An allergy is a medical condition that most carers will have come across at some time. Whether it is something they experience themselves or something their patients have allergies are now unfortunately a common occurance.
Today, it seems that more and more people talk about their allergies, or seem to start experiencing them without a history of them. As it turns out, this isn’t a baseless anecdotal observation; researchers have shown that allergy rates are rising, and immunological research has suggested several causes for this. This article aims to identify common symptoms and discuss ways of managing the impact on sufferers.