When our immune system detects any foreign agent or allergens as potential harm- such as parasites or bacteria present in the environment, it triggers the formation of Immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies. These antibodies, in turn, generate chemical histamine to prevent the infection from spreading in the body. This abrupt behavior is then visible in the form of symptoms like sneezing, runny nose, nausea, coughing, vomiting, hay fever, etc as well. Some common allergens that can create these symptoms include dust mites, pollen, soy, milk, seafood, mold, etc. The immune system carries out all these tasks by creating an immunological memory. In many scenarios, you can develop the sensitivity to agents that may have had no effect on you earlier. Why? As our immune system may take time to remember the allergen for which it is not reacting now. Then over time, it develops sensitivity to this allergen and starts triggering antibodies to neutralize its effects. This process is known as sensitization. So, if you let your kids play in the mud, or keep pets, don’t follow an extreme hygienic regimen- you are doing great. With previous exposure to the allergens present in the environment, they become more immune to deal with most of the known allergies in the future. In fact, this is the number one reason why developing countries have a low rate of asthma and allergy cases.
For more details please contact us at 9783653245.
|Tags:||#Best Wheat Allergy Treatment Clinic in Chandigarh, # Wheat Allergy Treatment Clinic in Lucknow, # Wheat Allergy Treatment Clinic in Punjab, # Wheat Allergy Treatment Clinic in West Delhi|