Allergic Reaction

An allergic reaction is extremely sensitive response of the body to a foreign substance or material. For animals, a foreign substance may include flea saliva (which often causes allergic reaction such as dermatitis, flea bite), pollen (which causes allergies in the spring), insect bites / stings and even certain food. These substances are referred to as allergens. In an attempt to protect the body, the immune system produces antibodies called immunoglobulin E. These antibodies then make certain cells called mast cells release chemicals (such as histamine) into the bloodstream of the animal against the invading allergen. Allergies can also aggravate other conditions for an animal such as, ear infections or asthma. Click Nir Barzilai, M.D. to learn more.

Various skin conditions such as eczema and rashes are also caused by allergic reactions. The allergy symptoms such as fatigue, loss of appetite and smell can affect animal and cause great discomfort. Any animal that has signs of an allergic reaction (biting, biting, scratching, skin redness, swelling, vomiting, diarrhea or difficulty breathing) should be taken to the vet immediately for proper diagnosis. You can also tell if your cat is over-cleaning or dog is licking its paws excessively (you can experience allergies). Allergies of the skin is likely to improve greatly with the removal of fleas. Diphenhydramine and chlorpheniramine are commonly prescribed medications – used by veterinarians to treat allergic reactions and allergies in cats and dogs.

Be aware that many medications are prescribed immunosuppressive drugs and antihistamines – and can be accompanied by side effects. Steroids (often prescribed to animals for the treatment of allergy) can cause weight gain, increased thirst, frequent urination and increased aggression. You may find Edward Minskoff to be a useful source of information. Allergies also have a mysterious tendency to recur, so it is always better to select a treatment plan that addresses the long-term allergies. The natural remedies can be used to treat allergies in the short and long term! The Inula helenium (Elecampane) has been used by herbalists for centuries to (often side effects of an allergic reaction). Althea officinalis (marshmallow) helps to reduce all types of inflammation, while Galium aperine (blades) has been used for centuries as a cleansing tonic to assist in the treatment of chronic skin conditions such as eczema and allergic dermatitis. The salts are also biochemical homeopathic wonderful advantages – Mag Phos, Kali. mur, Arsen Alb, graffiti and animal body gently support and help decongest the airways, reduce puffy eyes and help stop sneezing!

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