Warm September Means Fall Allergies Come Early

San Antonio, TX – September 13, 2016 – The summer heat has pushed into September this year and that means trouble for people who suffer from fall allergies.  

“A lot of people in Texas will confusetheir symptoms as signs of a cold when it’s really their allergies acting up,”says Sunny Kallmer of Texan Allergy & Sinus Center. "If you feel sneezy,itchy, and stuffy it could be your allergies, but an achy stomach or anincreased temperature will most likely mean an illness.”

Ragweed is a huge allergy forpeople in Texas and will be lasting through October when we’ll start seeingcedar creeping in during the holidays.

About Texan Allergy & Sinus Center:

Texan Allergy & Sinus Centeris a statewide allergy and sinus clinic that started in 2012 under the care andsupervision of Dr. Christopher Thompson. The company has grown exponentially sincethen, adding several locations in Austin, San Antonio, Waco, Midland, El Paso,and Dallas-Fort Worth. Having cared for tens of thousands of patients, TexanAllergy & Sinus Center specializes in sublingual immunotherapy forallergies by creating personalized allergy drops that can be taken by severelyallergic patients of all ages.

About Sunny Kallmer, MPAS, PA-C:

Sunny Kallmer graduated withdistinction from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha in 1994,with a Master of Physician Assistant Studies. She’s been a proud Texan eversince. After working in family practice for close to 20 years, she learned andappreciated the huge burden that allergies have on health and quality of life.

At Texan Allergy & SinusCenter, she is motivated to best address allergies at their origin, rather thanjust managing the complications of secondary infections, eczema, asthma, andoverall suffering. Sunny is passionate in practicing preventive medicine andoptimizing quality of life.

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