Allergies

What factors contributes to an allergy to develop?

Family history
Family history

When both parents are suffering from allergies, the risk of a child being allergic is very high. For a child who’s either one of the parents suffer from an allergy, the risk is expected to get lessen. Family history plays a vital role to suspect inheritable diseases.

Diet and lifestyle
Diet and lifestyle

Lifestyle and diet play a prominent role in maintaining overall health. Usage of color additives like cochineal and carmine dye can trigger allergies. Processed foods and adulterated packaged products can also raise risk of increasing an allergy.

Weak immune system
Weak immune system

Children and pregnant women are more likely to develop the chances of developing an allergy than any other individual. Crash diets and prolonged fasting are also few reasons which contribute and help protects against different foreign agents.

Global warming
Global warming

Abnormal temperature rise and drops and fluctuating rainfall spells alleviates the number of weeds that help in producing allergic pollen grains. Wind-blown dust carries these pollen grains to newer places, and also results in affecting more people.

Antibiotics exposure
Antibiotics exposure

Children especially at an early age who are undergoing treatment with antibiotics, are susceptible to be allergic later in their lives.

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