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Medical Reference related to allergies

  1. Natural allergy relief: Saline nasal sprays

    If the nasal passages have become blocked due to allergies, rinsing them out with a salt water spray or solution can bring some relief from allergy symptoms.

  2. Helping your child use a nebuliser

    Help your child get the most out of their asthma treating nebuliser. These simple tips show you how.

  3. Recognising the source of allergies

    An allergy specialist may be able to help you identify your triggers. Several different types of allergy tests are used to identify triggers. Learn about blood, skin tests and patch tests for allergies.

  4. Living with a food allergy

    If you have a diagnosed food allergy to ingredients such as milk, eggs or peanuts, the best way to prevent symptoms is to try to avoid those food triggers.

  5. Sinus infection and chronic sinusitis

    Sinusitis is inflammation of the lining of the sinuses behind the cheekbones and forehead caused by a virus or bacterial infection.

  6. Allergy symptoms

    Symptoms of allergies differ depending on what's triggered the allergic reaction and from person to person.

  7. Allergies keeping you awake?

    The symptoms of allergies, including sneezing, a runny nose and postnasal drip; watery, itchy eyes, ears, nose and throat can stop a person from getting a good night's sleep.

  8. What is multiple chemical sensitivity?

    Multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) is the name given to a condition in which various symptoms reportedly appear after a person has been exposed to any of a wide range of chemicals.

  9. Living with a wheat allergy

    Foods made with wheat are common, and wheat includes gluten, which is a common cause of food allergy or intolerance.

  10. Allergy relief with nasal sprays

    Nasal sprays can be an effective way of treating nasal allergies by delivering medication directly into the nose. Decongestant nasal sprays can also help clear a blocked nose caused by hayfever, dust or pet allergies.

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