What is an allergy?

An allergy is an excessive and harmful reaction of the body and the immune system, against natural substances, which are usually harmless. These substances are called allergens and exposure to them is expressed in various forms: inhalation of the substance, ingestion of the allergen or direct contact with the skin. An allergic reaction can be immediate, or slow. An immediate reaction appears seconds, or minutes after exposure to the allergen so it is easy to detect the allergen. This reaction can be mild and transient as a mild stimulus, but can also be very severe and dangerous as an inflationary market. A slow allergic reaction occurs a few hours to a few days after exposure to the allergen and is therefore extremely difficult to detect. A slow allergic reaction is the most common and usually causes persistent chronic symptoms and undefined discomfort, so most people who suffer from it do not identify themselves as allergic.

These reactions can occur in children and adults.

Treatment of allergies using the NAET method

Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET) Dr. Debbie Nambudripad, an American physician of Indian descent, holds a degree in medicine and is an expert in chiropractic and acupuncture (acupuncture). In 1983 in order to diagnose and treat allergic reactions.

Who is the treatment for allergies suitable for?

The treatment of allergies is suitable for all ages from infancy to old age.
Anyone interested in natural treatment without invasive, surgical or pharmacological intervention.

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