Do you have spring allergies? For some people, starting treatment three months before the season will offer longer-term relief.
Newer, under-the-tongue allergy tablets can help protect your body in advance of the season — especially if you only have a grass
or have a strong allergy to grass with other less troublesome spring allergies
These medications, known as sublingual oral immunotherapy tablets, help the immune system build a tolerance to certain allergens. This reduces allergy symptoms and also reduces your need for other medications, such as antihistamines, to treat symptoms.
This video as David Lang, MD
, Director of the Department of Allergy and Clinical Immunology at Cleveland Clinic, explains more about treating spring allergies early.