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Some common allergic reactions and regularly noted food sensitivities

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A food sensitivity is a bad reaction to a food that is otherwise safe to eat.

How to handle hay fever when pollen counts are high

Hay fever sufferers are being warned to watch out by experts, as the pollen count increases with the improving weather.

Taking note of the prevalent symptoms associated with food intolerance

A food intolerance is a bad reaction to a food, but without involving the immune system.

How to handle hay fever when pollen counts are high

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Hay fever sufferers are being warned to watch out as the pollen count increases with the improving weather.

Know the difference between hay fever and Covid-19 symptoms

As hay fever season begins, the Irish Pharmacy Union (IPU) has issued advice on recognising the difference in symptoms between hay fever and Covid-19.

Affording due attention to impact of allergies on the human body

In recent times, the Athlone Advertiser chatted with Joyce Clegg, Managing Director of The Allergy Clinic in the Galway Clinic, pertaining to matters allergies and their impact on the human body and surrounding environment.

Deciphering the symptoms of both hay fever and COVID-19

As hay fever seasons begins in earnest, the Irish Pharmacy Union (IPU) has issued advice on recognising the difference in symptoms between hay fever and COVID-19.

Specsavers experts reveal how to handle hay fever symptoms during lockdown

While most of us look forward to the arrival of warmer weather, for allergy sufferers this can be a tricky time of year – and being in lockdown does not mean they are less susceptible.

HAY FEVER AND MICRO-IMMUNOTHERAPY (A NEW AND NATURAL APPROACH)

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Hay fever (acute seasonal allergic rhinitis) is the most common type of allergy. Symptoms include itchy red eyes also known as allergic conjunctivitis, watery discharge from the nose and eyes, sneezing, fatigue, headache and nervous irritability. It can mimic the symptoms of common cold and affects 30% of the population worldwide. Post nasal drip of mucus can lead to a cough, and nose bleed in severe cases. Tree and grass pollen is the usual cause of hay fever in spring and summer-time but perennial allergic rhinitis can be caused by some or all of the following: animal hair, dust, feathers, fungus, spores and moulds the symptoms of which can stay with you in any part of the year. Some of us are born to be allergic from birth it occurs in both males and females and anywhere in the world, hay fever is not contagious.

DR BHATTI IS THE FIRST DOCTOR TO PRACTISE MICRO-IMMUNOTHERAPY IN IRELAND

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Micro-immunotherapy can be successfully used as supportive therapy for diseases which are the consequence of an imbalance in our immune system. The main objective is to restore and correct the functioning of our immune system. Here are some examples of the applications of Micro-immunotherapy medications:

 

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