What Are Allergies?
The immune system protects us from harmful elements such as viruses and bacteria. An allergy is a strong immune response to an element that is not harmful to many people. This factor is called ‘allergy’.
Children with allergies have a more immune system that responds to the attacking allergen and treats it, resulting in symptoms that are both mild and severe.
Food allergies are more common in childhood allergy disorders. Many people have a low tolerance for food. Intolerance to food is an unpleasant symptom, starting with the same food item. It does not involve the immune system. Many children with allergies develop asthma.
Types Of Allergies:
Common airborne or air allergies:
- Outline of fungi, dust mites, pollen, particles from animal fur, and red bags.
- Dust particles
- These small insects are found in warm, humid, and sandy places of your home. These eat dead skin cells. Their waste is a major cause of allergies and asthma.
- Pollen of flowers and plants
- Pet dander, the pet’s dead skin cells
- Common food allergens:
- Sketches of eggs, nuts, shellfish, fish, and milk
- Common food allergens include:
- Tree fruits such as hazelnuts, walnuts, almonds, and cashews
- Cow’s milk is the most important food allergen.
- Fish, crustaceans, mollusks are common food allergens.
Even small amounts of these foods can cause anaphylaxis in children with allergic reactions. If you are allergic to any dish, ask your cook or host about this dish.
Other Common Allergens:
- Insect stings
- Chemical drugs
- Allergy symptoms:
- Allergy symptoms vary from child to child. Where water lives. It can also vary in the severity and type of allergy.
- Allergy symptoms vary, as follows;
- Difficulty breathing
- Irritation, itching or itching in the eyes
- Conjunctivitis (red swollen eyes)
- Hives (raised red itchy boils)
- Itching in the nose, mouth, throat, skin and other parts
- Runny nose
- Reddening of the skin
- Swelling around the mouth and throat
Airborne allergies most commonly cause sneezing, itchy nose and throat, stuffy nose, red and itchy eyes, and cough. Some children have wheezing and difficulty breathing.
Food Allergens And Insect Bites:
A child’s reaction to a food allergy or insect bite depends on how sensitive the child is to that food or insect.
Itching in the mouth and throat when eating food.
- Rise like a hive.
- Eczema-like rash.
- Itching and runny nose.
- Difficulty breathing.
- Swelling around the mouth and throat.
- Going into shock.
The allergen can come into contact with your skin or through your breath or into your body when your body detects the allergen. So it refers to the immune system, which produces antibodies, called immunoglobulin E and IgE. These antibodies cause some cells in the body to produce chemicals called histamines. These histamines float in the body’s blood to defend against invading allergens.
Your child’s allergic reaction depends on which part of his body is affected by the allergen. Most allergies affect children’s eyes, nose, throat, lungs, or skin.
Some allergies are very severe and life-threatening, including food allergies. If the allergy is very severe, your child may go into anaphylaxis within seconds of being exposed to the allergen.
Your child should avoid foods that he is allergic to. Some children may develop their allergies. Some children avoid this antidote all their lives. Avoiding food allergies can be a difficult process. Some children unknowingly eat the food they are allergic to. Here is information about this allergy. They should be careful about the food that causes the reaction.