The spring allergy season is upon us.
According to reports, pollen counts are on the rise. Lots of patients are sneezing, coughing, itching, and suffering from sinus pain. Science is showing the impact of allergies on brain function and productivity is proven to be real. The effect allergies have on our immune system, affects how we operate through the world.#
Allergies are the 6th leading cause of chronic illness in the U.S.+
More than 50 million Americans suffer from allergies each year.+
The number of those who suffer with allergies is increasing.^
- 30% of adults
- 40% of children
Allergies can oftentimes be associated with chronic conditions such as asthma. They are hard to prevent and reactions can be mild to extremely severe. The most common allergies are seasonally related, but the good news is— they are easy to treat once an appropriate treatment has been discussed with a doctor. Whether it’s a physical exam, a review of medical history, or allergen tests, engaging with a healthcare provider to discuss is the best course of action toward leading a symptom-free life.
Source: *Allergy and Asthma Care of NY; +Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; ^American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology; #Forbes “Why Seasonal Allergies Cause ‘Brain Fog’
There are many options for treating allergies
Sufferers can talk to their doctors about determining which course of action is best. From pills, liquids, sprays, eye drops, creams, and injections, there are a myriad of treatments to treat the symptoms so many experience.
Doctors can help with both over-the-counter and prescription medicine for allergies.
That’s where Health Media Network steps in.
As one of the leading and trusted healthcare media networks in the U.S., we can leverage the power of the Point of Care environment for your business. You will reach patients and providers where help for allergy sufferers matters most — at the doctor’s office.
Our communication platform of Digital Waiting Room Screens, Wallboards, and Mobile Solutions provides you with the ability to reach your target market with brand messages that will help guide them toward making better decisions for cold and flu relief — which ultimately leads to better health outcomes for both patients and the brands who help them.
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