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Common Allergies You Need to Know

By:   |   Jul 08, 2018   |   Views: 12   |   Comments: 0

Allergies are the body's overreaction to things, which do not typically cause problems to people. You can be sure that you are suffering from allergies if you have watery eyes, runny and stuffy nose, itching, exhaustion, ear fullness, skin rashes and others. To prevent yourself from enduring common allergies, you have to know where your body is sensitive to:

1. Food Allergies - Rank one among the common allergies. Proteins found in eggs, wheat, fish, cow's milk and soy are the most common causes of these diseases, which are normally inherited, are typical to young people. Some people grow out of food allergies, except for those who suffer from peanuts. Unfortunately, they have to survive from them for a long time.

2. Drug Allergies - Are other types of common allergies.  Doctors always have this question before they give medicines to patients: "Do you have allergies on certain types of drugs?" Therefore, every patient must be sure of his or her response. Aspirin, penicillin, into-inflammatory drugs and antibiotics commonly cause allergies. It may lead to swelling, difficulty in breathing, itching and death.

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