Allergies  - מרכז אורה גולן
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Allergies 

What is an allergy?

An allergy is an excessive reaction of the body’s immune system against natural substances which usually are not harmful. These substances are called allergens, and exposure to them can occur in a number of ways, including inhalation, ingestion, and direct skin contact. Allergic reactions may be immediate or slow. An immediate reaction appears seconds or minutes after exposure to the allergen and is therefore easy to identify. Reactions can be mild and subside quickly, such as a mild rash, but can also be extremely severe and dangerous, as in the case of anaphylactic shock. A slow allergic reaction appears between a few hours and a few days after exposure to the allergen, making the allergen extremely difficult to identify. Slow allergic reactions are the most common and typically cause chronic ongoing symptoms and a non-specified sense of discomfort. As a result, most people who suffer from them do not regard themselves as allergic. Such reactions can occur in children and adults alike.

Allergy Treatment using the NAET Method at the Ora Golan Center

The NAET (Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques) method was developed by Dr. Devi Nambudripad, an American physician of Indian origin who holds a medical degree and is an expert in chiropractic and acupuncture. Dr. Nambudripad, who played an active role in a large number of clinical studies dealing with the influence of allergens, developed this unique method in 1983 in order to diagnose and treat allergic reactions.

Who is the Ora Golan’s Center treatment of allergies suitable for?

Our allergy treatment is suitable for all ages, from infancy to old age, and for anyone interested in natural treatment without invasive, surgical, or medicinal intervention.

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