Summer allergies: Enjoy the season without sneezing
London Allergy and Immunology Centre | Allergy Blog
by Costa
1d ago
Summer allergies: Enjoy the season without sneezing Picture this: You’re planning a picnic with friends at Hyde Park. The sun is shining, the sky is a clear blue, and you’re all set with your favourite sandwiches and lemonade. But just as you settle down, your nose starts to twitch, your eyes begin to water, and before you know it, you’re reaching for tissues more than the sandwiches. This is the reality for many during summer. Summer is a wonderful time for outdoor activities, but for many, it also brings the challenge of managing seasonal allergies. The beautiful blossoms and warm weather c ..read more
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Travelling with allergies: Essential tips for a safe and enjoyable trip
London Allergy and Immunology Centre | Allergy Blog
by Costa
1w ago
Travelling with allergies: Essential tips for a safe and enjoyable trip Summer’s here, and you’re finally getting around to planning that dream holiday to Italy. You’re excited about the Vatican, the art, and, of course, the food. But, during a lovely dinner in Rome, you suddenly experience severe stomach cramps and hives. The culprit? A hidden nut in your pesto sauce.  Travelling is one of life’s greatest pleasures, offering a chance to explore new cultures, foods, and landscapes. However, for those with allergies, it can also bring about a unique set of challenges. Whether you’re journ ..read more
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Beat the heat: Understanding summer skin allergies
London Allergy and Immunology Centre | Allergy Blog
by Costa
2w ago
Beat the heat: Understanding summer skin allergies Imagine spending a perfect day at Brighton Beach. The sun is shining, the waves are inviting, and you’re ready to soak in the summer vibes. But by the end of the day, your skin is red, itchy, and covered in tiny bumps. This unpleasant surprise is a common experience for many who suffer from summer skin allergies. Summer promises sunny days, beach outings, and outdoor adventures. However, the increased heat and sun exposure can also trigger various skin allergies. Understanding these allergies and knowing how to manage them can help you enjoy t ..read more
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Summer allergies in children: Keep the fun going
London Allergy and Immunology Centre | Allergy Blog
by Costa
3w ago
Summer allergies in children: Keep the fun going Picture this: You’ve planned a fantastic day at the park with your little ones. They’re excited about the playground, the picnic, and the chance to run around. But shortly after arriving, your child starts sneezing, their eyes water, and they can’t stop rubbing their nose. What was meant to be a joyous day turns into a struggle with allergy symptoms. This scenario is all too common for many families. Summer is a time for children to play, explore, and enjoy the great outdoors. However, for kids with allergies, the season can also bring a range o ..read more
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Travelling with allergies: How to tell the difference between allergies and illness
London Allergy and Immunology Centre | Allergy Blog
by Costa
1M ago
Travelling with allergies: How to tell the difference between allergies and illness Travelling is a rite of passage. It’s always an exciting adventure to experience new places rich with unique foods, spaces, flavours, textures, and cultures. However, this excitement can sometimes come with unexpected and uncomfortable health symptoms. Travelling with allergies can be frustrating, especially when you don’t realise you have them. Understanding whether these symptoms are due to allergies or illnesses can help you enjoy your trip to the fullest. Here’s a guide to help you differentiate betwee ..read more
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Tired of unexplained fatigue? Allergies might be the culprit
London Allergy and Immunology Centre | Allergy Blog
by Costa
1M ago
Feeling constantly tired or plagued by unexplained symptoms? ???????? It might not just be stress. Allergies could be the silent culprit It’s a common misconception that allergies mean instant anaphylactic shock — a dire, life-threatening reaction. While anaphylaxis is certainly a severe and real aspect of some allergic reactions, the spectrum of allergy symptoms is broad and often less dramatic, yet still troubling. If you’re struggling with unexplained symptoms, it’s worth considering whether an allergy could be the cause. What does an allergy look like? Allergies manifest in numerous ways ..read more
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Hay fever and children: Understanding and managing seasonal allergies for your little one
London Allergy and Immunology Centre | Allergy Blog
by Costa
2M ago
Hay fever, or allergic rhinitis, is a common issue that affects many people, especially in the UK. One in three people live with allergies and hay fever, roughly 21 million people in total. This number includes a significant number of children, with 10-15% affected. Unlike adults, children may not always be able to articulate their discomfort or understand why they feel unwell, making diagnosis and management of hay fever in children uniquely challenging.  Recognising and treating hay fever in children is crucial, not only for their immediate comfort but also to prevent longer-term ..read more
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Survive your hay fever symptoms this spring
London Allergy and Immunology Centre | Allergy Blog
by Costa
2M ago
Survive your hay fever symptoms this spring Hay fever season is here. Boo.  For many of us, spring is a less-than-welcome visitor. While it brings warmth and longer days, it also brings misery to almost half of the population. But don’t worry—there are ways to manage your symptoms effectively and enjoy the season to the fullest.  We’ve put together some practical steps to help you thrive despite hay fever this spring so you won’t have to hide under the stairs like Harry Potter for the next four months. Signs of hayfever and pollen allergies It’s important to differentiate between ha ..read more
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All you need to know about hay fever in the UK 
London Allergy and Immunology Centre | Allergy Blog
by Costa
3M ago
All you need to know about hay fever in the UK  As the weather battles to transition into spring, many of us are likely to start finding ourselves grappling with the unwelcome symptoms of hay fever. Unlike the common cold, hay fever stems from an allergic reaction to pollen, which varies in type and intensity throughout the year.  If you struggle with hay fever every year, you’re not alone. Alternatively, a recent change may have triggered a new experience for you. 49% of the UK report yearly had hay fever symptoms, making it one of the most common allergies. Understanding the diffe ..read more
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Three hidden reasons you might still feel tired after a full night’s sleep
London Allergy and Immunology Centre | Allergy Blog
by Costa
3M ago
Three hidden reasons you might still feel tired after a full night’s sleep It can be frustrating to wake up feeling exhausted despite getting the recommended 8 hours of sleep. If you’re still tired, you may be experiencing non-restorative sleep – sleep that isn’t restful. But what causes this issue? While stress and excessive phone use before bedtime are common culprits, allergies and intolerances can also significantly, often overlooked, impact sleep quality. It’s important to understand and address these factors. Prolonged exposure to such disruptions can lead to severe long-term health impa ..read more
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