What are the most common symptoms of delayed food hypersensitivity reaction?

The most common symptoms of delayed food hypersensitivity are listed below:
Digestive disorders: bloating, flatulence, nausea, heartburn, constipation, diarrhea, rectal itching, abdominal cramps.
Physical or mental fatigue Especially after a meal or after a „good night’s sleep”
Non-normalized weight: Swelling or water retention, the tendency to fluctuations in body weight, the difficulty of reducing body weight, even if you think what you eat and count calories.
Unbridled appetite: desire of sweets and refined carbohydrates.
Allergic “black eyes”: dark circles under eyes, puffy eyes, bags under the eyes.
Excessive secretion of mucus: chronically congested nose, runny nose, excess mucus from the respiratory tract, often blowing the nose, blocked or itchy ears.
Chronic pain: Migraine or other headaches, muscle aches, joint pain.
Sleep disorders: Sleepiness during the day, insomnia at night.
Emotional, mental, behavioral symptoms: Sudden changes in mood, irritability without apparent reason, hyperactivity, difficulty concentrating, unexplained anxiety or depression.

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