4 Things You Should Know About Allergies

Comments: 1 | September 13th, 2018


1. Allergies can develop at any time throughout your life.

Are you a young mom who developed allergies immediately following the birth of your first child? Did you start having allergy symptoms when you entered into menopause?  If allergy symptoms suddenly started appearing in your life, there is a reason for it. What do childbirth, perimenopause and menopause have to do with allergies?  Learn about the hormone connection to the sudden onset of allergies.

2. Mold allergy can cause serious health problems.

The recent flooding in Texas and Florida has created the perfect warm, damp environment for mold to grow out of control and flourish. Mold is a fungus that can be found both indoors and outdoors, and can start to grow on a damp surface within 24 to 48 hours. It produces spores that travel through the air. It can even survive dry conditions that do not support normal mold growth. You don’t want to take exposure to mold lightly because it can cause some very serious health conditions. Learn about the health problems caused by mold and what you can do to protect yourself and your home.

3. Allergies can do way more than just make you sneeze, they can make you sick and negatively affect your health.

Allergies are more than just a nuisance. You may not think a sneezy, runny nose is anything to worry about, but allergy symptoms are an indicator of an underlying problem and should not be ignored. Although respiratory discomfort is the most obvious indicator of an allergic reaction, allergies can cause symptoms throughout the body. Food allergens can trigger gastrointestinal symptoms such as canker sores, gastritis, and diarrhea. Recurrent or chronic urinary tract infections, asthma, childhood ear infections, upper respiratory infections, and yeast infections commonly have an allergic basis. Not only do allergies contribute to poor health; they can make you feel miserable and negatively affect your quality of life. Discover how you can boost your immune system and take control of your allergies naturally 

4. If you have asthma, it is possible to never need an inhaler again.

Are you tired of using an inhaler for asthma? Then Heidi’s story will inspire you and give you hope. Heidi suffered from severe allergies and asthma and could not go anywhere without her inhaler. She couldn’t enjoy being outdoors and felt miserable.  She also had sneezing, runny eyes, and chronic sinus infections. Learn how Heidi conquered her asthma naturally.

Allergy Drops to the Rescue

At Hotze Health & Wellness Center, we believe that instead of masking your allergy symptoms with pharmaceutical drugs, you should correct the underlying cause by strengthening your immune system. We have been successfully treating our guests with allergy drops for decades.  Contact a wellness consultant today for a complimentary wellness consultation at 281-698-8698. Let us help you conquer your allergies for good!

Watch as Dr. Hotze explains why he treats with allergy drops:



One thought on “4 Things You Should Know About Allergies

  1. Hotze Team

    Dear Linda,

    Thank you for your question. You would need to see our doctors who would evaluate you first, and then prepare the allergy drops accordingly. The allergy drops desensitize you to the substances to which you are reacting. Please contact our wellness consultants for a complimentary wellness consultation at 281-698-8698 and they can give you more information about our program. Thank you!

    To your health,

    Hotze Team


Leave a Reply