You know the feeling—the itchy eyes, the runny nose, the scratchy throat. These are, in fact, symptoms of mild allergies. In more severe situations allergies can cause problems breathing or seeing; they can even cause death. Allergies are not something to be taken lightly.
If you have allergies, you can benefit from the tips found here. We've tried to cover just about all the areas we can think of, and we are adding more all the time.
Tips, Tricks, and Answers
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Dealing with a Laundry Detergent Allergy
A laundry detergent allergy can be difficult to deal with, but there are things you can do to cope. Here are some ideas that might make it easier for you to live with the condition.
Differences between Allergies and Colds
Knowing the difference between a cold and allergies is the key in managing your health and preventing sickness in the future.
What are food allergies and why do they occur? You'll find the answers to those and other questions about this common ailment right here.
Is it a Cold or Allergies?
While colds and allergies share common symptoms, and while many medications for both are interchangeable, it can be helpful to know for yourself which is which so you can best treat your condition. Certain symptoms, though, are specific to cold or allergies, and with careful attention, you can tell the difference between them.
Spot-Treating Seasonal Allergies
Many people around the world are affected by seasonal allergies. For allergies that are only an issue a few weeks out of the year, short-term treatment with home remedies or over-the-counter medicines is the best and easiest option.
Understanding Mold Allergies
Mold grows in any place that is damp, warm, and dark. It's no wonder allergies to it bloom all year round.