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Allergic Rhinitis - Food Labels Food labels usually list all the ingredients in any given food - that's why it's important to read the labels. If you see one of your food allergens listed, don't eat the food. The problem, though, is that a food protein can have more than one name.
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In this article we're going to discuss how allergies are commonly diagnosed using a variety of methods.
The first thing that is important as far as getting your allergies diagnosed is to know, or at least suspect if you might have allergies. This isn't always easy because in many cases, depending on the type of allergies you have, they may very well have the same symptoms as the common cold. Normally, the difference between the two is that with a cold, symptoms include fever, coughing, post nasal drip with a bad smell and or taste, yellow or green mucus from the nose or throat, sore throat, headache, and finally most colds clear up in 7 to 10 days.
With allergies, symptoms include sneezing, itchy eyes, ears, nose and throat, nasal congestion, runny nose, and clear mucus from the nose and throat. Then there are other conditions that can be present such as asthma, eczema and food allergies. For some people, the symptoms are seasonal, meaning that they may be perfectly okay in the winter and fall but feel like garbage come spring and summer depending on what they're allergic to. Then there are some people who are allergic all year round because their allergies are mostly of the indoor variety.
The easiest way to get your allergies diagnosed is to go to an allergist and have him give you an allergy test. Actually, to be more accurate, they are a series of tests. Allergy tests can be given in a variety of ways but the most common and most effective is the progressive series.
In these tests what the doctor does is set up a number of vials. Each vial contains a specific allergen. There are outdoor allergy vials and indoor allergy vials. The outdoor vials are trees, grass, weeds, plants, pollen, and outdoor mold. The indoor vials are indoor mold, dust, pet hair, feathers, and cockroaches.
The procedure is simple. The doctor, or assistant takes each vial and injects a small amount of serum from each vial into the patient, starting with the smallest amount possible. If there is no reaction from any of the vials then the doctor increases the dosage by a small percentage. Once a reaction occurs, that vial is marked at the dosage that caused the reaction. This process is continued until the max dosage is given for each vial or a reaction occurs for each vial, whichever comes first. After it is determined what allergens, if any, the patient is allergic to, the doctor then makes a serum based on the test results should the patient decide to proceed with allergy shots to treat the allergies. Otherwise, the doctor will prescribe a medication to take based on the allergies the patient has.
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As always, before you attempt to self medicate or try a new health regimen or program we suggest you retain the services of a qualified health care professional.
Choosing pets for kids with allergies
I love dogs. My partner loves dogs. My kids love dogs. Trouble is, dogs don't love my kids - at least not when it comes to allergies. So if you've set your heart on getting a dog, but you or your family have allergy problems is there anything you can do about it?
Well, you can start by looking at breeds that are supposedly better for allergy sufferers. Wheaten Terriers, Beagles, Portuguese Water Dogs are some of the most popular. Or the new "hybrid" breeds - Labradoodles, Spoodles and the like.
We went as far as going to a rescue centre, carefully choosing the right kind of dog after several visits, starting to sign on the dotted line, when suddenly our elder daughter began reacting.
The problem is that even then, nothing is guaranteed. She became itchy, her face swelled up - and there were of course buckets of tears when we realised that we couldn't take the dog after all.
The thing is, it's not just a dog's coat that's the problem. It's also the saliva. So you have to worry about a dog licking you as well as stroking it. No displays of affection, in other words. Which rather negates a lot of the point of getting a dog in the first place.
So is all lost when it comes to dogs? Not necessarily. We had both our girls tested for allergies and both were confirmed as allergic to dogs. But these things can change over time. People can both develop and lose allergies over time, seemingly for no rhyme or reason. Ditto asthma and eczema - they're all related.
I had asthma as a kid, but none now. I never had eczema as a child, but in my late twenties and thirties I got it quite badly. Now, in my early forties, I no longer suffer from it. My elder daughter used to have a latex allergy. Not now. She now swells up if she eats chicken. She never used to. My partner had bad hay fever all her life - until a couple of years ago. And so on.
It can be the same with pet allergies. If you're not sure, get you or your family tested. Then try testing again in a few years time. There are also things you can do to lessen the impact of allergies, such as washing the dog frequently. But that's only worthwhile if the dog is already there - it's not a great idea to introduce a new dog to an allergic household on that basis. Besides, the dog is unlikely to be too keen on being bathed. And however often you clean or groom it, there's no such thing as an allergen free dog.
Incidentally, both our kids came out in the tests as allergic to cats. This we already knew about, and was less of an issue, as we'd all prefer to get a dog. Cat allergies tend to be more common, and often more severe as well. And also, many experts say, less likely to go away over time. So bad luck if cats are your bag - it's not a good idea to introduce a cat to a home with allergic kids.
While we're hoping our kids' dog allergies will improve over time, we still wanted to get a pet. But practically all pets can set off allergies - rabbits, guinea pigs, mice, all of them. So always expose all members of your household to them before taking them home, just in case. Snakes and lizards are ok - but plenty of people aren't too happy with the concept of a snake or lizard in the house.
Then there are goldfish. Goldfish you're pretty safe with. But goldfish you'll probably get pretty bored with too. They're not easy to take for walks for one thing.
In the end, we settled on hamsters. The kids had already handled the school hamster without any problems, so we knew we were on safe ground. So now we're the proud owners of three girl hamsters. (I do, do hope they are all females - three is more than enough.)
One day we may be able to get a dog. But right now, we're happy, the kids are happy, and their allergies aren't being set off all the time by their pets. And that's the main thing.
As well as supporting one partner, two kids and three hamsters, Peter Wise is a freelance advertising copywriter, website copywriter and SEO copywriter based in London, UK. He also writes direct mail, brochures, newsletter articles and press releases. If you're looking for a freelance copywriter, please call +44 (0) 7767 687524 or visit http://ideaswise.com/
Some nutritionists estimate that up to 75% of all people have undiagnosed food allergies. They may not be allergies in the way that we commonly think of them - that is, we may not sneeze or get a rash, or go into anaphylactic shock. But they are allergies all the same, if these foods provoke a negative immune response in the body. A good example is lactose intolerance - sometimes called a 'milk allergy'. People with lactose intolerance cannot digest one of the sugars that milk contains, and milk is harmful to their bodies. They might get a stomach ache, or they might develop a problem with phlegm in the lungs, windpipe or throat. Many people have a similar allergy to wheat or other grains, or to certain vegetables.
But what does this have to do with weight loss?
When you eat foods that you are allergic to, they aren't metabolized properly, and your body will hold onto the calories in these foods for longer, according to one theory. Also, some nutritionists feel that there is a correlation between your food allergies and the foods that you crave or binge on. Often, they are the same foods. In fact, if you eat the foods that you are allergic to, you can develop an addiction to them. Apparently, this is often the case with wheat and other carbohydrates. Apparently, there are some people who are addicted to carbohydrates and sugar - if they eat just a little bit of these foods, they will lose control, and start to eat more and more. To make matters worse, these foods are not metabolized properly by those people, so the natural result is weight gain.
In most cases like this, the underlying cause may be an allergy to wheat and other grains. If you decide to eliminate these foods entirely, it will initially be difficult - just as it's difficult for a smoker to stop smoking, or for an alcoholic to stop drinking. Once you do it, though, you will be able to reap the benefits. You will lose your urge to binge on these and other foods, and the weight will come off much faster.
If you are trying to lose weight, therefore, it is well worth your while to find out what your food allergies are, if indeed you have any. A naturopath will be able to help you discover this information, often using a process called 'vega testing'. This may be a little costly, but as more people are doing it, the cost is coming down. At the end of the the visit, the naturopath will give you a printout of the foods you should avoid. You may be dismayed to find that some of your 'favorites' are on the list - but if you are committed to your health and weight loss, give it a try. You may be surprised by how little you actually miss the foods you are allergic to once they are gone from your diet altogether.
Some people are skeptical about this process and about the whole notion that so many people are allergic to common foods. Why would so many people have this disorder? It may seem strange - even counter-intuitive. Think about the great variety of foods we eat today, though. In the past, people generally stayed in the same part of the world in which they were born, and they ate the food that was indigenous to that region. Nowadays, that's all but impossible. For one thing, people move around a lot more. Also, food doesn't come from the region you live in - it comes from everywhere. Every food is available to everyone all the time, and that's very different from what it was like in the past. Therefore, there's a much greater potential for food allergies, because there are probably foods that you eat that your ancestors never would have seen. As a result, you may not have the necessary enzymes to digest them.
You could, of course, try to eat as your ancestors did. For many of us, though our ancestors came from a variety of places, and there's no telling which set of genetics were passed on to us. Allergy testing, on the other hand, is individual, and may well give you the answers you need.
Authored by Michael Bens. For more great information on weight loss, diets, nutrition, and living a great healthy life style visit Gabae Weight Loss
How To Help Your Dog With Food Allergies
Because every dog is unique, it's sometimes very difficult to determine what causes food-related allergies and what doesn't. Common pet food culprits include wheat, corn and soy. Various proteins also create their share of problems in certain dogs. I was shocked to learn that some dogs are allergic to chicken, while I know from first-hand experience that my Jack Russell Terrier Lucy used to be allergic to beef. Here's an approach worth trying if your dog is exessively itching and scratching.
If excessive itching and scratching are the problems, that may simply be the lack of Omega 3,6 and 9 fatty acids in your dog's diet that's making their skin and coat dry. Winter indoor heating may also be exacerbating the condition. Adding simple food additives to your dog's food may be the key without switching diets. Supplements like Mrs. Allen's Shed Stop, Flaxseed Oil, Pet Botanics Skin & Coat supplement, Royal Coat from Ark Naturals or Health & Shine from Dr. Harvey's are all viable solutions for supplementing your dog's diet with the needed Omegas that dog's and cats need to lubricate their skin and coats.
Excessive and compulsive foot licking, or chewing and biting other parts of the body, are generally a sign that allergies are to blame.
Assuming it's food allergies and not environmental, many vets and pet nutritionists recommend substituting a protein source that your dog doesn't normally eat. Lamb is often used for this purpose, because it's not as common a dog food ingredient. Lamb, in and of itself, is not "non-allergic", but it's less common than chicken and beef so it enables you to introduce something new into your dog's diet, in effect, starting with a clean slate.
Some vets sell expensive "allergy free formulas" but there are ways to figure this out on your own and a lot less expensively. Increasingly, pet owners who have dogs with food allergies are feeding various pet food mixes like Dr. Harvey's, Solid Gold Holistique Blendz or The Honest Kitchen's FORCE formula, which is grain free, or Sojourner Farms' new grain free Europa formula.
Mixes, while a bit more work, allow you to more closely control what your dog is eating by beginning with a good "base" that contains the proper nutrients and vitamins especially formulated for dogs. Then, you can experiment by introducing your own protein sources (whether raw or cooked) and seeing how your dog reacts over the next few days.
Because The Honest Kitchen FORCE Formula is grain free but chicken-based, I would stick to the Dr. Harveys or the Europa which have no protein or grain sources. The Solid Gold Holistique Blendz formula is also a good choice but that already contains fish protein. Because fish-based protein is an unlikely protein source for your dog to begin with, it's unlikely that it will cause allergy problems now -- same theory with the lamb or any other uncommon protein like venison or buffalo or rabbit. If later you find that chicken is ok, I would give The Honest Kitchen FORCE Formula a second look, too.
Beginning with one of these neutral, grain-free formulas, try adding chicken for a week. If that goes well, than your dog is probably ok with chicken. Then try beef. Then lamb. Try, fish, too. If that goes well, than it was probably one or more of the grains.
Now a picture is starting to form. Your dog's allergies have improved with a grain free diet that includes certain proteins.
As we mentioned before, the point of introducing a different protein source to test your dog's tolerance is because if your dog is suffering some type of food-related reaction, common sense tells you it's something she's already eating. Can't be having reactions to something she never had yet, right?
Please note that when switching a dog's food, do it gradually over 5 to 6 days. Begin a 4 to 1 ration, old to new food, than 3 to 2 on day 2, than half and half on day 3, than 2 to 3 on day 4 and 1 to 4 on day 5. Day six, you're switched over completely. Than the real allergy testing can begin in earnest by sticking with the new protein source for a week and than introducing a new one every week taking note of your dog's reaction or, hopefully, lack of one.
As you've probably figured out by now, there's no one answer or "Silver Bullet" that will miraculously solve all your dog's allergy problems overnight. You have to break the cycle by moving your dog to a neutral, grain-free food and begin experimenting with different proteins. Once you find a protein or combination of proteins that work, try slowly introducing grain formulas back into the diet to see if there's a reaction or not. Using this gradual, common sense method combined with a good quality dog food should have your dog on the road to a happy, itch-free life.
Gene Sower is the publisher of the DOG BYTES newsletter and owner of http://www.naturalpetsworld.com, a site devoted to offering a huge selection of natural pet foods at discount prices.
Allergies - Causes & Prevention
Allergies are caused by allergens which contain protein, which is found in all living organisms, and it is this protein which causes allergies. If your body reacts to a substance in an adverse way then you are said to be allergic to that substance.Four of the most common allergies are; dust mites, nuts, pollen and animal (pet).
An allergic reaction happens when you come in contact with an allergen through your skin, the lining of your lungs, mouth, gullet, stomach or intestines. Allergic reactions can cause a range of symptoms, some mild, some serious and very occasionally fatal.
If the allergen is airborne then the allergic reaction will occur in the eyes, nose & lungs. If the allergen is swallowed, the allergic reaction will occur in the mouth, stomach & intestines. When in contact with an allergen your body produces chemicals (antibodies) to fight off the allergen. Sometimes enough chemicals are released to cause a reaction throughout the body such as hives, decreased blood pressure, shock or loss of consciousness. This severe type of reaction is known as anaphylaxis or anaphylactic shock which may be life threatening.
In the US 20% of adults and children suffer from allergies. In the UK approx 1 in 4 people suffer from allergies at some point in their lives. In Australia there has been a dramatic increase in allergies recently with an estimated 40% now suffering from some form of allergy.
The best & easiest way to prevent allergies is to avoid contact with the allergen - the substance which triggers your allergy. There are many OTC (over the counter) treatment for allergies the most common being:
These treat allergies by blocking the action of the chemical histamine, which is a chemical released by the body when in contact with the allergen. Antihistamines can be taken in pill, cream or liquid form. You can also take eye or nasal drops.
Relieve symptoms of allergies such as blocked noses, often caused by hay fever, dust & pet allergies. They can be taken as pills, capsules, liquid form or nasal spray.
Nasal Sprays & Eye drops; these help relieve symptoms of allergies such as sore itchy eyes & irritation & swelling of the nose. Some treatments are only suitable for adults so check before purchasing remedies for children
People who suffer from allergies of a specific type are usually prone to allergies from various other substances. These substances, called allergens, range from common indoor household substances like dust particles, mold and mildew, pet dander, chemical emissions from cleaning agents, to biological organisms found in carpeting and furnishings. Outdoor allergens can be pollen, dust and smog from pollution and noxious vapors, insect stings. Common foods which cause allergies are milk, fish, eggs and nuts. Although most allergic reactions are not life threatening, some can cause the patient's blood pressure to plummet or a severe inability to breathe and thus can be fatal. Allergies cannot be cured but they can be treated. There are various types of allergies, some of which have been explained below.
Respiratory Allergies: Common symptoms of hay fever include itchy eyes, nose and throat, along with nasal congestions, coughing bouts and sneezing fits. Hay fever can be caused by a number of allergens including a variety of pollens, all spread by the wind, molds, dust, animal dander. Allergies caused by mold can be from spores in the air, especially found in warm climate or in damp environments like bathrooms and basements. These offending agents like pollen, spores, dust mites, irritating fibers from upholstery and carpets are carried by the air which we inhale. Skin allergies: These can arise from a reaction to foods, pollen, drugs, insect stings, cold, heat, light and even emotional stress. Symptoms include eruption of hives or urticaria, where the skin erupts into red, itchy, swollen welts that can last from a few minutes to a few days. One may also develop Angioedema, in which there is a deeper swelling around the eyes and lips and sometimes in the hands and feet as well.
Food allergies: Commonly found in infants under two, it is sometimes hard to tell the exact substance that sets off the allergic reaction, as the reaction may be delayed, caused by food additives or maybe due to eating habits. Common offenders are cow's milk, egg whites, peanuts, wheat, soybeans, berries, shellfish, corn and beans. Symptoms manifest themselves as stomach cramps, diarrhea, and nausea. There may be vomiting, swelling of the face and tongue, and respiratory congestion, as well as dizziness, sweating, and faintness.Asthma: An allergy is one of the most common causes for asthma. Asthma can be caused by respiratory viruses, pollen allergies, mold, animal dander and dust. An allergy can cause the irritation, swelling and inflammation of the air passages, which causes asthma.
Drug allergies: If you're allergic to some drug, it's likely to be from antibiotics of the penicillin family. Antibiotics are the cause of most drug allergies, especially those containing sulfa drugs. Insect sting allergies: Poison found in the stings of bees, wasps, hornets, yellow jackets, and fire ants is a common allergen.
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Over 300 years ago Anton van Leeuwenhoek, the inventor of the microscope, discovered the existence of dust mites. These small spider-like creatures are invisible to the naked eye, but they can be found all over your house. The problem with these pesky little critters is that, after pollen, they are the biggest cause of allergic reactions in humans. In this article, we'll look at how using a Dyson vacuum cleaner can help people who suffer from dust mite allergies.
The next question is simply, once we suspect that we do suffer from allergies, how do we determine what kinds of allergies we are suffering from?
Dust mites feed on the dead skin cells that we shed every day as we walk around, so dust mites basically live where we do. Because they also like "warm", humid places, the places we spend the most of our time like beds, sofas and armchairs are their most furtive feeding grounds. As an example, a typical mattress can have anywhere between 100,000 to 10 million dust mites living inside!
If our skin comes into contact with dust mite droppings, this can trigger an allergic reaction and lead to itchy red bumps on the skin. If someone breathes in dust containing these droppings, they can experience more serious symptoms such as shortness of breath or even, in extreme cases, an asthma attack. Some experts even believe that exposure to the mites in the first, crucial year of life can trigger a lifelong allergy. So dust mite control can be especially important if you have a newborn baby.
Research has shown that taking people with allergies out of an environment with a high incidence of mites can alleviate their symptoms. Some asthmatics can also benefit hugely from being removed from high-mite environments. So how can a Dyson vacuum cleaner help?
A Dyson can help you effectively control/reduce dust mite levels. Most conventional vacuums are "inefficient". They lose suction because the filters and bags become clogged. This is bad because they often end up just throwing up the dust mites into the air, rather than actually hoovering them up! This can make your allergy worse! But Dyson's patented Cyclone technology has been designed to prevent the loss of suction that traditional vacuum cleaners suffer from, so you can be sure that the Dyson is always delivering maximum power and extracting those pesky dust mites from your home.
Dust mites can also escape from the dust bags used by traditional vacuums. So all of the hard work you put into vacuuming them up could be wasted. Everyone has heard of Dyson's bagless vacuum technology. But apart from saving you money in the long run (which helps to offset and justify the initial cost), it enables you to dispose of the dust mites right after you've hoovered them up.
But isn't this all just a load of marketing hype, I hear you ask? Well, maybe to a certain extent, but the Dyson design is based on sound engineering principles. So much so that Dyson successfully defended their patents when Hoover tried to copy their technology. And the British Allergy Foundation - an independent charity organization - has awarded its coveted Seal of Approval to most of the Dyson range (DC07, DC08, DC11, DC12, DC14 and DC15).
The bottom line is, if you are at all concerned about dust mite allergies, you should definitely look into buying a new Dyson vacuum cleaner.
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