LIVING AS A MONK BECAUSE OF ALLERGY TO DUST

LIVING AS A MONK BECAUSE OF ALLERGY TO DUST

From I was diagnosed with an allergic disease to “Derm. Pteronyssinus” and “Derm. Farina” that my life changed at all. The most important thing living at home was the fact that my doctor told me to live like a monk: "it means don’t have curtains, couches, carpets, rugs…" even I can’t have a cat, which is the animal that I like more.

I go every month to the medical nurse for vaccinating me against these nasty little bugs. What most surprise me one day when I went to renew the prescription was the fact that I thought that on the vaccine there was them, but not, the vaccine contains their dirty excrements, which must be the substance to which I am allergic. Vaccine that, for the moment, serves for nothing to me, because I need to take every day antihistamines and spray nasal.

Luckily, for the moment I mustn’t use a mask when going out at street as seen on TV that a lot of Japanese people do, but with this weird climate change and knowing that allergy spreads on other people too, it is not for being pessimistic, but we have a good and healthy allergic future ahead.

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