What is allergy
Sensitivities happen when your resistant framework responds to an unfamiliar substance —, for example, dust, honey bee venom or pet dander — or a food that doesn’t cause a response in the vast majority.
Your invulnerable framework produces substances known as antibodies. At the point when you have allergies, your invulnerable framework makes antibodies that recognize a specific allergen as destructive, despite the fact that it isn’t. At the point when you come into contact with the allergen, your resistant framework’s response can arouse your skin, sinuses, aviation routes or stomach related framework.
The seriousness of hypersensitivities shifts from individual to individual and can run from minor disturbance to hypersensitivity — a conceivably dangerous crisis. While most hypersensitivities can’t be restored, medicines can help diminish your allergy symptoms.