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Skin Allergy
Skin Allergy

Eczema is the most common skin condition, especially in children. It affects one in five infants but only around one in fifty adults. It is now thought to be due to “leakiness” of the skin barrier, which causes it to dry out and become prone to irritation and inflammation by many environmental factors. Also, some people with eczema have a food sensitivity which can make eczema symptoms worse.

Dust Allergy
Dust Allergy

House dust mite allergy is very common and is associated with asthma, eczema and allergic rhinitis. A significant amount of exposure to house dust mite allergen happens in the bed, so taking precautions in the bedroom by using allergy-proof covers on bedding, and washing bedding regularly, can help. However, remember that dust mite allergen is found in all rooms of the house, on the floor and in soft furnishings, not just in the bedroom.

Food Allergy
Food Allergy

The best treatment of food allergies is to stay away from foods and drinks that contain the allergen. It is important to read all of the labels on food packages and be wary of cross-contamination of foods. Your child’s doctor may prescribe epinephrine for severe anaphylactic reactions.

eye allergy
eye allergy

Eye allergies, specifically allergic conjunctivitis, can be extremely annoying and uncomfortable, and they may disrupt your day-to-day activities, but they usually do not harm your eyes. However, there are rare conditions that are associated with atopic dermatitis (eczema) and other diseases can cause inflammation that may affect the eyesight.

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What Is Allergic Asthma?

If you have allergic asthma, your airways are hypersensitive to the allergens to which you’ve become sensitized. Once these allergens get into your airways, your immune system overreacts. The muscles around your airways tighten (an effect called bronchospasm). The airways themselves become inflamed and flooded with thick mucus. Whether you have allergic asthma or nonallergic asthma, the symptoms of asthma are generally the same and may include any or all of the following:

  •     Coughing
  •     Wheezing
  •     Shortness of breath
  •     Rapid breathing
  •     Tightening of the chest




Allergic to the class room

Thousands of children could face health implications after returning back to school, due to their school environment. Certain floor coverings and soft furnishings within schools can harbour dust mites and other ‘indoor allergens’, exacerbating asthma, rhinitis and eczema symptoms, which are a huge worry for parents with children with respiratory and skin allergies and can have a detrimental effect on their child’s education.

What causes them?

A food allergy is caused when your immune system mistakenly treats harmless proteins as a threat to your health. It affects you very quickly after eating or being exposed to a trigger food.

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