Skin Feels Itchy Shortly After Eating Seafood And Eggs?
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Decreased blood pressure can be due to several things, such as lack of drinking, dehydration, anemia (lack of red blood cells or hemoglobin), or other more serious things such as shock (a condition where blood pressure drops so that the tissue does not get an optimal blood supply). Low blood pressure is not a cause for concern if it does not cause symptoms (weakness, shortness of breath, dizziness, fainting), but if it does cause symptoms, it should be corrected immediately by drinking more, getting enough nutrition, getting enough rest, and regular exercise. For certain conditions such as shock requires special treatment from a doctor.
Allergies are excessive body reactions to something that is considered normal by other people's bodies. If you have a history of allergies, then some of these things must be considered to prevent recurrence and prevent worsening:
1. Avoid exposure to things that trigger your allergy symptoms (this is the main key in preventing symptom recurrence). Allergies do not know how many there are. Even though a food contains only a few sources of allergens (eg eggs, peanuts, shrimp), if the person consuming it has an allergy to it, it will still cause symptoms.
2. Find the source of the allergy. How to find the source of allergies is to remember, take notes, and can be helped by an allergy examination by a doctor. By knowing the source of allergies, you can avoid them.
3. Understand the signs of an allergy recurrence, for example: itching, runny nose and eyes, swelling, to tightness.
4. Take allergy symptom relievers. As soon as you understand the signs of an allergy relapse, you can take medication from a doctor to avoid worsening symptoms.
Allergy is something that can be passed on to the offspring. Not everyone with allergies has allergic offspring as well, but if your partner also has a history of allergies, it will increase the likelihood that allergies will pass to your offspring.
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