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Spring Allergies are Here
What you should know, and what you can do, about Allergies
Spring is a wonderful time of the year for many but allergy suffers often struggle to find any joy. This spring, in particular, the trees and grasses have produced extremely high pollen counts and allergy sufferers are on alert.

Many people with no known prior history of allergies are finding themselves dealing with an unexplained runny nose, congestion, or inexplicable fatigue. For others, the symptoms seem like a "cold" that won't go away. According to the Allergy and Asthma Foundation of America, there are an estimated 50 million Americans impacted by allergies. Typically the Washington DC area is ranked high in regions with bad allergies.

When counts are particularly bad, avoiding exposure may be the best option. Look at www.pollen.com to check out your area to look ahead at the various allergens and their counts.Other things to consider are regular nasal saline to irrigate out the allergens. There are now many medications used to treat allergies from non-sedating antihistamines, like Claritin, Allegra or Zyrtec, to nasal steroid sprays or leukotriene inhibitors (e.g. Singulair).

Here are additional things to consider:

If you find yourself struggling with obvious allergy symptoms, or you have noticed fatigue, problems sleeping, congestion or hoarseness over the past 4-6 weeks without explanation, consider alergies as a cause. As always, feel free to contact your EHS physican to discuss.

Yours in health,
EHS docs


Golfing for a Good Cause
This is the first annual golf fundrasier to raise money for the Chantilly Soccer Club. It is Friday, May 13th at the South Riding Golf Club. More information can be found at:
www.chantillysoccerclub.org


The EHS Difference
We are a distinctive primary care office and Executive Physical center founded on traditional family medicine values, caring for a limited number of individuals and families through a fee-based membership practice (concierge-style practice). This uniquely low ratio of patients per doctor, allows very personalized, proactive care by the doctors and staff alike. Our entire staff's focus is on the coordination and implementation of care plans, for both acute and chronic issues, as well as prevention.

EHS offers individuals, families and our partner-companies' key employees the synergy of an exceptional medical care and Executive Physicals along with the even more important, 24-7-365 personalized care and follow-up necessary for optimization of one's health.

Through our healthcare-concierge services and personalized care, we make healthcare convenient and hassle free for our clients. We are your partner in decision making as well as your medical advocate. The EHS care model provides the medical care you need and the piece of mind you deserve in today's fragmented, impersonal health care system.

For our corporate partners, this results not only in better health for their key employees, but improved productivity (reduced absenteeism and presenteeism), improved recruitment and retention, and a proven positive return on investment.

For more information on our program, please see www.EHSdocs.com.

Sincerely,
Executive Healthcare Services

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