It has been shown that a high-sensitivity to the effects of stress in people with asthma and other allergies is the root of a serious allergy called food allergy. A low-sensitivity to stress is also a very serious allergy that is often associated with anaphylactic shock. It's also an allergy that leads to food allergies in people who don't have asthma, so it may be a good idea to find out if a product helps you, even if you are not allergic to it. Some common allergy problems: Food allergy to peanuts, eggs, tree nuts, fish, shellfish, grains, soy products, milk, wheat, and many other foods
Fetal alcohol syndrome (FAS) to a baby that is exposed to alcohol, alcohol-based drugs, or alcohol products in the womb.
Allergy to a food or product that is very sensitive, such as an ingredient found in peanuts, eggs, or nuts.
Skin allergy to latex (latex is a material used in clothing and cosmetics) and other materials used in baby clothing and toys, such as fabrics and plastic toys.
Anaphylactic shock caused by an allergy reaction to a drug or an ingredient in a baby product. There is no known way to treat these allergic reactions, but you can take extra precautions to minimize your risk of a reaction.