Allergy Symptoms

Common allergy symptoms include sneezing, clogged or runny nose (allergic rhinitis), cough, postnasal drip, itchy and watery eyes, chest tightness (asthma), breathlessness, wheezing and coughing, red and itchy skin, welts (hives) and an inflamed skin.

It is important to take note that if a person experiences more worse symptoms other than what has been mentioned, he could go on Anaphylactic shock. Signs of a person experiencing anaphylactic shock include tissue swelling, wheezing, skin itching, nausea & vomiting, diarrhea, convulsions, sweating and confusion.

Allergies and their symptoms- what can be more annoying, irritating, or, unfortunately more common? Many people all over the world experience allergies on a regular basis, and there is certainly most likely not a single person in the entire universe who has not once experienced ad allergy symptom. This is at least plausible for the little hidden fact that allergens are everywhere- from the dust that lingers upon an ancient tabletop to the pollen that had somehow managed to fly its way into a room through the use of an open window. Allergens exist in a great variety of forms, and most people are allergic to at least some kind of substance or irritant, weather they know it or not. Those few people, who claim to never have experienced an allergy symptom, must think back to a random sneeze that had transpired in the event that they had blown on a dandelion flower or wiped off some dust particles while cleaning up. That sneeze had been an allergy symptom- one of the numerous ones that exist in the world.

So what are some of the most common allergy symptoms, if they are so plentiful? Well, one of the most frequently experienced symptoms is a runny nose, or a particular redness of the skin. Itchiness of different body parts, as well as red, puffy eyes or a sore throat can also be allergy symptoms. A common allergy symptom often mistaken for the beginning signs of the flu or a cold is coughing, as well as other similar conditions that may be experienced during those sicknesses. This is another reason why people might assume they’ve never had an allergy symptom- they may have taken it as the common cold instead.