un­der­stand­ing res­pi­ra­tory al­lergy

Hindustan Times (Gurugram) - City - - LIFESTYLE -

Ex­ter­nal pol­lut­ing agents act as al­ler­gens, caus­ing grad­ual change in our ge­netic makeup and sub­se­quently mak­ing an al­lergy en­do­genic. Of­ten an al­lergy re­mains dor­mant in the pa­tient’s body un­til a sit­u­a­tion arises when the pa­tient’s im­mune sys­tem is down. That’s when the body sys­tem suf­fers from at­tacks of res­pi­ra­tory al­ler­gies. Dr SPS Bak­shi D.H.M.S. CMD, Bak­son Group, for­mer pres­i­dent, Cen­tral Coun­cil of Ho­moeopa­thy, Ho­moeo­pathic Med­i­cal As­so­ci­a­tion of In­dia, for­mer vice chair­man, Board of Ho­moeo­pathic Sys­tem of Medicine


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