Respiratory allergy recommendations
Although preventive measures do not avoid the allergy, they do reduce the severity of symptoms and frequency of crises, and thus the consumption of drugs. They also improve the quality of life of the allergic patients by allowing them to be in places where previously there were more allergens that may provoke symptoms.
Easier to carry out recommendations are related to indoor allergens like recommendations for dust mites, pets and indoor moulds. Although the most common allergy in the world is the pollen allergy, we can make some recommendations to avoid moments of highest risk, but we are always exposed to the environment.
A special recommendation is the education of parents, teachers and even for children when they are old enough, for the control and treatment of asthma, given its potential severity in a crisis and the control thereof, for the quality of life of the child.
Recommendations for respiratory allergies:
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