You Are Not Alone
Around one third of the UK population, approximately 19 million people, will develop an allergy at some time in their lives. A significant proportion of these, around a million people, suffer severe symptoms. So the first thing to know is that you are not alone!
For some people, being diagnosed with a severe allergy can be scary and cause a lot of anxiety, but you can be assured that things will get better. With access to high-quality information, you can learn to manage your allergy successfully and we’ll try our best to make this as easy as possible for you.
We’ve got loads of information which may help answer any questions you’ve got about what to do after diagnosis.
If you can’t find the information you’re looking for, we’d love you to call our friendly helpline on 01252 542029 or drop us an email with your query.
Care and Medication
- Developing a Care Plan
- Carrying your medication
- Controlling Asthma
Strategies for Living with Allergy
- Managing allergy at home
- Eating out
- Managing allergy at School
Allergic reaction record
We want you to help us aid research into allergies and treatments!
We’d like you to fill out this form to help us gain a fuller understanding about allergic reactions, what causes them and the best treatments. We make this information available to doctors and scientists working in allergy research to help improve understanding and best practice.
If you or a family member has an allergic reaction to a food or substance, however minor, please fill in the form as soon as possible and send it to:
PO Box 275
The identity of the person who has had the allergic reaction will be kept confidential, unless permission has been obtained first.
Please call us on 01252 542029 if you’d like help filling in this form or more information.