Whenever your body rapidly develops serious allergic reactions, it mainly leads to anaphylaxis.
This anaphylaxis usually affects various parts of your body and is quite potential to become more fatal and threatening health condition for you.
However, most of the people who suffer with various allergic conditions can experience only a minor annoyance from those allergic symptoms.
Very few people among you are usually susceptible to this kind of anaphylactic reaction, which can mainly lead to sudden shock or death.
Chemicals released by anti bodies can play a major role!
Anaphylaxis can mainly occur when your body’s immune system reacts severely with certain potential allergens. Potential triggers of anaphylaxis can mainly include certain foods [Food allergy], medications, latex [Latex allergy] and even insect venoms.
Whenever these potential triggers of allergy enter into your body, your immune system mainly produces certain antibodies which can defend against these particular foreign substances or allergens.
If these antibodies come in contact with these allergens, they will mainly release certain chemicals, which can become main sources for developing allergy symptoms in you.
The food of chemicals which are released by antibodies during anaphylaxis potentially make your blood pressure to drop. As a result, your bronchial tubes become narrow in size and causes difficulty in breathing or unconsciousness or it can lead to death.
You can experience this anaphylactic response within seconds after your exposure to any allergen like venom of any insect sting or any ingested food particle to which your body’s immune system is allergenic.
Certain disorders which can appear similar to anaphylaxis!
Several health disorders can appear much similar to anaphylaxis. Vaso-vagal reaction, which is commonly known as fainting in simple terms is most commonly confused with anaphylaxis.
The main difference between a fainting and anaphylactic reaction is that with fainting, you can experience slow pulse with cool and pale skin. Hives and difficulty in breathing are usually not included in fainting.
Certain other conditions which are often confused with anaphylaxis can be heart attacks, formation of blood clots in lungs, panic attacks and certain septic shocks. So, identifying the main warning signs of anaphylaxis is very important in order to get solution for any kind of health condition.
Remember, anaphylaxis can affect very few people and is also considered uncommon allergic condition. But once if you experience, it can cause severe life threatening health condition.
So, be aware of it! Identify the major warning symptoms of anaphylaxis as soon as possible and prevent various fatal conditions. Staying away from those potential allergens can be the best method to prevent various disasters of allergic reactions.