Use My Nasal Allergy Journal to track your triggers, symptoms, and medications. Share your journal results with your board-certified allergist to find treatment and relief.
Itchy eyes, sneezing, and postnasal drip are symptoms of nasal allergies. If you suspect you have nasal allergies, use this online journal. Share the information with an allergist, who can help you feel good, stay active during the day, and rest at night.
With My Nasal Allergy Journal’s calendar view, get an overview of how nasal allergies affect your quality of life. This tool provides detailed reports to help you understand your triggers and your allergist manage your condition.
Board-certified allergists are the best-trained health professionals to diagnose and treat nasal allergies. Print and share your journal reports with an allergist, who will work with you to develop a treatment plan.
If you suffer from allergy-like symptoms, but have never been diagnosed, consider seeing a board-certified allergist. An allergist can use a combination of methods to treat chronic nasal allergies, including avoidance of triggers, medication, and allergy shots (immunotherapy).