St. Louis Allergy Index

St. Louis Allergy Treatment Affected by Weather Conditions

Whoever said weather does not affect allergy seasons? As a matter of fact, weather plays a big role in the threatment of allergy symptoms in St. Louis. In the St. Louis area for allergy sufferers it is important to try and stay ahead of the bad allergy days to come. In this article you will find useful information to help you combat those nasty unwanted allergy symptoms. Take notice that it is not Spring Season yet, and allergies are on the rise due to dry weather conditions. Not even the weather experts can predict how long the dry spell will last. But, with up to date information you can rest assure before leaving your home how you can prepare should the pollen count affect you on a daily basis due to weather conditions. You can start by checking the weather conditions and your local allergy index chart provided by: The Weather Channel

St. Louis Preventative Allergy Treatments

If your family suffers from allergies it may be a good idea to start looking in to preventative treatments if you haven’t already. Preventative allergy treatments are a must especially if you don’t want your child to suffer. There are many reasons as to why allergy problems are rising. The weather pattern can affect the length of the allergy season. Embrace yourselves in 2013 because due to extreme dry conditions you can expect allergies of all types to hang around longer. In order to prevent some allergy symptoms, you need to prepare your child ahead of the allergy season. In the St. Louis area it is usually worse in the Fall Season. However, this doesn't mean you or your child will not suffer from allergies during other seasons. If your child suffers from extreme allergy symptoms, it is always best to consult an allergy specialist. But, in order to avoid your child from having a bad allergy day and to prepare in case of an asthma attack, you can practice home remedies with over the counter products such as saline rinse, humidifier and allergy medications. Some medications help but sometimes can make you drowsy. If over the counter treatments do not help then you should know when to call the doctor. Dr. Dee Hodge gives us good advice about St. Louis allergy treatment from the St. Louis Children’s Hospital in the video below.

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Asthma Education from St. Louis Children's Hospital

Allergy and Asthma Consultants, P.C.
Robert F. Onder, M.D.    

Allergy Clinic St. Louis

Maple, Juniper and Elm Trees are known to be the top 3 pollen trees that can affect your allergies.


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