If in the spring you first encountered the symptoms of allergic hay fever, do not be alarmed. In the article you will find the recommendations I have collected on the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of pollen allergy.
In general, we do not know much about cabbage and we do not take it seriously as an allergen. The color is green, the taste is not spicy – it means not an allergen. But the proteins of the plant provoke allergies, and they do not depend on taste and color. In general, cabbage is a healthy vegetable, valuable and, unfortunately, allergenic.
Birch pollen is a real horror for allergy sufferers. What to do during birch flowering, what are the symptoms, how to treat them, possible cross-reactions and much more, read the article.
At the end of October, rains nailed the remains of pollen to the ground. But allergy sufferers continue to scratch their nose, the symptoms of atopic dermatitis are aggravated, and someone sneezes and coughs in a warm apartment.
What should pregnant and lactating mothers do during birch flowering, especially those with asthma? What medications to take without hesitation and fear?
Mosquito allergy is an interesting and exciting topic. If only because an allergic person can react not only to mosquito bites, but also to mosquito proteins – allergens that fly everywhere in summer.
Where do allergy sufferers want to go in the spring? The first thing that comes to mind – the United Arab Emirates, Tunisia, Egypt, Greece – and there dates palm grows everywhere, and there is also an allergy to its pollen, like to dates.
Pine for a long time was not considered an allergenic plant. But allergy sufferers “learned” to respond to pine. Read the article about the causes of pine allergies, symptoms and possible treatments.
And lilacs are allergic. Lilacs are pollinated by insects, so there is little pollen in the air. Just do not bring lilac home. I described the causes, symptoms and treatment options. Enjoy reading
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