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Texas Cedar Fever


tcf-fg-1.jpgAbout Texas Cedar Fever

Texas cedar fever is commonly experienced by those who live in Texas and occurs during the winter months, typically from November through March. This common allergic reaction to mountain cedar trees causes symptoms that are similar to other seasonal allergies including sneezing, congestion, and itchy, watery eyes. And, although the name would imply that a fever may result, this is actually quite uncommon. However, a slight temperature increase may occur due to inflammation caused by the overreaction of the immune system. 

Mountain cedars grow mostly in Central Texas. However, the pollen can travel for hundreds of miles, so you don’t necessarily have to have cedar trees on, or even near, your property to be affected by Texas cedar fever. For those who suffer from Texas cedar fever, the winter can be a dreadful time of year. 



The Cause of Texas Cedar Fever

Texas cedar fever is caused by an allergic reaction to the pollen from mountain cedar trees located in Central Texas. This allergic reaction causes the body’s immune system to overreact when it comes into contact with the pollen resulting in seasonal allergy symptoms. 

The Symptoms of Texas Cedar Fever

Since Texas cedar fever is caused by an allergic reaction to pollen, as many seasonal allergies are, the symptoms are incredibly similar. Symptoms that are usually associated with Texas cedar fever include:

  • Runny nose

  • Headache

  • Fatigue

  • Itchy, watery eyes

  • Puffy eyes

  • Sore or itchy throat

  • Sneezing

  • Stuffy nose

  • Coughing

  • Congestion

  • Partial loss of smell

  • Post-nasal drip

tcf-fg-2.jpgHow to Treat Texas Cedar Fever

Texas cedar fever, like most seasonal allergies, can be difficult to deal with. Most people with allergies find themselves working their way through the drugstore allergy aisle without finding much relief. Even prescription allergy medications have a mediocre effect on allergies. Below, we will discuss a few ways that you can successfully combat Texas cedar fever. Read on to learn more.

Allergy Avoidance 

One way to try to reduce the effects of Texas cedar fever is by avoiding the allergen. While you typically can’t avoid the allergy altogether, there are ways to minimize your contact so that you can breathe a bit easier this winter. You can’t control the amount of pollen in the air outdoors, but you do have some control over the amount that gets into your home. During this season, you want to try to make your home, your oasis away from this pesky allergen. Follow some of the tips below to minimize the amount of pollen that enters your home:

  • Keep your windows and doors closed

  • Utilize a high-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter

  • Vacuum your carpets frequently

  • Dust your house often

  • Bathe your pets and clean their beds frequently

tcf-fg-3.jpgAllergy Medications

There are few effective treatments for Texas cedar fever. Over-the-counter and prescription allergy medications often leave sufferers with side effects that are even worse than the allergy symptoms themselves including dry mouth, dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, and confusion, among many others. Most of these medications simply work to treat the symptoms rather than dealing with the source of the problem — your immune system’s reaction.

Allergena is a different kind of allergy medication. It is an all-natural homeopathic remedy. Allergena introduces minuscule doses of natural products that cause similar symptoms as the allergies to mountain cedar. This allows your body to relearn how to react to allergens and build up a healthy immune response, so that when you come into contact with the allergen, your body no longer overreacts with sneezing, coughing, and itchy, watery eyes. 



Find Relief With Allergena’s Texas Cedar Fever Formula

If you suffer from Texas cedar fever, then you know how difficult it can be to find something that really works. Allergena’s Texas Cedar Fever Formula is different. It will help your body build up a healthy immune response to the pollen from Mountain cedars, Pinchot cedars, Red cedars, and over 40 other trees, weeds, and grasses that are found locally in Central Texas and the surrounding areas. With Allergena, you’ll no longer need to fear the winter allergy season. Our Texas Cedar Fever formula will help you naturally find real relief to your seasonal allergies. Shop the Allergena Texas Cedar Fever allergy-relief drops today.


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