Spring is here! People are planning their flower garden, spring cleaning, and waiting for warmer weather. Often times, this can cause congestion and allergies to kick in.
You haven’t suffered from seasonal allergies before, so what’s changed?
When we age into our 50’s, our bodies can respond differently to hormone changes. A lesser known side effect of hormone imbalances is allergies. Dust, pollen, and mold are among the more common allergy aggravators, so you may not realize the change until spring. We do recommend checking with your doctor to discover if an antihistamine would be right for you. Here’s a resource guide to help you learn more about antihistamines. Whether they’re new allergies or the worsening of previous ones, the nuisance of allergies doesn’t have to be your new reality.
Allergies most often develop and manifest themselves when our bodies are under stress. Our hormones can change dramatically in our 40’s and 50’s, which places significant stress on our immune systems. Antihistamines like Clarinex, Zyrtec, and Allegra are only designed to relieve the symptoms, not treat the underlying allergic reaction. Restoring your hormones using bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT) is a safe and proven way to alleviate seasonal allergies in older women.
While we cannot guarantee a complete alleviation of all allergy-related symptoms, we can safely say that BHRT has a history of helping lessen many symptoms. Our ReVital care team takes the time to understand how your body has changed into middle age. We believe you are beautifully unique and that you deserve a personalized treatment for what your body exactly needs.
Our ReVital care team created a FREE eBook about BHRT available for instant download here. This resource is designed to share about the potential benefits of bioidentical hormone replacement therapy. Download your FREE eBook and schedule your next appointment today. Don’t spend your spring with a stuffy nose and a box of Kleenex nearby. Start relieving your allergies today with BHRT through ReVital.