Allergic asthma is a common inflammatory condition that affects the small tubes that carry air in and out of the lungs, also known as airways or bronchi. Airways of asthmatic individuals are generally more sensitive than normal and overreact to various stimuli. When an allergic individual with asthma comes into contact with a trigger (something that irritates the airway, i.e. pollen, dust, etc.), the lining of the airways becomes inflamed, the muscles around the walls tighten so that the airways become narrower and glands in the airways produce large amounts of mucus.
Allergic conjunctivitis is the inflammation of the conjunctiva due to allergy. The conjunctiva is the transparent ‘skin’ that covers the white part of the eyes and the inside of the eyelids. This condition occurs when the eyes come in contact with an allergen (e.g. pollen, pet fur, house dust mites, etc.).
Allergic Rhinitis is also known as hay fever, nasal allergy or pollinosis. This is an inflammatory disease involving the nasal passages, sinuses, throat and eyes which provokes symptoms similar to a cold. Approximately 90% of patients with rhinitis also experience ocular symptoms (allergic rhinoconjunctivitis).
A severe allergic reaction experienced by some allergy sufferers that requires immediate medical attention. Although some people react to allergens developing only mild to moderate symptoms (runny nose, wheezing, coughing and swollen eyes), anaphylaxis is a severe, serious form of allergy that manifests as difficulty breathing and chest pains.
Atopic eczema is a chronic skin condition characterised by the presence of dry, red, itchy and crusty skin. Atopic eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis, is primarily an inherited condition [NO COMMA] that may be made worse by external factors such as dust or fur or internal factors such as stress, hormonal changes or exercise.
Food allergies are extremely common and affect approximately 6-8% of all children. Our clinical team diagnoses and manages various types of food intolerance and allergies Multiple Allergies
London Allergy Care & Knowledge helps patients experiencing two or more allergies at the same time, such as food, pollen, pet dander and dust mites.
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