Central Sensitivity Syndromes – Difficult to Classify

Central Sensitivity Syndromes  |  A ‘Family’ of Related Illnesses  |  By Adrienne Dellwo |   | Updated December 16, 2018


Allergies are the type of sensitivity people are generally the most familiar with. In allergies, your body has an inappropriate physical reaction to something that doesn’t bother other people at all. In fact, While the sensitivities of a CSS aren’t exactly allergies, they do involve an inappropriate physical reaction.

Central Sensitivity Syndromes A ‘Family’ of Related Illnesses By Adrienne Dellwo | Reviewed by Grant Hughes, MD Updated April 21, 2017

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