That is tiredness.
I learned this during a seminar by Dr. Nelson, who is the founder of Emotion Code & Body Code.
Apparently, sleepiness and tiredness are the most common symptoms of allergy.
That's why, it is so easily dismissed.
I have lactose intolerance but I had some milky ice-cream last week.
I knew it, but I thought it was okay.
But right after that, I became very sleepy.
Then, my nose was absolutely blocked by bedtime.
I began to sneeze as if I had a hay fever or something.
This is very typical for those who have lactose intolerance.
After three days of just telling myself "Well, it's okay, it will go away, when it goes away!" and not actively do anything to heal.
A healer not healing herself?
It often works faster than trying so hard to heal.
Because often, our "eagerness" to heal is expressed as "irritation" for having the symptoms in the first place!
I kept chilling while sneezing and talking in my nasal voice.
After three days, it was almost gone.
Once I got a clearer voice, I began "healing" myself by checking why I chose to have one with milk instead of lactose free one.
Allergy of this level is considered to be a soft nudge from our body, trying to make a point or two with us.
But if we dismiss it or face it with an irritation, then our body have no choice but to send us something more than that.
In other words, it gets serious.
That's why, it's important to look at it when the symptoms ease down.
So that the alarm doesn't go off.
Ray of Sunshine by Kaeko
All articles are my personal point of views.