Need Relief from Sinus and Nasal Symptoms?

Sinus and nasal issues are more than a nuisance; if severe, they can be a threat to your quality of life. Millions of Americans have allergies, and many experience nasal congestion that can be bothersome. Seasonal allergic rhinitis, often called hay fever, is a common allergy primarily caused by a ragweed allergy. People with allergic rhinitis often think they have just “sinus trouble.” When these symptoms interfere with day-to-day activities, distracting you, and making you uncomfortable, it may be time to seek help.

Common allergy symptoms:

  • Nasal Congestion
  • Itchiness
  • Sneezing
  • Watery eyes

Other allergy symptoms:

  • Cough
  • Sore throat
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches

These symptoms are similar to that of a common cold; however, if your symptoms occur throughout the year or during the same time every year, it may be an allergy.

Allergies may be triggered by various things, including pollen, dust, mold, and pet dander. An allergy skin test is the best, most reliable form of allergy testing to determine the extent of your allergies. Our board-certified allergists will identify what you are allergic to and develop a comprehensive treatment plan to help you find relief.

Treatment for Allergies:

If an allergy is present, then our physicians will discuss treatment options with you. These include over-the-counter or prescription medications that can manage symptoms, avoidance, and environmental control methods to limit your exposure to an allergen, and immunotherapy. Immunotherapy, also known as allergy shots, increases your tolerance to bothersome allergens that can relieve your symptoms for good.

Arkansas Allergy & Asthma Clinic treats chronic and seasonal allergies in Little Rock and Conway. We can keep you free from sinus and nasal symptoms all year long through quality testing, prescriptions, and preventative measures.

Don’t suffer from untreated allergies. Schedule an appointment today with one of our board-certified allergists, and move towards a clearer tomorrow.