HOW TO PREPARE FOR ALLERGY SEASON
The first step is to know what you’re allergic to. Next, it helps to minimize your exposure to those allergens—whether that means cleaning your home in a certain way to reduce indoor allergens or keeping an eye on your local allergy forecast.
Once you start suffering from seasonal allergy symptoms, figure out which allergy medicine is right for you and start treating as soon as your allergy symptoms start. Taking your medicine before peak allergy season can help alleviate symptoms like nasal congestion, runny nose, itchy nose, sneezing, and itchy, watery eyes.
According to the National Weather Channel, in partnership with Flonase, this is our allergy chart for March 1, 2017. Pollen is high.
Allergy Shot Special Offer
West Valley Urgent Care is offering $15.00 allergy shots with your paid office visit!
Get relief for this spring’s allergy season. This offer is good through March 31, 2017. Mention this offer during your appointment.
You can walk-in or call ahead to schedule a priority appointment. You can also request it your priority appointment online.
Glendale Peoria Office (623) 334-8671
17218 N 72nd Dr., Suite 100, Glendale, AZ 85308
Phoenix Avondale Office (623) 218-0782
4110 N. 108th Ave., Suite 101, Phoenix, AZ 85037
Surprise Sun City Office (623) 691-7748
14811 W. Bell Road, Suite 100, Surprise, AZ 85374
About Pollen Levels
Pollen levels indicate the amount of pollen in the air. The season and geographic area are the two primary factors that contribute to higher pollen levels. A common misconception is that pollen levels will be almost zero during colder months. Trees actually start producing pollen as early as January in southern states. They also produce such a large volume of pollen that it can increase pollen levels miles away.
Also, be aware that regardless of your outdoor pollen level and allergy report, pollen can still be transported indoors by animals and clothing.
If you are suffering from allergies, come in for an appointment! You don’t have to suffer.