Doctor Finders Releases Tips for Maximizing Asthma Treatment Alternatives in the Fall

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Doctor Finders releases tips for maximizing asthma treatment alternatives in the fall season.

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Doctor Finders releases tips for maximizing asthma treatment alternatives in the fall season. Many individuals with either allergies or asthma find their symptoms worsening in late summer/early fall. The most common symptoms of a worsening condition include: sneezing, wheezing, difficulty breathing, tightness in the chest, coughing, etc.

The reason for the increase in symptoms is that many have allergic triggers that are present (or more common) during this particular season. The most common fall allergens/triggers are weed pollens. Weed pollen levels start to rise around mid-August in most of the US (tumbleweed, pigweed, Russian thistle, sagebrush, etc.) Another common fall allergen are mold spores. Mold spores can be both an indoor and outdoor trigger and cause a lot of trouble for patients with allergic asthma. Many have a particular sensitivity to mold.

Clint Ethington of Doctor Finders said, "This particular season is problematic for a large number of allergy and asthma sufferers. Individuals who already access allergy or asthma treatment alternatives find themselves needing to adjust their treatment to accommodate the increased levels of pollens and spores in their environment. And some find that they only have allergic and asthmatic issues during this season."

Working with an experienced allergist will aid patients in identifying the most appropriate allergy and asthma treatment alternatives so relief from increased symptoms in the fall can be successfully obtained. The wide variety of treatments and diagnosis testing enables allergists to customize treatment plans for each patient's needs.

Doctor Finders offers extensive doctor listings (including a wide variety of specialists) for patients. The online database is searchable by treatment, product, zip code, physician name, clinic name, practice, city, state, etc. Doctors included in the database include: pediatricians, family practitioners, cardiac surgeons, dermatologists, endocrinologists, anesthesiologists, clinical psychologists, cosmetic surgeons, bariatric surgeons, ophthalmologists, sleep medicine specialists, podiatrists, anatomic pathologists, medical geneticists, gynecologists, occupational therapists, physical therapists, allergists and immunologists, etc.

To get further information on Doctor Finders or to get information for searching the online directory of doctors get in touch with Clint Ethington:

Contact: Clint Ethington
Phone: 1-888-845-3664

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