skin-related issues. While that's often the best choice for your skin, there are many skin issues that are allergy-related and can be treated by our Corpus Christi allergy clinic. Many people don't realize that their itchy, bumpy, red skin is the result of allergy issues that could be easily dealt with by making an appointment with our offi…Read More

  3. Three Things You Can Do Around the House to Ease Indoor Allergy Symptoms

    Indoor allergies can be especially difficult to control. While those with food or pet allergies can avoid those allergens, people who suffer from indoor allergies typically cannot. There are, however, things you can do to mitigate the allergens in your home and help you breathe easier. Our Corpus Christi allergy clinic has some suggestions: Get your carpet & upholstery cleaned regularly. Your …Read More

  4. Is it a Cold or Is It Allergies?

    Many people who suffer from allergies think they are actually suffering from the symptoms of a cold. Unfortunately, this can lead them to treatments that don't actually work for their allergy symptoms. So how do you tell these two issues apart? Our Corpus Christi allergy clinic offers this guide to help you determine the problem: Common Symptoms for both colds and allergies include runny or stuffy…Read More

  5. The Most Common Spring Allergies

    Spring is here, and new life is all around us. But for the 20 million Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies, spring also brings itchy eyes, runny noses, nasal congestion, and constant sneezing. If you suffer from seasonal allergies, contact your Corpus Christi allergy specialist. In the meantime, here is a little info on some common springtime allergens: Tree pollen Tree pollen can begin to…Read More

  6. Understanding Hay Fever

    The Center for Disease Control estimates that nearly eighteen million adults and nearly seven million children are affected by hay fever every year. This makes it one of the most common ailments affecting Americans today. Chances are, you’ve heard the term “hay fever” before. But do you really know what it means? Hopefully this brief summary will help you to better identify when you are suff…Read More

  7. No Needles With Sublingual Immunotherapy

    Nothing can ruin your day quite like seasonal allergies. You know how it goes: itchy eyes, runny nose, nasal congestion, and general misery. For years, the only treatments available merely suppressed the symptoms. With the introduction of allergy shots, it became possible for sufferers of allergies to visit their Corpus Christi allergy specialist to receive a treatment that addressed the root caus…Read More

  8. The Low Down On Summer Allergies

    Summertime is usually full of fun times. Baseball games, trips to the lake, camping, hiking, bike riding… the list of summer activities is endless! There is a certain group of people who might not be looking forward to summer though. If you suffer from summer allergies, these fun activities may look more like opportunities for misery. If summer allergies are affecting your life, you need a Corpu…Read More

  9. Don’t Let Eye Allergies Get You Down

    If you are experiencing itchy red eyes that burn or water you may have eye allergies, a condition that affects millions of Americans. Many people treat their other allergies neglecting their eyes. The symptoms can occur alone or accompanied by sneezing, sniffling, or stuffy nose associated with nasal allergies. The primary type of eye allergy tends to be seasonal and can be diagnosed by our Corpus…Read More