People have a wide range of things to which they can develop allergies or intolerances. Food allergies like gluten sensitivity or lactose intolerance, or environmental allergies like pollen, dust, or mold, can have a negative effect on your health.

But you may even be allergic to something without knowing it! Allergy symptoms are sometimes subtle, but it doesn’t mean the substance to which you are allergic is any less harmful to you. And if you continue to subject yourself to the substances to which you are allergic or intolerant, it can have long-term health consequences.

Using a range of different modalities, including Bioenergetic Intolerance Elimination, BIE practitioner Evelina Hovich offers natural allergy remedies. She can help you bring your body into a state of balance, helping you to recognize and address your allergies and intolerances and alleviating the suffering which comes along with them.

What is an allergy?

When you are allergic to a substance, it triggers your immune system to respond like it’s a harmful substance.  It builds up antibodies to fight it off and destroy it.

What are the symptoms of an allergy?

If you experience any of the following symptoms, you may have an allergy:

  • Itchy, stuffy, or runny nose
  • Itchy, swollen, or watery eyes
  • Tingling or itchy mouth
  • Cough or sneezing
  • Itcky, flaky, or peeling skin, rashes, or hives
  • Vomiting
  • Swelling of the tongue, lips, face, or throat
  • Difficulty breathing or chest tightness
  • Swelling, especially in the case of insect stings or bites
  • Dizziness, anxiety, or anaphylaxis

What is food intolerance?

Food intolerance is a reaction to something you’ve eaten, like  a food, beverage, food additive, or something in your food. It’s similar to a food allergy, but because it doesn’t trigger the body’s immune system, it isn’t considered a true food allergy.

These reactions are often delayed, or they might only happen when you eat a lot of the offending food or eat it often. As a result, it’s hard to recognize what’s triggering your symptoms. Rather, your body may be missing the enzymes you need to digest that food. This can cause the food to pass through your digestive system without being properly digested.

What are the symptoms of food intolerance?

If you experience any of the following symptoms, you may have a food intolerance:

• Acne
• Acid Reflux
• Abdominal
• Anemia (low iron)
• Anxiety
• Arthritis
• Asthma
• Bad Breath
• Bloating
• Blood Sugar Disorders
• Cramps
• Candida
• Cold and Flu
• Colitis
• Congestion
• Constipation
• Cough
• Cramping
• Crohn’s disease
• Dark Circles Under Eyes
• Depression
• Diarrhea
• Digestive Disorders
• Ear Infections
• Eczema
• Fatigue
• Fluid Retention
• Food Cravings
• Hemorrhoids
• Headaches
• High Cholesterol
• Hives
• Hyperactivity
• Gas (colon)
• Gastric Distress
• Indigestion
• Infections (frequent)
• Insomnia
• Itchy Skin
• Itchy Watery Eyes
• Lactose Intolerance
• Low Thyroid
• Menopausal Symptoms
• Migraines
• Menstrual Problems
• Nasal Congestion
• Obesity
• Osteoporosis
• Phobias
• Poor Memory
• Psoriasis
• Poor Concentration
• Rashes
• Rectal Itching
• Restless Sleep
• Sensitivity to Light
• Seasonal Allergies
• Sinusitis
• Skin Rashes
• Snoring
• Sore Throat
• Tickle in Throat
• Ulcers
• Varicose Veins
• Yeast problems