Did you know that almost 32% of American adults have an allergy?
As if that wasn’t concerning enough, over a quarter of Americans also have a seasonal allergy. Depending on the allergy and the severity of the reaction, it can be difficult to live life to the fullest. Instead of dealing with this from season to season or on a daily basis, you could seek out allergy treatments.
Are you on the fence about this type of treatment? Keep reading to learn what to expect before starting allergy treatment.
Is Every Allergy 100% Curable?
While it’s possible to treat allergies, there’s no 100% cure for every type of allergy out there. In some cases, it’s possible to eliminate the allergy altogether. In other cases, treatment may only reduce the severity of the allergic reaction.
If the allergy gets in the way of your life and causes discomfort or worse, then it’s definitely worth seeking out treatment for allergies.
What’s the Most Effective Treatment?
Are you still wondering how to treat allergies? The best treatment is known as SAAT (Soliman Auricular Allergy Treatment).
The treatment is so simple that it only involves a single needle, yet it’s a proven method that has shown amazing results across the board. It works by altering the immune response so that it doesn’t continue to overreact to certain stimuli, whether it’s peanuts, pollen, or something else.
Skilled professionals will first use Bio-Energetic testing to ensure proper placement of the needle because it can vary from person to person. If you’re scared of needles, you’ll be glad to know that the needle involved in treating allergies is no longer than three millimeters in length and is very thin.
To ensure the best results possible, you may be prescribed one or more natural supplements to help your body fight off those negative allergic reactions. Other allergy treatment methods include allergy shots, sublingual immunotherapy, and medications.
How Do You Know If You Have an Allergy?
Sometimes it’s difficult to know whether you have an allergy or if any of your reactions are a symptom of a different problem. There are several strategies you can use to figure this out.
One thing you can do is take note of when you sneeze. If it’s cyclical, then it may also be aligned with the seasons. Be sure to list out all the symptoms that you suspect are involved with the allergy so a professional can assess them.
Ready to Get an Allergy Treatment?
Now that you’ve learned what to expect before starting allergy treatment, you can nip allergies in the bud. That way, you can live life to the fullest. Be sure to let your friends and family members know how they can do the same for their allergies.
Acupuncture Works can provide you with a simple yet effective allergy treatment. You can always trust our team to provide tailored care based on the most proven methods available.
Feel free to book your allergy treatment appointment now or contact us with any questions.
Meet Our Expert: Deborah Farley
Founder of Acupuncture Works,LLC in Lynchburg Virginia. Deborah is licensed by the Commonwealth of Virginia Board of Medicine as a Licensed Acupuncturist (L. Ac.).
She is also licensed by the State of Florida as a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (DOM). Deborah is a Diplomate of the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM).
She graduated from the East West College of Natural Medicine with a Master’s Degree in Oriental Medicine and a Bachelor’s Degree of Professional Health Sciences.