Allergies and Symptoms go Hand in Hand | Sensitivity Check | Blog

Allergies will go hand in hand with fatigue but there are ways to cope with them. Whether it is Summer, Autumn, Spring or Winter which we are now heading into, it is a must that you deal with your allergies and sensitivities. The issue is that many people do not even realise that they have an allergy or an intolerance. Well, Sensitivity Check can help you in this regard. It may be that you do not have an allergy or an intolerance, but it is always best to find out for sure. 

At Sensitivity Check, you may not even realise you have an allergy or an intolerance. Well, we recommend taking an intolerance test as this is the first step you can take when you begin to cope with your intolerances. After taking a test, there are many ways that you can identify whether or not you have an intolerance. Take a look below at some of the questions we are commonly faced with here at Sensitivity Check.

What impact can allergies have on us?

In any case, allergies can drive you crazy. The symptoms of these include fatigue, headaches, stomach pain, and runny noses. Naturally, itchy eyes and a runny nose are often associated with hay fever, but this is just one common allergy that we can have. Food sensitivities and allergies can wreak havoc with your mind and body. If you often suffer from mood swings and headaches, then this could be the case of either an allergy or a sensitivity. Identify the cause of your symptoms by taking an allergy and intolerance test today.

Speak to your Doctor after a test

If you are thinking that you cannot cope with your symptoms and cannot find the right solution, then please do speak to your GP immediately. If you have a persistent cough or chest problem then we think you should identify the cause immediately by ordering a test. If the issue still does not go away, then please do not hesitate to contact us on LiveChat.

Why is an allergy test important?

It is important because realising that they have an allergy leads to many others being able to manage and cope with their symptoms. A reaction can be worrying but it can also go a very long way to identifying the cause of your intolerance. If you are trying to self-diagnose your allergy and intolerance then you may be causing your body more harm than good. You may also be excluding your favourite food for no reason.

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This article was written by Donna, our Nutritionist / Care Manager

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