Your immune system is primed to protect you against viruses, bacteria, and other pathogens. An allergic response, the collection of physical symptoms that manifests after exposure to an allergic trigger, occurs when your body’s immune system responds to a perceived threat.
While allergies are not harmful to you, they can be very uncomfortable and distracting, which is especially problematic for high-performing professionals, students, and busy parents who can’t afford to compromise their full attention.
Because an allergic reaction occurs when your body responds to something it views as a threat, you might come into contact with hundreds of potential allergens in a given day.
The most common allergens include:
In addition to these, certain types of fabric or plastics, especially latex, can trigger allergies in some people. Insect stings, laundry detergents, and fragrances added to beauty or cleaning products can cause symptoms of allergies in others.
Without a lab test, it could take months or years of trial and error to determine what is triggering your allergies. At-home allergy testing takes out the question by identify exactly what is causing your immune system to react.
At-home allergy testing can benefit anyone who wants to know what is causing their allergies and what they can do to avoid allergens.
At-home allergy testing is a fast, convenient way to identify your allergy triggers. This blood panel only takes a few minutes to administer and can be performed not only at your home, but your office, a hotel, a dorm, or elsewhere in Los Angeles.
We bring the appointment to you so that you can enjoy the benefits of knowing what triggers your allergies on your time and schedule.
For people with allergies, exposure to an allergy trigger can mean sneezing, congestion, and red eyes for the rest of the afternoon.
Symptoms of allergies vary depending on the type of allergen that your body reacts to. Pollen, ragweed, and dander often cause symptoms in your sinuses while molds and mildew can lead to symptoms on your skin or in your respiratory system.
Symptoms of allergies include, but are not limited to:
By identifying your triggers with at-home allergy testing, you will be able to know exactly what steps you need to take to avoid allergy symptoms.
Once your lab test results are in, Concierge MD LA will consult with you and provide a full, detailed explanation about the test and answer any questions you may have about your allergy triggers. You’ll receive a full documentation of your test results along with a personalized assessment.
From there, we can customize a treatment plan for you that takes into consideration your lifestyle and personal preferences, creating the optimal plan to avoid allergy triggers and treat your symptoms.
When you know what’s triggering your allergy symptoms, you can make adjustments to your lifestyle minimize your exposure to these triggers and promote year-round comfort and wellbeing.