The Impact Of Changing Seasons: Seasonal Allergy Prevalence And Management

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  • Sabira Sultana
  • Aisha Sethi
  • Shehla Akbar
  • Rizwana Dilshad
  • Saharish khaliq
  • Rida siddique
  • Numera Arshad
  • Areeba Iqbal

Abstract

The allergic reactions can manifest in a variety of organs and are thought to be multifactorial, heterogeneous disorders brought on by the interaction of environmental and genetic factors. The aim of the research work is to evaluate current understanding on the environmental factors that affect the prevalence and progression of allergic illnesses such asthma, allergic rhinitis, atopic dermatitis, and allergic conjunctivitis. The local temperature may have an immediate impact on each patient, but it also shapes the flora and fauna in certain geographic areas, which impacts the sources of airborne and food allergies. According to epidemiological research, air pollution is strongly associated with the onset and progression of asthma and other allergic illnesses. Airborne allergens, such as dust mites, pollen, fungus, and animal dander, are among the environmental elements that have been the subject of the most research. Particulate matter (PM) and gaseous pollutants produced by industry and automobile traffic, such as ozone (O3) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2), have received the majority of attention. Diesel exhaust particle (DEP) can bind proteins and act as a possible allergy carrier by reaching the respiratory tract deeply. Foods can cause both real IgE-mediated allergies as well as a variety of non-immunological reactions linked to the immediate release of mediators or hazardous activities. More than 85,000 chemicals have been identified as being present in the human environment, and they may behave as contact allergens or irritants, resulting in allergic or non-allergic contact dermatitis. Infections may contribute to the worsening of the course of allergic disorders, which have historically been linked to their etiopathogenesis.

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2024-02-17

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Sultana, S. ., Sethi, A. ., Akbar, S. ., Dilshad, R. ., khaliq, S. ., siddique, R. ., Arshad, N. ., & Iqbal, A. . (2024). The Impact Of Changing Seasons: Seasonal Allergy Prevalence And Management. Migration Letters, 21(S6), 406–429. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/7925

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