Experienced allergist offers Crystal Lake residents the option of holistic allergy treatment
Natural allergy relief
A holistic approach to natural allergy relief begins in the same place as conventional allergy treatment. You need to understand what triggers your allergies and how they affect you. Advanced Allergy & Asthma Associates is committed to accurate diagnosis so we can develop a treatment plan that lets you take your life back. The difference between holistic and conventional allergy relief methods lies in the treatment options available.
Some ways to treat your allergies naturally
- Once we have determined what is causing your allergies, a natural first step is to see if you can avoid them. This may involve simple lifestyle changes such as closing your windows, installing HEPA filters, using dust covers on mattresses, avoiding locations you know will trigger allergies, and staying indoors on high pollen count days. The doctor will help you explore more ways to minimize the effects allergens have on you.
- Herbs. Nettles are a natural antihistamine. We recommend to try to have nettle tea once daily.
- Saline nasal rinses. These can be an immense help in rinsing away allergens collected in your sinus cavities, and may aid in preventing sinus infections.
Do people ever outgrow allergies? Explained by Dr. Noga Askenazi
Are you someone suffering from allergies and wonders whether you will ever outgrow them? In this video Dr. Noga Askenazi from Advanced Allergy & Asthma Associates near Elgin, IL & Crystal Lake, IL explains all about outgrowing allergies. Watch to learn more.
Do people ever outgrow allergies?
With recent different studies, we do believe that elderly might not develop allergies or lose certain allergy responses as they age.
Can people's responses to the allergens change over time?
Yes. A child may have a skin response for their pet when they are young, which might change into nasal or eye symptoms as they get old.
It may even grow into asthma. How it appears, and the severity may change.
Is there a possibility to get rid of allergies?
People may lose some allergies when hormones change at adolescence. They can also lose allergies by getting on allergy shots.
The idea of such treatment is to get people to respond in a none allergic manner to their allergens.
Advanced Allergy & Asthma AssociatesDr. Noga Askenazi | Dr. Eugenia Hahn | Meredith Cirrincione
Dr. Noga Askenazi is a nationally recognized asthma and allergy specialist who is board certified in pediatric and adult allergy. Her areas of special interest are innovative treatment of rashes, sinusitis, food allergies, asthma and immune disorders. She was past President of the ISAAI (Illinois Society of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology), works on state and national committees for advancement of the allergy field and is a consultant for Advocate, AMITA, Northwestern amongst other health care systems. Her joy is helping patients reach their goals after together determining best treatments. Her staff and patients are a chosen family, and she invests in their happiness. She enjoys gardening, biking and cooking to good music.
Dr. Eugenia Hahn is a highly recognized board certified allergist and immunologist who treats patients of all ages. Her areas of special interest are food allergy, eczema, and asthma. She is president of the Illinois Society of Allergy & Asthma, a National Committee leader of the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, a member of the American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology working on new treatment options for patients. She is a consultant for Advocate, Northwestern, AMITA, Northwest Community healthcare systems amongst many others. Her patients mean everything to her as she takes pride in finding the why behind the problem. She enjoys reading and spending time with her family.
Meredith Cirrincione is a board certified Physician Assistant and specializes in treating allergies, with a focus on asthma, rashes, environmental allergies, chemical and food allergies. She holds a Masters in Physician Assistant Studies from The Chicago Medical School - Rosalind Franklin University of Health Sciences. She is a Fellow member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, the Illinois Academy of Physician Assistants, and the Association of PAs in Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. She likes to approach things holistically. She is a strong patient advocate and adored by her patients. She enjoys singing, reading, cooking, and the great outdoors.