Allergy and Autoimmune Disorders

An allergic reaction is the response of our hypersensitive immune system facing allergens, which are typical foreign painless substances. Allergens can enter our body over inhalation, food, water, drinks, and sometimes, even on touching them.  Our immune system cares our body from invading organisms that can cause infections. However, early exposure to allergens is careful in nature, while late exposure can sometimes cause discomfort and can result in allergy. Treatment for allergic opinion includes mostly evading allergens and use of antihistamines and steroids. However, in severe allergies, adrenaline/ epinephrine are to be injected. In cases of an acute hypersensitive immune system, Allergen immunotherapy is approved which exposes the immune system to large capacity of potential allergens gradually; however, this therapy is not used to treat food allergies. The immune system behave to the allergen by generating Immunoglobulin E (IgE) antibodies and attach to mast cells which release histamine and other chemicals thereby begin an allergic reaction.

 

  • Autoimmune diseases
  • Asthma
  • Celiac disease

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