Do You Suffer From Allergies?


Eye Allergy SuffererDo you suffer from eye allergy

If you are an allergy sufferer, you probably recognize the symptoms of hay fever.  Do you suffer from allergies?  if so, These include itchy, burning, watery, red eyes. This reaction usually starts a short time after exposure to plant pollens, house dust, or animal dander.

When this reaction occurs in the eyes, it is called hay fever or allergic conjunctivitis. This conjunctivitis usually begins in young adulthood and affects you only during certain seasons of the year. Your vision will probably not be affected by this type of allergy. There are many treatment options that are now available to help provide comfort for allergy sufferers. Powerful new eye drops have come a long way in helping with allergy relief.

Eye allergies have become more prevalent in the past decade. At this time of year, it’s good to keep in mind some eye allergy tips. The best way to treat an allergy is to avoid or get rid of the allergen.

A simple artificial tear eye drop can help to wash out particles your eyes are reacting to. A tip is to keep your eye drops in the refrigerator. The cool eye drop will help to calm the itch. Another tip is frequent face washing to prevent allergens from seeping into your eyes. Allergy pills do not always help your eyes, so if needed, consult your eye doctor for recommendations of a good allergy eye drop.

Mast cells on the surface of the eye release histamine chemicals that cause allergy symptoms. These cells can rupture when you rub your eyes and release even more histamines. Therefore, even though your eyes are itching, rubbing them is not a good idea and will not help the allergy problem. Finally, eye itchiness can also be a sign of other conditions like dry eyes and blepharitis. Talk to your eye doctor if you are unsure what is causing your eye allergy symptoms.

What are the symptoms of allallergy hey feverergies in the eyes?

Symptoms of eye allergies include:
  • Red, irritated eyes.
  • Itchiness.
  • Tearing or runny eyes.
  • Swollen eyelids.
  • Soreness, burning, or pain.
  • Sensitivity to light.

Can you have an allergy in one eye?

The scenario for developing allergy symptoms and signs is much the same for the eyes as that for the nose. … Typically, both eyes are affected by an allergic reaction. Occasionally, only one eye is involved, particularly when only one eye is rubbed with an allergen, as this causes mast cells to release more histamine.

How do you get rid of eye allergies?

Consider the following remedies:
  1. Wash your face. Washing your face is one of the first things you should do to combat itchy, swollen eyes, says Ogbogu. …
  2. Rinse out the eyes. …
  3. Apply a cold compress. …
  4. Try allergy eye drops. …
  5. Take oral medications or get allergy shots. …
  6. Stay indoors.
  7. Before taking allergy shots, get tested to find out what you are allergy

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What foods cause eye allergies?

Eight things cause about 90% of food allergy reactions:
  • Milk (mostly in children)
  • Eggs.
  • Peanuts.
  • Tree nuts, like walnuts, almonds, pine nuts, brazil nuts, and pecans.
  • Soy.
  • Wheat and other grains with gluten, including barley, rye, and oats.
  • Fish (mostly in adults)
  • Shellfish (mostly in adults)

How long does it take for allergic conjunctivitis to go away?

With viral conjunctivitis, symptoms usually are worse beginning about three to five days after the eye infection begins. You may need eye drops containing decongestants or antihistamines to reduce irritation and swelling, sometimes for as long as one or two weeks.

Can allergies only affect your eyes?

If your eyes itch and are red, tearing or burning, you may have eye allergies(allergic conjunctivitis), a condition that affects millions of Americans. Many people will treat their nasal allergy symptoms but ignore their itchy, red, watery eyes.

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What causes eye allergies?

It causes the eyes to become red, watery, and itchy. Although pink eye and eye allergies cause similar symptoms, they are two distinct conditions. Eye allergies are caused by an adverse immune reaction to certain substances, such as dust or pollen. Pink eye, however, is caused by eye allergies as well as other factors

What kind of allergy causes eyes to swell?

When you have allergies, your body reacts to things that aren’t really harmful, like pollen, dust mites, mold, or pet dander. It releases histamine, a chemical that causes swelling and inflammation. The blood vessels in your eyes swell and your eyes get red, teary, and itchy.


An allergy is a reaction of your immune system to something that, for most people, is essentially harmless, such as pet dander, nuts, or pollen. For most seasonal allergy sufferers, the diagnosis is hay fever, or—as your doctor would write it down in your medical chart—allergic rhinitis. Reactions range from annoying—sneezing, itching, watery eyes, stuffy nose—to dangerous: in some people, allergies can trigger asthma attacks.

Seasonal allergies afflict up to 30 percent of the world’s human population, studies have found, and the Cleveland Clinic reports a rising allergy prevalence. For most people, allergies aren’t life-threatening, but they can hamper one’s enjoyment of life—for months at a stretch. Tree pollen strikes in the spring, grass pollen in the summer, and weed pollen in the summer and fall.

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Seasonal Allergies or Cold?- Allergy Care Centers

Posted on June 4, 2018  in allergy testing

 How do you tell the difference between seasonal allergies and a cold? allergy hey fever

A. It is not easy to tell seasonal allergies apart from a respiratory tract infection or the common cold.

You may have been treated for sinusitis or bronchitis in the past with not much benefit.

Symptoms can be the same for both seasonal allergies and a cold and may include a runny nose, nasal congestion, sore throat, and cough.

Understanding Allergies

Allergies kick in when your immune system overreacts to normally harmless substances called allergens. Your body releases a chemical called histamine, and you start to experience a variety of symptoms.

If you get these symptoms at the same time of year each year, and those symptoms linger for weeks on end, then it might be seasonal allergies.

If a trial treatment of allergy medications such as oral antihistamines and steroid nasal sprays helps to shorten the duration of your symptoms, then you are probably on the right track and should consider allergy testing.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment  702.331.5230


For more information about the latest treatment and care for allergies


Food Allergy Test Kit | Treatment

Posted on May 21, 2018  in Uncategorized
Brush away your allergies



The Microarray Blood Test

We have developed the most comprehensive, non-invasive tests available in the world. Using the latest biotechnology, our safe and speedy procedure uses a small sample of blood on a blood card which is sent to the lab.

The microarray blood test is done using a laboratory developed test which operates in a class 100 microarray clean room. This method has been perfected since the inception of microarray 1995 by the people who invented the technology.

Food Allergies Are Serious

Food allergy may occur in response to any food, and some people are allergic to more than one food. Food allergies may start in childhood or as an adult.

The amount of people struggling with allergies, sensitivities & intolerance is on the rise. Reports indicate that up to half the population of the United States could be affected with one sensitivity or another.

As well as causing physical discomfort and misery, symptoms may impact on a person’s mental health and in many cases, prevent them from living a normal life.

All food allergies have one thing in common: They are potentially serious. Always take food allergies—and the people who live with them—seriously.

Approximately 95% of allergy patients only treat the symptoms There are 60 million American that has allergies and 95% go untreated because it’s been too traumatic and time-consuming of the 5% who begin treatment, only 16% complete Rx regiment.

We want to prevent those dreaded trips to the emergency room, asthma attaches doing basketball in the spring, soccer in the summer and football in the fall.

In 2015 Americans spent $18 billion on over-the-counter medications. Antihistamines, decongestants, inhalers, steroids, pills, eye drops, nasal sprays. These only mask the symptoms, they do not treat the cause. That’s what we want to address.

Here is why 95% of patients go untreated.

The Scratch Test ( standard test)

  • Painful- 40-50 skin pricks
  • Limited to only 40-50 allergens
  • Time-consuming – 25 minutes to 1 hour
  • Subjective – observation only
  • Non-measurable as a repeatable test

Problem – Scratch test

30% of the time it has a false positive result

Intradermal Shots

  • Potential risk- insertion of individual allergens
  • Subjective-observation only
  • Non- measurable

Food Challenge

  • Potential risk-insert concentrated amount on food
  • Tragic Result
  • Alastair Watson-Children’s Hospital of AL -07/30/17 Died.


What kind of food allergies can you be tested for?

A new finger stick blood test (fast – not scary) which tests for 180 allergens (vs. average 40-50 skin tests).

Using only 5 drops of blood on the blood card and using the next-generation molecular proteomic test

Allergy Treatment using Customize Toothpaste


Step One – Test Prick the finger. Safe (draw blood vs. inject allergens)…Fast…

Step Two – Prescribe Customized prescription for allergens based on test results.

Step Three – Toothpaste Dispense in office a 90-day supply to patients quarterly. Typical regimen lasts 3-5 years.

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Kids Coping with Allergies


Kids Coping with allergies is hard enough as an adult, but it can be even worse for kids who have just begun to develop them and for whom it just seems to get worse as they progress through childhood.

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It does not have to be that way anymore. There are a new test and treatment that your kids will love. They can brush away their allergies with a newly customized toothpaste.

It can be frustrating for parents as well when their child is struggling with an allergy but there are ways to handle it, and they are twofold:

First, cut down exposure to allergens as best as you can, and second, get them tested for allergies. There is a new type of test that does not require pricking your child 30 to 50 times.

Macroarray Testing 

The new fingerstick blood assays for 180 allergic sensitivities ( including environmental, non-inhalant, and food allergens), as opposed to an average of 40-50 allergens included on typical allergy tests.

For More Information, please visit Pediatric Allergy Solutions.

Humidity Levels

You can go one further by paying special attention to the humidity levels in your house, as dry air can be an extra irritant for the allergy-prone (people breathe easier when there’s some moisture in the air), but this can be a double-edged sword.

If it’s too humid, you run the risk of encouraging mold, which carries its own allergy risk. Aim for 30-50 percent humidity.

Of course, your house isn’t hermetically sealed, so regular cleaning is unavoidable. That means wiping down every surface on a regular basis and reducing clutter to cut down on the number of places pollen or mold spores can accumulate.

As for vacuuming, there you have a friend: Many such machines have a HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filter, specifically designed to efficiently capture fine-grain pollen and other irritants, to really rid your house of them.

Kid’s Bedroom

For added effect, you can get an air purifier for your kids’ bedrooms that also comes with a HEPA filter.

Still, you can’t keep your kids inside forever (and shouldn’t do that anyway), and if they predisposed to developing allergies, it’s inevitable that they will be exposed to triggers like pollen and mold spores.

When symptoms start to show themselves and appear to recur frequently, Visit Allergy Care Center. What looks like a persistent cold may turn out a nascent allergy, and a professional will not only help you identify it with an allergy test and treatment using a customized toothpaste. Kids love the taste, it comes in mint or berry.

Pollen can cling to children who’ve been outdoors. Change and wash clothes regularly, and make sure your children also bathe regularly. Of special importance is washing hair: Not only are pollen grains hardest to dislodge from there, they can be transferred to your child’s pillow overnight, guaranteeing continued exposure.

Kids Allergy Release Treatment

Allovate has a toothpaste that kids can brush their teeth each day for two minutes. The toothpaste can be prescribed at the Allergy Care Centers. Please visit heir website to learn more. Then call them for an appointment.

Allergy Testing and Prescription Toothpaste Protocol

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Good News For Allergy Sufferers 

I have good news for the 40% of adults and 30% of children who suffer from allergies. Revolutionary allergy testing and prescription toothpaste protocal are now on the market. Ask your doctor.

There is now a serious upgrade in allergy testing (FINGER PRICK) and(PRESCRIPTION TOOTHPASTE )treatment protocol that can help the 95% of people who suffer from allergies.allergy testing and treatment

As of now this 95% simply go to the drug store and choose a non-prescription medicine that only temporarily masks their symptoms.

Now this 95% can be upgraded to a permanent “cure”. What if a doctor, after ordering an FDA cleared finger stick blood test which tests for 180 different allergens, could prescribe a prescription toothpaste to help the patient very simply “brush their allergies away”? Now they can.  It is safe and it works.

 Allergy Test and  Prescription Toothpaste Protocol

The new allergy testing and prescription toothpaste protocol for helping patients with allergies have not changed for twenty years until now.

95% of patients with an allergy take over the counter medicines and they suffer all their life.

Only 5% are actually sent to Allergy specialists and of those who go to Allergy specialists only 20% complete the 3-5 year protocol.

This means less than 1% of the total population with allergies are being “cured”.

This is serious because 90% of childhood asthma is caused by allergies.  The medical community has clearly failed to provide a lasting solution to 99% of those who suffer from their allergy all their lives.

There is no need for this failure anymore. The new FDA cleared finger prick blood test is quantifiably giving results on a 1-6 scale for each of the 180 allergens tested.

This means ongoing progress toward the patient’s “cure” can be measured in a re-tests all without the pain of the older outdated “scratch test”.

 Besides the older “scratch test” tests for only 40-50 allergens without any quantification of results. 

Allerdent Toothpaste

Allerdent® is a patented oral mucosal immunotherapy system that uses a specially formulated,
fully-functional toothpaste into which proteins, such as FDA-approved respiratory immunotherapy
agents can be stably incorporated. This format enables patients to administer daily
immunotherapy as they brush their teeth. By coupling a daily oral care activity with allergy

immunotherapy, Allerdent® can help resolve the “crisis of compliance” that limits the use and
the effectiveness of other forms of allergy immunotherapy, such as painful subcutaneous injections.

Fall Allergies just around the corner

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – It may be September now, but allergies are still very prevalent.

Dr. Joseph Allen with Premier Physician Network joined 2 NEWS Friday to talk about allergy season.

Some people tend to suffer more from allergies in the fall than in the spring, and vice versa.

“There’s a lot of similarities in the symptoms. The difference is what causes it. In the spring, it’s a lot of pollen, in the fall it can be dust and mold,” said Dr. Allen.

This time of year, it can be hard to tell if you’re just suffering from allergies or if it’s an illness such as a cold.

“A good benchmark is a fever. If you have a fever, then it’s likely not allergies,” Dr. Allen said, adding that if symptoms get worse instead of better after a few days, it may not be allergies.

Nasal-saline washes and neti pots can provide some relief.

Dr. Allen says to try and stay away from over-the-counter-nasal sprays that do not contain saline.


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Adherence Is Better With Prescription Toothpaste

The adherence to the toothpaste protocol is 80% as opposed to 60% for sublingual drops and less than 20% weekly shots.  In a nutshell, this is a safe program that works and it is better than the outdated protocols which have been in place for the past twenty years.

Contact me to learn where you can go to get this new Allergy Treatment.

Successful Clinical Trial for Peanut Allergy Treatment Spreads Hope

Posted on March 8, 2018  in Uncategorized
Peanut Allergies

Childhood peanut allergies have increased 21 percent since 2010, the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology reported last year. Put another way, nearly 2.5 percent of U.S. children are now allergic to peanuts

Did you know that 90% of  patients doctors  refer to an allergist are not being treated? Here is why:

 Most patients don’t want to go and get an allergy shot each week; would you?

We have a solution! Your patients can now brush their teeth each day with a customized allergy toothpaste to treat the cause of their specific allergies instead of resorting to Over-The-Counter medications that only treat symptoms.

We are seeking donations to open Allergy Care Centers in the Henderson/ Las Vegas area. This will be a one-stop allergy test and treatment center.

Our single finger prick blood test will identify up to 145 allergens, including 53 foods, latex and penicillin, with “measurable results”. Each patient will have a custom prescribed toothpaste to treat the allergies identified in the lab report. They can simply ‘brush away their allergies”!

There is also an investment opportunity if you would like to partner with us.

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