Whether it is the changing season from summer to winter or winter to summer, runny nose, burning eyes, and chest congestion are common with the changing seasons. This allergy is very bothersome and if not treated immediately it can take a serious form. In such a situation, caution is necessary for protection.
Allergies are caused by the body’s immune system’s reaction to dust mites, pollen, and animal fibers. The resistance to these particles causes the body to release histamine, which rapidly spreads causing the burning symptoms of allergies.
Symptoms of allergies include cold, burning eyes, sore throat, runny or blocked nose, weakness, and fever. If not treated in time, this mild allergy can lead to serious problems like sinus infection, lymph node infection, and asthma.
Know what you are allergic to. Only then can you avoid allergies and if they occur, treatment can also be done. Various tests are done to identify allergies. Allergy skin testing is the most sensitive method of testing, which also gives instant results. When a skin test does not give accurate results, blood tests such as serum-specific LGE antibody testing may also be done.
The best treatment for allergies is to avoid allergenic things as much as possible. Seasonal allergies can affect people of any age, from children, but children between the ages of 6 and 18 are more likely to be affected.
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1. To avoid allergies, the natural fatty acids obtained from flax seeds prove to be very helpful. Avoid fiber-rich foods such as milk, yogurt, processed wheat, and sugar. Ginger, garlic, honey, and basil protect against allergies.
2. Buy hypo allergic bedding if you are allergic to dust mites or thread fibers.
3. Keep the surrounding environment free from dust and pollution.
4. Clean up mold and pollen in damp corners.
5. Use a steam inhaler for relief from blocked nose and sinuses.