Primary prevention

[Translate to Englisch:] Primärprävention

Primary prevention: The so-called primary prevention is what is generally understood by prevention: to prevent the development of an allergy from the outset. This means avoiding anything that could increase the risk of developing an allergy and doing anything that would make the body more tolerant of certain substances. Recommendations are therefore addressed to anyone who has not yet developed an allergy. ...read more (in German)

[Translate to Englisch:] Sekundärprävention

Secondary prevention: The so-called secondary prevention is aimed at the early stage of a disease: for example, people who are already sensitised and show no or only the first signs of the disease. Preventive measures are designed to prevent the allergy from fully manifesting itself, to prevent a change of level or symptoms, or to prevent the disease from becoming chronic. This includes avoiding individually known allergens such as certain foods or cat hair. ...read more (in German)

[Translate to Englisch:] Tertiärprävention

Tertiary prevention: Tertiary prevention is about people in whom the allergic disease has already broken out completely. The aim is to prevent further worsening or subsequent illnesses. The distinction between secondary and tertiary prevention is fairly theoretical. In practice, they mix and, depending on the stage of the disease, appropriate preventive or therapeutic measures are taken, e.g. vaccination, specific immunotherapy or alleviating stays in the high mountains. ...read more (in German)

[Translate to Englisch:] Berufsbezogene Allergie bei Friseuren

Workplace: Every seventh German suffers from a work-related allergy. Skin diseases are the most common reason for an application for recognition as an occupational disease. ... read more (in German)

[Translate to Englisch:] Leben mit einer Allergie: ausgewogene Ernährung

Nutrition: A food allergy or intolerance inevitably has an effect on the diet. In most cases, however, a balanced diet is possible despite a limited choice of food. ... read more (in German)

[Translate to Englisch:] Leben mit einer Allergie: Kinder

Children and allergies: Allergic diseases are among the most common health impairments among children and adolescents. Children whose mother or father suffer from an allergy have an increased risk of also suffering from an allergy. ... read more (in German)

[Translate to Englisch:] Bauch einer Schwangeren mit Fragezeichen versehen - Viele Fragen rund um Allergien

Pregnancy and allergy: Almost one in five pregnant women now suffers from allergies. When a baby is born, the joy is usually great. Pregnant women with allergic diseases, however, often have a mixture of uncertainties and many questions. ...read more (in German)

[Translate to Englisch:] Leben mit einer Allergie: Kleidung

Clothing: Clothing can contain a variety of allergens. However, the fewest allergies to the garment are directed at the garment itself. Usually colours or other chemical additives are the culprits. ...read more (in German)

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