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Clothing Allergy: 5 Reasons, 7 Symptoms, and 6 Ways to Control
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Allerin is recommended for supplementation by persons hypersensitive to presence of pollen, dust, construction particulates, mites, animal hair, food substances, cosmetics or detergents. The formulation is also recommended for people with calcium ion or folic acid deficiency in diet. Allerin is a food supplement which is a source of calcium, folic acid and beefsteak plant Perilla frutescens extract. Folates assist in correct functioning of the immune system.
Clothing allergy or textile contact dermatitis is common for many. However, the cause of such skin condition is not actually brought about by the clothes we wear but rather due to the materials and substances embedded within the textile. There are also other possible reasons why individuals suffer allergies from clothes. You suffer different symptoms of clothing allergy because of the following:. An allergic reaction to clothing occurs when antibody cells recognize chemical structures of compounds used and found in clothes, then treat them as foreign objects or even consider them as threatening.
In patients with respiratory allergy, cross-reactivity between aeroallergens and foods may induce food allergy, symptoms ranging from oral allergy syndrome to severe anaphylaxis. Clinical entities due to IgE sensitization to cross-reactive aeroallergen and food allergen components are described for many sources of plant origin pollen-food syndromes and associations, such as birch-apple, cypress-peach and celery-mugwort-spice syndromes, and mugwort-peach, mugwort-chamomile, mugwort-mustard, ragweed-melon-banana, goosefoot-melon associations , fungal origin Alternaria -spinach syndrome , and invertebrate, mammalian or avian origin mite-shrimp, cat-pork, and bird-egg syndromes. Clinical cases of allergic reactions to ingestion of food products containing pollen grains of specific plants, in patients with respiratory allergy to Asteraceae pollen, especially mugwort and ragweed, are also mentioned, for honey, royal jelly and bee polen dietary supplements, along with allergic reactions to foods contaminated with mites or fungi in patients with respiratory allergy to these aeroallergens. Medical history and diagnosis approach may be guided by the knowledge about the diverse cross-reacting allergens involved, and by the understanding of these clinical entities which may vary significantly or may be overlapping. The association between primary IgE sensitization with respiratory symptoms to inhaled allergens and food allergy due to cross-reactive allergen components is important to assess in allergy practice.