7 TOP ALLERGY TRIGGERS
Most allergies are caused by the following:
Insects Dust mites; the venom from bees, ticks, ants and wasps; and mushroom and mould spores.
Food Shellfish; eggs; fish; milk; peanuts; tree nuts like almonds, cashews, pecans and walnuts; and sesame and soy products.
Plants Pollen from grasses and plants.
Medicines Prescription medications like penicillin, which is the most common cause of medication-induced anaphylaxis; over-the-counter medicines like aspirin; and some herbal mixes.
Chemicals Industrial and household chemicals; and chemical products like latex rubber.
Animal dander Fur and skin flakes from domestic pets such as cats and dogs.