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 I am allergic to my favorite necklace!! how can i fix this?
My favorite necklace is a really pretty heart that looks like a locket and I love it. Anyways, it is silver and I am allergic to everything silver. When I wear my necklace after a few hours I get a ...

 Is it possible to have a adverse reaction to..?
Chlorine and Sodium Chloride? I mean just.. Anything chloride related like even in shower gels and stuff like that. Anything that is a Chloride compound.
Thanks ...

 Can you be allergic to anti-allergy medications?

 I am lactose intolerant...?
....and I hate the taste of Soy Milk. Just ugh.
I have heard of Lactose-Free Milk, or lactaid.
People have said that they like the taste of lactose free milk, people have said there is no ...

 Is this a typical allergic reaction or is it herpes?
My son is 18, when he drinks milk, or some brands of ice cream, and use crest toothpaste.. and chapstick of all kinds...

his lips would swell up the next day and secrete a sticky liquid. ...

 My nephew has a peanut allergy? can he eat coconuts?
Im making cookies for my nephews family, one ingredient is coconut flakes. If he is allergic to Peanuts, will he be allergic to coconuts too?...

 Can you get an allergy from an anti allergy drug?

 How do I blow my nose effectively?
I have a stuffy/runny nose, and I've gone through countless tissues. Does anyone have any tips on how to blow my nose effectively so I don't have to use so many tissues? I want to get all ...

 How to get rid of a stuffy nose without medicine?
I have a really stuffy nose and I want to get rid of it INSTANTLY without using meds? Tips please?...

 How long after a cat or dog has been in a house is it safe to assume all the pet dander has died?
I know that after someone gets rid of their cat/dog it takes time before all the dander is removed from the house and people with allergies can be okay. I was just wondering if anyone knew the exact ...

 anyone know how to treat rashes(like) in arms..they look like goose bumps and they're not itchy.?

 is acne an allergy ?? is acne an allergy ?

 anybody sick right now or getting sick?
i can't get rid of this cold. sneezyin,sore throat no fever tho....

 why have I got puffy eyes?
My eyelids are puffy, the first one 2 days ago, it was itchy and I rubbed it then woke up with it all puffy and almost swollen shut. It seemed like it was because I rubbed it. After 1 day it went ...

 are expired allergy meds ok to take?
I have some severe allergies going on right now. I live in kentucky, and this time of year we have pollen, hay being cut, and tons of humidity....My allergies are going crazy right now! when i blow ...

 If you are lactose intolerant, can you still consume soy milk?
Isn't it still considered dairy? When I drink cows milk, my eczema will flare and I will be moody. So is Soy milk still considered safe?...

 Is it possible for a person to be allergic to alcohol?
My friend doesn't drink or consume any foods with alcohol in it ( like balsamic dressing), because she says it makes her deathly ill. Is it possible or is it all in her head?...

 Good allergy remedies/medicines?

 Can i be allergic to bananas, tomatoes, and cucumbers?
Okay this may sound weird but bananas, tomatoes, cucumbers, and some other fruits and veggies make my mouth and throat itch. Is it possible that i could be allergic to some fruits and veggies?...

 What are the symptoms of wheat and gluten intolerance please?

David M
How do i cure allergies to dust mites?
DON'T SAY ANYTHING ABOUT AVOIDING THE ALLERGEN........It cant be done in my case.

Gypsie Rose
allergy pills. im allergic to dust mites too,

House dust is a mixture of materials, some of which are toxic or allergenic. Dust can contain particles from clothing, synthetic fabrics, plastic, and furniture. Many of these artificial and unknown to the human immune system. House dust also contains tiny dust mites, invisible spider-like insects. Enzymes in mite waste-products, which are proteins, stimulate the allergic immune response. Dust mites leave about 20 of these fecal pellets, about the size of a grain of pollen, daily. These average around 20 microns in size. While this still invisible to the naked eye, dust mite allergen is relatively large, and heavy, as particulate matter goes. It doesn’t stay suspended in the air, for an air purifier to inhale. The best analogy I can think of is low flying aircraft, sneaking under the radar. Allergy to low flying bug poop? I'm afraid so. These tiny arachnids, which feed on skin flakes, live in bedrooms. They live practically on our bodies, extracting everything they need. Victims usually get a dose by breathing near a source: a pillow, mattress, or stuffed toy. The common answer to a dust mite allergy involves special bedding, hot water cleaning, carpet powder, and vacuuming, rather than installing an air purifier. Since the source cannot be effectively eliminated by air cleaning, air purifiers are not a primary tool for dust mite infestations. A dehumidifier can help, since mites thrive in humidity over 50%. They love the moisture on pillow cases and sheets, just throw these in a hot dryer often. Air purifiers are wonderful health promoting tools, every home should be using them, mites or not. But they are not the first line defense for dust mite allergy.

Nicolus Shiffer
Certain herbal and homeopathic remedies have been found to be beneficial in the treatment and prevention of allergies. These remedies are not only much safer to use than the traditional antihistamine drugs but also gentler for the body. Herbs such as Urtica urens and Plantago lanceolata (also known as plantain) contain effective anti-inflammatory and astringent properties and have a long history of treating inflammation, allergies and respiratory complaints.

Quercitin is a highly effective herb that contains antioxidants and helps to boost the immune system and improve circulation while Euphrasia officinalis (Eyebright) maintains eye health and good vision. In addition, homeopathic ingredients such as Allium cepa and Ars. Iod helps to control allergy symptoms such as sneezing, wheezing chest, inflammation in the eyes and irritability.

You may get more info here http://www.healthherbsandnutrition.com/remedies/a/allergies.htm

I have year round allergies from dust mites...you can't get rid of them permanently but you can decrease the amount in your home. My allergist said wood floors help, they also have special sheets, and bedding to help get rid of them too. Also there are allergy shots which can take up to 3 years to fully build immunity and you have to go once a week.

These are two allergy relief/elimination techniques that I've used with really good results: NAET and the BioAllergenix BAX-3000 which is a computer assisted, laser technique. They are both drug free, needle free and pain free. While they won't work overnight they both have high success rates for treating allergies of all kinds. I have more information on my website at YourLawrencevilleChiropractor.com/Allerg…

stay away from he as much as you can you should not have that problem any more

Allergy Goddess
There is no way to avoid dust! You are right about that. You can do a lot to reduce your symptoms though. It is estimated that 80% of people have a dust mite allergy and those mites love living in our beds and pillows. Here are some essentials to help you feel better:

-Encase your mattresses and pillows in dust mite proof covers (they love our beds-lots of yummy skin flakes for them to eat)

-Get a good air purifier for your bedroom and run it all the time

-Wash you bedding weekly in hot water that gets to at least 140 degrees or use a laundry additive to kill dustmites in cold water

-Use a HEPA vacuum cleaner to make sure that your environment is really getting clean

-Use a cleaning product to eliminate dust mites in carpet (or get rid of carpets all together) and on curtains and other upholstered surfaces

If you at least cover you bed and pillows you will start to feel relief-the rest is icing on the cake!

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