Peanut allergy is one of the most common fatal food allergies due to its prevalence, persistence and potential severity of allergic reaction. It is a Type One hypersensitivity reaction of the immune system to peanuts. Peanut allergy is one of the most common food allergies. Being allergic to peanuts does not mean you have a greater chance of being allergic to another legume.
Peanuts can cause a severe, potentially life-threatening allergic reaction (anaphylaxis). Allergic reactions can be unpredictable, and even very small amounts of peanut can cause one. Casual skin contact is less likely to trigger a severe reaction. But casual contact can become a problem if the affected area then touches the eyes, nose or mouth. Any person regardless of age and gender can develop an allergy even with the slightest amount of peanut intake.
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Peanut allergy treatment is complicated; our specially formulated medicine needs to be taken orally for up to eight weeks. Most of the mild to moderate cases respond positively in this short time. By the end of the treatment more than 90% of the patients are cured. Some patients with multiple allergies or other medical conditions may have to continue the medication till they are cured. The medication is extremely safe, akin to over-the-counter medication.
Peanut allergy is quite common these days. It is prominent in people of every age group. Luckily, the indications or symptoms of peanut allergy are easily visible. Below is the list of the various symptoms of this type of allergy.
- Physical symptoms of an allergic reaction to peanuts can include anaphylaxis
- • Mild pruritus, urticaria, angiodema, eczema, facial swelling, sneezing, rhinitis, asthma, abdominal pain, drop in blood pressure and cardiac arrest are some other indications of peanut allergy.
Symptoms of peanut allergies are caused by the action of Immunoglobulin E (IgE) and other anaphylatoxins, which act to release histamine and other mediator substances from mast cells (degranulation). In addition to other effects, histamine induces vasodilation of arterioles and constriction of bronchioles in the lungs, also known as bronchospasm.