Natural Care Aller Fix Natural Allergy Relief temporarily relieves allergy symptoms from hay fever or respiratory allergies such as sinus congestion, sneezing, nasal discharge, itchy or burning eyes, and headache. When a person is exposed to an allergen by inhaling it, swallowing it or getting it on the skin, the body starts its immune response. Watery eyes, sneezing and sinus congestion are all part of the bodies natural defense mechanism. AllerFix can help with those symptoms. AllerFix is an innovative product with a proprietary homeoceutical formula that helps temporarily relieve allergy symptoms from hay fever or respiratory allergies such as sinus congestion, sneezing, nasal discharge, itchy or burning eyes, and headache.
NaturalCare AllerFix Helps Relieve Symptoms of:
- Runny Nose & Sneezing
- Congestion & Headache
- Itchy, Watery Eyes
Allergies are an abnormal response of the immune system. Not everyone has allergies. People inherit a tendency to be allergic, although not to any specific allergen. When one parent is allergic, their child has a 50% chance of having allergies. That risk jumps to 75% is both parents have allergies. People who have allergies have an immune system that reacts to a usually harmless substance in the environment. Allergies affect at least two out of every ten Americans. Most environmental allergens contact the skin, eyes, or are inhaled. That's why, most symptoms affect the skin, eyes or the respiratory passages. Risk factors for allergies can be placed in two general categories, personal and environmental.
Personal Factors Include:
- Heredity - the most significant
Four Major Environmental Factors:
- Changes in exposure to infectious diseases during early childhood
- Environmental pollution
- Allergen levels
- Dietary changes
What Happens During An Allergic Reaction?
First, a person is exposed to an allergen by inhaling it, swallowing it, or getting it on or under their skin. After a person is exposed to the allergen, a series of events create the allergic reaction:
- The body starts its immune response by releasing histamine and then produces a specific type of antibody, called 1gE, to bind the allergen.
- The antibodies attach to a form of blood cell called a mast cell. Mast cells can be found in the airways, intestines, and elsewhere. The presence of mast cells in the airways and GI tract makes these areas more susceptible to allergen exposure.
- The allergens bind to the 1gE, which is attached to the mast cell, This causes the mast cells to release a variety of chemicals into the blood. Histamine, the main chemical, causes most of the symptoms of an allergic reaction.