The story of your allergies seem simple: you're exposed to allergens such as pollen or dust, you get teary eyes, sneezing and feeling miserable. No, you will be surprised to read some unknown facts about allergies.
First If you are the eldest in your family, you will be more prone to allergies.
Researchers in Britain have tested the signs of allergies in more than 1200 children. Most signs were found in the firstborn, most likely because they have different conditions in the womb, the researchers say.
Second Maybe your pet does not cause your allergies.
The cause of your allergies can be something completely different - the mites from the bed of your dog, or even your own, mold underneath your antique table in the hallway ... One study found that almost all homes in the U.S. have recognized animal allergens, although this did not live dogs or cats. Allergens can easily catch on clothing and can be found in schools, hospitals, shopping malls, movie theaters and anywhere else.
Third Obese children and adolescents have a higher risk of allergy.
The researchers analyzed data on more than four thousand patients ages 2 to 19 years, and have found that obese participants were about 26 percent more likely to have allergies than children of normal weight. The rate of food allergy particularly disturbing - 59 percent higher for children is rich.
4th Do you have breathing problems? Do not worry about your lungs, make your stomach.
If the normal balance of microflora in the stomach and intestinal upset, it can change the entire immune system, so your body responds to the intense common allergens such as pollen and dust. Modern diets and increased use of antibiotics may be the main culprit. Protect your body with a diet with little sugar and lots of raw fruits and vegetables.
5th Allergies can cause bad breath.
For some people, dry mouth caused by taking antihistamines for allergy can cause bad breath. Small bits of food remain in the language and causing a nasty smell. Regularly wash your teeth.