What is an Allergy?
The term allergy may be used to describe the reaction produced by the body when it encounters something foreign. When an allergic reaction occurs, the body responds by producing antibodies and/or releasing specific chemicals called histamines. When released into the system, these histamines trigger an inflammatory response otherwise known as an allergic reaction.
Some Common Allergies
There are a number of different allergy triggers. The most common are pollen, dust mites, mold, animal dander, insect stings, latex, and certain food and medications. If you have an allergy, your symptoms can range from mild eye irritation and congestion to a more severe reaction causing generalized swelling and difficulty breathing.
Pollen Allergy: Exposure to pollen can trigger hay fever or seasonal allergies. Symptoms include sneezing, runny nose, nasal congestion and itchy, watery eyes.
Dust Mite Allergy: Dust mites are microscopic organisms that live in house dust. Symptoms of a dust mite allergy are similar to pollen allergy but often occur year round rather than just seasonally.
Mold Allergy: Molds are parasitic microscopic fungi with spores that float in the air like pollen. Molds can be a common trigger for allergies and may be found found in damp areas such as basements or bathrooms as well as in grass, leaf piles, hay, and mulch or under mushrooms. Symptoms of mold allergies can occur seasonally, especially in the summer and fall, or year round if mold is in your home. The symptoms are similar to those of pollen and dust mite allergies and include sneezing, congestion, itchy and watery eyes, runny nose, and coughing.
Food Allergies and Food Intolerance: Food allergies or food intolerances affect nearly everyone at some point. People often have an unpleasant reaction to something they ate and wonder if they have a food allergy. Food allergies include Milk, Eggs, Wheat, Nuts (peanuts), Fish, Shellfish, Soy, Sulfites and Casein.
Why do people suffer from allergies?
Allergies can often develop in times of great change such as puberty, marriage, poor health and with even parenthood. These changes can all affect us both externally and internally at a cellular level. With these changes in mind, NLP aims to help the individual identify how and when the allergy developed, and re-educates the body on how it may have acted differently. In training the imagination, NLP teaches the body what it needed to know to deal with the allergen at that crucial time of development, giving it a new point of reference for future encounters with allergens.
How to overcome an allergy
You can treat yourself by 'unlearning' the allergic response through gradual desensitization, or seek professional treatment. Combining Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) with modern hypnotherapy techniques and EFT techniques, you can rid yourself from most allergies within minutes, the old 'allergic response' programming in the brain can be interrupted and a new programme established enabling the mind to respond differently in the future.
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