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According to statistics, nearly 20% of Americans suffer from allergies. It is an abnormal response of your immune system to a harmless substance like animal dander, food, or pollen. Anything can be a triggering factor for an allergic reaction. The signs can range from mild to severe and life threatening. Here are the top 5 allergy triggers.
Pollen from grass, trees, and weeds can result in seasonal allergies or hay fever. Some of the signs are runny nose, sneezing, nasal congestion, and watery eyes. You can prevent these signs by staying indoors on breezy days when the pollen count is high. Run the air conditioner and close the windows.
Proteins secreted by the oil glands of animal skin can also cause allergic reactions. The allergy takes two or more years to develop. The symptoms do not reduce until months after being away from the animal. We know you love your pets, but you can make your bedroom a pet-free area. Wash your pet regularly and avoid the use of carpets. Install a HEPA filter or vacuum your room frequently. Allergy shots can also be of great help.
Dust mites are the microscopic animals that live in the dust. They survive in high humidity and feed on the dead skin of pets and people. You can prevent dust mite allergies by washing your pillows, covering mattresses, hypoallergenic pillows, and washing sheets in hot water. Keep the house free of stuffed animals, carpet, and curtains as they collect dust very easily.
Insect stings can have serious and severe life-threatening reactions. Symptoms can include breathing difficulty, throat infections, swelling around the face, itchy rash or hives. Allergy shots are recommended to prevent further complications.
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