Welcome to The Allergy and Asthma Center of Corpus Christi! We are glad that you have found our blog page. We will post regularly to share tips and tricks that may help you to combat some of your milder allergies, as well as our best advice on avoiding allergy triggers. We know that allergies can be a source of great frustration and health concerns, which is why we’re here to provide the help you need at our allergy and asthma center in Corpus Christi. Whether you recently developed allergies or have suffered from them for a while, we can help. Call today to schedule an appointment and get the relief you need!

  1. Getting sick with the flu. Using tissues and staying hydrated to combat the virus.

    Flu Season Is Close – Tips To Prevent The Flu

    The flu, also known as influenza, is a seasonal virus that manifests in cooler seasons. In the U.S., the flu season is considered to start in October and starts dissipating around May; however, the virus can be transmitted year-round.   The influenza virus can be transmitted in different ways and it’s most commonly spread by droplets made when people who are infected cough, sneeze, or talk. The…Read More

  2. 5 Tip For Asthma Prevention

    Asthma is a condition that affects the respiratory system directly. The condition’s main problem is the swelling and narrowing of your airways and also the production of mucus giving the airways in your lungs less space to transport air. This can trigger shortness of breath and wheeze, making your breathing more difficult. Coughing can also be triggered by asthma and asthma attacks.   Like many…Read More

  3. 4 Tips To Help You During The COVID-19 Pandemic

    Amidst the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, The Allergy and Asthma Center of Corpus Christi brings together information that can be useful to those who suffer from asthma and want to know the best practices to avoid the virus and protect their respiratory system. Here are four tips that you may find useful to stay safe and healthy during these trying times. Follow Your State And County Regulations…Read More

  4. How to Recognize an Allergic Reaction

    The holidays are officially upon us, and you probably have parties that you plan to attend, as well as maybe even host. Every good party has a variety of foods to choose from, and most people with allergies know what to avoid. Sometimes, however, a seemingly harmless dish could have one ingredient that tips the scale and causes an allergic reaction. Maybe you don’t suffer from allergies, but hav…Read More

  5. All You Need To Know About Adult Onset Asthma

    While asthma is more common in children than in adults, the truth of the matter is that asthma can develop at any time. When asthma is developed later in life, after the age of 20, it is known as adult onset asthma. While this may not seem like a serious issue, asthma can have negative effects among adults over the age of 50. In fact, it’s estimated that as many as five percent of U.S. adults su…Read More