Allergy – the causes and symptoms
Mold allergy is not the typical spring allergy. This is an allergy based on fungus spores or fragments found in the air. Because spores and fragments are very small, they are able to bypass the nasal tract and reach the lungs. Microscopic, foreign particles are very difficult to avoid and can be common in almost every house or building.
Origin of Forms
Forms grow in places where moisture and oxygen are present. In a natural environment, rotting logs, vegetation and shady areas can thrive. In the home you can grow in a damp basement, in bathrooms, in attics, in closets, in garages, or virtually everywhere where moisture is. The primary location of the mold does not necessarily end at home. Commercial sites such as greenhouses, old buildings, bakeries and industrial factories are a favorite place for mold growth. Forms are everywhere and it is important to understand how mildew develops and where they come from.
Many allergenic mushrooms can cause allergic reactions in humans. Alternaria, Aspergillus and Cephalosporium are commonly known fungi belonging to the Fungi Imperfecti group. These, especially Alternaria and Caldosporium, are more outdoors than indoors. They are frequent in the autumn season, but sometimes appear in the spring and summer. Indoors, Aspergillus and Penicillium are relatively durable throughout the year, with little impact on environmental factors.
Air cushion is not the only way that molds can penetrate the body. Common foods such as fungi, dried fruits and cheeses allow mold to be delivered to the body. These batches carry different types of forms that produce the same type of symptoms in the air. What are the typical symptoms?
The symptoms of mold allergies are similar to the seasonal allergic effects of pollen. Typical symptoms include glaucoma, stuffy nose, wheezing and asthma. Medical books refer to this allergic rhinitis, which usually involves seasonal problems and hypersensitivity problems. Studies show that allergic rhinitis is similar to cold symptoms. The reaction to these forms is not always immediate. Sometimes sometimes it is delayed, depending on the severity. With allergic drugs, mold molds can treat allergies as well as other allergies.
The most dangerous form of allergen is "Toxic Mildew". Poisonous mold or statchybotys is a lethal form of the allergen, which can negatively affect children. This type of frequent manifestation is black mold. Black mold causes babies and children to experience skin rashes and other lung injuries that can lead to death
In southern states, foam sponges (wall insulation) that do not allow air are caused by water leaks and floods. As a result, molds are easily spread throughout the house, making it a black mold. Black allergic symptoms include blood cough, anemia, wheezing, bloody nose and nausea.
Allergic molds can range from simple in nature to dangerous man-made molds. The effects of these forms may have a serious impact, including death. By understanding the causes and effects of allergies, we can start preventing treatment.
- Published On : 4 years ago on March 29, 2018
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- Last Updated : March 29, 2018 @ 12:50 am
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