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- Future exposure to the same allergens will cause the reaction to happen again.
- The next time you're exposed to the allergen, your immune system launches an allergic reaction.
- Wherever possible, the most effective way of treating allergies is to avoid all contact with the allergen causing the reaction.
- Gradually your body learns to accept the allergen as the harmless substance it is.
- Your allergic reaction happens when your body's immune system mistakes the allergen for a harmful invader.
- Allergies are caused by the body's immune system reacting to allergens as if they were harmful.
- Eliminate any known allergens such as certain foods, dust, or pet dander from your household.
- During allergy seasons, the local news broadcasts usually tell you what allergens are in the air.
- If allergens in the air are an asthma trigger, pollutants can make the lungs even more sensitive to them.
- In such an enclosed environment, allergens from one food can spread to another.
- Substances that are normally harmless could act as allergens and trigger a reaction in certain people.
- Avoid things that could make symptoms worse, such as air pollution and allergens.
- It is well known that vacuum cleaner bags capture large particles but can emit allergens that are too small to be collected in the bag.
- Once a person is sensitized to an allergen or chemical, he or she may develop asthma.
- First, allergic reactions are caused by allergens, the three most common ones being dust and mites, pollen and nuts.
- The goal is to desensitize you to specific allergens and decrease your need for medications.
- Whether your eczema is due to an irritant, such as detergent, or due to an allergen, such as nickel, care and treatment of your skin is the same.
- If you take away the allergens that were driving it initially, the inflammation is likely to continue.
- Your doctor may take tests to see what allergens are causing the hay fever symptoms.
- The rash usually clears if the allergen is no longer in contact with the skin, but recurs with any slight contact with it again.