Allergies & Intolerances

Allergic diseases in children

For several decades, the incidence of allergy diseases in children has been increasing and particularly asthma, with its significant impact on the world Health constantly increasing. According to recent comparative studies on the frequency of Allergies in former East...

FOOD ALLERGIES IN ADULTS

FOOD ALLERGIES IN ADULTS: WHAT IS IT ABOUT? In a survey of hundreds of people, 30% of respondents reported that they or a family member had a food allergy. All kinds of food intolerances such as e.g Flatulence after ingesting legumes, intolerance to milk sugar...

Eczema, Urticaria

Eczema and Urticaria are two different manifestations of a skin allergy, but the main symptom is pruritus (itching). In eczema, there is generally a so-called contact form, caused directly by an allergenic external substance (treated in the chapter on contact...

Acute Allergy

Acute allergies are characterised by the sudden onset of symptoms, i.e. they occur within seconds to minutes. In angioedema, the allergic reaction is limited to the deep layers of the skin and the underlying tissue. If acute allergic symptoms occur in organ systems...