To unusual conclusions of the German researchers.
Scientists from the Technical University of Munich (Germany) found that some mental disorders can increase the risk of developing allergies, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the news of Yu.
The researchers analyzed data from more than 1.7 million people with seasonal and year-round allergies. Volunteers were divided into groups depending on type of illness: reaction to animal dander, dust, food, hay fever, and then assessed the mental state of each participant.
Research has shown that people with depression are sensitive to the dust mites and wool, and volunteers with anxiety disorders – and plant pollen.
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Scientists still have to define a trigger, for example, allergies can occur due to weakened on the background of impaired mental immunity.