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					Crab allergy: Symptoms and How to Overcome It


Crab or seafood allergies we usually encounter in our communities.
According to some studies the occurrence of allergic hypersensitivity is
caused by the body to foods that contain high protein. We know with the
shrimp, crab or most of ocean fish contain lots of protein or its
derivatives.

For those whose bodies can not tolerate high protein content of the
material - material, usually there will be a show of resistance the
body's reaction to it. symptoms that may arise can be varied, ranging
from reddish spots to dizziness or trouble breathing.

For those who experienced the disruption of marine food, the easiest way
to cope is to avoid eating these foods. Several studies have found that
allergies are actually difficult to be cured, but can only be reduced
reaction.

* Symptoms that arise because of allergies crab
In general, the process of digestion that occurs in the body will take
time, therefore, allergic symptoms may occur within minutes after a meal
or even a new entry will occur after several hours. The initial symptoms
of allergy to crab can be a wide - range, but the most common of the
emergence of itching in the mouth, difficulty swallowing and difficulty
breathing. When crabs are eaten has reached the stomach and small
intestine, the symptoms are usually nausea, diarrhea, vomiting - vomiting
and abdominal pain.

We also need to know that the food distributed by digestion through the
circulation of blood throughout the body. Therefore, when the juice -
juice of the crab reaches the skin, it will trigger the eczema. When it
reaches the lungs - pulmonary, allergy symptoms arising crab is usually
difficulty in breathing or asthma. The most frightening symptoms of shock
are anafilatik characterized by decreased blood pressure and
consciousness. At this stage, if the patient does not get help quickly
and accurately can lead to death.

* How to handle allergies crab
Avoid the crab is the most fundamental thing to do. A more programmatic
way is to create a list of what diet should not be eaten because they
contain crab in it. When the crabs are not aware of inedible and cause
allergy symptoms, it is necessary to the treatment of the symptoms.

Giving antihistamines can be done if symptoms occur on the skin,
gastrointestinal tract, sneezing, asthma and nasal discomfort. If the
symptoms appear relatively heavy and dangerous, it needs to be taken to
the doctor to get further treatment for the symptoms and tackle the
dangers of crab allergy occurs.

				
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