Hay Fever?

Every spring, you’re sneezing, your eyes are itching, and you feel tired all the time? Don’t worry, you’re not alone – more than 50 million Americans share your problem.

Hay Fever?

Every spring, you’re sneezing, your eyes are itching, and you feel tired all the time? Don’t worry, you’re not alone – more than 50 million Americans share your problem.

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Do you suffer from it?

Hay Fever Symptoms

Sneezing
Itching of the nose, eyes, and roof of mouth
Runny or blocked nose
Watery, itchy, red, swollen eyes (conjunctivitis)
Ear infections
Eczema
Allergic asthma

Hay Fever Triggers

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Tree pollen
Acacia, Alder, Arizona cypress, Ash, Beech, Cottonwood, Cypress, Date palm, Elm, Hazel, London plane tree, Mountain cedar, Mulberry tree, Olive, Paper mulberry, Silver birch, Sugi, Tree of Heaven, Walnut
Grass pollen
Bahia grass, Bermuda grass, Common reed, Perennial ryegrass, Rye, Timothy
Weed pollen
Annual mercury, Hemp (CBD), Lamb’s quarter, Mugwort, Nettle, Pigweed, Ragweed, Ribwort, Russian thistle, Wall pellitory
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Hay fever stats

Pollen allergy (also known as allergic rhinitis or hay fever) is one of the most common forms of allergy in the US, with approximately 10 to 30 percent of adults and as many as 40 percent of children affected. Typically, symptoms of hay fever include nasal congestion and obstruction, sneezing fits, conjunctivitis, ear infections as well as allergic asthma. It is a regionally variable disease and heavily influenced by several environmental factors, most importantly the local flora, weather, climate, and severity of air pollution.

Common hay fever triggers

So what’s causing hay fever symptoms in the US? It depends on the season. In springtime, tree pollen are the most common allergen sources triggering hay fever in the US – for example Alder, Ash, Aspen, Beech, and Birch. In Fall, weed pollen like Burning bush, Cocklebur, Lamb’s-quarters, Mugwort, and Pigweed are in their peak season.

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Check the pollen forecast

Pollen forecast calendars can be a useful tool for allergy patients, as they predict pollen counts and intensity for active allergens on a day-to-day basis. By checking the forecast, you can schedule and plan your outdoor activities during peak pollen season accordingly.

Manage hay fever symptoms

As an allergy patient, it won’t be possible to fully avoid all contact with all pollen. Hay fever symptoms are usually treated with allergy medicine such as antihistamines and nasal corticosteroid spays. For some patients, allergen immunotherapy (AIT) is a possible long-term treatment that can prevent or at least reduce the severity of hay fever symptoms. To find the best course of action for your situation, we encourage you to share your ALL test results with an allergen specialist to figure out therapeutic measures tailored to your allergy triggers and symptoms.

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ALLERGY TEST

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  • IgE based
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ALLERGY & FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST

  • $259
  • 295 ALLERGY TRIGGERS
  • 286 FOOD TRIGGERS
  • At-home allergy & food intolerance test
  • IgE + IgG based
  • Blood collection through finger prick
  • Free medical result review
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ALL

ALLERGY TEST

  • $169
  • 295 ALLERGY TRIGGERS
  • -
  • At-home allergy test
  • IgE based
  • Blood collection through finger prick
  • Free medical result review
Learn more
ALL FIT
BEST OFFER!

ALLERGY & FOOD INTOLERANCE TEST

  • $259
  • 295 ALLERGY TRIGGERS
  • 286 FOOD TRIGGERS
  • At-home allergy & food intolerance test
  • IgE + IgG based
  • Blood collection through finger prick
  • Free medical result review
Learn more
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