Allergies In The Winter? Yep, That’s a Real Thing.

Senior woman cleaning carpet with a vacuum cleaner at home.

Though many people experience allergies in the spring and summer, winter allergies can be just as common. When the temperature drops and the furnace turns on, dust, mold spores, and insect parts can be sent flying into the air. This can be part of the reason why those pesky allergies don’t seem to go away – even in the colder months. 

 

One might think that vacuuming, dusting, and cleaning would rid oneself of such problems but many times it can make it worse due to the fact that much of the dust becomes easier to inhale. Additionally, using special air filters in your furnace can help with some of the allergic reactions but it is not likely to take care of the problem completely. 

 

Thankfully, you don’t have to suffer alone. Wyoming Otolaryngology specializes in the treatment of all nasal problems, including allergies. We will work with you to find the cause and the solutions to your nasal problems. With over 25 years of experience, Wyoming Otolaryngology professionals are trained in advanced endoscopic surgical techniques and can test for allergies including skin and blood testing. 

Find the root source of your allergy problems by contacting us today!