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Allergies, treatment and causes

allergies treatment and causes

Do you suffer from allergies?

This article looks at Allergies, their treatment and causes. Allergies affect may people, more than 1 in 4 suffer from allergies at some point in their lives. Children are more prone to allergies, although symptoms usually go away as the child gets older.

You can experience allergies to things that you were not previously allergic to. Everyday activities can be affected by allergies, but the effects are usually mild and can be controlled with medication.

You may occasionally get a serious reaction ,if this happens, medical attention should be sought.

Ask your Pharmacist for advise on allergy treatment.

You should consult a doctor if you get a severe reaction.

 

Allergies treatment and causes, Common allergies.

  • You may get Hay fever,caused by grass and tree pollen. This can be treated with antihistamines
  • Dust mites are another common allergen.Take medication for dust mite allergies. Such as Benadryl allergy relief tablets.
  • Are you working with animals? Animal dander, that is tiny flakes of skin from animals can also cause a reaction. for example some people are allergic to cats.
  • Doctors say. Food allergies are common particularly with nuts, eggs and cows milk.
  • Is there any mold in your home? You can breathe in Small particles of mold.

 

Allergy symptoms

Suffering from hay fever?

Do you have pet allergies such as wheezing and watery eyes?

Allergic skin rashes a problem?

You have a runny or blocked nose?

Wheezing and coughing?

Red and itchy eyes?

Getting help for allergies

Ask your Pharmacist for advise on allergy treatment.

You should consult a doctor if you get a severe reaction.

See our full allergy treatment range here.

 

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