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Two Cockroaches Most Likely Cause Allergies

Cockroaches, pests that look disgusting, can trigger an allergy or an asthma attack. However, of the many cockroaches that roam the world, only two types are most likely to cause or aggravate allergic conditions; German roaches (Blatella germanica) and American cockroaches (Periplaneta americana).

American cockroaches are a source of allergens present in the room. There are more than twenty identified IgE binder components. However, only nine allergens should be feared.

Cockroaches contain proteins that are allergens, substances that cause allergic reactions, for many people. All parts of his body, including saliva and cockroaches are allergens. Dead cockroaches can still cause allergic reactions.

As quoted from the site Allergies About on Monday (8/5/2017) the emergence of this allergen is similar to dust mites that can enter the mucous membrane of eyes, nose, and lungs that trigger the occurrence of allergic reactions. Usually, allergens are found when you are cleaning the house.

Therefore, avoid exposure to cockroaches and dung. With diligent-diligent cleaning the house. Because, this one pest need food, water, and shelter to survive.

When you ‘provide’ the things that the cockroaches want, you’re just inviting “unwanted guests” to come.

Source: Liputan6.com