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Allergy is an abnormal reaction of the immune system, an over defensive response initiated by the body to substances that are harmless under normal conditions, such as pollen, animal dandruff, or food. Here are a few common allergens that can appear anywhere or even on your mattress.
Pollen in trees, flowers and weeds can cause pollen fever or seasonal allergy. You may have symptoms like sneezing, runny nose, nasal obstruction, itching, lacrimation, etc. The treatment includes taking prescription drugs and injecting allergic vaccines. Staying indoors on windy days with high pollen content, closing windows and turning on air conditioners can effectively reduce the risk of allergies.
Proteins secreted by skin oil gland of animals and found in saliva can cause anaphylaxis to some people. Allergies may take two or more years to develop, and the symptoms may not be removed in a few months after these people leave the animals. If your pet can cause allergies, make sure your pet is not allowed in your bedroom, and bathe your pet often. Use vacuum cleaners to clean your house can effectively reduce indoor animal dandruff and reduce the risk of anaphylaxis.
Dust mites are microbes that live in indoor dust. They grow in high humidity environments, in dead skins of people or pets, as well as in pollen, bacteria and fungi. Cleaning sheets with hot water every week and cleaning plush animal toys, curtains and carpets in time can effectively reduce dust mites. In addition, you can also use memory foam pillows and memory foam mattresses, pillows and mattresses made of this material can effectively inhibit the breeding of dust mites and bacteria, bringing you a clean and healthy sleep environment.
Anaphylaxis caused by insect bites may be serious or even life-threatening. Symptoms include excessive swelling, nausea, fatigue, and low fever after the bite for a week or more. In rare cases, insect bites trigger severe anaphylaxis, including dyspnea, swelling of the face, throat and mouth, tachycardia, pruritus or urticaria, dizziness or sharp drop in blood pressure. If your reaction is serious, you should inject epinephrine in time after being bitten. Allergic vaccines are also recommended to prevent certain bites from reactions.
The mould can also be used as an allergen, in some cases, as a potential toxic substance. Inhaling or exposure to mold or mold spores may cause anaphylaxis to some people. There are many kinds of mould. They all need to grow in a wet environment. Mould can be found in areas such as wet basements and bathrooms and grasslands and coverings. Try to avoid activities which can cause anaphylaxis such as sweeping leaves. And avoid wet and ventilated places at home.
Milk, seafood, eggs and nuts are common allergic foods. Anaphylaxis usually occur within a few minutes of eating these prohibited food. Symptoms include dyspnea, vomiting, diarrhea, and swelling of the mouth. Avoid all food that can cause your allergy in your life. If you accidentally contact these allergens, you need to inject epinephrine in a timely manner.