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RašytiTemos pavadinimas: Shortness of Breath and Allergies   16/08/11, 01:29 pm

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Many people often wonder about shortness of breath and allergies, and if both the conditions are related to each other somehow. The answer is yes, because there are many allergies that surface in an individual as shortness of breath. In fact, most shortness of breath allergies have this effect on people, and leave them short of breath for many minutes. People who have developed severe allergies to certain substances may suddenly be faced with an onset of this condition, which is very similar to an asthma attack.

Asthma and allergies often go hand in hand, and an asthmatic attack is known to be caused due to some allergic substance in the air. Since asthma is a disease that affects the wind pipes in the body, it is only natural for some harmful external substance (that one is allergic to) to cause some kind of reaction, or attack in a person. This is why allergies and shortness of breath almost always go hand in hand, in addition to other symptoms and causes of shortness of breath.

Shortness of Breath from Allergies

The most common shortness of breath allergies are caused by dust particles and the like in the atmosphere. This can affect any individual, irrespective of their medical history, as these can enter the nasal passages any time. There is a very real possibility of other harmful particles also entering the system along with the dust, and these can certainly cause shortness of breath and allergies in one and all.

This condition is most easily recognizable by the clear feeling of breathlessness that appears, and this may be accompanied by unbearable chest pain as well. Some people are badly affected by certain materials and particles like dust and pollen, whereas some people are even affected by certain food allergies. All these add up to the blocking of the bronchial tubes which carry air into the lungs, and leave one feeling breathless. This shows us that shortness of breath due to allergies is a very real possibility and threat to individuals.

Shortness of breath is a condition that is also known as 'Dyspnea', and this is something that can arise at any moment. It does not matter if you are out exerting yourself somewhere, or if you are resting somewhere indoors. Any foreign body blocking the passages of the lung can lead to the onset of breathing problems, so you must be prepared at all times.

Possible Solutions

The first thing you need to do is determine if you are allergic to certain substances. It can be some external particle like pollen or mold that is commonly found in the air, or it can even be some kind of food item. When this harmful substance enters your body, it reacts to cause breathlessness. Shortness of breath allergies can be avoided only if you are aware of the substance that you are allergic to. This knowledge will definitely help you in avoiding shortness of breath after eating. You must visit a doctor to try and determine the nature of this material. He will carry put several tests to try and help you out by suggesting some form of allergy relief.

Apart from that, you should have access to an inhaler for the possibility of this condition. An inhaler is not something that is useful only to asthmatic patients, so you can also make use of this if you are experiencing shortness of breath allergies. This will help clear out your passages, and will make breathing far easier and smoother for you. If your doctor has determined what substances you are likely to develop allergic reactions to, he will also provide you with a suitable dose of the necessary medications to be taken at such a time. With the help of these medications, some natural remedies for allergies and an inhaler, you can get rid of this problem almost immediately.

Many people often ask the question, "Do any allergies cause shortness of breath?", and the answer is certainly yes. There are plenty of shortness of breath allergies that could affect anyone at any point in time.
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