Knowing Exactly What Causes Allergies?
I do have parents who have allergies. From childhood until I was 22 years old I was allergic. Allergies appear reddish on the skin accompanied by slight swelling and itching very much, when it appears it feels tight. Really itchy. From childhood until now my parents and I believe, I’m allergic to certain foods and drinks that have high levels of preservatives or petsin as well. Anyway, food. Finally I u0026amp; Old people avoid me food and drink. And quite significantly reduce the frequency of my allergies. But these days my allergies recur with frequent frequency, and most appear from late evening. Most nights before bed. Is it really because of food? I am suspicious because of cloth or clothes like that … Because after I take off my clothes it feels just like that and doesn’t itch anymore even though it still appears reddish in other skin spots, but I doubt so, am I because of food or fabric? Or both. thank you
Allergic reactions occur when the body overreacts to something that is considered harmful to the body, when in fact it is not dangerous. Allergic reactions that appear on the skin in the form of reddish wounds are itchy called urticaria / biduran.
Allergic reactions can be triggered due to various factors, including food, drugs, dust, mites, pollen, insect bites, changes in temperature, water quality, chemicals, and animal dander. When a person is exposed to allergen triggers, the body will consider it a threat and the body produces IgE antibodies. IgE triggers the release of histamine which causes allergy symptoms as you experience it.
To ensure that the allergen is triggered, it is important that the patient pays attention or records whenever an allergy appears, after eating what, or after contacting what. In addition, if needed, the doctor can do an allergy test to help confirm the trigger for the allergy. A person can be allergic to more than 1 type of allergen. Management of allergies is with antihistamines and corticosteroids if necessary. If the allergy is severe to shortness of breath and decreased awareness, epinephrine injection is needed by a doctor. But more important is to prevent recurrence of allergies.
If allergies recur very often, I suggest that you see a doctor directly so that further tests can be done and so you can get more optimal treatment.
In the meantime you can do the following tips:
Note whenever allergies occur and identify the originator Avoid allergy triggers Use calamin lotion to reduce itching Keep your body clean More often replace bed linen and toiletries Try a dust-free room Hopefully it can help you,