A review article currently in press from the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice found that allergic rhinitis significantly impacts work performance and may also contribute to time lost from work. In this review, data was pooled from 28 previously performed studies that examined the effect of chronic allergic rhinitis on work performance. They found that allergic rhinitis is associated with a “substantial adverse impact on the productivity at work with an estimated 35.9% impairment in sufferers.” They also found a beneficial effect of treatment of allergic rhinitis on work productivity. One study showed that treatment significantly improved both absenteeism and performance. –Dr. Hill
The providers at San Tan Allergy and Asthma understand that untreated allergies can detrimentally affect many aspects of ones life and that adequate diagnosis and treatment can significantly improve quality of life. If you are suffering from persistent allergic symptoms, come in for an appointment and we can discuss what testing and treatment options may be right for you.
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