Allergies are a series of reactions caused by the human body when it comes into contact with allergens that have little effect on the general population in the environment. These reactions can vary in severity, ranging from mild to severe. While most symptoms are not significant enough to disrupt daily life, in severe cases, they can be fatal. In developing countries, approximately 20% of people suffer from allergic rhinitis, 6% experience food allergies, and nearly 10% experience atopic dermatitis at least once in their lifetime.
The "Allergy" series documents all the allergic reactions I have experienced in my life. I have encountered various classic symptoms since childhood, and almost none of them have been spared. When I was a child, I often heard elders say that the symptoms would improve as I became an adult. While it's true that my body has "adapted" and the condition has gradually lessened, my allergy to society remains unstoppable…