Allergy : Symptoms & Signs
Medical Author: Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD
Allergies are exaggerated immune responses to environmental stimuli known as allergens. Allergies are very common, and about 50 million people in North America suffer from allergies. One of the most common forms of allergies is allergic rhinitis (“hay fever”), which produces such symptoms
- Nasal congestion
- Itchy and watery eyes,
- Stuffy nose or brat
- Scratch or sore throat
- Throat clearance,
- Drip cough after the nose.
The symptoms of hay fever can cause fatigue and lethargy. Other types of allergies can affect the skin (itching and itching). Allergic shock is a serious form of allergic reactions that can be life-threatening. In an allergic shock, there is swelling in the throat and shortness of breath. Asthma is also associated with allergies in many cases.
A review of our patients’ comments indicated that many people with allergies have similar symptoms and signs. Often, an allergic attack started with itchy eyes followed by swelling of the face, especially the eyes and lips. Some patients reported that the itching occurred throughout the body and, sometimes, they developed urticaria. Many people noticed that their symptoms are similar to the flu, as they suffer from cough, fatigue and the feeling that they have a fever. Get more information to get more information about allergy symptoms in patient comments.
WebMD.com. Allergy Types.