feb 20, 2014

What can I do about this allergy?

Although the winds of the season have started and high temperatures continue, specialist have pointed out that "rough changes bring the increase and propagation of respiratory allergies"

That is why we recommend “do not self-medicate and always consult your doctor” to begin a treatment. Also, some advice to avoid the annoying symptoms of the disease like sneezing, nasal congestion, cough, tearing and of the affliction, asthma attacks.

With the weather changes, the organism reacts to foreign bodies that tend to invade it, such as dust, mites, fungus and pollen, among others allergens. Allergies can also be brought on by plants, insects or domestic animals, and even certain foods or medicines.

  • Always clean the spaces in your home like the bedroom, living room and kitchen.
  • Change your bed linens 2 to 3 times a week.
  • If you are allergic keep in mind that if you keep animals you should ask your doctor if this could be the cause.
  • Do not cover your children excessively, to keep them from perspiring and then risk catching a cold.
  • Avoid crowds and visiting poorly ventilated places.
  • Take enough fluids and healthy foods, avoid eating artificial foods especially those with dye.
  • Do not take antibiotics or medications without a medical prescription.