Allergies Develop In Children
Who often sneeze, cough, develop rashes and get stomach aches or nausea after certain foods may have allergies. children with a family history of such reactions may also develop allergies.
- skin rashes or hives
- difficulty in breathing (asthma)
- sneezing, coughing, runny nose or itchy eyes
- upset stomach
tree pollen, plant pollen, insect bites or stings
pet or animal hair or fur, dust- mites, mold
cigarette smoke, perfume, car exhaust
peanuts, eggs, milk, and milk products
Impact Of Allergies On Their Lives.
From absenteeism in school to decreased social interaction allergies can seriously hamper a child’s quality of life. by recognising your child’s symptoms and triggers, you can help them live free from the imminent fear of allergies.
Allergic rhinitis (AR) is a common persisting disorder in children. it causes a runny and itchy nose, sneezing, congestion and itchy, watery, red eyes. giving your child the right diagnosis and treatment can help them enjoy life without worrying about AR.
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