The Basics

Pollen Effect on Body

Your body overreacts to

otherwise harmless substances

around you called allergens

like pollen, dust, food items or

even medication.

Cough during allergy

Once in contact, your body

thinks these allergens are

invaders and releases the

chemical, histamine to fight


Sneezing Allergy Effect

This, in turn, can cause reactions

like skin rashes, headaches,

sneezing, nausea and even

anaphylaxis (which can be fatal

without medical attention).11, 12



Although, you cannot completely avoid allergens, learning which ones affect you will help you manage them smarter:

In our food

In our food:

Eggs, shellfish, nuts and grains11

in the air

In the air:

Dust mites, pet dander, pollen, molds, insect stings11

allergies everywhere else

And everywhere else:

Medications, infections and even some plants12

Spotting the Symptoms


Depending on how you are exposed to allergens, you may

experience symptoms in your eyes, nose and lungs (if inhaled)

or mouth, stomach and intestines (if consumed). The most

common symptoms are11:

  • Skin rash
  • Headache
  • Sneezing
  • Runny Nose

  • Swelling
  • Nausea
  • Diarrhea

Anaphylaxis, the most severe reaction, can be fatal and needs immediate medical attention.16

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Doing the Diagnosis

A few reasons why diagnosis is important to treat allergies: 15, 28, 33

  • To determine whether your symptoms are caused by allergies

  • To find out which allergens are affecting you

  • To find out if it is a seasonal or year-round allergy

  • To help children live a fuller life without missing school or spending holidays being unwell
Self Assessment

While you need to visit your doctor

for a complete and right diagnosis,

you can get started here

Not all allergies are the same11, 15

•   Allergies can be seasonal (worsening during certain times of the year) or perennial (occurring year-round).
•   Other allergy types include hives and asthma.

Get the cold facts 46, 47 

Since allergies keep occurring frequently, it is easy to mistake them as cold. Moreover, they share many symptoms: sneezing,

coughing, runny nose, and fatigue. While you must consult your doctor to understand your condition, these signs may help

you understand your condition better:


  • Symptoms appear at once, same time every year
  • Symptoms may last weeks
  • Itchy eyes are a common symptom


Allergies Can Happen


  • Symptoms appear one at a time
  • Symptoms last up to 14 days
  • Slight, general aches