Allergies in infants is a disorder of the immune system response that causes strange baby. Strange reaction is caused by an excessive immune response against foreign substances on the sensitive baby. Allergies are also associated with some respiratory diseases such as asthma, bronchitis, sinus and certain other airway diseases.


Once you know what exactly is an allergy, you should also consider the symptoms that will arise. Allergy Symptoms in infants occurring in three variations:

Itchy eyes or runny nose, stuffy nose. Allergy symptoms light is not scattered on the body. Usually only affects the skin tissue.
Itching and breathing hard. This is anti can spread throughout the body, we recommend consultation with a physician.
Severe allergic reaction known as anaphylaxis. Severe symptoms usually occurs all over the body. Symptoms very seriously and swelling that often arise makes your baby is difficult to breathe and swallow, abdominal pain, cramps, vomiting, diarrhea, mental confusion or dizziness, and can even cause death.


Allergies in infants may also be expressed in a variety of ways, such as: colic, extreme anxiety, crying, dirty, red skin rash, or itching (visible when the infant to scratch their face constantly).


Although there is already a cure for allergies, allergy, may, but allergies in infants is very dangerous if not treated properly. You can prevent anti-triggers. Doing the disinfection of the room where your baby is sleeping or playing. Also possible using HEPA help clean up most of all to the allergen from the air. Make sure the room is completely clean and dry. Pet hair can also trigger allergies in your baby be. Avoid your pet to have the opportunity to get in your baby's bedroom.


Although there is an allergy test that can be performed in the hospital or the doctor, but it was unreliable, because the results will appear after your baby is 1 year old. The most accurate way to detect allergies in infants is you can follow food elimination diet and slowly get rid of Food allergies can cause problems in your baby.