Over 100 Allergy Symptoms
that may be helped by
“ALLERGY ELIMINATION DIET PROGRAM”
ALLERGY BEHAVIOUR CLINIC
PICKY EATERS CLINIC
JL Rawasari Selatan 50, Jakarta Indonesia
Jl Taman Bendungan Asahan 5 Jakarta Indonesia
Bunda Hospital, Jakarta Indonesia
Phone : (62- 21) 70081995 - 4264126 – 31922005
email : email@example.com , htpp://www.childrenfamily.com
The term "food allergy" refers to adverse immunologic reactions to food. Food allergy is usually mediated by IgE antibody directed to specific food proteins, but other immunologic mechanisms can also play a role. The primary target organs for food allergic reactions are the skin, the gastrointestinal tract and the respiratory system. Both acute reactions (hives and anaphylaxis) and chronic disease (asthma, atopic dermatitis and gastrointestinal disorders) may be caused or exacerbated by food allergy.
The foods most commonly causing these reactions in children are milk, egg, peanuts, soy, wheat, tree nuts, fish and shellfish; in adults, they are peanuts, tree nuts, shellfish and fish.
Double-blind, placebo-controlled food challenges are considered the gold standard for diagnosing food allergy. The procedure is labor intensive but ALLERGY BEHAVIOUR CLINIC JAKARTA INDONESIA should be modified for DIAGNOSING FOOD ALLERGY by OPEN ELIMINATION DIET PROGRAM.
Treatment consists of elimination of the causal food(s) along with medical treatment, including the prompt self-administration of epinephrine in the event of a serious reaction.
Everyone experiences some of these symptoms once in a while, but it is the intensity and frequency that can indicate when it is not a normal condition.
Success with this program may make stopped medication unnecessary. If you are now using such medication, changing dosages on your own can be dangerous. Physician supervision is needed when changing psychoactive medications.
If any of these symptoms have appeared suddenly or if they are severe, consult a physician. It may be a symptom of some other, more serious, condition.
This material is for information only and is not intended to replace appropriate medical care.
Over 100 Medically Recognized Symptoms of Allergy :
Seizures (some types, especially if combined with migraine or hyperactivity)
Feeling of indecision
Aphasia (inability to speak or find the appropriate word)
Arthralgia (joint pain)
Hypertension (high blood pressure)
Hypotension (low blood pressure)
Angina pectoris (heart pain)
Phlebitis (inflammation of a vein)
Wheezing, shortness of breath
Colic in infancy, hernia in infancy,
Gall bladder pain
Tendency towards bleeding and bruising
Myalgia (muscle pain)
Failure to thrive (in infants)
Otitis media (inflammation, discharge from ear, earaches)
Swelling around the eyes
Low blood sugar
Tinnitus (ringing of the ear)
Typical Chemical Sensitivity or "Sick Building Syndrome" Symptoms
Eye itch or irritation
Stuffy or watery nose
Arthralgia or joint pain
Cough and asthma
Numbness and tingling
Loss of memory
Loss of voice or laryngitis
Allergic Tension Fatigue Syndrome (ATFS)
Hyperactive, uncontrollably wile, unrestrained
Fatigued, weak, weary, exhausted, listless
Nonstop talk, repetition, loud talk, stuttering
Inattentive, disruptive, impulsive
Short attention span, unable to concentrate
Restless legs, finger tapping
Clumsy, poor coordination, tremor
Insomnia, nightmares, inability to fall asleep and wake up
Nervous, irritable, upset, short-tempered, moody
High-strung, excitable, agitated
Depressed, easily moved to tears, temperamental
Oversensitive to odor, light, sound, pain, and cold
Sleep Problems :
Resistance to going to bed
Difficulty falling asleep
Restless / erratic sleep