Relieve Allergies Without Side Effects! Use Chinese Medicine
Allergies are mostly triggered by pollen of flowers, grasses, and weeds. The most common symptoms of allergies are itchy eyes, sneezing, running nose, headaches and fatigue.
Some medicines are used to treat it. But most of them have a certain side effects and they are not aim to to improve the overall health of the patient to prevent further allergies.
Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture can be used to relieve the allergies and most important they are focus on maintaining the balance of the body and improving the overall health of the patient to prevent further allergies.
Allergies can be differentiated as different syndromes by using Chinese Medicine Diagnosis Method. Some syndromes are related to the allergies, such as Spleen and Lung Qi Deficiency, Wind affect body, . The symptoms of which go as rapidly as they had come. According to the traditional medicine, people who do not have resistance to colds and other respiratory infections are more susceptible to allergies. If a person has chronic allergies, it is due to problems with the Chinese Medicine organs spleen, kidney or lungs.
In laser therapy, the allergens are identified and then laser is used to stimulate the bio-meridian points on the body. The points are actually same as the acupressure and acupuncture points. In case of any blockages, they are unblocked. This helps in strengthening the organ, so that it is in a better position to counter the allergen. The laser, which is used in this treatment, is often cold laser.
Acupuncture for Food Allergies
Acupuncture is used to treat food allergies too, as it helps in restoring the normal immune function of the body. Needles are inserted into certain meridians or acupressure points in the body. This causes the blockages on the pathways to be removed, which in turn results in restoration of harmonious balance and free flow of life force throughout the body.
According to some, food allergies are as a result of allergy to specific proteins present in the body, rather than juices, present in the food. Along with acupuncture, it is recommended to eat immunity enhancing food. The food should be rich in vitamin C, magnesium, and beta-carotene.
Acupuncture for Seasonal Allergies
Acupuncture helps to unclog the sinuses and mucus membranes. The results of this treatment vary from one patient to another. Some patients notice a difference in their condition within a few days of the treatment, while some see the difference after a series of treatments. A 20 minute acupuncture treatment is given once a week for six weeks. The points, which are stimulated are points of the large intestine, gallbladder, lung, and liver.