Allergies occur when the immune system identifies a substance producing an allergic reaction that does not provoke a reaction in other people. The immune system produces substances called antibodies that detect when a substance or allergen may be harmful by producing inflammation. The most common allergies are hay fever, eczema, food and drug allergies.
Allergies, stemming from an overactive immune response, manifest as reactions to common substances like pollen, pet dander, foods, and insect stings. Both genetic factors and environmental exposures contribute to susceptibility, resulting in a spectrum of symptoms ranging from mild discomfort to severe manifestations, emphasizing the diverse nature of allergic responses
The best way to prevent is to avoid direct contact with allergy-causing substances such as dust, pollen, dander or pet hairs, food or medications.
Chronic allergies often present symptoms that can develop into asthma, anaphylactic shock to life-threatening consequences; in some cases the symptoms can be mild to moderate.
Treatment depends on the severity of symptoms and the type of allergy.
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