Saturday, June 30, 2012

Symptoms of allergies


For people prone to allergic reactions of allergy symptoms depend on which way the allergen enters the body


The most common allergens are:
mites
pollen
cats and other animals, for example, dogs, horses, rabbits and pigs
foods such as peanuts, eggs, soy, cow's milk and seafood
insect stings
medicines
mold
latex


Symptoms of an allergic reaction
Symptoms of allergic reactions depend on whether, in any way the allergen enters the body. For example, pollen, which is inhaled through the nose, usually causes symptoms in the nose, eyes, sinuses and throat.The familiar reaction to pollen, allergic rhinitis, or hay fever.
On the other hand, food allergy usually causes problems in the stomach and intestines.
Allergic reactions often occur simultaneously in different parts of the body.
Allergy symptoms can range from mild to severe and life threatening.

Allergy symptoms can be divided depending on whether, on the organs affected:
Skin: hives, eczema and facial swelling
Respiratory tract: nose (hay fever), throat (swelling), lungs (cough, wheezing, bronchospasm)
Gastrointestinal system: nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea
Cardiovascular system: a feeling of malaise, weakness, paleness, fainting

Measures to prevent
Patients with less severe clinical picture do not like taking medications and usually heal themselves.Overall health and quality of life is compromised especially if taken into account
Quality sleep, intellectual activity and social life. These reasons are sufficient to undertake diagnostic and therapeutic procedures in clinical practice allergists. If we add the treatment can prevent severe forms, such as asthma, then the consulting allergists certainly of great importance for the sick.

The pollen season is recommended the following measures:
Minimize the outdoor activities, especially in the morning between 5 and 10 hours when the highest concentration of pollen in the air.
Keep windows closed at night and use air conditioning to clean, cool and dry air
Keep car windows closed while driving
Regularly taking prescribed medication
Do not dry clothes outdoors and clothing
Do not keep a lot of plants indoors
To protect children from car exhaust gases
Protect children from passive smoking
Hormonal treatment
Corticosteroid therapy have proven effective in treating allergic inflammation of the upper and lower airways. These preparations are milder forms of disease can be completely eliminated, and weighs considerably mitigated. The most serious manifestations such as asthma are effectively controlled by local application of corticosteroids.

How to strengthen the immune system
Do not drink chlorinated water. Use spring or purified water.
Take as many probiotic yoghurts and fermented products.
Eat more fruits and vegetables, and raw.
Exercise!
The more you go out into nature.
Drink plenty of fluids - water, juices and herbal teas
At least once a year make the detoxification of the body 

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