The itch it can be a sign of various pathologies. In fact, it can depend on some contact allergies, food intolerances but also on dermatitis, skin lesions of various types and kidney diseases. Itching could be caused by liver and endocrine diseases. And then again edema, neoplasms (Hodgkin’s disease) and infectious diseases such as measles and chicken pox. Neurological diseases must also be added.
Vomit it can be caused by many stimuli. It typically comes because it is caused by a systemic illness such as the flu. However, it can also depend on some emotional states and intense pain. Vomits also there has a strong distension of the small intestine. The rotational movement of the head that occurs in motion sickness also causes it. Vomiting can also occur when certain substances are ingested.
The 10 symptoms of food intolerances
Food intolerances are generally recognized by some symptoms that it is important to know how to recognize in order not to have major problems. Unlike what happens with allergies, in fact, intolerances are less serious and occur gradually. There are several types. The most common are enzymatic ones. What causes them is the body’s inability to metabolize some elements of food. For example, we can mention the lactose intolerance found in milk. Sometimes food additives also cause them. Here are the most common symptoms.
Bad digestion. In these cases there are burning, halitosis, regurgitation and pain that is localized in the upper part of the abdomen.
Stomach cramps. There is the appearance of a painful sensation that tightens the upper abdomen. This symptom appears suddenly to disappear and reappear after a few moments.
Diarrhea. Food intolerances can cause the emission of watery or liquid stools. Diarrhea arrives in an acute form but be careful because many other times it lasts over time until it becomes chronic. It can be accompanied with gas expulsion.
Flatulence. An intolerance can also cause a lot of gas. In these cases there can be a lot of gas emission from the rectum.
Nausea. The sick feeling of nausea may be accompanied by a tendency to vomit. The symptom in general is associated with disgust towards food, towards some smells and also a nuisance or towards some odors and discomfort in the stomach. Nausea can also typically be accompanied by dizziness, sweating, and paleness.
Itching. It is the symptom par excellence of food intolerances. It can be intense and causes the urge to scratch. It can also be associated with some skin manifestations.
Swelling. It occurs in the abdominal area. It is caused by the accumulation of gas in the intestine. It is also sometimes accompanied by other symptoms such as meteorism.
Regurgitation. It is a rise of acid regurgitation that goes up towards the esophagus. This can also be accompanied by a kind of excessive salivation.
Colic. In food intolerances, stomach pain occurs acutely. You can have colic but also violent contractions of the muscles of the intestine. Generally everything is preceded by a general malaise mixed with nausea and vomiting.
Headache. It can occur continuously or even intermittently. It can be mild but also strong. Localized in a certain point or generalized.