There are a number of views about Allergies. Most doctors agree that not all allergies are "all or none"; you may be able to tolerate a certain amount of an allergen without reacting. Once you exceed a certain amount, your body reacts. NOTE: this is not true of all allergens, especially peanuts and shellfish, which may cause quick, life threatening reactions. For some allergens, any amount is too much!
Your doctor may use various metaphors when discussing allergies. Most have to do with some threshold amount of allergens that a person can tolerate. Once this amount is exceeded, allergic symptoms appear. (One common term is "glass of resistance" -- once the glass is full, you react). The amount of allergens tolerated can depend on a number of things: stress levels, the particular allergen, the combination of allergens, illness, etc. As time goes on, an allergy sufferer can determine just how much, if any, of what is ok. For food allergies, some recommend a rotation diet in which various foods are eaten in rotation so that no one food is ever eaten more than once in a three-to-five day period. (The food juggling gets very complicated, but some find that the rotation diet helps them. The best thing to do is read about it and decide for yourself.)
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An allergy is an unusually high sensitivity to certain substances. An allergen is any substance that causes and allergic. For example, if pollen causes you to sneeze you have an allergy to pollen, in this case pollen is the allergen.
If you have an allergy you cannot handle ANY amount of an allergen, if you have any intolerence you may be able to handle small amounts or the allergen or traces, before you become ill.
If you don't need USP grade and can tolerate a certain amount of impurity, you can get it at just about any agricultural or garden supply store. Ask for agricultural lime.
Becuase we are only human and we can only tolerate certain things for a certain amount of time. Then we fight about it. Mosly because some people have soical problem and other's are just weak mided and give inn in to vilonce
An allergen is any substance which causes an allergic reaction.
* It depends. it has been speculated that if one is allergic to jojoba oil, then it is an allergen. * If there is a predisposition, anything under the sun, including the sun, can be an allergen.
Tolerable Mean Able To Be EnduredYou are patient and can tolerate things to a certain level.
An allergy is the reaction that the body will have, where as an allergen is something that causes the allergy to occur.
Tahini is made from ground sesame seeds, not from peanuts. To be certain, check the label for the ingredients and allergen statements.
A change in position in a certain amount of time is displacement.
The increase amount of mucous is the way your body is trying to rid itself of the allergen. It is thin and sticky and hopefully the thing causing the allergy (an allergen) will be trapped and will 'run out' with the mucous. Of course, not all allergens will be removed this way but your body has a general method of dealing with them.
antibodies are formed when the immune system comes in contact with the allergen.
A contract is something stating that you work a certain amount of years for a certain amount of money
the amount of goods produced at a certain time is called productivity
How long after having symptoms to a food allergen does the body continue to react to the allergen that was injested..Even if you took benadryl to help the symptoms how long does the body continue fighting the allergen?
yes i touch things a certain amount of time and i have ocd
No, there are not any fridges that will automatically close after a certain amount of time.
He is drawing a line in the sand. He will no longer tolerate certain actions or very firmly saying no.
while sometimes peanuts are an irresistible food to some people, other times they are an deadly allergen 5B
an allergy is an unusually high sensitivity to some substance but an allergen is Any substance that causes an allergic reaction
Tolerate is a verb.