Allergies can be a scary thing cause people can die from their allergies. Although most allergies aren’t life-threatening, they can be severe enough to cause you major discomfort. If you don’t know what you’re allergic to then it’s probably best to get a diagnosis so that you can avoid future risks.
Celebrities have also documented their allergies and speaking up about them. Some of these K-pop artists once shared their unusual food allergies and what would happen if they were to consume food that flares up the allergies. Janna Nick took a test to find out what she’s allergic to but got more shocking answers than what she had expected.
Actress Janna Nick posted a video on her Instagram yesterday (Wednesday, 20th July) sharing with her followers that she recently did an allergy test using the HelloDNA test kit to find out everything she’s allergic to but to her surprise, she got more than she asked for. Apparently the actress also found out about potential health risks in her genes.
In the TikTok style video, the “Gatal” singer first revealed all the high health risks in her genes which include colorectal cancer, breast cancer and brain aneurysm. She then listed down other risks present which are high blood sugar, chronic kidney decease, and high blood pressure, however, the chances of having them are not as high as the formers.
Finally, the “Lockdown 2” star revealed to her fans all the things she’s allergic to. Apparently, the 27-year-old is allergic to cats and eggs. If exposed, Janna would contact dermatitis which is an itchy rash on her skin. She then assured her fans that she will start avoiding being exposed to cats and eggs as much as possible.
Fans showed their support to the actress by also sharing their allergies and wishing her a happy and healthy life. For you information, Janna Nick is the brand ambassador for HelloDNA and while sharing her allergies and potential diseases, she also took the chance to promote the brand and product in the video caption.
Do you want to find out your allergies and all your high health risks?