Allergies are different between adults and children. The main reason is that the respiratory system in children is smaller. The bronchi and bronchioles are narrower so even a slight decrease in diameter of these airways can have serious consequences. Many children outgrow their allergies. A child's allergy is an immune system reaction. The child is reacting to a specific substance, or allergen. The immune system of a child responds to the invading allergen by releasing histamine and other chemicals that typically trigger symptoms in the nose, lungs, throat, sinuses, ears, eyes, skin, or stomach lining The Allergy team offer a high quality service supporting children and young people with a range of allergic illnesses including food Allergy ,Allergic Rhinitis, Allergic Asthma.
Paediatric immunology contains allergies, chronic infections, children and adolescents. Allergic and immunologic conditions include asthma, allergies including all food allergies, anaphylaxis, allergic, hives, eczema, immune deficiencies, occupational allergies, mastocytosis, eosinophilic esophagitis, atopic dermatitis, drug allergy and stinging insect allergy.
An abnormal response of the body to a certain food is known as food allergy when child coughs a lot, or frequently develops a rash or hives, or gets a stomach ache, cramps or nausea after eating certain foods may be allergic. It is important to know that food allergy is different than food intolerance, which does not affect the immune system, although some of the same symptoms might be present. Most children with food allergies are prescribed epinephrine (adrenaline) which is administered with an auto-injector as soon as symptoms develop. Early identification of childhood allergies improves the quality of life of the children
Asthma symptoms are not same in all the children and these symptoms can vary from time to time in the same child. Asthma is the present ongoing (chronic) inflammation of airways in the lungs. This inflammation makes the airways vulnerable and result in difficulty for breathing (asthma attacks). Common triggers include allergies, colds and exercise. Controlling of inflammation in managed with drugs for avoiding triggers when possible and using medications to treat asthma attacks. Majority of asthmatic children show intermittent symptoms while the minority have persistent symptoms, reflecting the underlying chronic inflammation.
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