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Clara Maass Professional Building , 5 Franklin Avenue Suite 102, Belleville- 07109
New Jersey , United States  United States
Today (Tuesday) Open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Hudson-Essex Allergy - Belleville

At Hudson-Essex Allergy in Belleville, NJ we provide a full range of services including treatment for allergies including asthma, skin allergy, food allergy and more.For more information you can call us on our phone no. (973) 759-5842. Apart from it we you can send your medical report on our fax no. (973) 759-0403. We will aways ready to help you. You can also visit our website.

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Monday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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Ladybugs are all around us! Up until the early 1990’s they were actually released into the environment to protect against plant lice-which infect and kill beneficial plants in forests as well as our gardens. In the autumn, ladybugs will swarm into homes searching for warmth as they wait out the cold winter months. It is becoming evident that ladybugs are a major source of allergies. This can result in nasal congestion, runny nose, asthma or hives.

One recent study showed that 21% of allergy sufferers were sensitive to ladybugs. This is similar to the rate of allergy for dust mites and cockroaches. While these are year round allergens, ladybugs usually only cause symptoms from September to March. We are able to diagnose and treat ladybug allergy like any other airborne allergen; in fact, we consider them a seasonal allergy like pollen.

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Climate change is driven by increased levels of carbon dioxide and pollutants in the atmosphere. Thinking back to your grade school biology, you may remember that we breathe oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, but plants do the opposite. Plants use the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere to “breathe” and release oxygen as a by-product of their metabolism. It turns out that plants really like it when there is more carbon dioxide in the air! In greenhouse experiments, increasing carbon dioxide levels has increased pollen production by 61% to 90% in some types of ragweed.

Another study has shown that a doubling in carbon dioxide levels, from about 300 to 600 parts-per-million, induces an approximately four-fold increase in the production of ragweed pollen. Similar studies have shown equally troubling results in birch trees. More pollen means more symptoms. The impact of climate change on our pollen counts does not stop there, though. With increasing greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, surface temperature rises.

A “mild” winter means an early start to the allergy season as the trees will pollinate sooner than if the winter had sustained colder temperatures. This is not experimental-we are actually seeing a trend of longer pollen seasons over the last 30 years. Longer pollen seasons then lead to an increase in allergy symptoms, including nasal congestion, itchy eyes, and asthma.

There are many reasons to fear climate change, but this is one that is not often reported- as pollution and temperature increase, so do your allergy symptoms. While we might not be able to reverse the environmental changes that have already occurred, we at Allergy Consultants are always here to help alleviate your symptoms.

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