4. Problems with the central nervous system
Gluten increases inflammation and intestinal permeability. As a result, symptoms of gluten sensitivity may include problems with concentration, depression, anxiety, insomnia and fatigue. Some people with gluten intolerance are irritable and are afraid of easily losing the thread of their ideas and have little concentration.
According to one study, people with gluten intolerance suffer from migraines more often than other people. The causes of headaches can be very different. A person allergic to gluten may experience headaches 30 to 60 minutes after eating.
5. Skin and nail problems
Hair keratosis and herpetiform dermatitis are two skin diseases that are directly related to gluten intolerance. Symptoms include itching and rash that can occur on the hands, trunk, face, buttocks, elbows and hairline. Brittle and brittle nails are another symptom. Other skin irritations such as eczema can mimic gluten blockage. If you experience any of these symptoms, start a gluten-free diet as soon as possible. Oatmeal and gluten-free rice are a good start.
Gluten intolerance can also lead to another condition called ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder). ADHD can occur in children and adults. People with this disorder have limited problems of self-control and attention. A gluten-free diet can help relieve the symptoms of ADHD.