1. The actions that must be undertaken by the patient to begin treatment:
2. Pharmacological therapy
A very important aspect of overcoming allergic conditions is the education of the patient in regards to lifestyle choices because the elimination of contact with allergens affects the severity of his condition.
Allergy is the term used to define the immunological sensitivity of an individual towards an allergen (an irritating substance which causes allergies).
The allergic reaction is caused by the allergen or the so called antigen, which in the majority of cases is a protein, or at times a carbohydrate, or even rare chemicals with low molecular weights. New allergens can be observed to be emerging in the world nowadays.
Tests to conduct when one is allergic are full blood workup (elevated eosinophilia), functional pulmonary tests, rhinomanometry, radiological examinations, etc.
Allergy is the term used to define the immunological sensitivity of an individual towards an allergen (an irritating substance which causes allergies). This may come as a consequence of the inhalation of allergens or consuming food which may contain allergens.
Treatment of allergies includes actions to be undertaken by the patients (washable furniture, shut windows, etc.) and pharmacological therapy. The actions that must be undertaken by the patient to begin treatment like; they must wash their pillow each month, must not have plants indoors, or any domestic animals, etc.
Common questions on allergies include what occurs during a reaction, which tests to take, etc.
Symptoms of an allergic reaction usually develop within a few minutes of being exposed to something you're allergic to, although occasionally they can develop gradually over a few hours. Some symptoms include; sneezing, runny nose, teary eyes, coughing, etc.