AllergyEasy Offers No-Hassle Oral Drop Treatment For Mold Allergies
While medications can provide temporary relief from some mold allergy symptoms, AllergyEasy gets to the heart of the problem with sublingual immunotherapy drops. The und
Mesa, Arizona (PRUnderground) March 25th, 2015
Mold can trigger a host of miserable allergic reactions, but AllergyEasy has developed a simple way to desensitize the body to mold allergens: sublingual allergy drops. Like shots, the drops can help fend off allergic reactions to mold, but drops are safer than shots and can be taken at home.
Stuart Agren, M.D. is the director of AllergyEasy which helps doctors around the country provide sublingual allergy drops to their patients. He started prescribing allergy drops to patients in his own clinical practice over 30 years ago and believes the drops are the “wave of the future” for allergy treatment.
“In this busy day and age, people don’t have time to go to the doctor’s office a couple times a week for shots, ” said Dr. Agren. “The drops are so easy to stick with. It’s just a few drops under the tongue once a day.”
Dr. Agren said that the drops are also a helpful alternative for allergy sufferers who may not be candidates for shot therapy such as young children and frequent travelers who need to take their allergy treatment on the go. Dr. Agren said that many people associate allergy treatment with pollen allergies, but it can also provide significant relief for people with mold allergies.
“Mold allergies can wreak havoc on the body,” said Dr. Agren. “Their affects range from irritating hay fever to chronic sinusitis to severe respiratory problems such as asthma. The drops can help rein those symptoms in.”
Dr. Agren said that many of his patients have unsuccessfully waged war against mold allergies for years with an arsenal of medications before getting relief from allergy drops. “There’s a tendency to turn to turn to antihistamines and other allergy medications just to get quick relief,” said Dr. Agren. “Those only treat the symptoms, though. Once you stop the pills, the symptoms return. ”
Allergy drops can address the underlying mold allergy by desensitizing your body to molds in the environment so that it doesn’t react to them in the first place.
While allergy shots are injected into the first layers of the skin and then absorb into the bloodstream, drops are placed under the tongue where they absorb into the bloodstream through special cells in the mouth. Both treatments have been shown to be effective, but Dr. Agren said that many patients see faster results with drops because they can be dosed more frequently than shots.
Mold is hard to avoid because spores are airborne and can be rampant both in the great outdoors as well as inside the house (particularly in damp areas such as bathrooms or basements that do not have optimal ventilation). Dr. Agren said that about 85 percent of his patients report relief from mold allergies in the first few months of allergy drop therapy, and many see improvement in as little as a few weeks.
AllergyEasy helps allergy doctors around the country provide sublingual immunotherapy (allergy drops) to their patients who suffer with allergies to pollen and food allergies (including dairy allergy, wheat allergy, nut allergy, fruit allergy and more.) AllergyEasy can connect patients to a doctor in their area who offers sublingual allergy treatment.
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