How to Deal with Allergies During Pregnancy

Are you suffering from allergies during pregnancy? No panic, here’s how you should behave and how you can deal with it wisely.

Dust, mold, pollen, cat dander etc are all environmental allergens that can trigger allergic reactions … especially in pregnancy.

About a quarter of all pregnant women have suffered from allergies while not allergic before pregnancy!

The main cause are hormones that induce vasodilation and a swelling of the nasal passages, can cause unexpected allergy attacks.

What can you do?

If you are pregnant and you have allergy attacks, you must first avoid antihistamines or cortisone medication until the doctor won’t give you a green light. talk with your doctor is ESSENTIAL to ENSURE CORRECT treatment.

In most cases, it was found that antihistamines are quite safe for pregnancy and do not pose a risk to the fetus. However, the Allergists agree that it is better not to take medication without a doctor’s prescription. Check constructmaterials for pregnancy styles.

Decongestants contain pseudoephedrine to be avoided during the first trimester, when the risks to the fetus are higher.

Prevention and treatment of allergies during pregnancy

Whether you are allergic or have ever been, if you found out I was pregnant, you should avoid having to deal with exposures to risk factors such as cat dander, pollen, mold and dust mites. Cats in particular should be avoided even for toxoplasmosis.

Stay away from people who smoke and try to avoid chemicals (such as paint thinners, detergents etc.), prevents allergic reactions.

Finally, if you run into an allergy, you can use natural or in homeopathic remedies against allergies.

Natural remedies against allergies during pregnancy

To clear the airway, appease the tears and itching, one of the best methods are the nasal wash.

In herbal medicine, you’ll find ointments and topical herbal products, preferably, to mitigate the effects.

The Nettle leaf is a natural antihistamine that can be very effective because it blocks the body’s ability to produce histamine naturally. Can be taken in capsules or as herbal tea under the consulting herbalist.

When mixed with Peppermint leaves and Red Raspberry leaf is a refreshing and relief from itching.

Recent research has highlighted the correlation between beneficial bacteria in the intestines and a reduction of allergies. Result: probiotics fight allergies.

Menthol TALC on reddened areas can give relief.

There isn’t much scientific evidence supporting this, but apparently the honey consumption helps the body adapt to environmental allergens.

Even the diet may help fight and prevent allergy problems. Eat more fruits and vegetables helps rebalance your immune system and fight better allergy symptoms.