Seasonal Allergies in Texas

Major cities in Texas such as McAllen, San Antonio, Houston and other parts of central and south Texas are among the worst in the U.S. for allergy sufferers. Other metropolitan areas such as Austin, Dallas, and El Paso are also among the top 20 U.S. cities with the highest pollen ranking, making these areas particularly challenging for allergy sufferers.[1],[2]

During the fall season, ragweed is the major allergen affecting Texas residents. Temperate conditions allow plants to grow more freely, thus emitting up to one billion pollen grains during the season. And winds blowing from the south, southeast and southwest regions[3] bring in tree pollen from central Texas.

And winter months in Texas are the most brutal for allergy sufferers, where cedar fever, triggered by cedar trees, can bring on flu-like symptoms.

Spring allergens in Texas are brought on by pollen from oak trees, while the summer months produce allergens from roadside grasses like Bahia, Bermuda, Orchard, and Timothy.

The Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex in particular, has a very wide variety of trees, flowers, grass, and shrubs that thrive year-round. There are different types of grass and hickory, red and white oak, juniper and pecan trees, cactus, palm trees, and so much more – this has been a major contributing factor to allergies in the area[4].

In Texas, more than in other parts of the U.S., humidity has also played a major role in allergies. Low humidity makes it easy for winds to blow pollen. High humidity enables water to trap pollen and keep it on the ground. North Texas experiences humidity changes on a daily basis, and even on a minute-by-minute basis. In fact, allergy season in North Texas now stretches to 11 months of the year[5].

Besides over-the-counter allergy remedies, there are other ways to minimize symptoms such as use of a neti pot (nasal rinse) or sweeping away allergens (vacuuming can spread more allergens). But in some cases, these treatments are not enough.

ClearUP® – The Latest in Sinus Pain Relief for Managing Allergies in Texas

ClearUP® Sinus Pain Relief
People all over Texas suffer from sinus pain caused by allergies and are simply not finding proper sinus pain relief from the typical treatment methods. With increased pollen counts and shifting humidity, allergists in the Dallas-Fort Worth area are seeing more patients and administering allergy shots more than ever before. The American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology estimates that over 50 million Americans suffer from some form of allergic rhinitis, more commonly known as “hay fever.”

Current treatment options for the sinus pain caused by allergic rhinitis typically involves chemicals or drugs that don’t fully relieve sufferers from their symptoms and may have unwanted side effects. ClearUP® Sinus Pain Relief is an exciting breakthrough option because it utilizes microcurrent therapy technology to help people live with less sinus pain!

This cutting-edge device will specifically target and treat the sinus nerve fibers directly without the use of a chemical pill or spray. Our device is available to ship to Texas and is recommended for adults 18 years or older with frequent sinus pain associated with allergies that range from weekly to daily frequency.

Discover more about ClearUP® Sinus Pain Relief and why patients, doctors, and allergists all over the nation are discovering the effectiveness of this chemical-free, non-invasive treatment option!

See the ClearUP® Difference and Compare to Other Sinus Treatment Options

Truly good treatment options for sinus pain have been lacking and people typically opt for nose sprays, nasal flushes, and pills. ClearUP® Sinus Pain Relief is the only treatment that offers all of the following:

  • Non-addictive
  • No prescription needed
  • Portable
  • Customized delivery
  • Non-invasive
  • No chemicals
Allergic Rhinitis

How Can Microcurrent Neuromodulation Treat Sinus Pain

Curious just how exactly ClearUP® works? It uses microcurrent waveforms (low-level electrical stimulation), a form of neuromodulation, to modulate nerve activity in the peripheral nervous system. It stimulates the sinus nerves underlying the cheek, nose, and brow bone. As one glides the tip across their face, the device detects optimal treatment points unique to each user. This is a great option for anyone in Texas looking for chemical-free sinus pain relief!

Texas Sinus Therapy Device – Easy, Effective, & Portable!

With severe humidity changes and wind conditions driving up pollen counts in Texas, finding effective chemical-free allergy treatments can be challenging. A new microcurrent therapy called ClearUP® delivers sinus pain relief that lasts up to 6 hours – finally, Texas residents have a drug-free, non-addicting means of treatment so they can live more productive lives and improve the quality of life.

ClearUP® is incredibly easy to use! This home device offers simple, intuitive features and a comfortable design with an ergonomic grip. Enjoy 1-button control and 3 intensity levels that can be customized according to your pain level. The unit uses a light and vibration system to easily guide users towards optimal points of treatment. It will conveniently prompt users to stop at an identified treatment point with a simple vibration. It works by transmitting microcurrent to this point for seven seconds, and then stops vibrating which prompts the user to resume gliding it across other designated areas. Anyone can confidently use this modern sinus pain treatment option with confidence!

Keep ClearUP® at home, take it to work, or take it on-the-go while you are traveling. Each treatment takes 5 minutes and can provide relief for up to 6 hours! Use it as needed, up to 4 times a day. Seventy-four percent of clinical study subjects experience a reduction in sinus pain after just one treatment.


A Safe & Effective Sinus Pain Treatment Option for Texas

Is ClearUP® FDA approved and safe to use?

Our sinus pain relief device is safe, effective, and clinically proven as a treatment option for those dealing with sinus pain brought on by allergies in Texas. It has been cleared by the FDA and is a modern option without the use of any chemicals or chemical side effects. See more of the latest research and news covering Tivic Health and ClearUP® Sinus Pain Relief.

We will continue to use the latest technologies to address additional diseases and conditions through home-use products. Tivic Health is exploring the impact of microcurrent technology and bioelectronics for the treatment of migraines, rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease, and more.

Texas Allergy Relief Device – Perfect for Seasonal or Year-Round Allergy Sufferers!

Those who suffer from sinus pain brought on by environmental allergies in Texas will want to incorporate ClearUP® into their arsenal for sinus pain relief. Some of Texas’s most famous cities including San Antonio, Austin, Houston, and Dallas-Fort Worth7, even rank among the worst in the nation for allergy sufferers! Spring pollen and fall ragweed can be especially bad and are frequently the culprits of allergic rhinitis. Residents of Texas don’t catch a break in winter as it sees the emergence of cedar pollen5. And frequent humidity changes in North Texas have extended allergy season there up to 11 months of the year9.

Our device could help you manage the frustrating symptoms of allergies. ClearUP® helps to improve your quality of life and health by helping you live with less sinus pain through even the worst allergy seasons to sweep the great state of Texas.

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Allergy Resources

For more information and resources, visit the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA), or the Allergy and Asthma Network.

[1] “Most Common Allergens (Allergies) in Houston, Texas”, Houston ENT & Allergy, March 9, 2018,

[2] “New to Texas? Learn About Common Seasonal Texas Allergies”, American Sinus Institute,

[3] “Why are allergies in Dallas-Fort Worth so bad? Curious Texas investigates”, The Dallas Morning News, June 11, 2018,

[4] “Why Are Allergies So Bad in Texas?”, T-Off Men’s Health, June 7, 2019,

[5] “Got Allergies? North Texas Doctor Tells Patients To Be Proactive This Summer”, CBS DFW, August 29, 2019,