Living With Allergies Directory
Living with allergies means handling them at work, home, and play. People with allergies use a variety of strategies to manage their allergic reactions. Living with allergies may cause unwanted problems like depression, stress, and emotional responses. Support groups are a good way to connect with others who understand your allergy experience and can make it easier to bear. Follow the links below to find WebMD’s comprehensive coverage of living with allergies, allergy support resources, tips to manage an allergy, and much more.
Allergies: Answers to Your Top Questions
Answers to common questions about allergies.
Allergies Glossary of Terms
WebMD provides definitions of allergy terms to help you understand your condition.
Handling Allergies in School
Here's what you can do to make sure your child's allergies don’t take a toll on his grades or social life.
Tips for Your Allergy Action Plan
Allergy symptoms are manageable when you plan ahead and prepare for pollen and other allergens. Here are five tips from WebMD to help you develop your allergy action plan.
Living With Severe Allergies
If you suffer severe allergies, experts offer these three strategies for managing allergens to control your allergies.
Stress Relief Strategies to Ease Allergy Symptoms
Do daily pressures have your allergy symptoms spiking? Try these simple tips for stress relief.
Managing Allergies at Work
Allergy symptoms are the No. 2 reason adults miss work. And even if you stoically go in, the effect of allergies at work has been called "presenteeism" -- being at work, but out of it. These tips can help you work well with allergies.
Managing Allergies at School
Seasonal allergies affect as many as 40% of U.S. children, and on any given day, about 10,000 of those children miss school because of their allergies. Here are tips for parents of children with allergies.