Respiratory Allergies

Some common triggers for breathing-related allergies include mold, hay fever, dust, and pet dander. These triggers cause an immune system reaction that causes other allergy symptoms—such as nasal congestion or inflammation, and a runny nose. Explore the different types of Respiratory Allergies

Respiratory Allergies FAQ

What are the symptoms of respiratory allergies?

The most common symptoms of respiratory allergies are sneezing, nasal congestion, and runny nose.

How do you get rid of respiratory allergies?

To help manage your allergies, please call one of our allergists.

How do you treat upper respiratory allergies?

The best way to treat upper respiratory allergies is to work closely with your allergist to understand what causes this and what medication may be best for you.

Is respiratory allergy curable?

A respiratory allergy may not be curable, but there are many medications that can help control your symptoms.