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October 29, 2020
By: Lorien Strydom
An allergy is when your immune system reacts to a foreign substance, called an allergen. It could be something you eat, inhale into your lungs, inject into your body, or touch. This reaction could cause coughing, sneezing, itchy eyes, a runny nose, and a scratchy throat.
There is no cure for allergies. You can manage allergies with prevention and treatment. More Americans than ever say they manage allergies. It is among the country’s most common, but overlooked diseases.
In severe cases, it can cause rashes, hives, low blood pressure, breathing trouble, asthma attacks, and even death. Here are a few interesting facts about allergies.
Types of indoor and outdoor allergies include sinus swelling, seasonal and returning allergies, hay fever, and nasal allergies. Many people with allergies often have more than one type of allergy. The most common indoor/outdoor allergy triggers are tree, grass and weed pollen, mold spores, dust mites, cockroaches, and cat, dog, and rodent dander.
Immunotherapy (allergy shots) helps reduce hay fever symptoms in about 85 percent of people with allergic rhinitis.
Allergic rhinitis, often called hay fever1 affects 6.1 million of the children population and 20 million of the adult population.
In 2015, white children were more likely to have hay fever than African-American children.
The same triggers for indoor/outdoor allergies also often cause eye allergies.
Skin allergies include skin inflammation, eczema, hives, chronic hives, and contact allergies. Plants like poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac are the most common skin hypersensitivity type 4(not histamine related) triggers. But skin contact with cockroaches and dust mites, certain foods, or latex may also cause skin allergy symptoms(Histamine mediated).
Children have food allergies more often than adults. Eight foods cause most food allergy reactions. They are milk, soy, eggs, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish.
BHealthy Honey Immune Support is an excellent source of intact honey activities plus herbal food supplements to naturally boost immune systems. It supports a healthy immune system and contains ingredients such as echinacea, turmeric, fennel, and black seed.
The addition of Self-heal to the BHealthy Immune Support offers an extra boost to help the body fight off viral and bacterial infections. Self-heal can help balance the immune function and lower the risk of upper respiratory infections and can reduce chronic inflammation and seasonal allergies. Consuming Self-heal regularly can help reduce symptoms of seasonal allergy.
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