My allergies are peanuts, nuts, soy, latex, and other seeds and fruits. I am sensitive to toxins/chemicals in the air such as off-gassing from new rugs. Wondering if there is anyone who deals with something like this, and how would you travel? We’re planning a 14 hour drive, and I don’t want to miss it, but I don’t want to go and be completely stressed out the whole time. Please answer only if you have similar conditions (you or a family member). Thank you.
To answer your query, you should avoid eating stuff that’s bad for your health. You are fortunate that you already know what foodstuff to avoid. That craving is only in your mind. For sure, there are other finger foods that you like so you can travel safe and happy. If you have environmental sensitivities, just avoid the stuff that trigger or aggravates your condition. You can also take allergy shots if needed. For more information on your query, I’ll post several links below.
How To Manage Allergies
Allergies: Living & Managing – WebMD
It is not hard to manage allergies if you know why you have them. Just avoid the stuff that make you suffer. You might have a strong craving for some foodstuff so if you want to avoid discomfort, just avoid your poison.
Severe Allergies: Managing Allergens to Control Seasonal Allergies
There are ways at how to manage and control your allergies and you’ll learn a lot of strategies through this wonderful article, so enjoy and devour the information in this write-up.
Allergies: Treatment & Care – WebMD
There is so much to understand from this article such as types of allergies, how to find out your allergies, prevent allergy, how to control seasonal allergies, can you develop seasonal allergies later in life, and kids allergies.
A very helpful video about managing allergies. You should watch and share this video.
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