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hypersensitivities

Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of hypersensitivity.

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Examples

  • While diagnosing allergies and hypersensitivities is often a long and difficult task, none of the alternative therapies are worth anything at all, less alone hundreds or thousands of dollars for useless tests.

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  • The public needs this information so that they can identify whether they have "hypersensitivities" to any of the ingredients and whether they are at risk of experiencing a serious allergic reaction.

    Women's Space

  • GSD gut half and half health hemorrhoids hot dogs hydrogen breath test hypersensitivities

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  • If they occur more frequently than that, we start to look for a reason like food hypersensitivities, allergies, or thyroid conditions to name a few.

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  • Resurfacing isn't suitable for everyone, such as older patients, those with osteoporosis, impaired kidney function, known metal hypersensitivities and large areas of dead bone.

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  • Electromagnetic Sensitivity is a painful chronic illness of hypersensitivities reactions to electromagnetic radiations for which there is no known cure.

    American Chronicle

  • However, in an effort to appease the hypersensitivities of the Alabama NAACP, maybe the ladies should wear rap video-ho stitchings.

    BlogWonks

  • A minority have epilepsy, and gut problems are quite common, but, for most, "quality of life" depends on quality of care and understanding, appropriate education, and a living environment that takes account of their sensory hypersensitivities.

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  • Animals experiencing such a maternal deficit during their early days later suffer from extreme hypersensitivities to stress-inducers.

    Uncommon Descent

  • ●Muscle twitching ●Loss of balance and clumsiness Overload phenomena: ●hypersensitivities to light, sound motion, odors ●Inability to block out background noise and focus on on conversation ●Informational overload with inability to multi-task ●Motor overload, with staggering and weakness ●dizziness ●numbness ●tinnitus (ringing in the ears) ●nausea ●shooting pain ●Overload may cause temporary immobilization Immune Dysfunction ●A general ill or flu-like feeling, more frequent in the acute onset stage of the illness, less frequent in the chronic stages, most notably post-exertionally ●tender lymph nodes ●recurrent sore throat ●new food sensitivities ●new

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