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What is an allergic disease?


An allergic disease is an inflammatory condition caused by a foreign substance (allergen) entering the body and causing the immune system to attack the non-pathogenic substance.

Common allergens include house dust, pollen, drugs and food. Allergic rhinitis caused by house dust, hay fever caused by pollen, and food allergy caused by food are widely known.

What is an allergic disease?
An allergic disease is an inflammatory condition caused by a foreign substance (allergen) entering the body and causing the immune system to attack the non-pathogenic substance.

Common allergens include house dust, pollen, drugs and food. Allergic rhinitis caused by house dust, hay fever caused by pollen, and food allergy caused by food are widely known.


Allergy mechanisms
When allergens such as eggs, mites and cedar pollen enter the body, the body reacts to eliminate them. In order to do this, B lymphocytes, which produce antibodies, try to eliminate the allergen by producing IgE, which reacts to the allergen. However, B lymphocytes cannot produce IgE on their own. This is where helper T lymphocytes, which react to the allergen, come in and help the B lymphocytes. With their help, the B lymphocytes make IgE to fight the allergen. The IgE antibodies that bind to the allergen stimulate white blood cells called mast cells to release various chemicals (histamine, leukotrienes, etc.) into the extracellular space, causing a variety of allergic reactions.
 
There are two types of helper T lymphocytes: type 1 helper T lymphocytes (Th1) and type 2 helper T lymphocytes (Th2); Th2 help B lymphocytes to make IgE, while Th1 help to suppress the excessive production of IgE. It has recently been reported that regulatory T lymphocytes are also involved in immunity and allergy, as well as cells called innate lymphocytes, but for simplicity it is safe to assume that a balance between Th1 and Th2 is involved in allergy.

Normally, these two functions should be in balance, but when we overreact to an allergen, the function of "Th2" becomes too strong and the function of "Th1" becomes too weak, and the balance of "Th1" and "Th2" becomes bad.

Th2 produces IgE, and IgE produces histamine, which leads to the symptoms called atopy and hay fever.

A-UN uses treatments that act on the autonomic nervous system to maintain the immune balance between Th1 and Th2.
Specifically, good skin stimulation is transmitted to the brain.

In oriental medicine it is called Yin-Yang or the five elements, and it is very useful in the treatment of allergies.

We believe that it is very important not to suppress the symptoms, but to make the body immune to them.

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What is an allergic disease?


An allergic disease is an inflammatory condition caused by a foreign substance (allergen) entering the body and causing the immune system to attack the non-pathogenic substance.

Common allergens include house dust, pollen, drugs and food. Allergic rhinitis caused by house dust, hay fever caused by pollen, and food allergy caused by food are widely known.

What is an allergic disease?
An allergic disease is an inflammatory condition caused by a foreign substance (allergen) entering the body and causing the immune system to attack the non-pathogenic substance.

Common allergens include house dust, pollen, drugs and food. Allergic rhinitis caused by house dust, hay fever caused by pollen, and food allergy caused by food are widely known.

Allergy mechanisms
When allergens such as eggs, mites and cedar pollen enter the body, the body reacts to eliminate them. In order to do this, B lymphocytes, which produce antibodies, try to eliminate the allergen by producing IgE, which reacts to the allergen. However, B lymphocytes cannot produce IgE on their own. This is where helper T lymphocytes, which react to the allergen, come in and help the B lymphocytes. With their help, the B lymphocytes make IgE to fight the allergen. The IgE antibodies that bind to the allergen stimulate white blood cells called mast cells to release various chemicals (histamine, leukotrienes, etc.) into the extracellular space, causing a variety of allergic reactions.
 
There are two types of helper T lymphocytes: type 1 helper T lymphocytes (Th1) and type 2 helper T lymphocytes (Th2); Th2 help B lymphocytes to make IgE, while Th1 help to suppress the excessive production of IgE. It has recently been reported that regulatory T lymphocytes are also involved in immunity and allergy, as well as cells called innate lymphocytes, but for simplicity it is safe to assume that a balance between Th1 and Th2 is involved in allergy.

Normally, these two functions should be in balance, but when we overreact to an allergen, the function of "Th2" becomes too strong and the function of "Th1" becomes too weak, and the balance of "Th1" and "Th2" becomes bad.

Th2 produces IgE, and IgE produces histamine, which leads to the symptoms called atopy and hay fever.

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