Should you get a real or fake tree this Christmas

Austin, TX – December 8, 2016 – Real Christmas trees are great way to bring theholiday season to your home, but they aren’t for everyone.

For people that have been allergytested, it’s easy to determine. Allergy tests cove pine and cypress trees whichare two of the most common types of live Christmas trees in Texas. An allergytest will tell you if these are a bad idea to have in your home.   

“The ultimate best thing to do ifyou want a real tree and don’t know your allergies is to go with a Fir orSpruce Tree,” Sunny Kallmer of Texan Allergy & Sinus Center said. “Justmake sure you wash your tree when you get homes and get any allergenic treepollen off of it and let it dry overnight.”

For those that know they haveallergies but aren’t sure what they are, the smartest decision is to go fakewith their Christmas tree.

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 exponentiallysince then, adding several locations in Austin, San Antonio, Waco, Midland, ElPaso, and Dallas-Fort Worth. Having cared for tens of thousands of patients,Texan Allergy & 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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