INTRODUCTION TO ALLERGIES
According to the Allergy and Asthma Foundation of America, 1 in 5 people suffer from some type of allergy. With those odds, it’s highly likely that you or someone you know experiences some form of seasonal, food-related, or environmental allergies. Allergies can remain unknown and silent contributors towards any symptom until a person has the appropriate allergy testing done by a medical doctor.
Symptoms of common allergies can range from mild to debilitating, to life-threatening (anaphylaxis). For some, symptoms may only arise at certain times of the year when certain allergens are more prevalent or may persist year-round. It’s also true that some may be reactive to only a few substances while others have an extensive list of allergens that lead a rapid downward spiral with even the slightest exposure by inhaling, digesting, or upon skin contact.
Regardless of where you find yourself along these spectrums, Advanced Cell Training (ACT) offers an at-home training method that can help you kick allergies to the curb, so you don’t have to suffer through another allergy season or cut yourself off from everything that makes you sneezy, stuffy, drippy, puffy, and all-around miserable.
An Introduction To Common Allergies
- Seasonal allergies (also known as hay fever or allergic rhinitis)
- Perennial allergies – symptoms continue throughout the year
- Food allergies (especially gluten, dairy, nuts, eggs, soy, and shellfish)
- Pharmaceutical allergies (some herbs and supplements too)
- Environmental allergies (mold, smoke, dust, fragrance, dyes, grass, plants, etc.)
- Latex allergy
- Contact dermatitis
- Pet dander or insect bite allergies
- Anaphylaxis – a potentially life-threatening allergic reaction that results in trouble breathing and swelling in your mouth or throat.