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An allergy is an eruption of the immune system to a substance that is safe to generally individuals. Be that as it may in somebody with a hypersensitivity, the body's immune system treats the substance (called an allergen) as an intruder and responds improperly, bringing about side effects that could be anyplace from irritating to potentially unsafe to the individual.

An allergy alludes to an exaggerated response by our safe framework according to substantial contact with certain outside substances. It is exaggerated in light of the fact that these remote substances are normally seen by the body as harmless and no reaction happens in non- allergic individuals. Allergic individuals' bodies distinguish the outside substance and one part of the immune system is turned on. Allergy-generating substances are called "allergens." Examples of allergens incorporate dusts, dust vermin, molds, danders, and foods.

You need to learn how allergy relates to the immune system. You need to begin understanding how and why certain people become allergic. The most common allergic diseases are discussed here.

Causes of Allergies :

  • The underlying driver of numerous allergies is really your unique immune system.
  • The point when the immune system mounts an ambush on certain proteins in certain nourishments.
  • Your immune system mistakes the known allergens as a genuine danger and attacks them - the consequence is an allergy that can make you languish over forever and a day

Types of Allergies

  • Allergic rhinitis, also known as hay fever.
  • Hives (Urticaria)
  • Poison Ivy and Plant Allergies.
  • Cosmetic Allergies
  • Drug Allergies
  • Pet Allergies.
  • Food Allergy
  • Milk Allergy