Sublingual Allergy Drops
Tired of suffering from your allergy symptoms? Sublingual immunotherapy, or allergy drops, may be right for you. This effective treatment can not only help reduce the overall severity of your symptoms, it can improve your quality of life.
Allergy & Asthma Treatment
Whether you’re living with asthma or allergies, our innovative treatment plans combine traditional medicine with functional medicine to focus on finding the root cause of illness and improving your quality of life.
Functional medicine is an individualized, investigative approach that can help you find lasting relief from symptoms and improved overall health. It works by uncovering and addressing the root cause of your symptoms to help you achieve your health goals.
Do sublingual allergy drops really work?
Yes—this safe, effective allergy treatment works by slowly building up your immunity or tolerance to an allergen, which prevents an outbreak of symptoms and can even send your allergies into remission. It can take several years for your body to build up tolerance, which requires consistency and commitment to the therapy.
At AAPRI, we’re proud to be the only practice in Rhode Island to offer sublingual allergy drops, which are becoming an increasingly popular treatment for allergies.
Find out if sublingual allergy drops might be right for you!
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