Allergies Type 3

By | April 25, 2018

Allergies Type 3 is also called immune complex allergy. It is when allergens invade the immune system and can cause injury to cells throughout the body. Antibodies form in the blood and are typically deposited in the tissues of the skin, kidney and joints.

Rheumatoid arthritis is considered an allergies type 3 disease. The immune system attacks the joints causing a disabling and painful inflammation of the joints. It can lead to loss of mobility and pain because of the destruction of the joints. Within 10 years of diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis 60 percent of patients were unable to work.

Serum sickness develops as a result of exposure to antibodies from animals. Lab animals are given a disease, and when the concentration of antibodies in the blood of the lab animal reaches the desired level the animal is bled. The blood is allowed to clot, then the serum is remove and refined into an Antiserum. Antiserum is used to vaccinate humans for many diseases and prevent infections. If the immune system mistakes the proteins in the antiserum for something harmful then the human body produces antibodies, which attacks the proteins.

Symptoms can take up to two weeks to appear and may include a rash, joint pain, fever, swelling of the lymph nodes, and a decrease in blood pressure.

Allergies Type 3 is also caused by foods. Antibodies bind directly to the food as it enters the bloodstream. Delayed reactions to the food may occur anywhere from two hours to up to 48 hours before symptoms appear. Delayed-onset food allergies are rarely self-diagnosed. To detect the allergic foods a health professional who is smart about food allergies and a good laboratory is needed. Over 100 allergic symptoms and well over 150 different diseases are associated with delayed food reaction allergies.

Mild cases of Allergies Type 3 can be treated with common products such as Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Pantothenic Acid, Glucosamine, Antioxidants, Allergy Aid, and Quercitin.

Vitamin A is a known antioxidant and can assist the human body in the healing process. Vitamin A is stored in the liver and fat cells of the human body and can reach toxic levels. DO NOT take more than the recommended dosage of Vitamin A.

Up to one-third of older people can no longer absorb Vitamin B from their food. Vitamin B is needed to form red blood cells and keep nerves healthy.

Vitamin C is nature’s protective nutrient, essential for defending the body against pollution and infection and enhances the bodies immune system.

Beta Carotene protects the mucus membranes of the mouth, nose, throat and lungs. It also helps protect Vitamin C from oxidation, which enables it to perform at optimum efficiency.

Vitamin E protects the lung tissue from inhaled pollutants and aids in the functioning of the immune system.

Many find Pantothenic Acid to be very helpful against allergy symptoms. It is another form of nontoxic B vitamins. Pantothenic Acid is critical in the metabolism and synthesis of carbohydrates, proteins and fats.

Glucosamine is an anti-inflammatory and may give some relief from allergy symptoms.

Substances called antioxidants can neutralize free radical by pairing up or binding with the free radical elections thus inhibiting them from damaging cells in the human body.

Allergy Aid supplies 9 beneficial Herb’s to help provide temporary relief of respiratory allergies. The natural action of these specific Herb’s help to open bronchial tubes and ease breathing.

Quercitin is a well known flavonoid. Flavonoids are powerful antioxidants and can reduce inflammation boost the immune system and strengthen blood vessels and improve circulation. Quercitin is also known for its ability to block the release of histamines, thus reducing or preventing allergy symptoms.

Always consult your doctor before using this information.

This Article is nutritional in nature and is not to be construed as medical advice.