Inhalant Allergy

Typical inhalant allergens are pollens from grasses, trees and weeds, mold spores, pet dander, and dust mites.


Over 40 million Americans are living with inhalant allergies. Unfortunately, allergens sufficient to cause a reaction can be found extensively in the environment. Prominent grasses, trees, weeds, including ragweed, plus indoor and outdoor molds have the potential to cause an allergic response. For example, pollen travels most easily in hot, dry, windy weather, so these conditions can worsen your allergy symptoms.

Dust mites, pets and cockroaches are some of the most common indoor allergy triggers. In order to get relief from allergies, patient history, early diagnosis and treatment is very important.