WHEN BIRDS FLY YOUR WAY ALLERGIES ARE NOT FAR BEHIND
Birds can also carry diseases that can pose a threat to your health, just like other pests. Allergies such as asthma, hypersensitivity pneumonitis and rhinitis can be triggered by the feces and feathers and nests of sparrows and starlings. Your children, pets, and pets can all develop mild-to-severe allergies, depending on how long they have been exposed. The best way to eliminate birds is to hire a professional bird control service. Here are some ways you can be exposed to bird allergies.
- Inhaling dried bird droppings in your air can cause airborne diseases.
- Allergy to Food and Drink - Any food or drink that has been contaminated by bacteria, virus or fungi spread by birds can lead to allergies
- Contact Those who keep birds as pets are most likely to develop allergies
- Insect Bite - When insects bite a diseased or infected bird, they transmit bacterial, fungal, and viral infections to humans.
You may feel the following symptoms if you have an allergic reaction:
- Itchy and puffy eyes
- Runny nose
- Congestion in the nasal
- Sore throat
- Sinus pressure
- Allergy shiners
- Itchy mouth
- Stuffy throat and nose
- Chronic coughing
- A few chills and fevers may occur occasionally
These symptoms are not permanent reactions to changing weather, dust or dirt. Bird allergies can be dangerous to your health and well-being if they are not treated.
Treatment of Bird Allergies
To determine if the allergy is due to bird feathers or fecal matter, your doctor will review your medical records. Most bird allergy symptoms do not require any serious treatment. They will disappear quickly if you stop being exposed to the allergens. Corticosteroids and antihistamines are the most common medications prescribed to treat bird problems.
Bird Control Service- The Best Prevention for All Bird Problems
A professional bird control company is the best way to stop bird problems from affecting your health. Solid Avian Solutions provides safe and effective bird-control solutions that stop birds from spreading allergies and creating unsanitary conditions. Shock strips, spikes and nets are all highly recommended for human bird control.