Inhalation Allergies Test
Allergic reactions may be caused by a number of different allergens. They are generally broken down into three categories: ingested, contact and inhaled allergies. Inhaled allergies are the most common type of allergy and are caused when a person breathes in an allergen such as pollen or animal dander.
over 110 tests included
5 working days turnaround
Test kits will be sent out within 3 working days from receipt of payment
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Why take this test?
You want a thorough check that covers common everyday allergens that affect our inhalation
You want to check your intolerance levels
You want to see how the many items we inhale may be affecting your health
You want an easy and convenient way to check the main inhalation risks that may be affecting you
The symptoms of inhaled allergies range from sneezing, itchy eyes, runny nose, etc. It is more common to experience these allergies in warmer seasons. Pollen is a powder that comes from trees and plants, the amount of pollen increases in the spring and summer season. This increase in the amount of pollen in the atmosphere in turn causes people to suffer from inhalation allergies. As well as checking for pollen allergies, we also check for airborne allergens found indoors, such as fungi, mould, pet dander and dust mites. This test is perfect for those who have any of the symptoms mentioned, after going through with the test you can actively avoid certain types of pollen, or pay more attention to eliminating any possible airborne allergens in the home.
What is Tested?
More than 110 Items from the following categories:
Please ensure your finger prick blood sample is taken at least 2 hours after any food or drink intake (except water). If you are taking any prescription medication, please take your finger prick blood sample at least 3 hours after consuming your medication.