Are You Unable to Stop Sneezing?

Dr. CT Nguyen, Certified ENT Surgeon Houston

Dr. CT Nguyen has 15+ years experience as a leading ENT expert and has helped hundreds of people get relief from their nasal & sinus conditions.

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Are You a Candidate for Allergy Treatment?

  • Are you constantly sneezing throughout the day?
  • Do you have an itchy nose that won't go away?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions click below to fill out our assessment form.

or call us at:  (832) 237-7777

"Dr. Nguyen and his staff are very nice. The sinus procedure was tough at the beginning as I could not take steroids to aid the recovery process, but now I'm feeling great!"

Are Allergies Causing You To Sneeze Often?

Allergies can be a real strain on a person’s life, where day-to-day activities are interrupted by constant sneezing, and sleeping through the night is a challenge.  While sneezing is a reflex that helps to expel allergens, the repetitive uncontrollable reaction can be very uncomfortable.

Sneezing occurs when the nasal mucous membranes are irritated, causing a person to expel any foreign particles from the nasal cavity through a quick push of air through the nose and mouth.  Sneezing is triggered by various factors, and when it comes to allergies, sneezing is caused by allergens (like dust, pollen and dander) that enter the nasal mucous membranes, which in turn release histamine.

Effects of Excessive Sneezing

Typically, a person suffering from allergies will sneeze numerous times in a row, often forcefully.  Not only is sneezing characterized by unpredictable outbursts that can startle and frustrate, frequent and/or forceful sneezing can lead to a variety of painful outcomes.

As a result from excessive sneezing, a person may experience soreness in their:

  • abdominal muscles
  • chest
  • throat
  • nose

In addition, there is always a need for tissues or other absorbent materials to handle all the expelled mucous throughout the day and night.

Excessive Sneezing Treatments for Houston Residents

There are different ways to reduce the symptoms of allergies, but the typical method is to treat with medication, such as antihistamines and nasal decongestants.  However, it may be necessary to build up a body’s immunity to specific allergens through allergy shots.

At Houston Sinus & Allergy, we offer state-of-the-art allergy testing to determine what course of action to take to provide relief from sneezing.  Dr. Nguyen is a Board Certified ENT who specializes in allergy treatments, and has over a decade of experience in helping patients live more comfortably by identifying causes and providing effective solutions.  If you suffer from excessive sneezing, get in touch with us for help: book an assessment or contact us today!