December 18, 2020
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Allergies refer to hypersensitive immune reactions in some people against certain foreign bodies that are typically harmless.
These factors, known as allergens, can include dust, pollen, medication, food groups, pet dander, etc.
MOST COMMON ALLERGY TRIGGERS AND THEIR PREVENTION
Below are some common allergy triggers.
Pollen is a very fine dust-like substance that is shed by trees, grass, and weeds and is released into the surrounding atmosphere.
In the United States, pollen figures among the top allergy triggers. This allergic reaction is usually characterized by cough, congestion in the nasal passages, red and watery eyes, and runny nose.
Moreover, certain chemical pollutants that are inhaled along with the pollen can exacerbate an allergic reaction by causing damage to the pollen’s cell wall and thereby enhancing the release of allergens.
Follow these tips to prevent getting an allergic reaction:
2. Animal dander
Animal dander is tiny flakes of dead skin shed from the skin or hair of furry animals, such as cats, dogs, rodents, and birds, among others.
Therefore, domestic, farm, and laboratory animals are major sources of allergens that can cause sensitization and allergic diseases.
If you are allergic to animal dander, adopt the following measures:
Since mold can grow anywhere where moisture is present and is often invisible to the naked eye, people allergic to this fungus can have a tough time avoiding it.
The incidence of mold allergy is largely under-reported because people allergic to mold are often sensitized to other allergens that they have been previously exposed to and may already have IgE antibodies against them.
The presence of these antibodies camouflages the symptoms of mold allergy.
People who are allergic to mold should take the necessary precautions to keep their house mold-free.
4. House dust mites
Dust mites can survive in almost any climate or altitude, but they flourish, particularly in the warm, moist confines of your home where they have a regular supply of dead skin cells.
They can become deeply embedded into the fabric surfaces of your home, such as your bedding, carpeting, upholstery, curtains, and mattresses.
Nearly 40% of the global population is afflicted by dust mite allergies, with almost 20 million people in the United States alone.
It is impossible to eliminate all the dust mites from your home or office, but you can minimize their presence by adopting the following precautionary measures:
You can have an allergic reaction to something you ate, which is known as a food allergy. This happens not because the dietary substance itself is questionable or harmful, but because your body confuses it to be so.
Food allergies differ from food intolerances but are far more severe and can even be life-threatening. Biologics is a safe and effective therapeutic intervention to build one’s immune tolerance for food antigens.
Prevent food allergies from occurring by following these tips:
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