Allergy Lifestyle Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 days ago

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  • Training in use of Adrenaline Auto-Injectors key to correct technique

    Adrenaline auto injectors (AAIs) are the first line treatment for anaphylaxis. If given in time, they can halt the progression of anaphylaxis and give time to seek emergency medical treatment. Anaphylaxis is becoming more common over time. Rates of hospital admissions in the UK for all causes of anaphylaxis have increased seven-fold between 1992 and […] The post Training in use of Adrenaline Auto-...

Allergy Lifestyle Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 weeks ago

New blog articles detected

  • We’re an award winning allergy blog!

    We’ve are delighted to announce that we won the Most Innovative Blog at this years Allergy Blog Awards UK which took place on Saturday in Manchester! First of all we want to thank all of you who voted to get us through the first round of votes. We really appreciate all of you and we’re […] The post We’re an award winning allergy blog! appeared first on Allergy Lifestyle.

Allergy Lifestyle Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

New blog articles detected

  • New Adrenaline Auto Injector in Development – Oval Medical

    A new, smaller adrenaline auto injector is currently in development by Oval Medical, a UK based pharmaceutical device company. The new auto injector is designed to be compact, portable and easy to use. The device is less than half the size of the current market leader at 9.3 cm x 2.975 cm x 1.6 cm. […] The post New Adrenaline Auto Injector in Development – Oval Medical appeared first on Allergy Li...

  • Predicting Anaphylaxis – Who will have an anaphylactic reaction?

    Past allergic reactions are not indicators of the severity of future allergic reactions. If you have only had mild allergic reactions in the past, it doesn’t mean that you won’t have a severe or even life threatening reaction in the future. The most commonly used allergy tests (skin prick tests or allergen-specific IgE blood tests) […] The post Predicting Anaphylaxis – Who will have an anaphylacti...

Allergy Lifestyle Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Study: Milk and Egg Allergies more stressful than Peanut and Tree Nut Allergies

    Mealtimes are stressful for the parents of kids with food allergies. Everything your child eats needs to be checked for allergens. Food allergies can cause severe allergic reactions including anaphylaxis. Peanut and tree nut allergies are often viewed as being more severe than other food allergies. This reputation may be because they are more common […] The post Study: Milk and Egg Allergies more ...

  • Teenagers with support systems take fewer risks with food allergies

    Teenagers and young adults with food allergies are at the highest risk of a fatal anaphylactic reaction. Nearly 70% of fatal food allergy related anaphylaxis occurs in those aged between 13 and 24 years old. Multiple studies show that this is due to risk-taking behaviours such as not carrying an auto injector with them, not […] The post Teenagers with support systems take fewer risks with food all...

  • How to avoid nut and peanut induced allergic reactions on airplanes

    A study was carried out to identify what can reduce the risk of having an allergic reaction on-board a plane. There are few situations which are more stressful for people with peanut or tree nut allergies than flying on an airplane. Airline policy for people with allergies differs between airlines and countries. Some airlines stop […] The post How to avoid nut and peanut induced allergic reactions...

Allergy Lifestyle Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

New blog articles detected

  • Navigating Halloween with Food Allergies

    October is here and soon parents and children’s minds will be turning to costumes, games and trick or treating. Halloween should be a little bit scary and a lot of fun!  Ghoulish costumes, ghost and witches, trick or treating and scary sounds.  But for parents of kids with food allergies scary can take on a […] The post Navigating Halloween with Food Allergies appeared first on Allergy Lifestyle.

  • Kissing with Allergies

      The romance of a first kiss may send pulses racing but it can be riddled with danger for people who suffer from serious food allergies or anaphylaxis. So what can you do to reduce the risk of anaphylactic shock while dating. 1)   Bring your Adrenaline Auto-injectors. Going on a date is exiting, you have probably changed your […] The post Kissing with Allergies appeared first on Allergy Lifestyle...

  • Anaphylaxis – What do you do after giving adrenaline?

    What do you do if a child in your care has an anaphylactic reaction? Giving adrenaline is the first line treatment for anaphylaxis. It helps to treat symptoms by opening up the airways and increasing blood pressure (Check out our blog post for more information: How to Recognise and Treat Anaphylaxis). The next step is […] The post Anaphylaxis – What do you do after giving adrenaline? appeared firs...

  • Allergies & Anaphylaxis at Christmas!

    Christmas is coming and along with the excitement of preparing for Santa, visitors and parties, if you have allergies extra vigilance is required over the holiday season to make sure everyone has a happy and safe Christmas.  Taking a little time to plan ahead for your allergy management over the Christmas is important as an […] The post Allergies & Anaphylaxis at Christmas! appeared first on Aller...

  • Allergy Blog Awards 2017

    We are delighted to have been nominated for an Allergy Blog Award in the “Most Informative” and “Most Innovative” categories! Thank you so much to those who nominated us. The public voting round is now open and the opposition is fierce. There are many other great blogs with huge followings, so we really appreciate anyone taking […] The post Allergy Blog Awards 2017 appeared first on Allergy Lifest...

Allergy Lifestyle Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 6 months ago

New blog articles detected

  • When should you give adrenaline?

    If you suspect that a child with a severe food allergy may have accidentally eaten some of the food they are allergic to, do you give them a shot of adrenaline? If they don’t have any of the symptoms of anaphylaxis, should you wait and see or go ahead and give them the adrenaline? Many […] The post When should you give adrenaline? appeared first on Allergy Lifestyle.

Allergy Lifestyle Ltd

Category: Content
Type: Youtube Video

Generated 7 months ago

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