What you need to know about allergies

In Kenya, allergies are a common issue, especially in cities like Nairobi. These allergies are caused by foreign substances, known as allergens, that are typically not harmful to the body. Allergens can include certain foods, pollen, or pet dander. The immune system’s job is to protect the body by fighting harmful pathogens, but in people with allergies, it perceives the allergen as a threat and attacks it, resulting in symptoms such as inflammation, sneezing, and more.

There are several treatments available for allergies, including natural remedies, medication, and preventive measures. However, it is important to consult a doctor for a proper diagnosis, which may include a blood test. It’s also important to note that allergies can lead to complications such as asthma, cold, cough, bronchitis, and even babies can be affected by allergies.

When it comes to product delivery, it is important to be aware of potential allergens and take necessary precautions to ensure safe and efficient delivery. In summary, allergies are a common issue in Kenya, with Nairobi being particularly affected. Proper diagnosis, treatment, and preventive measures can help manage symptoms, and also it’s important to be aware of potential allergens while doing product delivery.

Symptoms of Allergies

  1. Swelling: Allergic reactions can cause swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or throat. This can make it difficult to breathe and can be a sign of a severe allergic reaction.
  2. Hives: Hives are red, itchy bumps that appear on the skin. They can be a symptom of an allergic reaction to food, medicine, or other allergens.
  3. Nausea: Allergies can cause upset stomach and nausea. This can be caused by ingesting an allergen or by certain allergens that can cause an allergic reaction in the stomach.
  4. Fatigue: Allergies can cause fatigue as a symptom. This can be caused by the body’s response to allergens, such as the release of histamine, which can lead to drowsiness.
  5. Congestion: Allergies can cause nasal congestion and a stuffy nose. This can be caused by the inflammation of the nasal passages and sinuses, which can lead to difficulty breathing.
  6. Runny nose: Allergies can cause a runny nose. This can be caused by the inflammation of the nasal passages and sinuses, which can lead to excessive production of mucus.
  7. Swollen eyes: Allergies can cause swollen, itchy eyes. This can be caused by the inflammation of the eyes and the release of histamine.
  8. Breathing difficulties: Allergies can cause breathing difficulties, especially in severe allergies. This can be caused by the inflammation of the airways, which can lead to constriction and difficulty breathing.
  9. Lightheadedness: Allergies can cause lightheadedness or dizziness. This can be caused by the body’s response to allergens, such as the release of histamine, which can lead to low blood pressure.
  10. Loss of consciousness: In severe cases, allergies can cause anaphylaxis, a life-threatening emergency that can lead to breathing difficulties, lightheadedness, and loss of consciousness. This type of reaction requires immediate medical attention.

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