Research says allergies are a positive thing – beth yn eich barn chi?

Research says allergies are a positive thing – beth yn eich barn chi?

A research paper by a Professor at Yale Univeristy is the latest to argue that adweithiau alergaidd have evolved as a healthy response to toxins. What do you think? We’d love to read your comments on this post.

An allergic reaction is the body’s way of attacking harmful things like poisons and irritants, and encouraging us to avoid undesirable environments, though an excesive allergic reaction is less desirable.

Led by a Russian professor of immunobiology at the Yale Univeristy School of Medicine, the theory behind the research is that reactions to allergens are a way of assessing the environment for poisonous substances. A reaction makes the substance memorable, and the next time the body encounters that substance it performs the allergic reaction as a response to protect the body.

The report which can be found on the website says that adweithiau alergaidd can protect us from four types of toxins. These include environmental irritants like paill and dust. On encountering paill or dust our body may produce more mucous in our nose to try to protect us from the allergen. This mucous causes the stuffy nose associated with hay fever (pollen allergy), a dust allergy.

An allergic reaction is therefore a direct way of protecting us from allergens. It also discourages us from visiting environments where the allergen is present, indirectly protecting us from unwanted effects of allergens.

Hayfever symptoms cynnwys tisian, trwyn yn rhedeg, stuffy nose, itchy skin on the face a throat, llygaid cosi, red or swollen eyes, a bloated face, puffy eyes a associated lethargy.

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