Allergy and Asthma

Allergy, Sinus and Asthma Family Health Center Tips for the “Sneezing Season”

The online edition of Time Magazine says it all.  Get out the Kleenex.  Climate change lengthens the allergy season.

More than 36 million American suffer from seasonal allergies.  And, for Florida allergy sufferers, this time last year was among the worst on record.  An unseasonably warm winter will likely fuel a season of discomfort again.  What’s the cause?



In addition to lifestyle limitations, allergies can also cause serious health threats – especially to the 23 million Americans who also suffer from asthma.

If you have questions about seasonal or other allergies, or you’re looking for relief, contact ASA directly to schedule an appointment. You’ll find them on the YourHometownHealth.com specialist directory.

 

ASA Looks at Asthma Triggers (Video)

New research released by the CDC estimates that just over 8 percent of Americans have asthma. That’s just about 25 million people.  But what are the most common triggers for asthma?  We talked with Ed Neuzil, ARNP, at Allergy, Sinus and Asthma Family Health Center.



The Allergy, Sinus and Asthma Family Health Center is located in Lady in Lake.  Map their location and learn more about their services when you visit their specialist directory page on line at YourHometownHealth.com.