How do Houston allergies affect sinuses?

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Houston allergies are intense. We have some of the highest pollen counts in the nation. This includes tree pollens in the Spring, grass pollens in the Summer, and weed pollens in the Fall. Our short Winter season means we see early Spring allergy symptoms without much of a break from Fall allergies.   When you’re…

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September Allergies in Houston

Hi September! Here’s what you can expect for seasonal allergies in Houston for September. September is sort of the calm before the storm of fall allergies. If you’re ready to beat seasonal allergies, a consultation is the first step. Once we test what allergens you’re allergic to, we can put you on an allergy immunotherapy…

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August Allergies in Houston

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New month, new allergies in Houston! August is fairly slim when it comes to seasonal allergies in Houston (and in comparison to months like April). The hard hitters this month will be a few weeds like ragweed and sedge and a variety of molds. Remember the more rain we receive, the more mold we can…

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July Allergies in Houston

Houston July Allergies

Here’s what you can expect from our Houston trees, weeds, grasses and molds this month as far as allergens are concerned. By July and mid summer most of our trees are done doing their thing, but increased rain and hurricane season, plus the heat, always make great breeding grounds for molds. If any of these…

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June Allergies in Houston

June Allergies in Houston

June allergies are the end to our heaviest allergy season here in Houston. Trees are still slightly doing their thing, and weeds like ragweed, cattail, and plantago are all still going strong. It’s important to note that mold allergies may be worse this year with all of the rain we’ve seen in Houston. If you…

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May Allergies in Houston

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New month, new potential seasonal allergies in Houston. Historically nearly everything is active in May, some allergens more than others. Remember to shower after extended time outside, do regular nasal washes and take your allergy meds. If you’re ready to break the cycle of seasonal allergies, we can help! Through a consultation, allergy testing and…

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April Allergies in Houston

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Get your antihistamines ready, April is a doozy for allergies in Houston! We’re already seeing record high pollen levels this spring and April is going to live up to the expectations March set. It’s not that anything is particularly heavy this month, it’s just that everything is pollinating at once. Seasonal allergies can lead to…

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March Allergies in Houston

We all know allergens in Houston are active nearly year round. If there had to be one month where they all get together for a giant allergen party it’s March (though May is a close second). If you’ve had an allergy test you know which allergens your body finds offensive. If they’re on the March…

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Houston Texas Freeze and Your Sinuses

Your Sinuses Home heat has a tendency to dry everything out. Have you noticed more static electricity? It’s partially due to the heat in your home. The heat can also dry out your sinuses and skin. The increased cold temperatures can trigger rhinitis (runny nose) and cough.   The back and forth cold and hot…

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February 2021 Houston Allergies

February Allergies in Houston are sort of the ramp up to full on spring allergy season. Our weather greatly determines what blooms when. Sometimes we have an early spring, sometimes we have a late spring. Here’s what you can expect from February allergens.

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