Northeast Atlanta ENT Discusses Fall Allergy Treatment Options

Dr. Karlin, Dr. Roth, and the rest of the team are prepared to treat allergy symptoms that are likely to arise as temperatures cool and summer turns into fall.

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Atlanta, Ga. (PRWEB) August 29, 2014

As the seasons change, many people have difficulty battling their allergies. At Northeast Atlanta ENT (http://www.northeastatlantaent.com), Dr. Karlin, Dr. Roth, and the rest of their team are prepared to treat allergy symptoms that are likely to arise as temperatures cool and summer turns into fall.

The doctors at Northeast Atlanta ENT are informing patients to visit one of their offices in Lawrenceville or Johns Creek, GA. for allergy testing before fall rolls around this year. The best way to prevent allergies is to stop them before they start.

One of the primary reasons patients experience fall allergy symptoms is due to exposure to mold. While the leaves changing are beautiful, they also cause problems for allergy sufferers. When leaves sit on the ground for an experienced length of time, they collect water, which can then cause the leaves to develop mold.

“Many people blame illness in the fall on changing temperatures. However, the real culprit is mold; rotting leaves, rotting pumpkins, and more. It can take a toll on a person with mold allergies.”

How to Stop Allergies Before they Start

“The best way to successfully reduce your chances of becoming ill due to allergies this fall is to undergo allergy testing,” says Dr. Roth. At our office, we provide allergy testing that tests for mold, grasses and weeds, as well as a variety of food and environmental allergens. “The best way to prevent your symptoms is to know what causes them, and avoid those triggers accordingly.”

If a person has experienced fall allergies in the past, then it is important to get tested to see which factors are responsible for the allergy problems. For more information on allergy testing, contact Northeast Atlanta ENT at one of their two locations by visiting this page: http://www.northeastatlantaent.com/contact-us/.


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