Archive for January, 2012

Jan
23

Headaches And Migraine Causes

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Migraines Causes - Are Allergies To Blame?If you suffer from headaches or migraines your life can be a misery can’t it? The pain can be excrutiating and there doesn’t appear to be anyone coming up with any cure that doesn’t involve taking drugs……….until now! Let us look at, what is probably a totally new concept to you, in what headaches and migraines causes are.

Migraines and headaches can be caused by allergies

According to Dr Devi Nambudripad, 90-95% of the 1,500 cases of migraine headaches that she treated over a three year period, recovered through clearing allergies alone!

Although a small percentage of migraine headaches can be caused by deficiencies, injuries and emotional disturbances, I have to agree with Dr Devi that most are caused by allergies. Migraines are an allergy affecting the nervous system because they are caused by an allergy of the brain tissue.

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Hives CausesI have been asked by several people what causes hives or urticaria and angioedema. I have written this post to answer this question as it affects so many people.

Hives (urticaria) are itchy, red areas with white, raised, central circles and they look like mosquito bites. They can come and go over a one or two week period with no apparent reason.

Angioedema is a variant of hives. It presents as a marked swelling of the deeper tissues. It can be painful but it isn’t itchy.

Hives are a symptom of an allergic-reaction to certain substances.

I have compiled some lists of what these substances could be which I have taken from, “Allergies and Your Family,” by Doris Rapp M.D

 Which foods can cause hives?

Allergies/intolerances/sensitivities to these foods can cause hives:

Most common:

  • Chocolate
  • Eggs
  • Fish
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Jan
18

Definition Of Allergy

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My Definition Of An AllergyThere seems to be some confusion about the definition of allergy. This dates back to 1925 when opinions in the medical world split and two camps were formed. I would like to try to clear this confusion by explaining a simplified medical definition, my allergy definition and the definition of others who I respect working in the allergy field.

Medical Allergy Definition

The medical profession tends to define an allergy as causing the activation of immunoglobulin type E(IgE) antibodies. However millions of people experience many allergic symptoms every day without producing these antibodies. The medical profession would call these sensitivities, hypersensitivities and intolerances, not allergies.

Some Alternative Allergy Definitions

Dr Devi Nambudripad, who developed NAET (Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques) states that, “An allergy is an adverse physical, physiological, and/or psychological response of an individual towards one or more substances also known as allergens”.

Categories : Allergies
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Were Allergies The Cause Of The Teenage Girl's Asthma Who Died?It saddened me to read that a girl had found her teenage sister dead, after she had suffered an acute asthma attack. It made me realise how important my work is and how important it is that I get my allergy clearing system into the hands of as many people as possible, as soon as possible!

The sad story

According to the London Evening Standard, Savanna Myers, aged 11 found her sister, Lakisha lying on the floor. She said, “I wanted to wake Lakisha up because I was bored but her face looked different. She had purple lips and was really pale, really scary looking”.

“I started screaming. The ambulance tried to make her breathe again but it was too late”.

Allergic Fatigue*  Are you feeling tired all the time?

*  Do you have no energy or motivation to do anything?

*  Has your doctor told you that there is no infection, diabetes or thyroid problem?

*  Have you been left feeling like you are a hypochondriac or time waster?

*  Are you eating a diet that you think is healthy and should be filling you with vitality but it just seems to be making you  worse?

*  Are you waking up feeling like you have had no sleep?

The list could go on!

If you suffer from even just one of the symptoms I have listed above you could be very likely suffering from allergic fatigue.

Absolutely any food or substance can cause allergic fatigue.

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How To Use Ask & Receive To Stick To Your New Year's ResolutionsFollowing on from How To Use Ask & Receive To Get What You Want In 2012 (Pt 1) let's really hone in and blitz  those limiting beliefs that stop us from having what we want.

For each desire from your list you can go through your limiting beliefs. For example:

1. "There's a part of my Being that already knows (that it is possible to give up smoking within the next month)".

2. "That part of my Being is willing to inform the rest of me now".

3. "It is doing so now with grace and ease".

4. "My mind, body and Spirit are receiving this information.

5. "Information transfer is now complete".

Put your limiting beliefs into the positive and replace It is possible:

"That it is safe for me to easily give up smoking within the next month".

Categories : Ask & Receive
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How To Get Exactly What You Want In 2012New Year’s Resolutions suck! They are just wishes that are destined for failure as we sabotage them with our limiting beliefs!Today I am going to teach you a really easy method called Ask & Receive which will help you bypass those limiting beliefs so that you can start receiving everything you desire!

Limiting Beliefs

So what is a limiting belief?

Have you made a New Year’s resolution to lose weight but then thought, “oh it’s so difficult, I will never be able to do it” or “I am giving up smoking” but “People who smoke seem to be more relaxed and more fun. I don’t want to be stressed and boring”.

It’s those ‘buts’ that are limiting beliefs. Common limiting beliefs are:

Safety – it’s dangerous for me to________

Possibility – it’s just not possible for me to___________because I have always failed

Categories : Ask & Receive
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Allergy To Wheat Symptoms

 

Wheat allergy symptoms can come on straight after exposure to wheat or can take up to 72 hours. This is common of  most food allergies  or intolerances and it’s the reason why it can be so difficult to detect what we are actually allergic to without using muscle testing.

Today I want to look at what the typical wheat allergy symptoms or wheat intolerance symptoms are and what options are available to relieve the suffering.

Before we go on I would like to point out that we are dealing solely with wheat allergy, not gluten allergy, which will be the topic of another post.

 

Some wheat allergy symptoms to look out for are:

  • Itching in areas like the mouth and throat
  • Behavioural problems
  • Rash or hives
  • Intermitent or daily diarrhea, constipation, nausea and flatulence or belching
Categories : Allergies
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