Seasonal allergy symptoms are commonly experienced during specific parts of the year, usually during spring, summer or fall when certain trees or grasses pollinate.

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Allergies

Which are the common allergens that causes allergic reactions?

Animal products:
Allergy to cats/dogs/horses etc, fur & dander, cockroach calyx, wook, dust mite excretion

Drugs:
Penincilin, sulfonamides, salicylates (also found naturally in numerous fruits)

Foods:
Celery and celeriac, corn/maize, eggs, fruits, pumpkin, eggplant, legumes (beans; peas; peanuts; soybeans), milk, seafood, sesame, soy, tree nuts (pecans; almonds) wheat

Insect stings:
Bee, wasp, mosquito
Mold spores

Metals:
Nickel, chromium

Others:
Latex, wood

Plants pollens:
Grass (ryegress; timothy-grass), weeds (ragweed; plantago; nettle; sorrel etc), trees (birch; alder; hazel; hornbeam; willow; poplar; ashe juniper etc)

Airborne fungal:
Mushrooms, rusts, smuts, brackets, pullballs

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An allergen is an harmless toxin/substance that induces an abnormal immune response in which the immune system fights off a perceived threat that results in an allergic reaction.

Common allergens can be found in:
Animal products, drugs, foods, insect stings, mold, metals, plants…

Seasonal allergy symptoms are commonly experienced during specific parts of the year, usually during spring, summer or fall when certain trees or grasses pollinate.

A new report “Extreme allergies and Global Warming” have found that many allergy triggers are worsening due to climate change. In the US, 16 states were named as “Allergen Hotspots” for large increases in allergenic tree pollen if global warming pollution keeps increasing. Therefore researchers on this report claimed that global warming is bad news for million of asthmatics in the Unites States whose asthma attacks are triggered by seasonal allergies.

Seasonal allergies are one of the main triggers for asthma, along with colds or flu, cigarette and smoke. In Canada, up to 75% of asthmatics also have seasonal allergies.

Some symptoms that differentiate allergies from a cold include:
– No fever
– Mucous secretions are runny and clear
– Sneezes occurring in rapid sequences
– Itchy throat, ears and nose

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