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6 hours ago Learn more about common allergy triggers and what happens in the body during an allergic reaction. What Causes Allergies? Medically Reviewed …

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8 hours ago An allergic reaction causes inflammation and irritation. However, the specific symptoms will depend on the type of allergen. For example, allergic reactions may occur in the gut, skin, sinuses

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8 hours ago Pollen. Seasonal allergic rhinitis, or hay fever, is an allergic response to pollen. It causes inflammation and swelling of the lining of your nose and of the protective tissue of your eyes (conjunctiva). Symptoms include sneezing, congestion (feeling stuffy), and itchy, watery eyes, nose and mouth. Treatment options include over-the-counter

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8 hours ago In allergy, however, this response is magnified, and your repeat exposures cause recurrent overreactions of the immune system. This produces an allergic response that may include sneezing, coughing, sniffling and congestion or increased asthma symptoms. IgE antibodies are custom made for each type of allergen.

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9 hours ago What causes allergies: The round-up. Allergies are caused by allergens, and they can be found in some foods, airborne particles, drugs, animal dander, etc. Allergy symptoms are easy to manage with

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9 hours ago May cause allergies from heat or sweat. So if the body gets hot or sweaty after working hard, stay in a ventilated place and wear loose clothing. Colds can also cause allergies. In that case, refrain from getting wet in the rain and bathing in the pond. Kusum hot water can be used during bathing. Someone may be allergic to certain metals.

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3 hours ago Nickel. It's used to make everything from jewelry to belts to eyeglass frames to paper clips -- and it's the leading cause of skin allergies. You're most likely to be at risk for a reaction if you

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Just Now Insect Allergy. Bees, wasps, hornets, yellow jackets and fire ants are the most common stinging insects that cause an allergic reaction. Non-stinging insects can also cause allergic reactions. The most common are cockroaches and the insect-like dust mite. Allergies to these two insects may be the most common cause of year-round allergy and asthma.

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Just Now Pollen allergy symptoms. Pollen allergy symptoms most often include: nasal congestion. sinus pressure, which may cause facial pain. runny nose. itchy, watery eyes. sore throat. cough. swollen

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4 hours ago Allergic reactions begin in your immune system. When a harmless substance such as dust, mold, or pollen is encountered by a person who is allergic to that substance, the immune system may over react by producing antibodies that "attack" the allergen. The can cause wheezing, itching, runny nose, watery or itchy eyes, and other symptoms.

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4 hours ago Yes, allergies can cause nausea. Specifically, nausea can result from food allergies. A food allergy occurs just like any other allergy- the body detects the presence of foreign material and releases antibodies to counter the foreign material. The release of histamine then causes the symptoms of food allergies.

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3 hours ago Airborne contact dermatitis can cause a rash on the face, neck, and eyelids Dr. Brar says. Contact dermatitis is common, according to the …

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1 hours ago In fact, according to an earlier review published in 2011, contact allergies—which can cause redness, itching, welts, rashes, and/or hives after touching an …

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8 hours ago Allergy symptoms differ depending on the type of allergy and body part involved. For example, food allergies may cause different symptoms than nasal allergies or eye allergies. The severity of symptoms may also vary, ranging from mild irritation to a life-threatening reaction called anaphylaxis.

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5 hours ago This is often the result of irritation and inflammation in the airways that develop as part of the immune response to an allergen. Some of the common triggers that may cause an allergy cough

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5 hours ago Histamine causes sneezing and the increased mucus production in the nasal cavity and airways that leads to runny nose, postnasal drip and cough. Why Allergy Is Selective. Some people are allergic to lots of things. Some people are allergic to only one or to very few things. Learn more about why allergy is selective.

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6 hours ago Weed pollen, especially ragweed, causes allergy symptoms for many Americans. About 15% of people are allergic to ragweed pollen. 2. Weed pollen appears in the late summer and fall. Ragweed grows in 49 states and can travel hundreds of …

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the most common causes of allergies?

  • Swelling of the tongue, mouth or face
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Low blood pressure
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Hives
  • Itchy rash

How to stop allergies and find relief fast?

  • Dietary changes. A low-fat diet high in complex carbohydrates, such as beans, whole grains, and vegetables may reduce allergy reactions.
  • Bioflavonoids. These plant-based chemicals found in citrus fruits and blackcurrants may act as natural antihistamines. ...
  • Supplements. ...
  • Acupuncture. ...

What are home remedies for allergies?

Home remedies for allergies — including symptoms like congested sinuses, headaches, and watery or itchy eyes — include using frankincense essential oil, eucalyptus oil and quercetin. Below you’ll learn about nine amazing, all-natural home remedies for allergies that can help provide fast allergy relief.

What to do when you have an allergic reaction?

  • Topical corticosteroid creams or tablets. Corticosteroids contain steroids that reduce inflammation and itching. ...
  • Moisturizing creams. Emollient creams with soothing ingredients, such as calamine can treat skin reactions.
  • Bite or sting medication. ...
  • Ice pack. ...

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