Whether with mild symptoms like an itchy nose or a swollen mouth, or more extreme ones like shortness of breath, we react to the allergens around us all the time. To avoid these sometimes hazardous symptoms, it’s important to pinpoint exactly what is causing them. We spoke with Dr. Clifford Bassett, a food allergy specialist, who helped us compile ways to find out what you’re allergic to.
Dr. Bassett points out that there are “simple, virtually painless, reliable in-office allergy diagnostic skin tests to pinpoint if you have allergies and exactly what type.” He states that these tests are the only “true, effective relief for those pesky allergies.”
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