Most Common Triggers of Anaphylaxis

We have all experienced an allergic reaction at some point or another in our early lives. There was discomfort involved and a cocktail of symptoms varying from watering eyes, itchy skin rashes, wheezing and vomiting. The most common allergies by far occur from contact with dust or pollen. Usually, once we get some distance from whatever is causing the allergy, we recover quickly. But sometimes, the body has a critical allergic reaction which might need immediate medical treatment. This is known as Anaphylaxis. The phenomenon has been defined by The National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom as “a severe and potentially life-threatening reaction to a trigger such as an allergy”. The body goes into what is known in medical terms as “