An important message for Parents, teachers, and the general public is that Allergy affects the physical and mental development of children, consult the allergies before your child develops such problems.


Observe early signs of allergy in your child and prevent sever diseases like asthma and behavioral, physical and mental problems.  Look out for:

RED EARS: Children develop red ears after taking allergic food or being exposed to pollens, molds, or house dust mites.



NOSE RUB: These children are continuously rubbing the nose and develop creases on the upper side of the nose called Shiners.

BED WETTING: Allergic children have bed wetting for several years even after nappy training and this may continue even after 15 yrs of age.

MEMORY AND CONCENTRATION: They are either very intelligent or slow in class. Intact in the early stage of the disease they are very intelligent and as the disease progresses, they become less and less interested in studies and in-class since allergy affects memory and concentration.

RESTLESSNESS AND HYPERACTIVE: Allergic children are typically restless and hyperactive. They cannot sit or stay still or quiet.

BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS: Allergy can cause behavioral problems in children, present only when exposed to allergic foods or aeroallergens.

IRRITABLE AND AGREESIVE: Such children are crying without apparent reason, they become easily irritable, and will bite other children and even parents. 

In ADD (Attentive and Attention Deficit Disorder): Some children are slow, they become inattentive and look blank.



Children having allergies to foods, aeroallergens and chemicals can present symptoms such as:

  1. Stuffiness or sniffling.
  2. Clucking throat sounds or throat clearing.
  3. Coughing or wheezing.
  4. Itchy watery eyes.
  5. Swollen eyelids.
  6. Puffy bags below eyes.
  7. Swollen cracked lips.
  8. Itchy skin rashes, especially in the arm or leg creases.
  9. Frequent hearing loss after frequent ear infections.
  10. Sudden ear pain or ringing in the ears.
  11. Recurrent headaches.
  12. Recurrent leg aches or muscle aches. The child complains of pains in their limbs after playing.
  13. They are not still and start moving their hands or their legs up and down or sideways rapidly.
  14. Recurrent intestinal symptoms of nausea, bloating, pain, belching, halitosis, diarrhea, or constipation.
  15. Unexplained facial pallor.
  16. Extreme ticklishness.
  17. Children’s allergies behavior.
  18. Dark blue-black or red eye circles.

These children often act as if spaced out and if you try to snub him, he does not seem to acknowledge it or hear it. Some appear always sleepy, or tired whilst others are fidgety and cannot stand still.

They can’t concentrate on their books nor follow the advice or directions given to them. This type of in attentive behavior is seen after one eats artificially colored beverages or cereals, candies, popcorns, corn products, chocolates, peanut butter, tomato products like pizza, milk or dairy products, bakery products, which contain additives or preservatives, and apple, grape or orange juice. These foods can cause hyperactivity, depression, fatigue, headache, abdominal discomfort, asthma, or hay fever. Parents can feel depressed by their child’s behavior, and similarly in school teachers can be frustrated with the seemingly lack of commitment from their students.  This can all be broken down with proper allergy testing from the start of symptoms.