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Constant tiredness, procrastination, colds, running nose, lack of concentration. Treatment?

Hi, I m 22 years old, female, and currently a university student. Over the past few months I have been feeling constantly tired. I struggle to get up in the morning, and always feel like I need more sleep. During the day, I find it hard to get motivated, and am falling behind in my studies. I ll procrastinate for the entire day, even when I have looming deadlines. I m constantly fighting off colds, my nose runs like a tap and I never seem to be completely free of it. Would really appreciate some advice!
Asked On : Sat, 11 Aug 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
milk proteins or wheat proteins are reacting with the body proteins
the food allery can have typical symptomps you wrote
and it can cause cold and other symptomps
get consultation of allergeologoist who will do blood serum tets for specific antibodies for milk wheat potato and other food
withdraw according to result and you will be fine
Answered: Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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