An allergic disease may be defined as the clinical manifestation of this inappropriate IgE immune response to otherwise harmless environmental substances. Several types of allergies have been identified.
The reasons for this are largely unexplained, but one widely held hypothesis is the 'hygiene hypothesis'.
Allergy is condition which brings some pathological outcomes. Visible changes due to various allergic reactions are
The incidence of allergic diseases is increasing in both industrialised and non-industrialised countries. Factors contribute to the development of allergic diseasesImprovements in sanitation and health care
Family history. A number of genes contribute to disease susceptibility
Environmental factors such as pollutants and cigarette smoke, and the incidence of bacterial and viral infection
There are several methods to diagnose allergy. Three common methods are-
Some natural cures may be applicable for allergies. You may get some important information about some of the herbal medication from the video files of this segment.