Allergy Season Is Here, What are the Available Allergy Therapies?

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Allergy and asthma sufferers know that allergy season can be tough. There is no answer to which allergy medication works best since allergies affect everyone differently. Allergy season is here now until the fall, and you can add a nutritional supplement to your regimen before the allergens that affect you most are at their peak.

Longer Allergy Seasons

Recent climate changes have caused allergy season to last longer (~20 days longer) and it comes with more pollen (~21% more) than it did in 1990, according to a recent study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS), Anthropogenic climate change is worsening North American pollen seasons

Source: PNAS

What Are Seasonal Allergies?

Seasonal allergies often refer to allergies caused by pollen from trees, grass, and weeds.

When does allergy season start?

Technically, it’s allergy season year-round because of dust mites, mold, and pet dander, according to Purvi Parikh, MD, in a recent article on Women’s Health.

However, seasonal allergens include tree pollen, which becomes more widespread in the spring (late March to April), grass pollen in late spring (around May), weed pollen in the summer (July to August), and ragweed pollen from summer to fall (late August to the first frost).

Airborne pollen can increase someone’s susceptibility to other infections, regardless if they are typically allergy sufferers or not. Pollen can weaken the immune response against certain seasonal respiratory illnesses by causing the interferon antiviral response to be reduced.

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An Answer to Allergies: D-Hist™

Often, typical allergy medication will leave a person who has bad allergies still suffering with symptoms of sneezingstuffy noses, and itching especially in the height of the season.

Our favorite product to recommend is D-Hist™, which is a supplement we get many requests for during allergy season.You can take it by itself and see if it takes care of your symptoms or you can add it to your regimen to give you something “extra.” 

D-Hist™

  • Supports Immune Balance in Hypersensitive Individuals
  • Supports Sinus and Respiratory Health 
  • Promotes Normal Viscosity of Mucus 
  • Supports Healthy Nasal Passages​

Contains: Quercetin, Stinging Nettles Leaf, Bromelain, N-Acetyl Cysteine, Vitamin C

Watch a video featuring John Herr, RPh., and learn about supplement, D-Hist, which has quercetin, bromelain, stinging nettles leaf, and N-acetyl cysteine in the formulation to provide relief during allergy season.
 
This combination can promotes healthy nasal and sinus passages for individuals with elevated histamine and respiratory irritation.

Custom-Compounded Nasal Sinusitis Treatments

Logically, sinusitis is in your sinus cavity, rather than your mouth or blood, which supports targeting this area directly. That’s why T&C Compounding specializes in medications applied directly to the sinus cavity, via nasal spray etc., so we can meet bacteria, fungus, and inflammation directly, with custom-compounded medications, prepared specifically to your doctor’s orders and individual needs.

  • Custom strengths and dosages to treat each unique symptom.
  • Delivery formats include nasal sprays, nebulizers, nasal irrigation systems.
  • High standard patient care with every prescription order, including personalized follow-up, insurance filing, and delivery to your home.

 

Examples of a few medications that can be compounded:
  • Tobramycin
  • Vancomycin
  • Mupirocin
  • Budesonide
  • Levofloxacin
  • Itraconazole
  • Nystatin

Get nasal sinusitis therapies from Town & Country Compounding this allergy season.

References

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Town & Country Compounding Pharmacy is located at 535 East Crescent Ave Ramsey, NJ 07446

Town & Country Compounding provides the most advanced formulations based on the most recent research and peer-reviewed guidelines.

We work with patients and their medical providers to customize solutions that are right for their individual needs when commercially-made medications are not showing results.

Medication is not one-size-fits-all. 

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