St. Louis Allergy Relief Center provides safe remedies to get rid of food sensitivities. Area patients can find relief from the various symptoms caused by sensitivity to foods.
PRESS RELEASE: St. Louis MO, 27-AUGUST-2015 – St. Louis Allergy Relief Center is pleased to announce that it is able to implement solutions for those who are exhibiting food sensitivities. Sensitivity to one or more foods can substantially reduce enjoyment of the daily activities of life. Food sensitivities can manifest in various ways, including in the digestive system and respiratory system. Skin conditions, headaches, muscular and circulatory system can be negatively affected. The Chesterfield MO advanced allergy therapy is at the forefront of implementing effective solutions.
A range of symptoms are actually due to food sensitivities. Often, the symptoms are addressed, rather than identifying the true cause of the discomfort. Acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), abdominal and intestinal pain, gas, bloating, diarrhea and vomiting are all digestive system complaints that may actually be caused by food sensitivities. Food sensitivities can create negative symptoms in the respiratory system. These include hay fever, wheezing, asthma, shortness of breath; runny nose and itchy watery eyes.
Food sensitivity can manifest as skin conditions, including eczema, skin rashes, hives, atopic dermatitis and blisters. Sensitivity to chocolate, wine, caffeine, dairy products and grains are responsible for headaches, migraines and muscular system symptoms. Changes in behavioral and emotional levels are also tied to food sensitivity.
A spokesperson for the St. Louis Allergy Relief Center explains, “Most patients who want the AAT therapies do not actually have allergies. They are more likely to be caused by food sensitivities, which are more difficult to address. The AAT therapy is an effective alternative to avoidance of the allergen. It is our mission to assist patients in reaching optimal health and well-being.”
Learn more about food sensitivities by paying a visit to the web pages at http://www.stlouisallergyrelief.com/ today. Members of the press and others who have further questions about the contents of this press release are invited to contact the Center at the location provided below.
Company Name: St. Louis Allergy Relief Center
Address: 1415 Elbridge Payne Road, #145, Chesterfield, MO 63017
Contact Telephone Number: (314) 384-9304