Acupressure Technique for Allergic Reactions
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A new drug–free treatment for allergies is successful because it negates emotions and anxiety. According to a Harvard Medical School study, stress and negative emotional responses are associated with allergic reactions like hay fever, asthma and eczema. But conventional allergy treatments typically involve antihistamines rather than addressing unresolved emotional issues. As a result, medications only offer temporary relief from symptoms.
In contrast, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) delivers a distinctive, drug fee approach to treating allergies. This gentle, do–it–yourself form of acupressure neutralizes negative, disruptive feelings, emotions and stress and balances the energy meridians (chi). When balance is achieved in the meridians, physical symptoms of allergies dissipate.
According to the National Institutes of Health, more than half of all Americans have some kind of allergy. Inhaled allergens like molds, pollens, dust mites are among the most common and sufferers tend to rely on antihistamines to alleviate symptoms. Allergies to insect stings, nuts and latex can be life threatening with an estimated 40 million people being at risk for anaphylactic allergic reactions. Typically, allergy sufferers are advised to know what things they are allergic to ‘¦ and to avoid those things.