Suddenly this is great discomfort in the body. Tired body with continuous sneezing. Never tickle the nose again. Shortness of breath as the night progresses. Cleaning the house or office again. Sneezing started suddenly, then shortness of breath. Or he smelled the flower with all his heart, the red wheel spots awoke in his body. Shrimp, hilsa, eggplant, cow’s milk, and eggs are itching to eat a little too much.
All of these are well-known allergy symptoms.
Why are allergies?
The simple answer is that our body is always trying to resist harmful substances. Many times the body tries to resist even thinking that it is harmful. An abnormal reaction of the body is called an allergy. In other words, every human body has an immune system. If there is any disturbance in this system for any reason then allergy manifests itself. The disease can range from sneezing to food and drug reactions. In some cases, allergies cause slight discomfort. Again, in some cases, it makes life miserable.
Symptoms of allergic colds include constant sneezing, an itchy nose, runny nose, nasal congestion, and watery eyes.
Asthma – Symptoms include cough, wheezing with frequent breathing, difficulty breathing in and out, shortness of breath, and chest discomfort.
Urticaria – Reddish swollen spots on the skin, itching of the hands, feet, feet, deep inside the skin can cause swelling of the hands and feet. Irritation and pain on the skin and the skin becomes dry and rough, small granules are formed on the skin, the skin is cracked, and the skin of the skin is raised.
Eczema – Hereditary dermatitis – skin becomes dry, itchy, red spots form on the skin, skin breaks down.
Blood tests: To see if there are high levels of eosinophils in the blood.
Skin prick test: The patient’s skin is tested with different allergens.
Patch test: This test is also done on the skin of the patient.
Chest X-ray: Chest X-ray should be done before treatment of asthma.
The best way to deal with allergies is to avoid potential allergens. Then it is easy to get rid of allergies. But it is not true that allergies go away completely. Medications can also be applied for allergies. Along with medicines, vaccines are also one of the best ways to keep allergy sufferers healthy.