Causes And Treats Cold Allergies?
I want to ask, is there really an allergy because of the cold? And what are its characteristics? I just moved to a boarding house in the peak area, it has been raining for 2 days at the peak every morning making the temperature colder, and I am itchy but if I warm myself by using a thick jacket and blanket and wearing socks, the rain has stopped the itching itches are gone. Could it be a cold allergy? Because where I lived before wasn’t this cold
Allergies are an overreaction of the immune system due to exposure to allergens (allergy-causing substances), exposure to these allergens itself will not cause complaints in normal people. The following are various things that generally trigger allergies:
Food, especially seafood or nuts Animal hair Dirt Dust Flower powder Insect bites Cold or hot air Medicines, especially antibiotics and painkillers etc. Allergic responses can cause a variety of symptoms from mild (itching, skin redness, etc.) ) to severe (shortness of breath, loss of consciousness, shock). If you only experience these complaints when you are exposed to cold air, it is likely that you do have a cold air allergy.
In this regard, you should check with your doctor to determine the cause of the complaint and get treatment according to your conditions and needs. In addition to doctor's treatment, you can also do some of the following suggestions to overcome your complaints:
Avoid conditions that can trigger complaints Use thick warm clothing such as wool as a prevention Practice a healthy lifestyle and exercise You can take antihistamines such as chlorpheniramine (be careful causing drowsiness) to help reduce complaints, immediately consult a doctor if complaints persist or worsen Here's an article related to your question:
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