After the fall, the weather has gradually changed from hot and humid to dry, and the temperature has dropped significantly. There are many subtle changes in the surrounding environment that are invisible to the naked eye, such as the increase of floating dust caused by the decrease in humidity, a new round of metabolism of flowers, plants and trees, etc. These will cause the increase of allergens and make people with allergies or low body resistance. Allergy outbreaks symptom.
Allergic reactions can cause airway obstruction, with symptoms such as chest tightness, palpitations, and difficulty breathing; and microcirculation symptoms, such as pale numbness, irritability, chills, cold sweats, etc. .
Severe allergies can affect the central nervous system, manifesting as loss of consciousness, coma, convulsions, and incontinence.
In addition to common allergic reactions, people with allergies are often accompanied by a range of allergic diseases.
Hives are a common skin allergy in autumn. Seafood and dust mites are important factors that cause urticaria, and some patients suffer from cold stimulation or because of exercise and excitement.
Allergic dermatitis generally occurs on exposed skin, such as the face and limbs, with red maculopapular rash, itching, and severe eyelid edema, red and swollen conjunctiva, and runny nose.
Autumn is also the season of high incidence of chronic cough. Many children will develop chronic cough when the season changes, which usually lasts for more than 3-8 weeks.
There are two types of allergic rhinitis, one is perennial and the other is seasonal, which usually occurs in the spring and autumn of each year.
The patient’s performance is sneezing, or even three or four dozen, as well as a runny nose, an itchy nose, and some hyposmia.
Fall more allergies?
Many people wonder, spring flowers are blooming and the temperature is getting warmer, which is the high season of allergies, and autumn is crisp and clear, how can so many people have allergies?
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The flowers bloom in spring, and many people suffer from pollen allergies, but most of the flowers in spring are very bright. They spread pollination among different flowers by attracting insects to stick to the pollen. host.
In autumn, wind-pollinated flowers are mainly from the inconspicuous grasses such as Artemisia, Chenopodiaceae and Humulus. The flowers are smaller and the pollen particles are also very small. Blow to spread pollination.
So in autumn, pollen is more likely to spread in the wind, and people with pollen allergies will be more likely to be “stricken”. When going out in autumn, especially in the countryside, you should pay attention to wearing a mask and do protection.
Dust mite allergy
Dust mites can be said to be the “culprit” of allergies, and patients allergic to dust mites account for more than 60% of all allergic patients.
Summer is a high season for mites to breed, leaving a lot of secretions and feces. In autumn, the temperature is dry, and the left secretions and feces form powder. All kinds of dust have greatly increased the number of dust mites in the air.
Dust mites like to accumulate on bed quilts, curtains, fabric tablecloths, open bookshelves, dolls, potted plants, etc., so they need to be cleaned frequently to prevent allergies. You can also use an air purifier, humidifier, etc. to reduce house dust mites.
The mites need to be completely killed at 60 degrees Celsius, so the bedding should be scrubbed with slightly higher temperature water, or put towels, quilts, sheets and other personal objects under the scorching sun sun exposure.
How can I prevent allergies?
Keep away from allergens
Staying away from allergens is the most effective prevention method. Wearing a mask when going out, cleaning your home regularly, and avoiding allergenic foods will solve most allergy problems.
Keep moisturizing, sunscreen, and less makeup
Dry in autumn, moisturizing work must be increased. Although the sunshine is slightly weakened, sun protection is still indispensable. For people who are prone to allergies, increasing skin resistance is the best anti-allergy. Way.
Repeated makeup and makeup removal will also affect the protective layer of the skin. Patients who are prone to allergies should reduce the frequency of makeup when the seasons change.
Strengthen your physique
Drinking plenty of water, consuming balanced nutrition, and exercising scientifically can enhance physical fitness from the root, reduce inflammation in the body, and increase body fluid circulation, which is the longest anti-allergic way.
In the season of high allergies, you can eat some foods rich in anti-inflammatory ingredients to reduce the inflammatory reaction caused by allergies.
Turmeric root powder (curry): May reduce allergies by suppressing a protein that causes inflammation.
Bellis (especially red bell peppers): Contains high amounts of vitamin C, which has anti-inflammatory properties, and immune-boosting carotenoids.
Red grapes: Rich in resveratrol, it has antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anticancer, antibacterial and antiallergic properties.
Olive: It has immune-enhancing properties, and some doctors even suggest that olive leaf extract supplements can be appropriately supplemented.
Avocado: High in carotenoids and vitamin E, it has excellent anti-inflammatory properties.
Allergies are not a trivial matter. Early prevention and targeted treatment can help you spend the autumn comfortably.