Finally at two years of age, they can be considered eggs, peanuts and fish. This dietary regime has shown reduce or retard the allergy to foods and eczema in Infants allergic parents. Prevention of allergies/inhalants: studies in animals suggest that there is a great risk of becoming allergic to substances in the air to which the animal is exposed shortly after birth. Similarly, the development of allergy to mites in children has been linked to the amount of early exposure to mites. In addition, the development of allergy to cats in children is associated with the presence of a cat at home birth. Although definitive data are lacking, this suggests that certain steps that control in an aggressive manner to mites can reduce the occurrence of allergy. These include using plastic covers on pillows and mattresses, wash bedding with water hot every seven to ten days, avoid high relative humidity within the walls, and, optimally, remove carpets, upholstered furniture, and objects to observe dust in the infant room. In a similar way, infants from allergic families must not be exposed to pets inside the House during the first years of life in an attempt to prevent the further development of its derivatives allergy.
Asthma prevention: since allergies can develop asthma, it is not surprising that infants exposed to small amounts of dust mites during lactation are less likely to develop allergic asthma. Then, aggressive control of mites should reduce the occurrence of asthma and upper respiratory allergy. Also, exposure to pets during lactation can increase the risk of developing asthma. In addition, maternal smoking during pregnancy is associated with an increase in wheezing during lactation in children of smokers, andthe exposure to passive smoking has been shown to increase asthma and other chronic respiratory diseases during childhood.For this reason, it is very important that infants not be exposed to second-hand smoking prenatally or during childhood. Finally, respiratory infection is a common trigger of asthma and is possible to initiate it. By therefore, those maneuvers that they reduce the frequency of respiratory infections in infancy, such as power to the womb and avoid the creches for very young children, they may be useful in the prevention of asthma. Conclusion: It is not possible to completely prevent allergies in children with elconocimiento we have currently, although cellular and genetic engineering promises hope for absolute prevention in the future.