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Get service from doctors who are experts in their fields.

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Founded in 2022, CURExplore is a service provider that brings together guests from abroad through medical staff and translators who can speak their own language.

CURExplore, which organizes international patients from all over the world, mostly from Europe to Turkey, is an Istanbul-based health tourism intermediary company that is a member of TURSAB (Association of Turkish Travel Agencies) with the code 14076 and has the Ministry of Health Accreditation.

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      Frequently Asked Questions on Dust Allergy Treatment

      Dust allergy is a reaction caused by allergens found in household dust, typically from dust mites, pollen, mold spores, and pet dander. These allergens can cause symptoms such as sneezing, runny nose, itching in the eyes, and congestion in allergic individuals. In fact, many people with dust allergies may also have more serious respiratory problems like asthma.


      Measures to combat dust allergy include regular house cleaning, using air purifiers, and taking allergy medications as needed. Additionally, changing bed and pillow covers to anti-allergenic materials can be helpful in protecting against dust mites.

      People of all ages and genders can have dust allergies, but certain factors can make a person more susceptible to dust allergies. These factors include a family history of allergies, frequent infections during childhood, early exposure to allergens, and problems with the immune system.


      Dust allergy is more common in individuals with a genetic predisposition. Continuous exposure to allergens also makes this condition more prevalent. For example, people with pets or those living in humid and moldy environments are at a higher risk of dust allergy.

      Symptoms of dust allergy can range from mild to severe. Frequent sneezing, especially in the mornings, is one of the most common symptoms of dust allergy. Due to the allergic reaction, the nasal mucosa becomes irritated, causing runny nose or congestion.


      A reaction to allergens can cause itching, redness, and excessive tearing in the eyes. Dust allergy can lead to itching in the throat and dry cough. Itching and irritation in the throat are common symptoms. Continuous allergy symptoms can cause fatigue and weakness in the affected individual. Allergies can lead to blockage and pressure in the sinus passages.


      In some cases, allergic reactions can cause rashes on the skin. These symptoms occur when exposed to allergens and are usually more intense indoors. If you experience any of these symptoms, it is important to consult a health professional. Dust allergy can be managed with allergy tests and appropriate treatment methods.

      Although dust allergy itself does not carry direct serious health risks, it can lead to complications in some cases. People with dust allergies are at a higher risk of developing asthma. Exposure to allergens can trigger asthma symptoms or worsen existing asthma. Chronic or recurrent sinusitis is more common in people with dust allergies. Allergy-related nasal congestion can lead to blockage of sinus passages and infections. In children, allergic reactions can result in middle ear inflammation due to blockage of the Eustachian tube.


      Dust allergy symptoms, especially nasal congestion, can negatively impact sleep quality and lead to insomnia. Allergy symptoms, particularly fatigue and weakness, can lead to a decline in daily activities and performance at school or work. Allergic reactions can sometimes cause skin rashes like eczema.


      In very rare cases, especially in severe allergic reactions, serious reactions such as anaphylaxis can occur. Individuals with dust allergies are advised to regularly communicate with health professionals and apply appropriate treatment methods to manage allergy symptoms and prevent potential complications.

      Dust allergy treatment aims to alleviate symptoms and reduce reactions to allergens. Treatment for dust allergy can vary from person to person. The most important treatment step is to reduce exposure to allergens. This can be done through regular house cleaning, using air filters, maintaining humidity levels, and limiting items that can harbor allergens (carpets, curtains, plush toys, etc.).


      Antihistamines can be used to help alleviate symptoms like sneezing, itching, and runny nose. Nasal corticosteroid sprays can be used to reduce nasal inflammation and congestion. Decongestants can be used to temporarily relieve nasal congestion, but long-term use is not recommended. Leukotriene modifiers can help reduce allergy symptoms. Allergy shots (Immunotherapy) are used especially in severe allergy cases to alter the immune response to allergens. This treatment aims to develop tolerance to allergens over time.


      Some people may benefit from alternative treatments like acupuncture or herbal supplements, but their use should be under the advice of a doctor. Measures like regularly washing bed sheets, keeping pets out of bedrooms, and improving indoor air quality can help reduce allergy symptoms.


      Treatment options may vary depending on the severity of the allergy and the individual's lifestyle. Therefore, consulting a health professional to determine the right treatment method is important.

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