Anxiety, gut problems and allergies very often go hand in hand and can be very distressing. Often the root cause of the problem can be found in a damaged gut flora and a weakened gut lining which disturbs the immune system. Research has shown that probiotics has been very beneficial for those suffering from different kinds of allergies and intolerances. Serious probiotics adverse effects are extremely rare. A study in Jan 2013 showed that 8 weeks of eating probiotics decreased the level of allergic markers in the body. That study dealt with pollen allergy but the same applies to many other allergies. The study reported no side effects whatsoever. Many other studies show similar results with probiotics for allergies, depression, inflammation and gut problems. That includes basically all symptoms that you mention. One reason why probiotics works so well for all those symptoms is that the root cause is a damaged/abnormal gut causing a chain reaction that can results in many different symptoms.
The surgeon begins with four small incisions, approximately half an inch long, in the upper right side of the abdomen. Two of these incisions allow the surgeon to place surgical instruments in the abdominal cavity. The third incision is used to insert the laparoscope , an instrument that has a light and a video camera that allows the surgeon to view the surgery on a monitor while working. The fourth incision is used to insert a port that releases carbon dioxide gas, inflating the abdomen to allow better visualization and more room to work.