If your eyes are starting to water, and your nose is getting itchy then it may be because you have an allergy. Have you considered an allergy test or an intolerance test?
Unfortunately for allergy and intolerance sufferers, the symptoms that present themselves are usually all year-round. With Spring just around the corner, the green leaves and warmer weather may cause chaos to those suffering from an allergy, especially if it seasonal.
Intolerance and allergy test
Many people ask us how an intolerance test and an allergy test work, as well as looking to learn about what happens in the body when an allergic reaction takes place. It is important to note that an allergy and intolerance are different things. Global News has reported that around 20-30 percent of Canadians suffer from some kind of seasonal allergy, and it is incredibly important that you identify your intolerances and allergies.
What is an allergy?
It is common that an individual in Canada, or all around the world, will not be aware that they are in fact suffering from an allergy. This is dangerous as allergies and their symptoms have the potential to cause widespread havoc and can sometimes even be life-threatening, particularly in the case of eating foods that you are allergic to. If you believe you have an allergy, then we recommend you immediately consult a Health Professional who may conduct an allergy test or provide you with advice on how to cope with your allergy.
What are the most common allergies in the Canadian Spring?
Temperatures vary across the country, with allergy season starting at different times depending on how each province is faring. During the summer, many people will report allergies to trees as the first sign of allergy season, with grass intolerance and allergy becoming more prevalent as the year goes on. Mould is present all year round and often depends on the cleanliness of your home as much as the temperature. To get rid of intolerance symptoms, you can order an intolerance test from Test Your Intolerance. We do not offer an allergy test but we can help you deal with your intolerances.
What is an intolerance?
Intolerance is when your body struggles to digest any foods or is overexposed to an item. Without an intolerance test, you may find it difficult to identify which items are causing your symptoms. These symptoms may include a bloated stomach, nausea, and headaches. To manage your intolerances, you should look to avoid the item which is highlighted on your detailed report.
To find out more, please log on to Test Your Intolerance and speak to our customer service advisors via LiveChat. They will help you to identify which test might be best for you, as well as help you with any other queries which you may have.