If a runny nose, itchy eyes, or other allergy symptoms have already begun to dampen this otherwise beautiful Calgary weather, rest assured we feel your pain. A warm and sunny start to the spring season left the door wide open for seasonal allergies — and tons of Albertans are already reaching for their tissues.
In other words, allergy season is back in business in Southern Alberta. Fortunately, so are we! The staff at Neurvana Naturopathic Medicine are up-and-running at our brand new Mission location and are ready to help solve those tricky allergy issues.
Feel Like Your Allergies Got an Early Start This Year?
If you feel like your allergies got an early start this year, you’re definitely not wrong. Dr. Ryan Best, one of the practitioners here at Neurvana, recently spoke with Global News, where he explained where all of this pollen is coming from.
“Because of that early-season warmth, the pollen levels are actually rising quite a bit more than they typically do at this time of year,” Dr. Best said, “so a lot of people are starting to notice that seasonal allergies are popping up a bit quicker than usual.”
The best way to get your seasonal allergies under control? Figure out what exactly is causing them!
Fight Back This Season with Allergy Testing
Yes, allergy season may have gotten a head start this year, but you can fight back with allergy testing right here at Neurvana Naturopathic Medicine. Allergy testing determines which specific substances are triggering a physical reaction, such as certain types of pollen or airborne particles.
Allergy testing also reveals which allergens are causing symptoms like:
- Sore throat
- Runny or stuffy nose
- Watery or itchy eyes
- Skin conditions, like a rash or acne
Once we determine the source of your allergies, one of our naturopathic doctors will help customize a treatment plan that addresses your unique triggers and stubborn allergy symptoms.
Get your allergy symptoms under control TODAY!
What are you waiting for? Ditch the tissues and get started with a complimentary 30-minute discovery call with a trained patient care coordinator today.