allergies

TOP 5 UNCOMMON ALLERGIES (PART 2) – SNEEZING FACTS

TOP 5 UNCOMMON ALLERGIES (PART 2) – SNEEZING FACTS

You’re certainly familiar with common allergies like peanuts, pollen, pet dander, eggs, milk and others. However, as we talk about in our post TOP 5 UNCOMMON ALLERGIES, some people are allergic to very specific allergens! Today we’ll talk about a few more examples of them. Semen This extremely rare allergy may cause irritation, itching, painful urination, atopic eczema, hives and swelling in the vaginal area. Sperm allergy may also occur with one partner but not another or it may happen…

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Are Food Allergies The Same As Food Intolerances?

Are Food Allergies The Same As Food Intolerances? – True or False

False Food intolerances aren’t caused by our immune system and they’re far more common that food allergies Food intolerances can cause some of the same symptoms as allergies. However, intolerance symptoms are generally limited to digestive problems caused by sensitivity to food additives, the absence of an enzyme, celiac disease and others. In addition to the gastrointestinal tract, a food allergy can also affect the skin and the respiratory and cardiovascular systems. Just take a look at some examples of…

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How to make a travel allergy-friendly pillowcase

How to make a travel allergy-friendly pillowcase – DIY

Do you have allergies but you’re a travelholic? This post is for you! Today we’ll share with you an amazing DYI video from SewVeryEasy, hosted by Laura A. Coia. To make this kind of pillowcase, you’ll need to buy shield – a fabric that has a barrier built into it to protect you against moisture, dustmites, dander and other allergens. If you want to take a look, click here to see the video and enjoy 🙂 We hope you liked…

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Animals and Asthma

Pet Dander and Asthma – Kick The Trigger

Pet dander is a common trigger of asthma symptoms. Not only cats and dogs but also other animals like rabbits, hamsters and birds can trigger asthma. It can be terrible to find out that your pets are triggers for your asthma. However, there’re ways to prevent asthma attacks and still live with them! What causes pet allergy? Pet allergy is caused by exposure to allergens found in their fur and dead skin flakes. This bad guys can cause allergic reactions…

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