Allergies

“If you are not ready to alter your way of life, you cannot begin to heal.” – Hippocrates (460-377 B.C). You will find here information, articles and books addressing the positive holistic approach to Allergies.

Allergies

End Your Allergy Suffering For Good!

Some people develop allergies as a child. Others suddenly develop an allergy later in adulthood, often to something that has never bothered them at all before. Allergies affect almost a third of the population. Some types of allergies are much more common than others, but a person can be allergic to just about anything.

Allergies can be environmental, such as dust, pollen, or grass. People can also be allergic to pets, medications, and even food. Allergies can range from mild to severe. A person can have one mild allergy to only one allergen, or a very severe allergy to only one allergen. It’s also possible to have very mild allergies to many different things, or very severe allergies to many allergens.

The most common food allergies include peanuts, tree nuts, such as walnuts, and shellfish. Dust, mold, animals, and pollen are the most common environmental allergies, and penicillin is the most common drug allergy. Bee stings are also a common allergy, and for people with bee sting allergies, a single sting can be life-threatening.

Symptoms of allergies range from annoying to life-threatening. The most common symptoms of allergies are runny nose, dry, itchy, or watery eyes, skin rash, and sneezing. Allergies can cause headaches, and are a potential cause of frequent sinus infections. In severe cases, allergies can cause a person to break out into hives, which are swollen, raised, itchy and burning areas on the skin. Hives also appear during anaphylaxis, which is the worst case that can occur with an allergic reaction. In anaphylaxis, the throat tissues and tongue become swollen rapidly and prevent swallowing and air flow. If the airway becomes obstructed, heart arrhythmias occur, or blood pressure drops too low, anaphylaxis can be life threatening.

The most effective way to reduce allergy problems is to avoid the allergens that bother you. Avoidance can be difficult when you’re allergic to the family pet, during springtime when pollen is flying through the air everywhere, or when you’re suddenly stung by a bee without warning.

People with allergies to peanuts must take great precautions when eating anything new, to be sure it doesn’t contain nuts. Peanut allergies can be so severe and dangerous that many products that contain them have clearly printed labels warning consumers that the product contains nuts.

While a few people have to face the unfortunate possibility that they could have a severe allergic reaction, many, many more find themselves dealing with headaches, runny noses, sneezing, and uncomfortable, itchy eyes for months out of every year, or even all year long. If you suffer from awful allergy symptoms, commit to taking a holistic approach towards reducing your sensitivity and your symptoms. There are many natural treatment methods that claim to be highly effective in reducing the symptoms associated with allergies, and you could find a method that works for you!

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