Allergies (Basics)

  • January 13, 2018

    What Should You Know About Latex Allergy?

    Latex is a natural substance found in many products including rubber gloves, condoms, and medical devices. In some people, products containing latex may trigger an allergic reaction. Although it is still not clear what latex allergy is caused by, some doctors believe that frequent contacts with latex and rubber may...

  • December 21, 2017

    Antihistamines and Decongestants to Treat Allergy Symptoms

    Medications that are commonly used for the treatment of allergic symptoms do not actually cure your allergy. However, they can really help to alleviate the symptoms like a runny or congested nose.   How Do Antihistamines Work?   An allergic reaction in your body is caused by the release of...

  • December 20, 2017

    How to Deal with Allergy Symptoms When Traveling?

      Allergies can greatly interfere with your quality of life, and they cause even more discomfort when you are travelling. You might have regular business trips, or you just go to visit your grandparents once in a while. Whatever your reason for travelling is, you need to plan ahead and...

  • December 17, 2017

    Can You Protect Yourself from Unexpected Allergy Attacks?

      Allergy symptoms may often occur out of nowhere, without any obvious cause. But in fact, there are thousands of allergenic particles present in the environment around you, whether you are outside or at home. Such particles are normally harmless, but if you have an allergy, they can make your...

  • December 16, 2017

    7 Tips to Help You Reduce Allergies at Home

      If you have allergies, you know how difficult it may be to avoid the triggers around you. While you are able to limit your exposure to outdoor triggers, fighting with indoor allergies may be even more challenging. Besides, there are various habits typical for many of us that may...

  • December 14, 2017

    Natural Remedies for Allergies

      The pharmaceutical market offers a lot of various medications for the treatment of allergy. However, there are many reasons why you may not want to take allergy drugs: you may be worried about their potential side effects or you may be tired of using nose sprays all the time....

  • December 10, 2017

    Is It Possible to Avoid Allergies at the Workplace?

      If you have an allergy, you are likely to be familiar with all those annoying symptoms that affect you all day long, whether you are at home or at work. Allergies make working difficult in many ways. For instance, you may experience the side effects of allergy medicines you...

  • December 10, 2017

    Diet as a Treatment for Your Allergies

      Some of the most common symptoms of seasonal allergies are sneezes and itches, and they can become a really annoying problem. There is a natural way to try to control those nasty allergy symptoms. Fruits and vegetables are an alternative solution for many health issues, including allergies. By changing...

  • December 9, 2017

    Gardening with Allergies

      Sneezing, watery and itchy eyes, scratchy throat, stuffy head – all these symptoms sound very familiar to people with allergies who love gardening. Your garden is a great source of allergens such as pollen, so it is difficult to avoid allergies, if you want to keep gardening as a...

  • December 8, 2017

    What Is Postnasal Drip and How Do You Treat It?

      Every day, your organism produces mucus – a thick and sticky fluid that plays an important role in your body and acts by moisturizing and protecting the passages of digestive and respiratory systems. It is produced by glands in the lining tissues of your nose, throat, airways, stomach and...

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