Are allergies a disability?

April 21, 2022
Yes. A person with a disability is someone who has or is suspected of having a physical or mental impairment that significantly limits one or more main living activities. Allergic asthma is a frequently recognised impairment. While hay fever is specifically omitted from the definition of disability (unless where it exacerbates the effects of another ailment), a severe allergy, such as nut intolerance, can be included.Encourage your body’s natural potential to be healthy with Salt Therapy for Allergies at Saltworld.