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Evaluation of the Role of Autoimmunty in Allergic Rhinitis

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 10)

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Page : 925-926

Keywords : Auto immune; allergy; disease; illness; itching; sneezing; diagnosis; treatment;

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Immune system is the most important asset of human body; it plays a significant role in the protection of the body from illness, infection, and disease. Sometimes the immune system makes a mistake and attacks the healthy cells of your body instead of protecting them, when this happens; it is called an autoimmune disease (also called an autoimmune disorder). Although there are many kinds of immune disorders affect different parts of the body, two types of autoimmune disorder include rheumatoid arthritis, celiac disease and lupus. Allergy is an interaction between the immune system and a substance foreign to the body. [1]There are two important effects of allergy on the body. One is the classic "allergic reaction" that can cause sudden tissue swelling, itching, sneezing, increased mucous production, and in lungs, wheezing and shortness of breath. In food allergic reactions, the intestinal tract can also be acutely inflamed and cause nausea, vomiting and diarrhoea. Complete body experiences allergic reaction, anaphylaxis, low blood pressure and sometimes shock. The other part of the "allergic response" is persistent inflammation that is important in nasal allergy; inflammation can occur and cause some symptoms without the sneezing, itching and wheezing. Both types of allergic effects are nuisance for the day to day activities of the individual. Diagnosis and effective treatment of allergic disorders requires consideration of both of these effects and should be monitored accordingly.

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