Whether you travel or family and friends visit you, the number one precaution, if diagnosed with allergies or asthma, is to ensure that prescriptions are in order and you are active with your shots, if under immunotherapy.
We are all about promoting and supporting an inclusive environment which cannot be created by division or exclusion.
Memorable and pleasant celebrations can be produced by cautiously following a few preventative steps. For what food allergies are concerned, take a mental note that the following rules apply to whether you are a guest or a host:
The best to-do list for food allergic children and their families is detailed and divided by year-round holidays at Kids With Food Allergies Foundation (downloadable here).
Now that we have taken account for food allergies, here’s a short inventory of other common allergy and asthma triggers (other than foods) that could be lurking our homes:
In conclusion, prevention, preparation and precautions are to be considered your best friends: don’t be spare, use them profusely and have a terrific holiday season!