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Sarfaraz Ali

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The ailment of allergy is a sickness of the resistance system of the body. The chief natural causes that contribute to this malady are called the allergens. They belong to the first degree of hypersensitivity and are regulated by the excess of specific white blood cells and anti bodies. The allergies can be off any kind that may range from the skin allergies to sinus allergies.

The main threat factors can be classified into two main groups that are the host and the environmental groups. The category classified as the host group involves the inclusion of chief threat factors such as inherent, gender and maturity level. The hereditary causes attribute to more than 60% of this ailment and this category is more severe than the kind that would be present in individuals who belong to the non hereditary genre. Further it is prevalent in members of both sexes, more so amongst the adolescents. In contrast the environmental factors include the individuals who categorized in accordance with their location and surroundings. For example these categories of allergies are going to be more existent in industrialized countries in contrast to the agricultural countries. Hence the latest increment in the allergy disorders can not be solely attributed to inherent factors.

The category of allergy is diagnosed on the basis of skin tests or blood tests. The skin test involves the testing of the presence of allergies based on a pierce that is made on the skin. When the classification of the allergy kind has been made then there are several ways of finding its chief contributory factor. It is favored over a blood test.

With the advancement in medical science there are several cures for all kinds of allergies, the most common being the reduction of contact with particular allergens. Oral medication is also advised in certain cases but evasion is an ideal option.

Sarfaraz was born and raised in Karachi, Pakistan, surrounded by traffic and technology. He writes mostly about diseases, the storybooks, futuristic columns, mysteries, as he likes to call it. He enjoys writing for web.

He wrote his first book (The Black Bodyguard of Stone-Pyramid) in 2003 and since then has provided the picture for 1 more title. His book was honored as a BEST SELLER.

Sarfaraz currently lives with his wife in Karachi near Seashore, about fifteen miles from the house where he was born.


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