San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 18, 2006
A new medication without treatment for allergies is successful because it negates emotions and anxiety. A study by Harvard Medical School, stress and negative emotional reactions associated with allergic reactions such as hay fever, asthma and eczema. But conventional treatments allergies usually involve antihistamines rather than treating the unresolved emotional issues. Therefore, only drugs provide temporary relief of symptoms.
In contrast, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) provides a characteristic approach to drug costs for treatment of allergies. This gentle, do-it-yourself acupressure neutralizes negative form, 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 Americans have some sort of allergy. Inhaled allergens such as mold, pollen, dust mites are among the most common and patients tend to rely on antihistamines to relieve symptoms. Allergies to insect stings, nuts and latex can be fatal with 40 million people at risk of anaphylactic reactions. Generally, people with allergies are advised to know what things they are allergic to? and to avoid these things.
According to Gary Craig, the Stanford-trained engineer who developed EFT? research, as the study from Harvard Medical School, shows a clear association between unresolved negative emotions and illness. EFT is one of the only techniques available that treats the disease at this fundamental level emotionally. It is easy to learn and anyone can apply to their own EFT, either to prevent allergies, or to treat an allergy attack.?
EFT is a modern version of acupuncture that has been used for 5000 years to treat emotional and physical ailments. It combines gentle fingertip tapping on key acupuncture points while focusing on physical or emotional problems. Craig said,? He regularly provides relief to allergy sufferers where allergy shots, sprays and antihistamines have failed. EFT not only relieves allergy symptoms immediately, but in most cases, allergies are neutralized permanently.?
Dr. Anne Curtis
has been a patient in the middle of the night. ? She was covered from head to foot in a very red, itchy allergic skin rashes caused by antibiotics,? said Dr. Curtis. ? She was also very anxious because the last time she had an allergy to antibiotics she continued to have difficulty breathing and become very swollen. There were reasons why so many of us wanted to avoid giving medication, if possible.? Instead she used EFT to his patient? And S for the reaction of anxiety associated with it.
instantly itching, stinging eyes and skin were relieved and the rash began to disperse. In all, they did EFT for about ten minutes. Said Dr. Curtis? She now felt comfortable to go back to bed and when I saw her in the morning, she had no rash left at all.?
? We do not advocate the use of EFT instead of avoiding allergens or get medical care? said Craig. ? But most people with allergies are likely to come into contact with food, chemicals, drugs, or molds that trigger a reaction when medical treatment is not available. We have received many reports where EFT was used to halt anaphylactic reactions while waiting for emergency medical assistance. Others report that they have eliminated the long life allergies to dust, animals and food? they simply no longer react when exposed to these allergens.?
? EFT was designed to put this universal healing tool in the hands of as many people as possible? says Craig. ? To that end, I offer EFT manual for free download from the EFT website.?
Over 300,000 have downloaded Craig? s free training manual and another 10,000 download it each month. The EFT Manual has been translated by volunteer practitioners into nine languages.
EFT Manual explains the basics so that anyone can begin applying EFT right away. It can be freely downloaded at
For more information, contact Gary Craig at 707-785-2848.
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