== == * Absolutely! One bad one is sugar -- believe it or not. Many children are often treated for hyperactivity, when all that is needed is a cut-back on their sugar intake. Too much sugar in some people can cause depression, moodiness, irritability and such, depending on that person's personality rages.
There are many other reasons for rage. Some medications can even cause this. An example is an SSRI for depression (although there is usually a warning with this medication). Many times medications are overlooked as the cause of rage, irritability or depression. Please check with your doctor if you are on any medications. In some cases, an aspirin swallowed by a person who is allergic to it can cause him to go into a rage. But this rage is short-lived and only lasts until the aspirin leaves his system.
Obviously, this topic is of concern to you, so please cut back on pop, caffeine, alcohol, and chocolate, and try cutting down on too many sweets. If on medication, please check with your doctor. == == * Absolutely! My family is sensitive/allergic to monosodium glutamate (MSG), and Aspartame. All of us. Since we learned to avoid MSG by knowing the names it hides under (natural flavoring, yeast extract, broth, spices, carmel coloring, texturized vegetable protein, modified starch, isolated protein, whey, citric acid, boullion, vinegar, molasses, glutamate, sodium phosphate) and to refuse aspartame, we never have rage or uncontrolled anger. I am not exaggerating. We get comments on how mellow and tolerant we are as a family. And we eat plenty of sugar and drink loads of caffeine. I found the info through Dr. R. Blaylock and his book on excitotoxins. Also helpful was the list of hidden sources of MSG from www.nomsg.com. It means lots of label-reading but you WILL see a difference. Be careful of the yeast-based vitamins too.
Learned behavour, or conditioning.
Lecithin is not a milk protein; it should not cause any problem for a person with a milk allergy.
It depends. It may be an illness or an allergy depending on the person and problem. It depends. It may be an illness or an allergy depending on the person and problem. It depends. It may be an illness or an allergy depending on the person and problem.
You might want to say that a person or an experience influenced your behavior.
A person with gluten allergy may have corn and vice versa. Gluten is a protein found in wheat typically. One allergy doesnt preclude the other.
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There is no relation between penicillin allergy and metronidazole allergy. If there is no allergy to metronidazole, yes the person can take this drug.
An allery to the protein 'gluten' which is found in cerials such as wheat. A person with this sort of allergy is caled a 'celliac'.
Dairy allergy symptoms differ from person to person. Some signs and symptoms of allergy include hives, wheezing, vomiting, runny nose, watery eyes and itchy skin rash. See your doctor if you feel milk allergy symptoms shortly after consuming milk.
Homoeopathy is individualization. It deals with a particular psyche of a particular person. we as homeopath can not recommend a single medicine for allergy on the net All medicines are good for allergy if symptoms of these medicines are there. Friends, keep it in mind we are not to cure the allergy as such but we are to cure the person who is suffering from allergy like symptoms.In concluding every homoeo medicine is good and magic for allergy.
That depens on the allergies. Is it a cat allergy, then no. If it's not a cat allergy it's probably alright, unless the person is asthmatic. If the person has sensitive lungs due to allergy, they may have a sensitivity reaction to the cat litter dust or the skin flakes/hair.
yes you can
Many allergy medications warn of side effects suck as nausea, irritability or dizziness. If a person suffers from dizziness as a result of the medication he or she is taking, that person can trip.
The scientific definition of a near death experience is when a person actually stops breathing or is very close to death and have been brought back by a medical revival technique.
When a person with a peanut allergy eats peanut butter, their body will treat this protein as if it is harmful. A variety of reactions can occur, depending in the severity of the peanut allergy. These include wheezing, breathlessness, coughing, tight throat and stomach ache and anaphylaxis.
A person with allergies is generally understood to have an immune system that over-reacts to normal and inocuous materials, such as pollen. The "allergy shot" is an injected solution containing a very dilute and small amount of these materials. The idea behind allergy shots is to continuously expose the immune system to very low levels of the material so that the immune system learns to "tolerate" the material and the person will stop having allergy symptoms. Generally the person will need to be on allergy shots for the rest of his/her life - without constant low-level stimulation, the immune system tends to lose its tolerance and the allergy symptoms return.
No, intolerance and allergy are unrelated.
Yes, it is quite a common allergy.
No, unless the person has an allergy to fur.
It is not recommended for a person to take Aleve (naproxen) if they have an allergy to another NSAID like Apsirin. It is important to see a doctor before using similar drugs. In general if a person has an allergy to one drug, they have a much higher risk of the same allergy to similar drugs.
The particular allergens to which a person is sensitive can be determined through allergy testing.allergy testing may be done.to determine if an allergy is causing the condition or making it worse.may also be done before allergen desensitization.
An allergic reaction to mangos. It means the person who has the allergy comes into contact with mangos and their body mistakes it for a harmful substance and produces an overreaction to the substance.