Blog: Allergy problems

Dogs and cats cause allergy through particular proteins (allergens) secreted by their sebaceous glands and present above all on the animal’s hair and skin, but also in its saliva and urine. They are very light allergens, which remain suspended in the air for a very long time and they accumulate…

Mould is microscopic fungi that provoke allergy by liberating spores, particles that are dispersed in the air, especially a the end of summer and in autumn. There are more than 100,000 species of mould and about 31 of these are the ones most commonly found in the home. The most…

It is the most important allergy in western countries, both for its widespread diffusion (modern homes create an ideal microclimate for the growth of mites at nearly all latitudes) and, above all, for the mite’s strong allergising power. It has been demonstrated that sensitisation to mites is the greatest risk…