It is not always obvious what sets off migraines, and once a GP has established that you are suffering from the condition, you should keep a detailed diary of the time of month, and of your environment
Certain foods are commonly associated with migraine, though what causes migraine in one person may not cause it in another.
Track your allergy symptoms and environment to discover your personal pollen triggers
The air can be particularly pollen-heavy in the summer months
When air quality is poor, allergic reactions can proliferate. When the air has a high pollen count, hay fever occurs.
Hay fever occurs when your body reacts to pollen as if it is an invasive and harmful agent.
Using a health-tracker app can be a big time saver, and also take the tedium and stress out of noting down every possible, potential allergen in your life.
Keeping a scrupulous food diary is the key to finding out what is causing your food allergy.
Coughs are the body’s way of getting rid of irritants or mucus build-up from the throat and respiratory tracts. They can also be a reaction to allergens and health triggers
A proven association between certain foodstuffs and acid reflux is the key to discovering what causes GORD