The Q&A videos filmed with Dr. Bassett in Dr. Oz’s studio greenroom in September during his recent appearance filmed on dairy allergies are now live on Sharecare.
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If you’re allergic to tree pollen, your meals and snacks may be making your symptoms worse. In this video, allergy specialist and Dr. Oz Show guest Clifford Bassett tells Dr. Oz which foods can cause problems, and the simple steps that can keep you feeling fine. Watch this video on the Sharecare website.
If you have seasonal allergies, oral allergy syndrome can cause the foods you eat to make pollen allergies worse, due to a chemical cross-reaction. Watch as allergist Clifford Bassett, MD, explains oral allergy syndrome and the foods that trigger it on the Sharecare website.
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Find out how to treat common summer stings, scratches and rashes! Dr. Oz reveals the summertime symptoms you should never ignore and reveals the secrets to handling bug bites and poison ivy.
Climate Change is not only melting the polar ice caps, but it is also exponentially increasing the allergy hot spots all over the United States. Dr. Clifford Bassett sat down with Dr. Oz to discuss how to brace yourself for one of the worst allergy seasons we have yet to see.
Dr Bassett explains a popular new treatment for seasonal allergies – Allergy Drops. This new treatment for allergies that is sweeping the country. Instead of allergy shots this new treatment uses allergy drops that you take at home a few times a day to build up your immunity to allergens. On the Dr Oz Show Dr Bassett demonstrates the protective effect these new allergy drops can provide.
Some allergy sufferers experience Oral Allergy Syndrome — a tingling of the mouth and throat after the ingestion of certain foods. This may be due to an allergic cross-reaction with the food an tree pollen.
Dr. Clifford Bassett has put together a set of allergy season survival tips for Dr. Oz. Record-breaking levels of seasonal pollen make this guide more important than ever.
Due to several years of record-breaking levels of seasonal pollens, it is essential to have an allergy survival plan in place. Why such high levels? Climate change, the rise in worldwide temperatures and greenhouse gases, record amounts of precipitation, and over planting of male plants have resulted in longer allergy seasons. All these factors have created a perfect storm for those who suffer from seasonal and mold allergies.
Stay one step ahead for an allergy-free season! First, you need to know if you have seasonal allergies so you can customize a successful allergen avoidance and management plan.
Second, many sufferers don’t realize that medications often work better before symptoms take hold. You may actually need less if started before peak allergy periods.
Allergies can take a toll on many areas of your life. Sleep is big one. Allergy sufferers are often sleepy during the day, especially if you are hooked on drowsiness-causing OTC medications or insomnia-causing oral decongestants. Daytime fatigue can actually be caused, in part, as a result of blocked nasal passages that disrupt sleep patterns. That’s what I refer to as “allergy fatigue syndrome”.
Get the right treatment to control your seasonal and indoor allergies, so you can breathe better at night and have better quality rest. It’s time to break the cycle, get treated successfully, and sleep better. Eventually, you won’t even need that extra latte!