The term Allergy occurs usually when a person’s immune system shows an instant reaction to substances in the environment that are harmless for most of the people. These substances which result in the occurrence of allergy are known as allergens and are found in the house such as pets, dust mites, insects, pollen, moulds, foods and some medicines.
Atopy is a kind of diseases that is genetically inherited with a tendency to develop allergic diseases. People dealing with atopy are said to be atopic.
Usually when the people suffering under atopic are exposed to allergens can easily develop an immune reaction as a result of allergic inflammation (redness and swelling).
Some of the facts about Allergies are:-
• Approximately every 10%-30% of people in the industrialized world are affected by different allergic conditions, and this number is regularly increasing because of the worst environment conditions.
• Around 20% of Americans are affected by allergic rhinitis (nasal allergies) s roughly. According to the latest research and stats, more than $3 billion annually spends between physician visits, prescription costs, and missed days of work/school.
• Between 8%-10% of Americans are affected with Asthma roughly. The estimated health costs for asthma exceed approximately $20 billion annually.
• Usually, the Food allergies affect around 3%-6% of kids in the United States and approximately 1%-2% of adults in the U.S.
Some of the most common and general causes of allergic reactions are:-
• Dust mites
• Consumption of foods such as peanuts, soy, cow’s milk, seafood and eggs
• The hairy animals like cats, dog or other furry or hairy animals such as dogs, horses, rabbits and guinea pigs (animal dander).
• Sudden insect stings and bites.
• Mould – it can release few small particles into the air that you can breathe in
• When few salts of medicines do not suits your body.
• The use of latex products which are used to make some gloves and condoms
• The use of household chemicals which includes those in detergents and hair dyes
• Just like these, some other reactions can also occur to few chemicals and food additives, however, if they do not involve in the immune system. It is known as “adverse reactions” rather than “allergy”.
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The Allergic reactions can usually happen instantly within a fraction of seconds on the exposure to an allergen it can result in few of the symptoms:-
• Frequently sneezing.
• Dealing with the issue of a runny or blocked nose (allergic rhinitis).
• Presence of red, itchy, watery eyes(conjunctivitis).
• Issue of wheezing and coughing
• A red, itchy rash(hives).
• Dealing with the wheezing, shortness of breath, chest tightness, and a cough
• Presence of swollen lips, tongue, eyes or face
• Occurrence of stomach ache, feeling sick, vomiting or diarrhea
• Presence of dry, red and cracked skin
• Worsen condition of asthma or eczema symptoms
Few of the allergic reactions are mild, but sometimes a severe reaction known as anaphylaxis or anaphylactic shock can take place. Actually, it is a medical emergency and needs to be treated urgently treatment.
Usually, the symptoms vary based on the symptoms of the particular individual depending on what they are allergic to and under which circumstance you are coming into contact with it. Just check your GP If anyone in your family might have had an allergic reaction to something previously then this can help you in order to determine whether the symptoms are an a result of an allergy or another condition.
Severe allergic reaction (anaphylaxis) involves the following symptoms:-
In exceptional cases, an allergy can lead you to a severe allergic reaction, known as anaphylaxis or anaphylactic shock, which can even be life-threatening.
This allergy can affect your whole body and can occur within minutes of exposure to something you’re allergic to.
Few Signs of anaphylaxis include the following symptoms:
• Sudden swelling of the mouth and throat.
• Facing difficulties while breathing
• Feeling of lightheadedness
• Presence of blue skin or lips
• Sudden collapsing and losing consciousness
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