Allergy Be Gone is a private company originally founded and currently funded by an allergy sufferer like yourself. Allen Barsano, our founder, has always been concerned in helping people who suffer from allergies. Not being born with any allergic symptoms, he never understood the struggle that people contend with in controlling allergic and asthmatic symptoms until he began to develop allergies in his twenties. After realizing the suffering and learning that there are ways to combat this illness he decided that it was time to help others heal in more homeopathic ways that just medication alone. Allen has solely contributed for the funding and maintenance of this site. It for this reason that we are dedicated to providing the allergy sufferer with useful allergy avoidance information.
At Allergy Be Gone we strive to help people attack their allergic symptoms. Over 50 million Americans suffer from allergies, and for all of you that do, we understand! That’s why we are here to answer all your questions and provide you with top notch products that are sure to help! In our goal to find the best products, we also want to make your visit to our site as informative as possible.
Substances capable of provoking allergic reactions are called allergens. Allergies to airborne allergens – such as house dust mites, mold, pollen and pet dander – affect over 50 million people in America today. Although widespread, allergies are treatable and the symptoms are controllable. Depending upon your individual situation, your allergist will recommend one, two or all three of the following treatments:
Depending upon your individual situation, your allergist will recommend one, two or all three of the following treatments:
1. MEDICATION: Using pharmaceuticals in various forms to block the symptoms of allergy. Although this does not do anything to eliminate the specific allergy causing those symptoms, it is at times a necessary part of treatment, especially in asthma or severe nasal allergy.
2. ALLERGEN AVOIDANCE: Eliminating or decreasing your exposure to the substances to which you are allergic. The less of the allergy-causing material you breathe in, the more comfortable you will be, and the less medication you will require (can’t complain about that).
3. IMMUNOTHERAPY (ALLERGY INJECTIONS): Injecting the actual substances to which you are allergic, in order to produce a degree of tolerance to them. The allergist at first injects very minute amounts of the allergens, and then very slowly and gradually increases the dose over time, thereby decreasing your degree of sensitivity.
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