Allergy is a hypersensitivity disorder of the immune system.Allergic reactions occur to normally harmless environmental substances known as allergens; these reactions are acquired, predictable, and rapid. Strictly, allergy is one of four forms of hypersensitivity and is called type I (or immediate) hypersensitivity. It is characterized by excessive activation of certain white blood cells called mast cells and basophils by a type of antibody known as IgE, resulting in an extreme inflammatory response. Common allergic reactions include eczema, hives, hay fever, asthma attacks, food allergies, and reactions to the venom of stinging insects such as wasps and bees.
Mild allergies like hay fever are highly prevalent in the human population and cause symptoms such as allergic conjunctivitis, itchiness, and runny nose. Allergies can play a major role in conditions such as asthma. In some people, severe allergies to environmental or dietary allergens or to medication may result in life-threatening anaphylactic reactions.
A variety of tests now exist to diagnose allergic conditions; these include testing the skin for responses to known allergens or analyzing the blood for the presence and levels of allergen-specific IgE. Treatments for allergies include allergen avoidance, use of anti-histamines, steroids or other oral medications, immunotherapy to desensitize the response to allergen, and targeted therapy.
The FOCUS Animated Pocket Dictionary of Allergy, the first ever animated dictionary in the subject, is a comprehensive reference source for the definition of terms related to allergic reactions and their treatment. A must-have resource for physicians and students who would greatly benefit from this module, it covers 80 related terms and definitions.
All the definitions have been graphically described with the help of 3D animations and are accompanied by text definitions. This free app has 5 Videos, to see the complete list please 'buy' and download to play independent of the internet.
The app plays frequencies that reduces allergy symptoms simulating magnetotherapy health device.
Playing “WellWave Allergy “ app close to you, gives evident relief from allergy reactions.
Allergy from dust or pollen causes swelling of the nasal, rhinitis, sinusitis, eyes redness and itching, sneezing, coughing, and skin rashes.
Playing “WellWave Allergy “ app on your device will reduce this reactions.
This app plays 11waves (magnetic and sound) that stop allergy symptoms .
This are not bineural frequencies. This waves relax the allergic immune reaction.
The practical use of “WellWave Allergy “ app is simple; you can keep playing your android phone in your pocket and fell the relief from allergy.
You can keep a very low volume (subliminal) and still have wellness effect.
I choose the most effective healing frequency from consolidated lists, that can be used in android devices against allergy reactions..
The speaker of your phone will create a magnetic field similar to professional healing devices.
You can use these app in two ways:
- ether by listening to he health sounds, at low volume,
- or transmitting the waves directly to your body, by keeping the phone in the pocket for 20 minutes.
“WellWave Allergy “ give a practical relief from allergy symptoms .
Approximately one in every five adults or children suffer from allergies. Allergies are common in men as well as in women.
Some people have upper respiratory symptoms, which are allergic reactions to airborne pollen. Some people have allergies to cats and some have severe reactions to various insect stings.
Simply defined, an allergy is an intolerance of the immune system to specific substances.
You're allergic to these substances when your body reacts adversely to them, thereby producing excessive histamine, which triggers a cascade of allergic symptoms that can affect the respiratory system, gastrointestinal tract, skin or cardiovascular system.
Here is what you will discover inside...
★ The Danger of A Food Allergy
★ Warning Signs
★ Testing For A Food Allergy
★ Types of Food Allergies
★ Milk Allergy
★ Peanut Allergy
★ Fish Allergy
★ Soy Allergy
★ Wheat Allergy
★ Egg Allergy
★ Tree Nut Allergy
★ Shellfish Allergy
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Prescription for Feeling Better: Download the App. Record. Analyze…. Then move on to enjoying a world where your food allergies don’t ambush you anymore. This food Allergy Journal can help you “take back the plate”! After all, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
✓ Simple format makes it easy to enter information, find and edit it, then run reports and analysis
✓ Create custom entries for foods and symptoms in the words you use - no more scrolling through long, irrelevant lists
✓ Convenient auto-fill for dates and times of eating foods and experiencing symptoms
✓ Select level of symptoms: Mild, Medium or Severe
✓ App remembers your entries, making it quicker and easier to enter data each time
✓ Journal allows you to quickly scroll through all of your entries, showing foods and symptoms in different colors for easy identification
✓ Run reports to help you analyze collected data
✓ Report 1: View all symptoms experienced [#] hours after eating [FOOD]
✓ Report 2: View all foods eaten [#] hours before experiencing [Mild/Medium/Severe] [SYMPTOM]
✓ Save or email reports to your doctor, yourself, your personal chef – anyone!
Treatment of acute symptoms is usually with an inhaled short-acting beta-2 agonist (such as salbutamol). Symptoms can be prevented by avoiding triggers, such as allergens and irritants, and by inhaling corticosteroids. Leukotriene antagonists are less effective than corticosteroids and thus less preferred.
The prevalence of asthma has increased significantly since the 1970s. As of 2009, 300 million people were affected worldwide. In 2009 asthma caused 250,000 deaths globally. Despite this, with proper control of asthma with step down therapy, prognosis is generally good.
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