AllergyEasy Debuts Prescription Oral Immunotherapy Drops for Winter Allergies
Company that helps family doctors prescribe oral immunotherapy for long-term allergy relief introduces a “winter mix” to desensitize people to winter allergens.
Phoenix, Arizona (PRUnderground) January 17th, 2020
Though allergies tend to peak in summer and fall, some people feel their effects in winter. It’s a bitter pill for those who survive the ragweed pollens of fall, only to feel miserable again in spite of freezing temperatures that are supposed to chase away major allergens.
Fortunately, AllergyEasy has developed a solution — an alternative to allergy shots that can be taken in the form of oral drops and are specially formulated to desensitize the body to winter allergens.
AllergyEasy helps primary care physicians prescribe sublingual immunotherapy — a simple treatment that involves taking daily drops under the tongue. The drops contain the very antigens that people are allergic to, but in very small quantities so that they don’t trigger a reaction. Rather, they help the body develop an immunity to these antigens so that the immune system will no longer overreact when it encounters them in nature.
This is the same principle behind allergy shots, which have been the most popular form of allergy immunotherapy for decades in America. However, allergy drops are becoming a desirable alternative to shots because they are safer and, therefore, can be taken at home. (In contrast, shots must be administered under direct supervision in a physician’s office.)
While fall and spring allergies usually result from pollen in the environment, winter allergies can be caused by a number of sources, including house dust and cockroach droppings. While these are present in homes year-round, people get increased exposure to them when they are cooped up indoors during winter. In addition, forced-air heating systems tend to keep these allergens circulating in the air.
Mold is another prevalent winter allergen. It can thrive in humid parts of the house — such as basements and bathrooms — that don’t tend to get enough ventilation in winter. And finally, trees, such as acacia and cedar, can start to pollinate as early as January and February in temperate parts of the country.
AllergyEasy’s specially-formulated drops are designed to combat all of these winter allergens. Unlike allergy shot treatments, which are usually based on a mix of two or three prevalent allergens, the drops contain robust mixes of dozens of allergens that fortify people against the full spectrum of winter allergy triggers.
Family care physicians and pediatricians prescribe the drops as part of a turnkey allergy treatment program. The drop formulation is based on allergy testing, and the drops are taken daily under the tongue where they are absorbed into the bloodstream through specialized cells in the mouth.
According to Dr. Stuart Agren, AllergyEasy founder, it’s a simple way to wipe out the full scope of winter allergies.
“A lot of patients come to me with their winter regimen of antihistamines and decongestants, and it can really be life changing when they see there’s a better way,” said Dr. Agren. “Because the winter drops are so comprehensive, they can desensitize patients to the full scale of winter allergens so they don’t have to keep popping pills to feel good.”
Allergy immunotherapy, whether in the form of allergy shots or sublingual immunotherapy drops, is the only treatment that has been proven to affect the underlying allergy — not just its symptoms.
To find out more about AllergyEasy or the winter mix that can be taken as drops under the tongue, visit www.AllergyEasy.com or call (877)-276-3393 (2SNEEZE).
AllergyEasy helps allergy doctors around the country provide sublingual immunotherapy (allergy drops) to their patients who suffer with allergies to pollen and food allergies (including dairy allergy, wheat allergy, nut allergy, fruit allergy and more.) AllergyEasy can connect patients to a doctor in their area who offers sublingual allergy treatment.
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