What are the signs that your allergy might be something serious

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What are the signs that your allergy might be something serious

Whenever there is a change in the weather people suffer from all sorts of problems such as burning sensation in the eyes, red eyes, cough, cold and other allergies. Some signs and symptoms help to know about these allergies and problems. If your allergies go away without the aid of medication then it is indeed wonderful. However, in many cases, the allergies simply turn worse. Sometimes it leads to the problem of sinus, infection, migraine and weak immune system. Let’s find out what are the signs that your allergies are getting worse. (Also read: Why should you never have tea or coffee in a plastic cup)

Pain in the Cheeks
If you face the problem of pain in your cheeks, especially in one particular cheek right below the eyes. It can be a sign of infection. You should be completely alert if you notice green coloured phlegm. That means your problem allergy has turned into an infection. It also leads to a headache.

Sudden pain in the nose
If you suffer from sudden pain in the nose, while you are dealing with allergies then it is a bad sign. It might mean sinus infection. The infection is accompanied by fever and green phlegm. It also fills your tonsils with pus.   (Also read: What are the biggest health myths that people still believe)

Coughs full of phlegm
If you have been coughing with phlegm in it then it is a bad sign. It might mean that either it is a case or bronchitis or respiratory infection. Allergy leads to a dry cough but in case of infection, it turns into a cough with phlegm.

After-eating effects
It is not always the case that your allergy happens all of a sudden, Sometimes it is caused by consuming something. If you have a food allergy, then when you consume that specific food then you feel itchiness on your tongue, burning sensation in your throat etc.

Normal allergy
Sometimes the allergy heals on its own. However, if that is not the case then you must go to a doctor for help.  (Also read: What are the food items that help you to fall asleep)

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