n a phenomenon in which a person becomes sensitized to substances different from the substance to which the person is already sensitized.
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Some people may experience cross-sensitization, meaning that because of a previous exposure and a bad reaction to that chemical, they become sensitized (allergic) to related compounds.
The evidence that sugar and other constituents of food can be an addiction is quite good, especially if you think about binging, craving, withdrawal, cross-sensitization, increased consumption, and drive for the 'drug' in a classic manner," Dr.
To date, there is no evidence to suggest cross-sensitization between Vumon and VePesid.