ACHOO! The Podcast for People with Allergies & Sinus Issues

ACHOO! The Podcast for People with Allergies & Sinus Issues

The Podcast for People with Allergies & Sinus Issues

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December 22, 2021
Dr. Savannah Sommerhalder leads a discussion about how and why introducing high allergy risk foods to your child early is important.
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Allergy drops are gaining in popularity. Dr. Overstreet from Aspire Allergy & Sinus explains why they're gaining popularity among allergy sufferers nationwide.
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Allergies can increase sinus symptoms and make it hard to tell what's causing the problem. Here we'll dive into some common symptoms of sinus irregularity and what to do about it.
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More than 50 million people in the United States suffer from allergies, and can develop at any point in a person's life. Dr. Eric Schmitt from Aspire Allergy & Sinus discusses what causes a person to develop allergies and what to do about it.
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Untreated allergies can make asthma worse by causing inflammation in the lungs that can lead to an asthma attack. The same allergens that trigger allergy flares—like dust mites, pollen, mold, and pet dander—can also trigger an asthma attack, which is why it's important to get allergies under control sooner than later.
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Dr. Richard Wachs discusses and debunks common allergy myths.
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Dr. Savannah Sommerhalder discusses morning allergies, and why they are more severe than other times of the day, as well as ways to help alleviate these symptoms.
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Dr. Chris Thompson offers different methods to combat allergies, aside from typical antihistamines.
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Dr. Mireku discusses the increase of food allergies in children and the different options parents have in response and prevention of food allergies.
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Dr. Overstreet discusses different types of allergy treatment and how to determine which is best for you.
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March 3, 2020
Dr. Fulmer discusses Sinusitis and shares signs, symptoms, and tips for treatment.
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People suffer for years with multiple sinus infections, not being able to fully breathe out of one or both sides of the nose, sinus pressure, and sinus headaches. They think there's not much to be done other than take OTC medications to try and mask the symptoms. Balloon Sinuplasty is a fast and easy, minimally invasive procedure that is performed in the office and gets patients feeling better overall with minimal down time. Dr...
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Oral Immunotherapy, known as OIT, gives people, mostly kids, the ability to become turn foods that were once life-threatening into some of their favorites. Imagine a child who was never allowed to freely go trick-or-treating be able to dive in to their stash on Halloween night with no issues? Or a child who always had to bring their own food to the birthday party finally be able to join in with the others without being isolated? St...
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William Storms, MD, discusses chronic cough and how it might be connected to allergies. He shares the best way to discover what's triggering chronic cough and treatment options.
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When allergies are left untreated, the result comes in the form of sinus infections, ear infections, and sometimes chest infections. This not only impacts kids' school and work attendance, but also performance. Dr. Kirk Waibel discusses the various health impacts untreated allergies have, as well as how they can lead to both unproductive behavior in the classroom and unforeseen costs.
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ExACT Immunoplasty is perfect for the person who can't remember to take their allergy drops every day or can't make their schedule work to come in every week for an allergy shot.

Chris Thompson, MD, discusses how the therapy works and who is the best candidate for this treatment option.
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