Allergy

What is an Allergy?

AllergyDo you know that one person in four is allergic to something ? and out of all allergy sufferers almost half of them are children?

An allergy refers to an exaggerated reaction by our immune system in response to bodily contact with certain foreign substances. The main reason for allergy to occur is allergen. This is a trigger that for some people will not make any difference but for others it will create havoc. People who have allergies often are sensitive to more than one thing.

common type of allergies are hay fever, asthma, eczema, hives and food allergy.

The severe stage of allergy reaction is called ‘anaphylaxis’, which may cause death if not treated immediately.

common symptom for allergy are as follows:

It differs from person to person. These are common to many other medical condition, so you need to properly diagnose prior to taking action.

For more indepth read on Allergy

As we learned above, the main reason for an allergy to take place lies with how effective our immune system is. If we have a stronger immune system, our body can fight the allergen. To understand more about how to keep up a healthy immune system  head  Antioxidants

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