Allergic swelling on the legs
It is important to know that a person's predisposition toallergies are due to his heredity. Weakened immunity and vitamin deficiency often provoke the development of an undesirable reaction when foreign protein enters the human body. Allergic edema of the face can be a manifestation of Quincke's edema - a serious pathological condition that requires urgent medical attention.
It should be noted that with the rapidly developingAllergic edema of the face is used antihistamines in the injection form ("Dimedrol", "Suprastin", "Tavegil") and hormonal drugs (Dexamethasone, Hydrocortisone, Prednisolone). In addition, allergic edema on the face can be removed by injecting under the skin solution of "Adrenaline" in a concentration of 0.1%. With less severe symptoms, antiallergic tablets are used - Claritin, Loratadin, and Erius.
Remember that treating allergies is a processlong. One of its methods is hyposensitization, which includes a whole complex of measures aimed at reducing the body's reaction to foreign proteins. It consists in the introduction into the human body of small doses of an allergen, so that the reaction to it gradually decreases.
Do not forget about the recipes of traditional medicine,which are often quite effective. Cleanse your face with sterile wipes soaked in kefir, sour milk or diluted sour cream. After this, rinse the skin with boiled or distilled water, without the use of detergents. Put on the face lotion with a weak solution of boric acid (one teaspoon of powder to a glass of water). However, the allergy will not pass, but the edema will decrease significantly. In addition, you can make washings of broths of turn, sage, chamomile or ordinary chilled tea, which have a wonderful soothing effect.
Take into account that such methodsAre popular with allergic face swelling in pregnant women. During this period, medication should be minimized. And with the help of a gentle local effect of herbs, often the desired result is achieved.
Allergic edema of the face, as a rule,testifies to the aggravation of the process. As a result of the development of a large number of biologically active substances, the blood vessels become more permeable, which facilitates the removal of liquid components of blood into the intercellular space.
When treating allergic edema of the faceit is necessary to exclude subsequent contacts with the allergen, since its continued exposure can lead to aggravation of the skin and the body as a whole.