Signs of Allergies

  • Nose rubbing up toward the ceiling because it itches causing the allergic nose wrinkle.
  • Puffiness under the eyes.
  • Dark eye circles.
  • Eye wrinkles, especially those who have eczema. If you must tip your head or strain to see these wrinkles, you do not have them.
  • Brilliant red earlobes provide a red flag at the onset of an allergic reaction.
  • Abnormally red rosy cheeks particularly characteristic in allergic children two to four years old and adult females who have multiple food or chemical allergies.
  • Mothers/teachers recognize looks they describe as “spaced out,” “not with it,” “demonic” or having “glassy, glazed eyes” and these looks are typically accompanied by an episode of “impossible” behavior.
  • Facial twitches or tics along with rapidly wiggling legs and can include other muscles.
  • Recurrent infections – ear, sinus, adenoid and tonsil.
  • Abdominal pain, gas, nausea, diarrhea, constipation, or halitosis.
  • A general discomfort in the umbilical area.
  • Recurrent headaches above or behind the eyes or on the sides, back, or top of the head.
  • Aggression, vulgarity, withdrawal.
  • Coated white tongue, bloated abdomen, itchy body rash, persistent hair or foot odor not relieved by washing.


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