Yes, I can help you there too.
While those with severe, potentially life-threatening allergies should probably not adopt a cat or dog, most people with mild to moderate allergies can tolerate life with these animals, even if their allergists would rather they didn’t.
Can you live with a cat if you’re allergic?
If yours are of the sneezing, watery eyes and running nose variety, you may be able to build up your tolerance to cats. However, before getting a cat, you should undergo allergy testing first, particularly if you suffer from asthma. Yes, there is hope that you can adopt a cat, despite your allergies.
Can you die from a cat allergy?
A cat allergy can cause symptoms ranging from mild respiratory problems to a life-threatening syndrome called anaphylaxis. Cat allergies are among the most common allergies. Most people experience mild to moderate symptoms. Some people who have allergies may be able to live with cats.
How can you stop being allergic to cats?
Cat Allergy Management and Treatment
- Keep the cat out of your bedroom and restrict it to only a few rooms.
- Don’t pet, hug or kiss the cat; if you do, wash your hands with soap and water.
- High-efficiency particulate air (HEPA) cleaners run continuously in a bedroom or living room can reduce allergen levels over time.
How can I get rid of cat allergies naturally?
First, the person should look at changing their environment.
- Designate “pet free” spaces in the home. Allergen levels can be reduced in “pet-free” rooms.
- Clean more often. Pet owners can reduce the amount of dander in the air by cleaning more regularly.
- Allergen immunotherapy.
- Rush immunotherapy.
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