Reactions to Food Allergies

Food allergies is something people deal with on a daily basis. Because every person’s body is different, some people can eat virtually anything that they want, while others may have a bad reaction when they eat specific kinds of foods. For people who want to know how certain foods can affect the body, here’s a brief overview of how people may react to peanuts, milk and eggs.

Allergic Reactions to Peanuts

Even though peanuts may be highly recommended on many different types of healthy diet regimens, they are not always for everyone. Since some people are allergic to peanuts, they cannot eat them without experiencing some kind of allergic response. While the reactions will often different from one individual to another, here’s some common symptoms that normally occur in people who are exposed to peanuts, either eaten or simple contact exposure.

Tightening of the throat Runny noses ,Hives, redness or swelling that affects the skin Itching or tingling in or around the mouth and throat vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, stomach cramps Wheezing or shortness of breath

In some cases, the person’s reaction is so severe that they should be taken to the emergency room for the appropriate treatment. Many of which involves reactions that result in the constriction of airways, rapid pulse, swelling that makes it hard for them to breathe, shock (severe drop in blood pressure, loss of consciousness, dizziness, or lightheaded.

Allergic Reactions to Milk

Some people love milk so much that they will drink eat everyday. For breakfast, lunch and dinner time, they may include milk with every meal. Unfortunately, other people cannot drink milk at all since they have an allergic reaction to it each time that they include it will a meal or snack. In fact, while the reactions will vary from one person to another, it may only take a few minutes to an hour for this nice tasting beverage to provoke a reaction. Some of the most common signs are listed below.
Vomiting Hives Wheezing Watery eyes Colic, in babies Runny Noses Coughing or wheezing Itchy skin rash, often around the mouth
In some cases, the symptoms will often result in more severe problems to digestive system including an individual experiencing loose stools that contain blood, bloating, gas, diarrhea and abdominal cramps.

Allergic Reactions to Eggs
Bacon and eggs sounds like a great start to a morning meal since many mothers prepare them for their family before they go off to school and work. This is a breakfast that is relatively quick to make and serve so it has become a staple for those who want to grab a bite and go. On the other hand, some family members may be left out of this equation when they have an allergy to eggs. Some of the most common signs include:
Runny noses Hives or Skin inflammation congestion sneezing Anaphylaxis vomiting or Cramps coughing, wheezing,chest tightness or shortness of breath

The type of reaction to eggs will differ from one individual to another. So, its important for people to know when they should look for emergency care.

By Victor Brookshire