What is an Allergy?
The topic of allergies has become routine
in our lives, and certainly most people have an idea of what an allergy is. It is an abnormal reaction by a person's
immune system against a normally harmless substance. A person without allergies would have no reaction to this substance,
but when a person who is allergic encounters the trigger, the body reacts by releasing chemicals which cause allergy symptoms.
However, just because there is a cause and effect between exposure to a substance and the development of symptoms does
not always mean that a person is allergic to that substance. For example, medications have known and expected side effects;
a person experiencing one of these side effects is not necessarily allergic to that medication. However, whether its
an allergy, sensitivity or side effect from drugs, the Bax 3000/NRG helps remove the neurological stress associated with the
allergen, drug or substances in our environment.
When and Why do People Develop Allergies?
is unknown why some people develop allergies and some don't. A theory is allergies or sensitivities are started
by a physical, chemical, or emotional trauma at the same time being exposed to the substance.
For example, a child is
vaccinated and the physical and emotional trauma of getting needle causes a severe stress response and this over loads
the nerve system. Now, the body doesn't know if its the needle that caused the trauma or the egg, thimersol (used
as binder) or other chemicals in the vaccination that caused the severe stress response. If the
nerve system incorrectly labels the egg proteins as cause, then every time the child eats an egg in the future,
it causes the stress response cycle all over again creating an immune system reaction leading to symptoms. Those symptoms
might be hives, stomach discomfort, Attention deficit, anxiety or skin conditions.
does a person develop a new allergy at 55 years old? They most likely suffered a severe physical, chemical or emotional
trauma. For example, the death of a loved one can cause a severe emotional trauma and the severe stress of the nerve system
can mistakenly link some other substance as the cause. Now every time the person comes into contact with that substance
it causes a severe neurological stress response.
Simple way to understand the link between physical, chemical
or emotional trauma to the autonomic nerve system is to think about a song that causes goose bumps up and down your spine
every time you listen to it.
What we do with the laser is try to retrain the body to become
o.k with the substance or substances that trigger a neurological stress response. We do not treat the condition of the
patient, but treat the patient who has the condition. We do not treat allergies but treat the patient who has allergies
and once we calm down the nerve system in association with the substance, the allergies go away or are dramatically reduced.