An allergy is an inappropriate reaction to a substance, known as an allergen.
An allergen is viewed by the Central Nervous System as a threat to the body’s well being. The CNS, in turn, activates the Immune System to "attack" the allergen. The resulting response by the immune system causes damage to the body and produces "allergy symptoms".
The presence of allergy symptoms indicates a compromised or malfunctioning Immune System. The majority of people do not react to common allergens.
NAET is primarily based on Chinese Medicine principles, but it also contains some elements of western medicine and chiropractic. NAET re-programs the Central Nervous System so it does not react to a specific allergen.
Manual muscle testing is used to determine sensitivity to an allergen. After the allergens are identified, they are cleared one at a time using acupressure techniques. Following the treatment, the allergen should be avoided for 25 hours. In most cases, one treatment is sufficient to clear one allergen. Occasionally for highly sensitive people, multiple treatments will be required to clear a specific allergen.
Generally, once an allergen is cleared, the relief should be permanent.
For more information see naet.com.
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