Allergy & Asthma Clinic of Macon

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Allergy & Asthma Clinic of Macon
Allergy & Asthma Clinic of Macon is listed in the Physicians & Surgeons Allergy Asthma & Immunology category in Macon, Georgia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Allergy & Asthma Clinic of Macon which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Allergy & Asthma Clinic of Macon on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 69.

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2076 Ingleside Ave
Macon, GA 31204
(478) 743-9376

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Due to the weather our office will be closed today Wednesday 17, 2018.

Happy New Year! Our office will be closed today January 1st and January 2nd in celebration of the new year. We will open Wednesday January 3rd with normal business hours.

Our office will be closed December 25th and 26th for Christmas. Our staff would like to wish you all Merry Christmas. Have a safe holiday.

ALLERGENIC TIPS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON As we all prepare to enjoy the upcoming holiday season, it is still important to remember that the decorations that we all place in our homes for this joyous season can worsen our respiratory allergy and/or dermatitis. I am offering the following tips to help reduce the potential of worsening of your allergic symptoms so that the holiday season might be more fully enjoyed by you and your family member. 1. Although live Christmas trees are a sign of the Christmas Season, these live trees can significantly aggravate either respiratory allergy and/or dermatitis. A better alternative would be to use an artificial tree through the holiday season. If a live Christmas tree is a must, avoid using cedar or pine trees since they are more likely to enhance allergic and/or respiratory symptoms while they are in your home. It would also be helpful to consider using a HEPA type air filter in the room where the Christmas tree is located to lessen allergenic exposure to various indoor allergens and/or resins from the live Christmas tree. Removal of the live Christmas tree from your home as soon as possible after Christmas day is also a must. 2. Hanging strings of white lights and festive ribbons instead of natural evergreens and holly is a better alternative to these natural greens. 3. Avoid wreaths, roping and any decorations made with boxwood, which can be particularly irritating for many allergic patients. 4. Poinsettia plants are common decorations for the holidays but they have a tendency to gather dust and molds, which can also enhance respiratory allergy. 5. Using unscented candles for the holiday displays would be a better alternative than scented products, which can worsen respiratory allergy and/or dermatitis. 6. People with respiratory allergies need to stay away from any open fireplace where smoke and ashes can trigger respiratory allergy. A better alternative would be to use a fireplace that has an insert with blower, to lessen exposure to these irritating smoke and ashes. 7. Oranges studded with cloves and placed in bows around the house can substitute for the scented potpourri that often trigger respiratory allergy. 8. When unpacking stored Christmas ornaments, use your allergy medications preventively in addition to using a dust/pollen mask to reduce exposure to the household dust. 9. Always remember your food allergens. Holiday season foods often have hidden or disguised food allergens which can worsen your dermatitis and/or respiratory allergy. My staff and I would like to wish you a happy and healthy Holiday season and I hope that these suggestions will be helpful in preparing you home for a hypoallergenic Christmas season. Sincerely, David T. Plaxico, M.D.

Reminder: Our office will close Wednesday at Noon and our Shot Window will close at 11:30 am on Wednesday. We will be closed Thursday and Friday. We will return with normal business hours on Monday November 27, 2017. Have a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving!