How To Deal With Itching Due To Allergies That Have Been 1 Year?
Good morning..u003cbr /u003eDoc, I’m a 21-year-old woman.u003cbr /u003 Since I was little I have a seafood allergy, if the allergy appears it feels hot, itchy and red bumps all over the body to the face. as soon as I went to junior high school my allergies were cured. but at the beginning of high school grade 1 my allergies recurred. but I’m confused what makes my allergies recur again. because I never eat seafood and eat fishy foods. Even though I eat vegetables every day. I thought I was allergic to sweat or dust, but when I took a shower, the red bumps grew even more. I also suspect that I am allergic to air conditioning, because after I noticed that when I was in grade 1 in high school, my boarding house used AC, so when I moved to a boarding house that used a fan, my allergy was cured. and now I’m working, my office uses air conditioning, my allergies recur again. Finally I always take medicine every 2 days.u003cbr /u003eMy question is, is there really an AC allergy? and is it okay for me to take medicine every 2 days? I have been taking allergy medicine for the past 1 year.
itching is one of the clear signs of an allergic process, where the body is triggered to release histamine and cause a series of symptoms such as itching, redness, and even a burning sensation like stinging. It is important to know that allergies can come from many sources such as:
consumption of food (especially seafood), certain drinks, consumption of certain drugs, allergies to ingredients in the surrounding air such as dust and dirt, allergies to use of cosmetics or other skin products, allergies to air that is too cold or air that is too hot, infections, especially by fungi, insect bites. someone to find out the cause of his allergy because allergies can not be cured, only the cause can be avoided. Even if you want to be cured, you have to go through the desensitization stage, by exposing materials that are suspected to be the cause of a person's allergies. Also try to adjust the room temperature so that it is not too cold until symptoms appear. Here we attach an article about cold allergies. Hope it is useful.
dr. N. K. Arief