This is an increased sensitivity to certain environmental substances (allergen), manifested by various signs of damage to the skin, mucous membranes of the eyes, nose, upper respiratory tract, lower respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract and other organs.
Allergies affect about a third of the world’s population. About 30-40% of children have some form of allergy. Patients all over the planet spend about 12 billion dollars annually on the purchase of anti allergic drugs alone, despite this the prevalence of allergic diseases has doubled over the past 20 years.
Such a rapid increase in the incidence of allergies is associated with many factors:
- the deterioration of the general ecological situation on the planet;
- changing the nature of food, lifestyle;
- the emergence of new allergens;
- poor climate inside living and working premises;
Allergic diseases are inherited. The hereditary mechanisms of allergy predisposition are complex. It is not a specific disease that is inherited, but the mechanism for the development of allergies.
Whether a child with a predisposition to allergies will get sick, and what kind of disease, will depend on the child’s living conditions, the nature of his diet and many other various factors.
Allergy is a disease of civilization.
Do you have any of the following symptoms:
- Nasal congestion
- Itching in the nasal cavity
- Frequent sneezing
- Itchy eyelids
- Sensation of “sand” in the eyes
- Redness of the eyes
- Itchy ears
- Sore throat, cough
- Episodes of shortness of breath and choking
- Itchy skin rash that occurs from an early age
- Swelling of the eyelids, lips.
The most powerful weapon in the fight against any disease is understanding the problem.
The essence of why some people have allergies, while others do not, lies in the peculiarities of each person’s immune system.
Each person is individual, each has a specific course of the disease, which is extremely important for the choice of treatment tactics.
When prescribing a set of treatment measures, your doctor should warn you about the possible side effects of drugs or injected allergens, and minimize the inconvenience associated with treatment. And also tell in detail about the causes of the disease and the dangers and benefits of treatment. Shilajit
There are three main methods of treating allergic diseases in the world today:
- stopping or decreasing contact with an allergen or irritant
- drug use
- allergen specific immunotherapy (ASIT).
An allergist will tell you about all these methods, as well as methods for diagnosing allergic diseases, hardening, playing sports, vocational guidance.
Treatment of allergic diseases is carried out according to international standards.
Only through common efforts (doctor-patient) can you achieve good results.
Forewarned is forearmed.