Senin, 12 April 2010

Can Medicines Cure Mold Allergy?

Mold allergies will usually happen to persons who are very sensitive to mold spores. You can be affected by mold spores in any places, but most cases mold allergies happen within the comfort of your home.
Mold allergies are considered as allergies caused by airborne pollutants, spores released by mold are necessary for mold’s life cycle. Spores are encased by tough protective casing which allow them to sustain many physical factors. We will fight a losing battle if we can’t reduce the amount of spores on the air.
Allergic reactions caused by mold spores are quite similar to other types of allergies, you may have irritations, sneezes, sore throats, runny nose and flu-like symptoms. Medicines may not cure the allergy, but they can minimize the symptoms and make your life easier.
If you go to the doctor and complain about mold allergy, you can be given bronchodilators, corticosteroids and antihistamines. These drugs are only intended to reduce the symptoms, not the allergy. However recently, there is a method of fighting mold allergy, you can be given a number of injections, containing parts of mold spores, which is intended to lower your body reaction. The dosage is increased over time which will hopefully, reduce the probability of mold allergy.

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