September 20, 2021
Did you know that allergies are becoming more common? More than 50 million Americans are waking up with stuffed noses, itchy or watery eyes, coughing, or sore throats because of allergies1. These are only four of the many symptoms caused by allergies. Many people might not even realize the reason they don’t feel well is because they have allergies.
Do I have allergies?
Allergies can cause many symptoms, not just sore throats and stuffed noses. Common symptoms caused by allergies include:
What should you do if you think you might have allergies?
If you have any of the symptoms above, you may be suffering from allergies. The best way to find out more is to get an allergy test. StayWell offers allergy testing.
We offer allergy skin testing to help determine the exact cause of your symptoms. Allergy skin testing is a pain-free, fast, and effective way to identify allergies. Scheduling an appointment is the first step towards getting your allergies under control.
What does an allergy skin test involve?
Allergy skin testing will test you for 58 of the most common allergies in Connecticut. Our allergy skin test involves exposing your skin to small amounts of the allergens themselves and watching for your reaction.
We test for a variety of allergies, including:
Why is allergy testing important?
Allergy testing is the first step to identifying the cause of your symptoms and figuring out why you don’t feel well. Sometimes, just avoiding the things triggering your allergies is enough for you to feel better. Knowing what foods to avoid will allow you to feel better and have more energy.
60% of asthma is caused by allergies2. If you suffer from asthma, allergy testing can help identify allergies that may be causing it. Once identified, treating these allergies can help prevent asthma attacks.
Allergy testing will help you and your provider determine a treatment and prevention plan to improve your quality of life.
To find out more and schedule your allergy test call us at (860) 969-1363 or ask your provider during your next visit. More information can be found on our Allergy Testing & Treatment page.
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