The truth is…
Stress doesn’t cause any allergies, but chronic stress may trigger the symptoms.
Allergy is identified as clinical diseases that affect more than 40% of the world’s population. Adding chronic stress to combine with your discomfort or irritation may become even worse. Because stress can cause chemical changes in your body that may affect your immune system, and you become more sensitive.
Here are some stress and allergy symptoms…
- Hay fever — during hay fever season and you are going through stressful time you may experience runny nose, sneezing worse and itchy eyes.
- Hives — those raised, red and often itchy spots on your skin usually indicate an allergic reaction of some sort, but they also may be triggered by stress. If your rash is related to stress, managing stress may help reduce outbreaks.
If all the stressors in your life disappear do you think all your allergy symptoms may stop? NO, but by using a positive step to help manage stress, it’s possible to ease them.
Here’s how to break the cycle.
- Get enough sleep
- Make a habit to exercise everyday
- Try deep breathing
- Speak to your doctor
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