Category Archives: Hay Fever (allergic rhinitis)

Fall Allergy Facts

Fall season has arrived! Although the allergy season is already a month in, it’s still important to freshen up on the fall allergy facts. Approximately 40 million people in the U.S. suffer from seasonal allergies, which can be caused by a range of allergens. Each season brings on different triggers. Autumn is one of the major seasons […]

Fall vs. Spring Allergies

Fall and spring are arguably the two best seasons of the year. The temperature isn’t too cool or too hot. In the fall, there’s football, pumpkin flavors, and sweaters; In the spring, there’s flowers, animals, and flip flops. With all that beauty, there’s also a downfall. Both Fall and Spring are allergy seasons. The symptoms […]

Field Guide to Pollen Allergies in Atlanta

Check out this great guide from our friends at 11Alive, a visual field guide to plants that can make your Hay Fever (allergic rhinitis) symptoms worse. It might not be a bad idea to keep this on your phone, so if you’re out and about, you can avoid these trees & plants! http://legacy.11alive.com/picture-gallery/news/health/2016/03/21/pollen-field-guide–track-the-culprits-in-your-area/82070166/

Can Allergies in Atlanta Cause Daytime Fatigue?

In today’s fast-paced world, many of us deal with daily fatigue, especially in a busy city like Atlanta. In most cases, we don’t know what causes our fatigue, but it’s often visible during daytime after spending a restless night fighting to get to sleep. Any number of health conditions can contribute to daytime fatigue. Even […]

How to Survive Fall Hay Fever: Part 6 of 7

Follow this 7-part series to learn to better cope with Fall Allergies & Allergic Rhinitis. Fall allergy season is on its way well underway. For those with allergic rhinitis (hay fever) life can become miserable pretty quickly. With the arrival of all that beautiful fall color and cooler temperatures comes an increase in the 17 varieties […]

How to Survive Fall Hay Fever: Part 5 of 7

Follow this 7-part series to learn to better cope with Fall Allergies & Allergic Rhinitis. Fall allergy season is on its way. For those with allergic rhinitis (hay fever) life can become miserable pretty quickly. With the arrival of all that beautiful fall color and cooler temperatures comes an increase in the 17 varieties of […]

How to Survive Fall Hay Fever: Part 4 of 7

Follow our six proven strategies outlined for relief from seasonal fall allergy symptoms. Fall allergy season is almost here. For those with allergic rhinitis (hay fever) life can become miserable pretty quickly. With the arrival of all that beautiful fall color and cooler temperatures comes an increase in the 17 varieties of ragweed; three out […]

How to Survive Fall Hay Fever: Part 3 of 7

REDUCE OR ELIMINATE ANNOYING SYMPTOMS DURING THE COMING MONTHS Follow our six proven strategies outlined for relief from seasonal fall allergy symptoms. Fall allergy season is almost here. For those with allergic rhinitis (hay fever) life can become miserable pretty quickly. With the arrival of all that beautiful fall color and cooler temperatures comes an […]

[VIDEO] Dr Rabinowitz on Chronic Nasal Congestion in Cumming, GA

A common problem that comes to us (in our practice) is chronic nasal congestion. This, for somebody who has hay fever or allergic rhinitis, can be the number one symptom.The nasal congestion might also be due to a nasal obstruction, possibly due to a deviated septum, or the presence of nasal polyps. Also, we may […]

How to Survive Fall Hay Fever: Part 2 of 7

Tips to help seasonal allergy sufferers reduce or eliminate annoying symptoms during the coming months Follow our six proven strategies outlined for relief from seasonal fall allergy symptoms. Fall allergy season is almost here. For those with allergic rhinitis (hay fever) life can become miserable pretty quickly. With the arrival of all that beautiful fall […]