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									{Allergies, being that they often occur instantaneously with little
reaction time, can be very serious or even fatal.|Fatality has been
associated with allergic reactions for years due to their rather sudden
occurrences, leaving little time for reaction.|The way allergic reactions
happen, people have been known to have little time to prepare or attend
to themselves before a fatality occurs.|The seriousness of an allergy can
be seen in the fact that people often do not have much time to react or
prepare for it.|Allergic reactions are serious enough to kill a person
because they happen suddenly, while the victim has little time to
react.|There is often very little time for an allergy victim to react to
an attack once it happens because it is often sudden and very
serious.|Fatality can sometimes be the result of an allergic reaction
when the sufferer does not have time to react or respond to an attack.|An
attack of allergies has been known time and again to kill a victim very
rapidly and suddenly, giving him no time to react to it.|Reactions to
allergies can kill rather suddenly, so people take them very
seriously.|The seriousness of an allergic reaction cannot be undermined
because it can be very sudden and violent, sometimes ending in the death
of the victim.} {Persons who experience indications of unease in the
vicinity of an allergen often get allergic reactions.|Allergens in the
environment cause uncomfortable symptoms in a person which in turn result
in an allergic reaction.|Allergies are actually reactions to allergens in
the surroundings to which a person may be sensitive, thus experiencing
uncomfortable symptoms.|When a person is sensitive to an allergen, he
tends to experience uncomfortable symptoms when around it, which may end
in an allergic reaction.|Uncomfortable symptoms in a person that is
sensitive to an allergen results in an allergic reaction.|Sensitivity to
an allergen results in an allergic reaction when the victim begins to
experience uncomfortable symptoms.|A victim of an allergic reaction is
someone who experiences uncomfortable symptoms in the presence or
vicinity of an allergen.|Allergens can cause substantial discomfort in a
person that is sensitive to them, resulting in violent allergic
reactions.|Allergic reactions occur as a result of sensitivity to an
allergen that causes extreme discomfort in a person.|An allergy is a
reaction to an allergen in an area by a person who is extremely
uncomfortable around it.}

{Well known allergens are dogs, cats, bee stings, dust, dust mites,
trees, weeds, molds, and foods, such as nuts, strawberries, and
shellfish, that result in reactions like skin rashes, hives, itching,
sneezing, or watery eyes within a short while of exposure.|Allergies vary
from skin rashes to hives, itching to sneezing, or watery eyes as a
result of exposure to dogs, cats, bee stings, dust, dust mites, trees,
weeds, molds, and foods, such as nuts, strawberries, and
shellfish.|Household pets like dogs and cats, invasive phenomena like bee
stings, dust, and molds, rare foods, such as nuts, strawberries, and
shellfish, are often the sources of allergic reactions that start to
occur within seconds of exposure to them and can result in anything from
gentle to violent reactions like skin rashes, hives, itching, sneezing,
or watery eyes.|Within short periods of exposure, some people can react
subtly or aggressively to dogs, cats, bee stings, dust, dust mites,
trees, weeds, molds, and foods, such as nuts, strawberries, and
shellfish, by developing skin rashes, hives, and itching, sneezing, or
even watery eyes.|Symptoms like skin rashes, hives, and itching,
sneezing, or watery eyes are allergic reactions that can occur within
seconds of exposure to pets or bee stings, dust particles, strange
vegetation and rare foods.|Skin rashes, itching, sneezing, or watery eyes
can occur in some people when exposed to some household pets, bee stings,
dust, weeds, molds, and not very common foods, like nuts, and
shellfish.|Although some reactions can be violent, others like rashes and
itching, sneezing, or watery eyes are known to be milder, often occurring
in a victim within seconds of exposure to dogs or cats, bee stings and
the likes, weeds, molds, nuts, strawberries, or shellfish.|Dogs, cats,
bee stings, dust, dust mites, trees, weeds, molds, and foods, such as
nuts, strawberries, and shellfish, cause mild or moderate allergic
reactions like rashes and hives, and itching, and sneezing, or watery
eyes in some people after short term exposure.|People, who are
hypersensitive to pets or stings, excessive dust, weeds and molds, and
uncommon foods like nuts, strawberries, and shellfish, usually react
within seconds by developing skin rashes, hives, and itching, sneezing,
or watery eyes.|Shellfish is chief amongst rare foods like strawberries
and some nuts, that along with several irritating phenomena like molds
and weeds, or excess dust, including several house pets cause
hypersensitive reactions like mild or moderate sneezing, watery eyes,
itching or rashes and the likes in several people.} {Respiratory
seizures, wheezing, nausea or vomiting, pains in the chest and abdomen,
tongue swelling, and even unconsciousness are more violent possible
reactions.|Allergic reactions more violent than the previous are
breathing difficulties, swelling of tongue, wheezing, nausea, pains and
unconsciousness.
The severe spectrum of allergic reactions ranges from breathing
difficulty to tongue swelling, nausea, pains and
unconsciousness.|Unconsciousness is a more severe allergic reaction,
along with chest and abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting, swelling of the
tongue, and difficulty breathing.|The loss of consciousness, development
of strange respiratory and bodily pains, swellings nausea and seizures
are more moderate to severe allergic reactions.|People who react more
aggressively develop swelling of their tongue, wheezing, breathing
seizures, tightness in the chest, vomiting or even
unconsciousness.|Anybody who suddenly begins to swell in the mouth – more
notably the tongue – starts vomiting, wheezing, developing abdominal and
chest aches, or even falling unconscious, is reacting more severely to an
allergen.|Allergic reactions can also be as severe as chest pains,
abdominal pains, vomiting, tongue swelling, or worse still,
unconsciousness.|Breathing difficulty, chest pains and tightness, nausea
and vomiting, wheezing, stomach aches, and even sudden passing out are
more severe reactions to allergens.|Worse than the foregoing are
reactions like breathing seizure, tongue swelling, chest and abdominal
pain, nausea and vomiting; even unconsciousness.}

{Immediate treatment is necessary in the case of even more violent
reactions that involve anaphylaxis or else the victim can die or go into
shock.|Death or anaphylactic shock can result in more severe allergic
reactions if the person is not given medical attention within mere
minutes of exposure.|Fifteen minutes or more after some more severe
reactions, a person can die or go into anaphylactic shock in the absence
of treatment.|Anaphylactic shock can result, sometimes culminating in
death if a person does not receive treatment within fifteen minutes of a
severe reaction.|Severe reactions like anaphylaxis can cause shock and
death in the absence of immediate medical attention.|Shock and eventual
death resulting from anaphylaxis can occur in a sufferer when within
fifteen minutes after a violent reaction if he does't get therapeutic
assistance.|Patients have been known to lapse into anaphylactic shock and
sometimes sudden death if they fail to get medical help within fifteen
minutes of a very violent allergic reaction.|In the absence of treatment
given to some victims within mere minutes of a violent reaction, they can
lapse into anaphylactic shock and eventual death.|Fatalities can actually
result from anaphylactic shock if medical attention is not given to a
victim within fifteen minutes after experiencing an allergic
reaction.|Sudden and severe allergic reactions can kill some people very
speedily if they don’t get treated within fifteen minutes of exposure to
an allergen.} {Although some reactions can take place instantly, others
can take a few hours, while some may only happen a whole day after
exposure.|Reactions can happen within a minute, an hour, or even a day
after exposure.|Allergic reactions occur anytime ranging from one minute
to one hour to even as much as one whole day from the moment of
exposure.|Exposure to an allergen can cause a reaction within a minute or
even a day.|Twenty-four hours after exposure, some victims may have not
yet felt the first symptoms of an allergic reaction, whereas other people
will react instantly.|Immediate allergic reactions occur just like
reactions that occur as many as twenty-four hours after exposure.|There
are some quick reactions, and there are some delayed ones that can take
up to twenty-four hours before the first symptoms appear.|Symptoms can
take up to a day before appearing in a victim, just as they can occur in
a few seconds in another victim, after exposure to allergen.|Within an
hour, a victim can react to an allergen, while others may not react until
a whole day has elapsed; and others within moments of exposure.|Reaction
time to exposure can vary from seconds to hours, and sometimes, even
days.}

{Repeated exposures to allergens often result eventually in more severe
allergic reactions, each time requiring less and less exposure.|Less
exposure to allergen are required to cause severe reactions after
repeated exposure over time.|After several exposures to an allergen,
people tend to react more violently requiring fewer amounts each time it
happens.|Allergens can cause more severe reactions in a victim after
repeated exposure to the allergens causing the reaction.|The more the
exposures to an allergen, the more severe a reaction is likely to be,
even if the exposure becomes less.|Each time a victim is exposed to an
allergen, his resistance to the substance continues to diminish,
resulting eventually in more severe reaction overtime.|The severity of an
allergic reaction may be as a result of repeated exposure to an allergen,
each time needing fewer amounts to cause a reaction.|When a person is
exposed repeatedly to an allergen, he increases his chances of getting a
violent or severe allergic reaction to the substance, even at less
exposure.|The chances of a person getting a severe allergic reaction
increases when he is exposed frequently to an allergen.|Severe allergic
reactions occur on the occasion of recurring contact with an allergen,
involving less and less exposure to trigger the reaction.}
{Antihistamines like Benadryl, or some decongestants, help to relieve
reactions to environmental and pet allergies, where some people may
actually go as far as getting immunotherapy and treatment for
asthma.|Immunotherapy and asthma treatments are more extreme measures
taken to counter environmental and pet allergies in addition to various
medications like decongestants and antihistamines like Benadryl.|Various
medications are used to help a patient overcome – or at least suppress –
pet and environment related allergies such as antihistamines,
decongestants, and even immunotherapy in some cases, or asthma
treatment.|Decongestants and antihistamines help to relieve environmental
and pet allergy symptoms, while some people go as far as treating asthma
or getting immunotherapy.|Environmental and pet allergies requires
treatment like antihistamines and decongestants, or in some cases,
immunotherapy and asthma treatment, to suppress symptoms.|In addition to
other medications that include asthma treatment and immunotherapy, some
people take antihistamines and decongestants to soothe their discomfort
with pet and environmental allergies.|Benadryl is an antihistamine that,
like any decongestant, helps to relieve symptoms of environmental and pet
allergies, but some opt for further measures like asthma treatment and
immunotherapy.|Symptoms of environmental and pet allergies can be
relieved by decongestants and antihistamines like Benadryl, or one can
take further steps and secure treatment for asthma or
immunotherapy.|Treatment or symptom suppressants for more common
allergies include antihistamines and decongestants, or extra measures
like asthma treatments or immune building processes.|To relieve the
symptoms of environmental and pet allergies, some people take Benadryl,
an antihistamine, or decongestants; while others undergo regular asthma
treating procedures and immunotherapy.}

{As much as possible, allergy inducing agents like shellfish, poison ivy
and peanuts, not to mention bee stings must be steered clear of as they
result in extreme reactions on exposure.|Severe reactions occur more
commonly on exposure to shellfish, poison ivy and peanuts, and as such,
these must be avoided as much as possible.|It goes without saying that
someone prone to allergic reactions must avoid peanuts, poison ivy,
shellfish, and bee stings due to the fact that they often cause more
severe reactions.|Established irritants and allergy inducers such as bee
stings and poison ivy, or their close relatives such as peanuts and
shellfish should be dutifully stayed away from since they cause more
severe reactions when exposed to them.|Exposure to bee stings, shell
fish, peanuts and poison ivy have been known to cause more severe
reactions so they should be shunned to whatever degree is possible.|Bee
stings have a notorious history of causing severe reactions in victims,
as do peanuts and poison ivy, and shellfish; and they must always be
avoided when possible.|Whenever possible, shellfish and poison ivy, and
peanuts and bee stings, that have been known to cause very violent
allergic reactions on exposure, should be avoided.|As long as it is
possible, shellfish, poison ivy, peanuts and bee stings that cause severe
allergic reactions when exposure occurs, ought to be avoided.|Being
exposed to substances like shellfish, poison ivy, peanuts and bee sting
can result in harsh responses so they must be avoided at all times
possible.|When exposure to bee stings, shellfish, poison ivy, and peanuts
occurs, severe reactions often follow; so they need to be circumvented
whenever you can.} {Experiences of severe allergic reactions have
prompted some adults and children to carry an Epi-Pen in preparation for
any accidental exposure.|To safe guard against accidental exposures,
adults and children who have had severe experiences in the past must not
do without carrying an Epi-Pen.|Accidental exposures in the past have
caused some to constantly carry an Epi-Pen to prevent severe allergic
reactions.|Severe allergic reactions that some have experienced before
have made many to always carry with them Epi-Pens, should they become
accidentally exposed.|Epi-Pens are carried by those who have had severe
allergic reactions in the past, in case of accidental exposure.|An Epi-
Pen protects a sufferer in the instance of accidental exposure if he has
learnt to carry one based on past experiences of severe reactions.|Many
adults and children who have endured brutal allergic reactions now take
with them an Epi-Pen in the case of accidental exposure.|Inadvertent
contact with an allergen can cause brutal allergic reactions and has
prompted some adults and children who have experienced this to always
carry an Epi-Pen.|In case of an unplanned exposure to an allergen, some
grown ups and even younger ones have adopted the practice of carrying an
Epi-Pen to check severe reactions.|Knowing they can inadvertently come in
contact with an allergen, some adults and children now carry Epi-Pens so
as not to repeat experiences of severe allergic reactions.}

{Ready for emergency administration, Epi-Pens contain epinephrine in a
pre-filled syringe.|The Epi-Pen comprises a pre-filled syringe that
contains epinephrine for instant administration.|A syringe in the Epi-Pen
contains epinephrine that is ready to be inhaled
instantly.|Administration of epinephrine pre-filled in a syringe in the
Epi-Pen has to be immediate.|Emergency use of the Epi-Pen must be done on
exposure to an allergen so it contains epinephrine in a pre-filled
syringe.|Epinephrine in a pre-filled syringe in the Epi-Pen is
administered on emergency to the victim on exposure.|Comprising a syringe
that contains epinephrine, emergency administration can be done by the
Epi-Pen.|With epinephrine in a pre-filled syringe, an Epi-Pen can be used
as a first aid treatment for a victim once exposed to an allergen.|A pre-
filled syringe in the Epi-Pen contains epinephrine for immediate
administration.|Emergency administration can be achieved by the Epi-Pen
using epinephrine stored in a pre-filled syringe that is a part of the
contrivance.} {This is used by injecting it into any large muscle in the
body after pulling off the needle guard.|A needle guard is removed and
the substance is injected into the thigh or any large muscle.|A large
muscle such as the thigh is required, into which the substance is
injected after removing the needle guard.|The thigh is one of many large
muscles in the body into which the epinephrine can be injected once
having pulled off the needle guard.|A guard protects the needle on the
Epi-Pen, which is removed right before the drug is administered into a
large muscle in the body.|Any large muscle may be used for administration
once the needle guard on the Epi-Pen has been pulled off.|By simply
pulling off the needle guard, the substance in the Epi-Pen is ready for
injection into any large muscle such as the thigh.|Administration is done
by injection of the substance into the thigh or other large muscles in
the body after removing the needle guard.|Large muscles like the thigh
receive the epinephrine into the bloodstream by injection via a needle
that is freed by pulling off a guard.|Inject into a large muscle such as
the thigh once you have removed the guard on the needle.} {There is no
need to take off any clothing since the Epi-Pen can be administered
through clothes.|Without wasting time to take off clothes, you can
administer the substance through clothing.|Clothing poses no problem as
administration can be done through it to save time.|The needle can go
right through you clothes so you don’t have to take them off to apply the
Epi-Pen.|The Epi-Pen does not need for you to remove clothing, thereby
wasting time before applying.|You can save time, keeping your clothes on
as you administer the Epi-Pen through your clothing.|Save time and
administer the Epi-Pen through your clothes if you must; it isn’t a
problem.|You do not have to dissipate valuable time removing your clothes
before you apply the Epi-pen.|The Epi-Pen is applicable through clothing;
hence time can be conserved by not removing them before administering the
medication.|Administering the Epi-pen, you do not have to take your
clothing off as it can be done through it.}

{Once experiencing an allergic reaction, the person must be closely
watched.|It is imperative to closely watch someone who is having an
allergic reaction.|The person suffering an allergic reaction should be
kept under close surveillance.|Constantly checking on a person who has
had an allergic reaction is necessary.|The importance of monitoring a
person during an allergic reaction is irrefutable.|A recent allergy
crisis calls for a person to be observed closely.|After an allergic
reaction, the victim must be closely watched.|It is absolutely
unacceptable to take your eyes off someone who is experiencing an
allergic reaction.|As soon as a person begins to have an allergic
reaction, you must keep your eyes on him.|Close observation in essential
for someone undergoing an allergic reaction.} {Should the person fail to
show signs of improvement after five minutes of administering the Epi-
Pen, call a doctor.|Emergency treatment must be sought immediately the
symptoms of the attack do not secede after five minutes or the use of the
Epi-Pen.|After using the Epi-Pen, if the person does not show signs of
getting better, urgent treatment must be sought.|Immediately you notice
that the victim starts worsening or does not improve after five minutes
of applying the Epi-Pen, look for more professional help.|Begin to take
emergency procedures once you observe that the victim is not improving
after the administration of the Epi-pen.|If the victim remains in a bad
state after five minutes of the application of the Epi-Pen, seek out
emergency treatment instantly.|If symptoms persist after five minutes,
with the administration of the Epi-Pen, you must get in touch with a
doctor.|By the time you observe that the person is not improving after
about five minutes of the application of the Epi-Pen, it is time to call
for more qualified help.|Only emergency treatment is appropriate the
moment you realize that the Epi-Pen is not working, or that that victim
simply isn’t getting better after five minutes.|If the Epi-Pen does not
seem to be working, even after about five minutes, you are required to
seek out immediate medical attention.}

								
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