Allergies are characterized by an overreaction of the immune system to substances, which are in themselves harmless to the body. Patients often suffer from eye-watering, sneezing, skin rash, and a general feeling of sickness. Some allergic reactions can even be life-threatening, such as anaphylactic shock.

Allergies in conventional medicine

In the classical orthodox medical treatment of allergy, the allergy symptom is treated with different medicines which can quickly alleviate the symptoms. In the case of anaphylactic shock, these conventional medications are life-saving. After discontinuation of the medication, however, the However, the symptoms usually return, so that medication must be taken regularly for the allergic symptoms. Sometimes hyposensitization can be used to try to teach the body to adapt to the allergy triggers. to the allergy triggers, so that in the long term no medication is necessary. In some cases, medications such as cortisone are also used in the treatment. which can have considerable side effects in long-term use. There is always the problem that an allergy can trigger bronchial asthma.

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Allergies in homeopathy

The immune system is stabilized. This eliminates the overreaction of the immune system. The "calmer" the immune system reacts, the fewer complaints there are. The globules used have no side effects. Whenever avoidable, I do not prescribe cortisone.