Allergy: Allergic Conditions, Ayurvedic Treatments & Cost
The prevalence of allergic conditions is quite high in India, especially among people situated in industrial areas. Although not deadly, an allergic condition can reduce one’s quality of life since the condition tends to reoccur.
Allergic conditions are generally influenced by genetic predisposition in the majority of individual, however, they can be triggered by any factor. With that, the genes, and the environment one is exposed to can cause an allergy.
What Are Allergies Or What is An Allergic Condition/Reaction?
An allergy refers to the body reaction that occurs unexpectedly. Normally, the body is made up of an immune system ‘defense system’.
This system is responsible for detecting and fighting off infections, diseases, and foreign bodies. In case the immune system reacts aggressively or in an exaggerated manner to certain foreign substances, an allergy is triggered.
Allergic individuals can easily develop an allergic condition, although some recurrently suffer from a specific allergy. The different parts of the body prone to allergies include skin, eyes, nose, gastrointestinal tract, and the lungs.
A recurrent allergy can easily be diagnosed since it always manifests itself in case an individual is exposed to a certain chemical, material, eats something, or get’s into contact with a certain animal.
Allergies are at times minor or mild conditions, but in some individuals, they can emerge as a severe case. Due to the condition’s severity, it will basically require further management approaches such as herbs to treat the condition.
Common Symptoms of Allergies
Allergies are generally associated with a variety of signs and symptoms and these include;
- Skin rash
- A runny nose
- Itchy nose, eyes, and skin
The Different Types of Allergies
There are different types of allergies and they include;
Allergic rhinitis (Hay Fever)
This is the commonest type of allergy and develops due to aeroallergens. This allergic condition manifests itself with nasal symptoms usually triggered by indoor allergens. These allergens include molds, dust mites, or animal dander.
It is one of the commonest allergy reactions in both children and adults with a prevalence of 5% to 3% respectively. Some of the commonest food allergies arise from fish, cow’s milk, soy, nuts, and eggs. Some people can also develop a food allergy in case they eat their totem.
Drug ‘Medication’ Allergy
Some people are allergic to certain drugs and these mainly include aspirin, ibuprofen or any form of antibiotics. Symptoms may include, skin redness, itchiness, and swelling.
Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic condition that can affect various organs in the body. The reaction can be triggered by drugs or certain foods.
Metal ‘Nickel’ Allergy
The commonest form of metal allergy arises from the rings, bracelets, necklaces, bangles, and zippers. Other people also tend to be allergic to eyeglasses, coins, cell phones, among others.
Coming into contact with an insect or being stung by it can trigger an allergic reaction in some people. The severity generally depends on the quantity of venom released into the bloodstream.
Pet allergies can also arise from getting into contact with a pet or an animal or inhaling their fur. Cats, puppies, and rabbits can trigger an allergic reaction.
This generally includes hives, a skin reaction that is triggered by food or drugs. Skin allergies are associated with a number of skin symptoms like redness, itchiness, and swelling.
Dust allergies are generally triggered by environmental conditions. A storm, dust, or wind, can trigger an allergic reaction.
Allergy Treatment With An Ayurvedic Approach
It is generally safer to treat any allergy with Ayurvedic medicines. Ayurvedically, it is believed that allergies are triggered by pollen or dust substances. Similarly, the accumulation of ama in the respiratory tract and the lungs can interfere with the breathing system, hence triggering a number of symptoms such as sneezing.
It is believed that each time a person gets into contact with an allergen, the doshas become imbalanced. The extent of this imbalance highly determines the way toxins are released into the body.
The Ayurvedic treatments generally work by stopping the imbalanced doshas and improving digestion to its normality.
The Ayurvedic treatments or herbs are provided depending on the severity, recurrence level, and the prevailing symptoms. The treatments also play a major role in strengthening the immune system rather than simply eliminating the allergic reaction.
Ayurvedic treatments by Medilife are trusted for their efficacy and safety and that is why you should consult our Ayurvedic specialist.
What to Expect During & After Treatment
Lifestyle and dietary changes are commonly suggested during allergy treatment. This helps the treatments work faster and yield better results.
Depending on your condition, our Ayurvedic specialist may prohibit or restrict you from certain foods, products, and exposures.
You may be advised to add any prescribed oil into your drinks or dishes.
Desired results are guaranteed after your treatment.
Our Allergy Treatment Success Rate
Medilife is a top destination for allergy treatment in India. Due to the hospital’s advanced diagnostic approaches, patients are able to obtain the best treatments possible for any type of allergy.
Patients are also provided with several tips to prevent these allergies from reoccurring.
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Ayurvedic is huge healing system that is known for its magical treatment results for various health conditions and diseases so it is also possible to cure various kinds of allergies under Ayurvedic natural remedial system.
How Ayurveda works for allergies?
Allergies can be of various types so before treatment of them it is important to look out the nature of allergy and its effects. For treatment options its root cause is to be found so that accordingly herbal medicines are formulated to treat the issue. Patient has been given special instructions to get rid from the condition and environment from which he is getting allergic particles and exact doses of medicines are given to root out allergy cause.
Are there chances for getting allergy from Ayurvedic medicines too?
No, as Ayurveda is natural, safe and effective healing system so not any medicine could have side effects for you. All Ayurvedic medicines are made by utilizing plants, leaves, stems, herbs and no chemical substances are used so these medicines are safe and have no harmful effects for patient. But it is important to know if the patient has allergy from particular plant or substance then it must not be included in treatment.