The things that cause anaphylaxis are not usually thought of as dangerous. The most common causes of anaphylaxis are food and venom (wasp or bee stings), however anaphylaxis can also occur after exercise.
Your GP or nurse should have spoken to you about what your triggers are so you can avoid them. Foods are the most common trigger in children, teens and young adults. Insect stings and medications are relatively common triggers in middle-aged and older adults. 3