allergy symptoms

  1.  Food Allergy or Intolerance: How to Tell the Difference?

    Food Allergy or Intolerance: How to Tell the Difference?

    Many people do not realise that a food allergy and a food intolerance are not the same thing. While both conditions refer to a person’s inability to ingest certain foods, they each affect a different part of the body.

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  2. Are Allergies Worse in the Morning or at Night?

    Are Allergies Worse in the Morning or at Night?

    Do you ever wake up in the morning congested, coughing, or with a sore throat? Or maybe you struggle to get to sleep at night because of sneezing or difficulty breathing? It varies from person to person, but some people find that their allergies are worse at certain times of the day.

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  3. Is Stress Making Your Allergy Symptoms Worse?

    Is Stress Making Your Allergy Symptoms Worse?

    Stress can be far more than just the feeling of being overwhelmed. Studies have shown that stress can cause a cascade of physical symptoms as well as psychological ones. Some common physical side effects of stress are headaches, chest pain, tiredness, and tension or muscle pain.

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