Hay Fever, Eczema, and Asthma (Atopic Syndrome)
These maladies are frequently found together having several things in common. While there is usually no one specific cause, there are often identifiable triggers (e.g. wheat, dairy or change in season).
A trigger is something that may precipitate an outbreak, whereas a cause is often a deeper issue for which the body has established a compensation mechanism.
It is because compensation mechanisms strain the body’s resources that they contribute to functional problems.
In this scenario nearly any additional stress will precipitate an outbreak.
In the short term avoiding the trigger(s) may be a solution, but lasting results only come from identifying the causative immune habits and correcting them.