If you suffer from allergies, your skin will show it. Many allergies manifest on the skin, sometimes via purely cosmetic effects, but sometimes causing discomfort and pain.
The fields of dermatology and allergy are uniquely connected. Luckily, the medical dermatology specialists at West Dermatology are uniquely prepared to help you with your allergy-related ailments so you can be comfortable in your own skin no matter what season or setting!
If you suspect allergies are taking their toll, a certified immunology specialist can help identify the underlying cause—whether it’s a chemical reaction, a drug or food allergy, or another cause altogether. Identifying the cause and taking steps to treat and prevent allergic reactions will impact your skin and improve your overall health. Call us today at 888-554-8740 or fill out our online contact form to schedule a consultation and learn more at a dermatology office near you. We have offices throughout California, Nevada, and Arizona.
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Fighting Allergy Symptoms
Countless people are affected by mild, moderate, and severe allergies, which interfere with everyday life and cause discomfort. However, serious allergies may cause major threats to health due to their interference with breathing and more necessary bodily functions. Stay aware of allergy symptoms and know whether you are having an allergic reaction to your surroundings. The following symptoms may be a sign of a mild to severe allergy attack.
- Shortness of breath
- Sneezing: sinus problems
- Headache: pressure, tension, or migraine
- Ear pressure and pain
- Eye itching and tearing
- Recurrent sore throat
- Hoarseness: cough, wheezing
- Eczema, hives, itching, skin rashes
- Gas or bloating
- Stomach aches not responsive to therapy
West Dermatology is proud to be a full-service dermatology practice. Allergies are not limited to the skin, but since they frequently present in the skin our specialists treat them there. Contact your local clinic today to schedule a time when you can consult with an allergy specialist at West Dermatology, and get on a path to better health.
For more information about allergy treatments, visit WebMD.com.