sensitivity or inappropriate reaction may cause symptoms from any organ system
in the body.Some systems are prone to
reacting to certain families of allergies or substances, such as the
respiratory system reacting to pollen.However, a substance may affect any organ system, which could cause a
multitude of symptoms varying from case to
case.For example, a reaction to wheat
may cause hives in one person, digestive issues in another, fatigue, wheezing
or Acid Reflux all in different patients.AAT addresses the specific organ systems affected by the allergen or
include reflux, heartburn, abdominal and intestinal pain, cramping, gas,
bloating, nausea, diarrhea and vomiting.Primarily caused by reactions to food or other ingestants.
Symptoms include sneezing, congestion, runny nose, wheezing,
shortness of breath, coughs, postnasal drip, skin conditions, rashes and itchy,
watery eyes.Reactions may be associated
with pollens, dust, food, chemicals and animals (including dog and cat dander
and bird feathers), air-borne substances and contactants.
Symptoms may include red, itchy, or scaly skin rashes,
blisters with oozing and crusting, dry leathery patches or hives. The main
cause of dermatological reactions can be a reaction to food but can also be
caused by plants, contactants and chemicals.
be caused by reactions to food such as chocolate and caffeine, airborne
irritants such as pollens and chemicals including household cleaners, perfumes
and vehicle fumes.
Tiredness and Fatigue
Many reactions result in lethargy and feelings of
fatigue.Tiredness can also occur at
certain times of the day, such as in the afternoon after eating.
Symptoms may affect multiple systems in the body, resulting
in headaches, irritability, hyperactivity, mood swings, fatigue, tachycardia,
Chemicals - household cleaners, perfumes, building
materials, washing detergent, pesticides
Occupational sensitivities such as latex or building
materials such as paints, glues, carpets, woods or varnishes. Animals, Heat, cold and humidity/dampness
Symptoms associated with an allergy or
sensitivity can contribute to common conditions such as: asthma, Irritable
Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit
and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
However not all cases involve allergies or sensitivities.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is primarily
caused by sensitivities and affects approximately 15% of the population. Common symptoms include diarrhea,
constipation, and bloating and abdominal pain.
Skin conditions, such as eczema, dermatitis and hives are
commonly associated with the symptoms of an allergy or sensitivity.