It’s World Allergy Week and this year the focus is on allergic eczema however allergies can present themselves in many ways. Some of the most common allergies are:
This list is not conclusive as there are lots of allergies which affect people day to day such as latex allergy, bee / wasp stings, and certain metals among many others. The severity of each person’s allergy is individual, some people may only have mild symptoms whereas for others their reaction can be severe, and sometimes life threatening.
Medical alert jewellery is so important for those with allergies, especially those that may be life threatening. If you do need emergency assistance it helps first responders identify what the issue is and get you the treatment you need more quickly.
For drug allergies it shows emergency and medical staff what medication you are unable to have, this is especially important if you are unable to speak and tell them this information yourself for any reason.
Have a browse at our medical jewellery, or why not choose one of our custom engraved options, which is perfect for those who have more specific allergies or want to add a name or phone number.
If you have any questions about how to communicate your allergy with a medical or ID bracelet, just get in touch at email@example.com
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