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Milk Allergy Symptoms: It Pays to be Aware

Wednesday 10 January 2007 @ 6:31 pm

Water, protein, carbohydrates (also known as lactose), minerals, fats and other substances are the fundamental components that constitute milk. Sensitivity to milk takes place when our body reacts to the protein contents normally present in cow’s milk, casein and whey, treating them as foreign and harmful substances. Milk allergy symptoms and accompanying signs may appear either immediately or several hours after of ingesting cow’s milk.

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Milk Allergy Symptoms: It Pays to be Aware





Allergy Rash: Treatment and Living Comfortably

Wednesday 8 November 2006 @ 11:04 pm

Pathological reactions of the skin to foreign substances is generally termed as an allergy rash.

The most frequently encountered symptoms of skin rashes are:

  • Itchiness, redness and unsightly reddish patches of skin.
  • Scaly and rough patches of skin due to fungal or bacterial infection.
  • Swollen, itchy bumps or patches all over the body.

Skin inflammation characterized by redness, swelling and itchiness in various parts of the body is the most common form of allergy rash. However, even if you manifest the same symptoms that you read here, self-medication is not advisable until after you have consulted a doctor on your allergy rash. The best option is always to seek the advise of a professional so that correct diagnosis and effective treatment can be prescribed.

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Allergy Rash: Treatment and Living Comfortably





Allergy Cough: Resolving and Keeping it Under Control

Friday 8 September 2006 @ 1:26 pm

One of the unique indicators of seasonal changes is a sudden increase in the reported incidences of allergy cough related to season-specific allergens that affect certain individuals. If you unfortunately belong to the select group of allergy-sufferers, you are surely no stranger to the awful and never-ending allergy cough that leaves you gasping for breath. Cough is the most prevalent allergy reaction for which people desperately seek medication.

What triggers this horrifying allergy cough?

Various seasonal and recurring allergens and their specific medication therapy are closely related factors that induce coughing so that the body can rid itself of allergens.

Common causes of allergy cough are:

  • viral infection of the upper respiratory tract
  • nasal and sinus allergy
  • esophageal problems (i.e. GERD) and/or stomach problems
  • environmental irritants

Treatment for allergy cough

Intermittent cough is normally not an indicator of a problem or sickness rather it is a beneficial behavior of the body to rid itself of foreign matters in the nasal and throat passages. However, if coughing continues for more than two weeks and gets worse at nighttime, there is no question that medical attention is absolutely necessary.

Only a doctor can correctly diagnose the cause and appropriate treatment for a cough. Fortunately, we do not have to immediately rush to a doctor since we can also carry out self-medication for coughs simply by drinking water and fruit juices. Drinking plenty of fluid soothes the throat, moistens and loosens the mucus so it can be coughed up easily and painlessly.

Better yet, you can make your own home-made cough syrup by mixing one part lemon juice with two parts honey. This concoction can be used as often as you need and is also effective for children from 1 year old onwards.

There are basically two most common types of cough medicines:

  • expectorants – loosens the mucus to make it easy to cough up.
  • suppressants – controls the cough reflex and is highly effective for dry coughs that keep you awake at night. Keep in mind not to be overzealous and try to suppress a productive cough.

Allergy cough is a very painful and strenuous experience that needs the attention of a doctor before taking any over-the-counter medications on your own to preclude more contraindications.

Allergy cough is preventable the same manner as the seasonal allergies if you exercise proper care, correct medication and staying away from allergens as much as possible.





Allergy Symptom: A Closer Look

Wednesday 30 August 2006 @ 8:18 am

People have different and varied reactions to the same allergy symptom; it can either be benign for some while severely harmful to others. An allergy symptom may be anything that is directly related to allergies. It can be a runny nose, itchy eyes, watery eyes, sneezing, coughing, irritated skin, and the like. There are explicit causes and effects relations that people exhibit with these types of symptoms; being aware of their occurrences and why, can positively lead to educating individuals and medical practitioners on the choice of methods to manage and prevent their recurrence.

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Allergy Symptom: A Closer Look





Allergy Headache Is There Such A Thing

Sunday 6 August 2006 @ 8:29 pm

Some people suffer from headaches for no apparent reason at all. And when they go through these unexplainable headache attacks, they put the potential culpability on allergies. Although it is very likely that causes of headaches can be attributed to poor eyesight, sinusitis, and in extreme cases it may be due to a brain tumor or simply an infection in the nose, throat or ear areas. There is also the remote possibility that it is a symptom of an allergy reaction, however, allergy headaches are the least common of all hypersensitivity reactions on people.

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Allergy Headache Is There Such A Thing