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Sinus & Allergies vs Coronavirus: Do I Have Sinus & Allergy Symptoms or COVID-19 Symptoms?
Learn about the subtle differences between symptoms of allergies, sinus issues, and Coronavirus, so you can determine the cause of your discomfort and consider if you should be tested for COVID-19.Read More
How to Reduce Indoor Allergens in Your Home
Indoor allergens can be trickier to detect, but there are several things you can do in your home to reduce exposure, improve air quality, and treat your symptoms. While these measures differ slightly based on the specific allergen, there are a few things that apply to all.Read More
Winter Itch: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatment in Denver, CO
If you’re experiencing all of these symptoms — itching, dryness, cracking, and bleeding — you may have pruritus hiemalis, or winter itch. Winter itch can be prevented and treated with some easy at-home changes and routines.Read More
Loss of Taste and Smell: How to Get Your Sense of Taste & Smell Back After a Sinus Infection
Colds, sinus infections, and general congestion are the most common causes of temporary loss of smell. While this is the most common offender, there are plenty of other issues that can lead to loss of smell or taste.Read More
Are Sinus Infections Contagious?
While sinus infections themselves are not contagious, the underlying cause of the infection can be contagious. An expert ENT doctor can help you determine the root cause of your sinus infection so you can choose the most effective treatment.Read More
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COVID-19, Sinus Infections, and Allergies
If you were infected with COVID-19 months ago, but you’re still experiencing symptoms, you aren’t alone. Though mild cases usually resolve within 1-2 weeks, some bouts of COVID give rise to secondary sinus infections — and potentially even make allergies worse! Ready to find relief from your sinus issues? Our specialists at Advanced ENT will uncover the root cause and craft a custom treatment plan just for you.Read More
Which Type of Allergy Medication Is Right for You?
From antihistamines and nasal steroids to decongestants and immunotherapy, here are the best prescription and over-the-counter allergy medicines in 2022, ranked by Colorado's top allergy doctor.Read More
Should I See an Allergist or a Pulmonologist for My Asthma?
Breathing issues from asthma can be frustrating, and even worse is not knowing where to get help for asthmatic issues. Both allergists (allergy specialists) and pulmonologists (lung specialists) can help with the diagnosis and treatment of asthma, but there are important differences between these two professionals that can help you decide which will be the most helpful for you.Read More
Best Allergy Websites & Resources For People With Allergies
With so much out there on the internet, it can be tough to know where to find the trustworthy resources you need. If you’re suffering from symptoms and want more info on food, household, or seasonal allergies, check out these quality websites.Read More
Summertime allergies usually begin in June and go through September, with allergy symptoms peaking in June, July, and August. If you’re experiencing allergy symptoms during the summer months, you can learn more about the causes and potential treatments below.Read More
Allergies in Toddlers: Everything You Need to Know
Since toddlers are often being exposed to new foods and environments, they also are at a higher risk for allergic reaction. If your toddler has experienced symptoms such as consistent sneezing, coughing, and itching eyes or rashed skin, your child may have allergies.Read More
Can You Be Allergic to Cigarette Smoke?
The irritating chemicals in cigarette smoke cause symptoms similar to allergic rhinitis like coughing, congestion, wheezing, and headaches. People with allergic rhinitis often have intensified allergy symptoms when they come in contact with tobacco smoke.Read More
Can Allergies Go Away Over Time?
There is evidence that people can and do outgrow allergies, particularly specific food allergies. However, more commonly adults will develop a new allergy in response to increased exposure to different environmental allergens.Read More