Allergies in babies

May 11, 2022
Although not frequent in infants, allergies to dust mites, pets, mold, pollen, insect stings, and other environmental factors can cause allergy symptoms that affect the head and chest, such as sneezing, red and irritated eyes, and coughing. Nasal secretions are often thicker and darker when you have a cold than when you have an allergy (as compared with the clear, watery discharge of allergies). A child with a cold may have a sore throat allergy and cough, as well as coughing, wheezing, and chest tightness, and his or her fever may be somewhat elevated but not always. Salt Therapy for Allergies at Saltworld is a natural infection defense mechanism.