Allergy reaction symptoms
2. Runny or blocked nose.
3. Chest tightness and shortness of breath and cough.
4. Scratchy or sore throat.
5. Watery eyes.
6. Swollen lips and tongue.
7. Itchy or red rash.
10. Nausea and vomiting.
Types of allergy
1. Food allergy
Most of the common type of allergy is a food allergy and almost everyone in the world experiences once in their life. Almost 45 million people in America have an allergy to different types. America based research has shown that food allergy is estimated to affect 4% to 7% of children and almost 5% of adults. There is a different type of food allergy such as :
1. Milk allergy.
2. Casein allergy.
3. Egg allergy.
4. Wheat allergy.
5. Nuts allergy.
6. Fish allergy.
7. Soy allergy.
8. Shellfish allergy.
2. Skin allergy
Some times skin allergy can attack the human body’s immunity system badly. Skin rashes can be caused by many things such as certain plants, allergic reactions to medicine or food. The result is red and itchiness or itchy rash where the substance landed. Something touches your skin(allergic) can increase allergy chances. Urticaria which is known as hives is an outbreak of swollen, red bumps, patches and welts on the skin that appears suddenly when the allergies occur.
3. Insect sting allergy
The most insect stings in the USA come from a bee, wasps, yellow jackets, hornets and also honeybees. The black fire ant now insects more than 250 million acres in South America, where it has become a significant health hazard and also number one agent of insect stings. The chances of insect stings in the USA are 0.5% to 0.9% in children and 4% in adults.
Almost 95 deaths per year result from an insect sting. The insect sting allergy can cause a large area of swelling or edema in the sting site, itching or hives all in the body, cough and chest tightness, anaphylaxis.
4. Drug allergy
Normally drug allergy is an overreact to a particular or excessive medication. With a medicinal allergic reaction, the human body’s immune system which fights infection and disease reacts to the medicinal drug. Drug allergy can cause itchy skin, hives, rash, facial swelling and also wheezing.
5. Eye allergy
1-2 million people experience eye allergy every year in America. Nothing is more irritating than the feeling of itchy, red and irritated allergic eyes. Conjunctivitis is also one of the common types of eye conditions in people. Eye allergy has many symptoms such as itchiness, redness in the eyes, burning eyes and watery eyes.
6. Dust allergy
Dust allergy is one of the common allergies in the function of allergy. The dust mite is very tiny in size that can barely be seen in the open eyes. Dust allergy can trigger asthma and cause eczema to flare. The symptoms are very common with other allergies such as sneezing, ruby nose, wheezing, itchiness in the eyes, chest tightness and coughing.
7. Animal allergy
People also experience different types of animal allergy such as dog allergy, cat allergy. Pet allergy is the overreact of protein which is found only in animals’ skin cells, saliva and urine. Here are the allergy reaction symptoms of animal or pet such as, itchiness, runny nose, fever, and sneezing.
8. Pollen allergy
The pollen allergy is known as hey fever in people. Researchers usually refer to pollen allergy as seasonal allergic rhinitis. Pollen allergy has many symptoms such as itchy skin, runny nose, itchy eyes and wheezing.
Most of the pollens that cause the allergic reactions come from trees, weeds, and grasses which makes small size of pollen grains that pass through the wind. Grasses are one of the common cause of pollen allergy.
9. Genetic allergy
The chances to develop a genetic or hereditary allergy can be very normal. Basically, it passes through genes in human bodies from parents to their babies. But people can allergy if no family member is allergic and the person who is allergic to one thing, are likely to be allergic to another thing.
America based research has shown that boys have a high chance to develop allergic diseases than girls, but some particular diseases such as asthma are likely to be affected more in girls than boys.
Diagnosis of allergy reaction symptoms
Allergies are very common in people. Millions of people in America experience this allergy problem. The death rate is very rare in America. Almost 95-100 deaths result per a year because of allergy. If any person is experiencing all the symptoms of allergy then he/she should seek medical treatment.
Home remedies for allergy reaction symptoms
One of the most irritating diseases is an allergic disease. Some home remedies and natural remedies can help to decrease the chances of allergy and can provide relief for the allergy. Here are the methods to get rid of the allergy such as ;
1. Apply some ice cubes
A cooling agent help to minimize the allergy reaction symptoms. Ice cubes stop the irritation and help to give relaxation from the allergy irritation. 15 – 20 minutes applying ice cubes can help to get rid of the allergy irritation.
2. Aloe vera prevents allergy reaction symptoms
Natural aloe vera is one the best ingredient to apply it in the allergy sensation. The aloe vera gel contains a high amount of medicinal properties such as antibacterial, antiviral, inflammatory which protects the affected area from bacteria and germs. Aloe vera may prevent the irritation of allergy which is a very beneficial quality of the aloe vera plant.
3. Apply a curd paste
Curd contain a high amount of good bacteria which helps to kill the bad bacteria in our stomach. Doctors suggest much time that people with an allergy should consume probiotics in their diet which are very beneficial to treat an allergy patient fast and curd is full of probiotics or friendly bacteria.
4. Honey reduces allergy reaction symptoms
During an allergy disease there is a high chance of bacterial or fungal infection and it is very important to take care of the allergy patient. Honey is full of medicinal properties such as anti-fungal, anti-bacterial properties which helps to prevent the allergy symptoms. A person with an allergy can apply in the affected area and also can consume the honey to treat an allergy fast.
5. Apply a decent lotion
A decent and soothing lotion is very important during the allergy irritation. Healthy lotion may help to prevent the itchiness and irritation of the allergy. You can apply it after storing it into a refrigerator and cold lotion may give you the better result.
6. Apply a turmeric paste
Anti-inflammatory turmeric paste with a spoon of lemon juice can help to stop the irritation of the allergy fast. From the very ancient age, people used to apply and consume turmeric in their different disease such as fever, wound, infection, allergy because turmeric is an antibiotic which helps to treat an allergy fast.
7. Stay hygienic
Most of the allergy occurs because of staying in an unhygienic environment. In an unhygienic environment bacteria and fungus became stronger and it attacks people very easily. Eating healthy, wearing health cloths and keeping outside the person hygienic is very important.
8. Apply peppermint oil
It is very important to reduce the itchiness and irritation of the area and peppermint contains menthol which can help to treat the allergy very fast. Essential oil is very helpful to treat an allergy.
9. Oatmeal paste
The oatmeal paste with some honey can minimize the allergy reaction symptoms very fast. Oat is very good for the skin because oats contain anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties which can be a very good moisturizer for an allergy.
How an allergy reaction symptoms goes away
The allergy reaction symptoms can be very serious many times and it can go away on its own or automatically. But a person is experiencing all the symptoms with a serious condition then the person should seek medical treatment immediately.
So seek medical treatment in the right situation. Otherwise it can be worse with time.
The allergy can increase infection in the area. A doctor may guide the best to the person with an allergy. At the very first the doctor may order some medical tests such as blood tests or urine tests to know the condition of the allergy and the patient.