Drug allergy:An abnormal reaction of the immune system to a medication.
Food allergies:An unpleasant or dangerous immune system reaction after a certain food is eaten
Contact dermatitis:A skin rash caused by contact with a certain substance.
Latex allergy:An allergic reaction to certain proteins found in natural rubber latex.
Allergic asthma:Asthma triggered by exposure to the same substances that trigger allergy symptoms.
Seasonal allergies:An allergic response causing itchy, watery eyes, sneezing, and other similar symptoms.
Animal allergy:An abnormal immune reaction to proteins in an animal's skin cells, saliva, or urine.
Anaphylaxis:A severe, potentially life-threatening allergic reaction.
Allergy to mold:An abnormal allergic reaction to mold spores.
different types of causes to a allergic reaction
prevention to a allergic reaction
epipen is the most common for just controlling it until you get to a hospital
prescription nasal spray,pills,injections,eye drops
Allergies can generally not be prevented but allergic reactions can be. Once a person knows they are allergic to a certain substance, they can avoid contact with the allergen. Strategies for doing this include being in an air-conditioned environment during peak hay-fever season, avoiding certain foods, and eliminating dust mites and animal dander from the home. They can also control the allergy by reducing or eliminating the symptoms. Strategies include taking medication to counteract reactions or minimize symptoms and being immunized with allergy injection therapy.(https://www.cdc.gov/healthcommunication/toolstemplates/entertainmented/tips/allergies.html)
types of allergies
the anatomy of allergies occuring
There are lots of allergy treatment options. Over-the-counter and prescription medications can ease annoying symptoms. Allergy shots also help
When medicine is needed to stem allergy symptoms, antihistamines are often first in line. Find out how they can help and learn about possible side effects.
When a harmless substance like dust, mold or pollen is encountered by a person who is allergic to that substance, the immune system may overreact by producing antibodies that attack the allergen. This can cause wheezing, itching, a runny nose, watery or itchy eyes and other symptoms.