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Some people are allergic to certain medicines, such as penicillin


Symptoms can range from a mild reaction like a skin rash a few days after you start a drug to a severe and immediate reaction.  They can be concering because they can lead to anaphylaxis.  Serious symptoms include:

  • ​Hives
  • Itchy eyes & skin
  • Flushing
  • Stomach pain, nausea and vomiting
  • Swelling in the mouth, throat, hands and feet
  • Feeling light headed or passing out


For milder symptoms, antihistamine or steroids will help


For serious reactions, including anaphylaxis, you'll need to call 000 and you may be hospitalised.

12.  Medicines

  • Avoid woodstoves and fireplaces

11.  Wood Smoke

  • If you buy tress for your yard, plant species that are less likely to aggravate allergies, such as catalpa, crape myrtle, dogwood, fig, fir, palm, pear, plum, redbud, and redwood

10.  Tree Pollen

  • Smoking should not be allowed in the home or cars of people with asthma or allergies.  Ask family members and friends to smoke outdoors
  • Seek smoke-free environments in restaurants, theaters, and hotel rooms
  • If you smoke, find your support to quit

9.  Tobacco Smoke

  • Keep pets out of your home if possible
  • If keeping pets out of your home isn't possible, keep them out of bedrooms and confined to areas without carpets or upholstered furniture
  • If you keep a cat, wash it once a week with soap and warm water to reduce airborne dander.  Keep it outside as much as possible
  • Wear a dust mask when you're near rodents such as much hamsters
  • After playing with your pet, wash your hands and clean your clothes to remove pet allergens
  • Avoid contact with soiled litter cages
  • Dust your home often with a damp cloth
  • Remember that pet allergens linger in house dust for months after the pet is gone.  As a result, allergy and asthma symptoms may take some time to subside

8.  Pollen

  • Keep pets out of your home if possible
  • If keeping pets out of your home isn't possible, keep them out of bedrooms and confined to areas without carpets or upholstered furniture
  • If you keep a cat, wash it once a week with soap and warm water to reduce airborne dander.  Keep it outside as much as possible
  • Wear a dust mask when you're near rodents such as much hamsters
  • After playing with your pet, wash your hands and clean your clothes to remove pet allergens
  • Avoid contact with soiled litter cages
  • Dust your home often with a damp cloth
  • Remember that pet allergens linger in house dust for months after the pet is gone.  As a result, allergy and asthma symptoms may take some time to subside

7.  Pets

  • Avoid perfumes, room deodorisers, cleaning chemicals, paint and talcum powder

6.  Odours & Fumes

  • Use a dehumidifier or air conditioner to maintain relative humidity below 50%.  In particular, you may need a dehumidifier in the basement.  Remember to empty the container regularly and clean it often to prevent mildew formation
  • Air out closed spaces such as closets or bathrooms
  • Vent bathrooms and clothers dryers to the outside
  • Check faucets, pipes, and ductwork for leaks
  • When first turning on the air conditioner in your home or car, leave the room or drive with the windows open for several minutes to allow mold spores to disperse
  • Remove decaying debris from the yard, roof, and gutters
  • Avoid raking leaves, mowing the lawns, and working with peat, mulch, hay and dead wood.  If you must do yard work, wear a mask and avoid working on hot, humid days

5.  Mold

  • Dust rooms thoroughly with a damp cloth at least once a week
  • Wear protective gloves and a dust mask while cleaning to reduce exposure to dust and cleaning irritants
  • Use electric and hot water radiant heaters to provide a cleaner source of heat than blown air systems
  • Reduce the number of stuffed animals, wicker baskets, dried flowers, and other dust collectors in your home
  • Replace carpets with washable scatter rugs or bare floors
  • Instead of using fabric curtains, cover windows with shades made of plastic or another material that you can wipe clean or remove and wash

4.  House Dust

  • Get a nonallergyic person to mow your lawn.  If you must mow it yourself, wear a mask
  • Keep grass cut short
  • Be aware that pollen can also be transported indoors on people and pets

3.  Grass Pollen

  • Designate a group of pots, pans and utensils specifically for the preparation of allergy-free meals.  Even a trace of food allergen, such as peanuts or milk, can cause a reaction
  • Prepare several allergy-free meals at a time and freeze them until they're ready to be consumed.  This method will reduce the risk of cross-contamination that can happen when allergy-free and allergenic meals are prepared at the same time
  • Thoroughly clean your hands, utensils, and kitchen surface areas prior to cooking allergy-free meals.  Most reactions occur when people eat food that they thought was safe.  So it's equally important to master a few detective skills
  • Learn the scientific and technical terms of allergens (for example, casein is a milk products, and albumin usually comes from egg)
  • Read every label on each product purchased, even if you buy the same product all the time.  Manufacturers often change ingredients without warning
  • Avoid purchasing products without an ingredient listing
  • When dining out, inform the waitstaff about your food allergy, and clarify the ingredients used to prepare the selected meal
  • Emphasize to family and friends that food allergy is serious and that a reaction can be fatal

2.  Food

  • Encase your mattress and pillows in dustproof or allergen-impermeable covers
  • Wash all bedding and blankets once a week in hot water to kill dust mites
  • Replace wool or feathered bedding with synthetic materials and traditional stuffed animals with washable ones
  • If possible, replace wall-to-wall carpets in bedrooms with bar floors (tile, or wood)
  • Use a damp mop or rag to remove dust,  Never use a dry cloth, since it stirs up mite allergens
  • Use a vacum cleaner with either a double-layered microfilter bag or a HEPA (high-efficiency particle arrestor) filter

1.  Dust Mites

Medicines from eye drops, nasal sprays and tablets will help reduce symptoms and may help prevent attacks.  Here's some common triggers and how to reduce their effect on your allergy.

Here's 12 allergy triggers and how to deal with them.....

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