Cat Allergy in Humans Market Trends, Industry Analysis 2022-28
The global cat allergy in humans market size was valued USD x billion in 2021 and expected to reach USD x billion by 2028, at a CAGR of x% during the forecast period 2022-2028. The cat is a popular pet and a common element of allergens. Cat allergens, also known as glycoproteins, are found in cat saliva and cause allergic reactions in humans. Fel d 1 (released by the sebaceous gland) and Fel d 4 (secreted by the salivary gland) are the most prevalent allergens (glycoproteins) secreted by cats (secreted from cat saliva). Watering eyes, sneezing, chapped lips, wheezing, chest constriction, nasal congestion, and itching are the most typical symptoms of a cat allergy. People with chronic respiratory illness (asthma, COPD, CFTR) are at a higher risk of developing cat allergy, according to the National Institute of Health.