- Treatment of Allergy
- Homeopathic Treatment of Allergy
- Acupuncture & Acupressure Treatment of Allergy
- Psychotherapy Treatment of Allergy
- Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Allergy
- Surgical Treatment of Allergy
- Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Allergy Y
- Other Treatment of Allergy
- What is Allergy
- Symptoms of Allergy
- Causes of Allergy
- Risk factors of Allergy
- Complications of Allergy
- Lab Investigations and Diagnosis of Allergy
- Precautions & Prevention of Allergy
Treatment of Allergy
Homeopathic Treatment of Allergy
Homoeopathic treatment is very useful and offers excellent cure for all types of allergies. Many homeopathic physicians suggest that remedies be used as follows: Take one dose and wait for a response. If improvement is seen, continue to wait and let the remedy work. If improvement lags significantly or has clearly stopped, another dose may be taken. The frequency of dosage varies with the condition and the individual. Sometimes a dose may be required several times an hour; other times a dose may be indicated several times a day; and in some situations, one dose per day can be sufficient. Following are some homeopathic medicines for allergy.
- Allium cepa
- Arsenicum album
- Natrum muriaticum
- Nux vomica
- Ferrum phosphoricum
Acupuncture & Acupressure Treatment of Allergy
Acupuncture or acupressure stimulation is given to patient clear of their allergy. It makes your body strong to the substance, where it was weak before. Thus, an allergic reaction should not result upon future contact with that same substance. When this result is obtained, the patient is said to have been ‘cleared’ of his allergy to that substance.
Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy Treatment of Allergy
Psychotherapy and hypnotherapy can be important curing tools in allergy treatment. Psychological problems play an important role in the production and exacerbation of allergic disease. In the treatment of patients with allergic disease, dealing with emotional problems is considered as adjunctive to specific desensitization.
Conventional / Allopathic Treatment of Allergy
Conventional allergy treatment is most commonly directed to block the immune response, or in more severe cases, to suppress the entire immune function with steroids, both topical and systemic. Patients often become dependant on their medication, they suffer from numerous side effects, and more importantly, they worsen their overall health by constantly suppressing their immune system. It provides the symptomatic relief to the patients.
Surgical Treatment of Allergy
Depending on the symptoms associated with the allergy, a surgical treatment is also available.
- Myringotomy : It is used to treat ear infections associated with allergic reactions.
- Endoscopic surgery : It is used to remove nasal polyps or a deviated septum.
- Laser Surgery : It is used to reduce the sizes of the turbinates to alleviate or eliminate the possibility of swelling making it easier to breathe.
Dietary & Herbal Treatment of Allergy
- If you have food allergy eliminate those items from your diet.
- Diet rich in fruits and vegetables,
- Reduce the intake of foods that may stimulate inflammation such as meats, full fat dairy products, sugar, and highly processed foods.
Other Treatment of Allergy
Yoga is a measure that has helped many people with allergies overcome their symptoms and find relief from their sneezing, itchy eyes, scratchy throats and the myriad of other symptoms that go along with seasonal and environmental allergies or any type of allergy that affects the upper respiratory system.
What is Allergy
Allergy is a disorder of the immune system. It occurs when the body’s immune system overreacts to normally harmless substances. Allergy significantly reduces people’s quality of life. It affects not only their personal, but also their professional lives. An allergy is everything from a runny nose, itchy eyes and palate to skin rash. It aggravates the sense of smell, sight, tastes and touch causing irritation, extreme disability and sometimes fatality..
Symptoms of Allergy
There are many different types of allergies and the symptoms can vary according to what the allergen is. Common symptoms of an allergy may include:
- Feeling of warmth
- Flushing, tingling in the mouth
- Wheezing, coughing and shortness of breath
- Attacks of sneezing or a runny nose
- Itchy and watery eyes
- Stomach or uterine cramps,
- Vomiting and diarrhea.
- Blocked nose and sinus pain.
- Red rashes or inflamed skin
Causes of Allergy
- Immune system mistakes the known allergens as a serious threat
- Atmospheric pollution
- Hereditary factor
Risk factors of Allergy
Factors that can increase your risk for developing allergies include the following:
- Homes with cigarette smoke
- Bottle-fed Children
- Babies born during high-pollen seasons
- Premature babies
- Genetic Factor
Complications of Allergy
Allergies often occur along with other problems, such as:
- Raised blood pressure,
- Swelling, and Breathing difficulties.
- Nosebleeds from allergy symptoms or allergy medication
- Inflammation of sinuses.
- Ear problems especially in young children.
- Upper respiratory infections
- Sleep disturbances from a stuffy nose that requires mouth breathing.
- Skin infections from scratching itchy skin.
Diagnosis of Allergy
There are number of tests that can detect Allergy on the basis of symptoms. The most common form of testing for respiratory allergies is skin testing, most often the “scratch test”. This test includes putting a small amount of a possible allergen on the skin of the arm or back, then scratching or pricking the skin so the substance inters the body. The patient is then observed for a reaction to that substance, such as redness or swelling. Multiple possible allergens can be tested at one time.
Precautions & Prevention of Allergy
There are some simple things you can do to prevent allergies at home, work school, outside and when you travel.
At Home – House dust mites, animal dander and mold exposure should be controlled
At Work – You should talk to your health care provider or pharmacist about how you can prevent allergies at your specific workplace.
Traveling –. Keep your car windows closed when traveling. Shower after spending time outside to wash away pollen that collects on your skin and hair.
At School – Encourage your child to wash his/her hands after playing outside. There should be treatment options to help a child manage his/her symptoms during the school day.
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