Do Your Patients with Allergic Rhinitis Struggle with Sleep Disorders?

These two scholarly articles indicate a direct relationship between allergic rhinitis and sleep disorders Brief summary of article one: González-Núñez V, Valero AL, Mullol J. Impact of sleep as a specific marker of quality of life in allergic rhinitis. Curr Allergy Asthma Rep. 2013 Apr;13(2):131-41. Downloadable link to purchasing full article is available HERE. Allergic rhinitis (AR) represents a considerable burden…

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Is Asthma Affecting Your Patient’s Sleep and Quality of Life?

This evidence-based research suggests asthma patients experience poorer sleep quality and quality of life  The following article is a synopsis of this published research: Luyster F, Teodorescu M, Bleecker E, Busse W, Calhoun W, Castro M, Chung KF, MD, Erzurum S, Israel E, Strollo F, Wenzel S. Sleep Quality and Asthma Control and Quality of Life in Non-Severe and Severe…

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Is Your Patient’s Ability to Sleep Impacted by Allergies?

This evidence-based research suggests that allergies contribute to poor sleep in both adults and children The following article is a synopsis of this published research: Leger D, Bonnefoy B, Pigearias B, de La Giclais B, and Chartier A.Poor sleep is highly associated with house dust mite allergic rhinitis in adults and children. Allergy Asthma Clin Immunol. 2017; 13:36. Published online…

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Frequently Asked Questions

We know you have questions because we talk with exceptional physicians like you on a daily basis. You care about your patients. So do we. Here's a list of some of the most frequently asked questions we hear: Q:  Is the AllergiEnd Testing System safe to use?  A:  Yes, both the test apparatus and the allergens used in the testing…

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Media Release

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Allergen Immunotherapy (Desensitization)

Desensitization or hyposensitization is increasingly being prescribed therapeutically with an aim to reduce environmental allergen-specific IgE-mediated sensitivity in hypersensitive (atopic) individuals and to reduce demands on constrained health services (Dwyer, 1993). Low doses of offending allergens are slowly introduced to the immune system via subcutaneous or sublingual modes of delivery. Patients who tolerate the allergen exposure have these doses progressively…

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What Is Evidence-Based Medicine?

Evidence-based medicine (EBM) is the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of current best medical evidence in making decisions about strategies to promote the health of individuals, communities, and populations. The practice of EBM means integrating local expertise with the best available external evidence yielded by systematic research. EBM requires conducting cross-disciplinary literature searches, applying rules of evidence and appraisal of…

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Relief Beyond Immunotherapy and OTC Medications

You’ve committed to helping your patients feel better with allergy testing and immunotherapy. Now you’re wondering, “What else can I do to prevent and manage allergies and asthma?” It’s no surprise that positive lifestyle changes such as regular physical activity, weight control, eating a healthy diet that is rich in fruits and vegetables, being a non-smoker, and eliminating exposure to…

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Physical Activity, Exercise and Asthma

The human body is built to move. Physical activity and exercise deliver stronger muscles and bones, psychological well-being, chronic disease prevention and management, and they aid in reducing obesity. There is evidence obesity increases risk of asthma or complicates the condition further. Environmental allergens. such as house dust mites are common triggers for asthmatics. Asthmatics who exercise regularly have shown…

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