What Happens to the Body During Anaphylaxis?

When your body recognizes a substance as an allergen, there is usually a localized reaction, such as sneezing and a runny nose, or hives in one area of the body. If you have a serious allergic reaction, you may experience anaphylaxis, which is a form of shock that happens throughout the whole body. This video offers an explanation of anaphylaxis along with the steps you should take when you identify the symptoms. If anaphylaxis is not treated immediately, it is life-threatening.

If you suffer from allergies and worry about a severe allergic reaction, schedule an appointment with Allergy & Asthma Specialists SM to discuss your allergy treatment options and emergency strategies. We provide care with offices in Blue Bell, Lansdale, Philadelphia, Jenkintown, Pottstown, King of Prussia, and Collegeville, Pennsylvania and you can reach us at 1(800)86-COUGH for an appointment.

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