Many Denver locals struggle with the inevitable annoyance known as allergies.
While the vast majority of the Denver population may think late Summertime should warrant an easing-up of allergy symptoms, they will find themselves sorely mistaken as they venture to the local pharmacy for allergy medication. Across the state, and country, residents are suffering from a variety of symptoms ranging from itchy eyes, nasal drip, and even increased asthma.
When venturing outside, as many do to soak up the warmth and sunshine that lingers in late summer, it is to be expected that Ragweed and other allergens may cause a stuffy nose, drainage, and even throat irritation. Saline nasal sprays may offer some temporary symptom relief in these cases, but if irritation continues, a trip to the allergist and ENT is highly advised.
If you are experiencing lingering allergy symptoms and regularly depending on over-the-counter medication to temporarily resolve your symptoms, be sure to visit your allergist and ENT specialist at Mile High Otolaryngology to determine the root-cause of your symptoms and confirm the proper form of treatment.