Allergy Relief and Symptom Information

Sublingual immunotherapy allergy treatment information.

Dealing with Itchy Eyes

You know the feeling—spring hits, your eyelids get puffy, and your eyes start to water and itch so badly that it’s almost unbearable. Your eyes may also make mucus that accumulates on your eyeball, obscuring your vision. The mucus may build up at night, leaving you... read more

What’s Causing My Hives?

One of the telltale signs of an allergic reaction is inflammation. When the lining of the nose swells, you get nasal congestion. When the throat swells, you get wheezing. When the skin swells, you get rashes such as eczema and hives. Hives are one of the more common... read more

Are Tree Pollens Getting to You?

If you have been sniffling and sneezing with the onset of spring or dealing with a sore throat or itchy eyes, tree allergies may have gotten to you. Trees start blooming as early as February in many parts of the country and may keep up their mischief well into May.... read more

Food Allergy Treatment

Eating should be fun—not perilous. And yet, for people with food allergies, eating can lead to a whole host of uncomfortable symptoms, some of which are life threatening. Most food allergy sufferers spend mealtimes dodging potentially hazardous foods, but there’s a... read more

Increase Your Medical Practice Profits

Twenty percent of Americans have allergies. If you’re a primary care physician, that means that roughly one in five of your patients experiences allergy symptoms and may benefit from allergy immunotherapy treatment. A first line of defense against allergies is... read more

Nut Allergy Treatment

Nuts are one of the most common food allergy triggers. Unlike many other food allergies, people don’t usually outgrow them. Rather, nut allergies tend to hang around for life. Nut allergies can also be very severe, often leading to rapid-onset, life-threatening... read more

Problems with Reflux? It Could Be Eosinophilic Esophagitis

When Benjamin Barber was a baby, his mom knew something was wrong. He would turn away from his milk bottle, letting the liquid run down his face. He remained unenthused about food as he grew, refusing to eat and falling far behind the growth curve. When he did eat, he... read more

For Physicians: The Benefits of In-office Allergy Testing

One in every five people in the U.S. has allergies. If you are a physician, you likely see patients with allergy symptoms on a regular basis. Allergies can manifest in many different ways. There are the obvious symptoms: a runny or congested nose, sneezing and itchy... read more

Don’t Let Asthma Keep You Out of the Game

There has been a sharp increase in asthma in the U.S. over the past few decades. Asthma can affect anyone—even athletes who are in great shape. Asthma occurs when the airways become inflamed and constricted and produce extra mucus. These factors can trigger coughing,... read more

Eat Right for Better Heart Health

At AllergyEasy, we think of food in terms of the allergic reactions it may cause and an appropriate food allergy treatment, but the food you eat can affect all aspects of our health. Your diet has a particularly profound influence on heart health. February is a good... read more

Help for Latex Allergy

Latex allergy affects about 3 million Americans—less than 1 percent of the population. In the health care industry, though, the percentage is significantly higher. Eight to 17 percent of health care workers have a latex allergy. As this statistic indicates, repeated... read more