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Shellfish Allergy

Shellfish allergy is fairly common and shellfish is among the 8 foods or food groups that make up 90% of all serious allergic reactions in the US (CDC). Some people are allergic to all kinds of shellfish while others only react to certain shellfish like shrimp and lobster. Depending on the level of sensitivity, a tiny piece of shellfish can produce a serious allergic reaction. Adults seem to be more likely to have a shellfish allergy. Women react more often than men. In children, it is the other way around, boys suffer more often than girls. The reaction can start within a couple of minutes after coming in contact with the shellfish (whether the person touches it or ingests it). Symptoms are not the same for everybody. In mild cases, we see symptoms such as: Itchy skin, A tingly feeling in or around the mouth or throat, Hives or eczema, Abdominal pain, Runny or stuffy nose. In more severe cases, we may encounter: Swelling of the lips, tongue, face or other body parts, Severe stomach cramps, Throwing up and/or diarrhea, Coughing and wheezing. In extreme cases, a patient may suffer from anaphylaxis, which is a medical emergency. Symptoms that you may suffer during an anaphylactic reaction could include: Swelling of the throat and difficulty breathing, Drop in blood pressure and racing pulse, Dizziness and even passing out. The Allergy Kit can be a great tool when it comes to eliminating shellfish allergy, but there is a warning. If you know you may suffer from anaphylactic shock, can do the treatment but with a surrogate. This means you don't touch the vial yourself, instead you should have somebody else help you and hold the vial. After treatment(s), you must get tested to be absolutely sure that you are no longer allergic before you consume shellfish again. You do this treatment at your own risk!

Shellfish Allergy

Shellfish allergy is fairly common and shellfish is among the 8 foods or food groups that make up 90% of all serious allergic reactions in the US (CDC). Some people are allergic to all kinds of shellfish while others only react to certain shellfish like shrimp and lobster. Depending on...

Allergy to People

For the first time, The Allergy Kit's people allergy treatment allows you to treat yourself for any member of your family with whom you are not getting along. How can you have a good relationship with someone to whom you are allergic? The Allergy Kit is easy to do and...

Peanut Allergy

Peanut allergy can be very serious. If the person suffering the allergy is very sensitive, consuming peanuts can be life threatening. Since peanuts are included in so many foods and may cross-contaminate other nuts during processing and packaging, people can easily be exposed. For some, just a little “whiff” of...

Food Allergies in Children

Food allergies in children are on the rise. One reason could be that their parents or grandparents have allergies for which they were never treated. Allergies can be inherited. Some babies are even allergic to their mother’s milk and a breastfeeding mother may often notice the effects on the baby...

Allergy to Dogs

The Allergy Kit's dog allergy treatment helps families with dog allergies feel better fast. Nearly 40% of U.S. households have a dog and allergies are on the rise. Symptoms of Dog Allergies are usually similar to the allergies to cats: Asthma Coughing Chronic, itchy throat Hay Fever Hives Inflamed eyes Itchy Nose Nasal...

Allergy to Cats

The Allergy Kit's Cat Allergy Treatment is a natural allergy treatment based loosely on NAET. It addresses the real problem: an overactive immune system. Pet allergies are on the rise and allergies to cats seem to be the most common. Mostly we have the idea that we are allergic to the hairs and/or the dander...

What is Up With Wheat?

We hear a lot these days about how wheat is not good for us. How can that be?Wheat is and has been a staple food for so long. How can it not be good for us? There are many reasons.Firstly, we didn't eat all white, processed wheat in the old...

Allergies, Sensitivities & Intolerances: What's the Difference?

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