Cigarette Smoke Allergies

file0001657419726Allergy symptoms are present because they are trying to rid your body of some sort of disease or infection even if there is nothing there for your immune system to combat. Allergies can be very mild like a small itch or tickle in the back of your throat during spring time but they can also be life threatening.

If you have some of the more severe allergic symptoms, then you will know that throat swelling and hives can be a very serious issue and could possibly cause death if it is not treated promptly.

Smoke? Here Is A Good Reason To Quit:

Everyone knows that cigarettes or cigars, well tobacco in general, have a massive amount of bad ingredients inside them. Schools will teach our children that smoking can cause cancer and it can. Even the Surgeon General of the United States will tell you on the side of every tobacco package that the product can cause cancer and possibly could kill you.

Cancer is a serious thing to look at but not many people think about the smoke being just as harmful because it is one of the most aggressive forms of allergic sensitivity in the world. In fact, cigarette smoke may aggravate other underlying symptoms that a person has if they are around it long enough.

Having someone smoke around you not only harms the smoker but it harms everyone else including you. Slowly but surely, country after country has been placing restrictions on certain places where people can “light up” in the hope that it may actually cut down on cigarette smoking altogether.


Every individual is different when suffering from an allergic reaction however a lot of the symptoms tend to be the same. When dealing with cigarette smoke allergies, symptoms will tend to remain mild unless the person who is having an allergic reaction has an underlying condition. Most common symptoms include coughing, hoarseness, sore throat, watery or itchy eyes, burning eyes and possibly some sort of breathing problem like wheezing.

Suffering from an allergy like this may not be something you pick up right away so if you feel that you may have the symptoms, it is best that you contact your physician and see if they are in fact allergies or another issue altogether. If you are a smoker and you are having these symptoms, then the chances of you being allergic to tobacco smoke is remote however it is possible so your doctor may ask you to stop. The best way to stop smoking is to cut yourself off completely from people who smoke that way the temptation is not there.

Trying to sidestep your cigarette smoke allergy is going to be tough because there are so many smokers in the world today. Everywhere you turn, someone is lighting up but there is hope. Take the extra time to take a few simple precautionary steps because you are worth it. Smoke can make any allergy much worse so by staying away from it, you are allowing yourself a much healthier life already.

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Updated: March 5, 2014 — 12:22 pm

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