AllergyEasy’s Under Tongue Immunotherapy Drops for Allergies and Asthma appeal to Americans’ increased interest in finding effective treatments without harmful side effects.
As Americans’ interest in alternative medicine grows, AllergyEasy is helping people rethink their allergy and asthma treatment. Rather than relying on pills and inhalers with side effects, AllergyEasy patients take nature-based prescription allergy immunotherapy drops that can stop allergies at their source.
Many patients are tired of taking allergy and asthma medications like antihistamines and steroid inhalers that suppress symptoms but do not treat the allergy itself.
“The problem with these drugs is that once you stop them, your symptoms come back. They have no effect on the underlying allergic disease,” said Dr. Stuart Agren, President and Founder of AllergyEasy.
“Another major problem is the side effects. Allergy medications have been linked to everything from drowsiness to high blood pressure to dementia,” Dr. Agren said. “People want natural allergy treatment alternatives that will help their allergies without affecting other body systems in a negative way.
AllergyEasy drops are prescribed by primary care physicians nationwide and are a form of immunotherapy, much like allergy shots. But because they have been shown to be safer than injections, they can be taken at home. (With injections, patients must visit their doctor’s office twice a week for injections.)
Like a form of immunotherapy known as sublingual immunotherapy, AllergyEasy drops are able to do what no prescription drug can: retrain the body’s immune response so it can stop reacting to allergens once and for all. And because the drops are made up of natural antigens, they do so without any major side effects.
“These antigens are the same things people breathe in every day in nature, so it doesn’t get any more natural than that,” Dr. Agren said.
As the body is exposed to traces of common allergens (pollen, mold, dust, etc.) in saline allergy drops, it learns to “make peace” with them and stop to overreact with allergy symptoms.
Sublingual immunotherapy is just one type of natural medicine that is gaining popularity in the United States. According to a study by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), at least one-third of Americans use some form of unconventional medicine. The faculties of medicine are also getting involved. A study published in Advances in Medical Education and Practice showed that half of the 130 U.S. medical schools surveyed now incorporate at least one complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) course.
To learn more about AllergyEasy drops as a natural approach to treating asthma, eczema, hay fever, chronic ear and sinus infections, and other allergy symptoms, visit www.AllergyEasy.com or call (877) 276-3393.
AllergyEasy helps allergists nationwide provide sublingual immunotherapy (anti-allergy drops) to their patients with pollen allergies and food allergies (including dairy, wheat, nut, fruit, etc.) . AllergyEasy can put patients in touch with a doctor. in their area that offers sublingual allergy treatment.
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