Content created by Healthline and sponsored by our partners. For more details click here.
Content sponsored by our partners. More details »

This content is created by the Healthline editorial team and is funded by a third party sponsor. The content is objective, medically accurate, and adheres to Healthline's editorial standards and policies. The content is not directed, edited, approved, or otherwise influenced by the advertisers represented on this page, with exception of the potential recommendation of the broad topic area.

Read more about Healthline's advertising and sponsorship policy.

Managing Severe Allergies

People prone to extreme allergic events need to be prepared. If you or your child suffers from one or more serious allergies, your first line of defense is to avoid the cause of the allergy. Of course, this isn’t always possible. It is critical to learn how recognize the symptoms of an allergic reaction, understand how and when to use emergency epinephrine, and develop an action plan that you can share with friends and family in case a severe reaction occurs.

Advertisement

Want information? Want to take action?
We want to help.

Take steps toward a healthier life, through the power of information. Sign up for Healthline's allergies newsletter and you'll receive:
  • the latest news updates in research and
    treatment options
  • tips on how to manage your food, seasonal,
    bug, or drug allergy symptoms
  • recipes for delicious allergen-free snacks,
    meals, and desserts


Thanks very much! You’ll receive a confirmation email soon!