Thursday, December 27, 2012

Allergies Might be More Dangerous than Just a Nuisance

Common airborne allergies have been linked to a slightly higher incidence of leukemia and lymphoma. They also have been possibly connected to autoimmune diseases, and many allergic people suffer from chronic sinusitis. Taking daily antihistamines might help the symptoms, but there is no evidence that they prevent complications. It really makes sense to desensitize if you have allergies, which evidently can compromise the immune system. We find that Sensitivity Reduction Therapy (SRT), which combines five therapies into one using acupressure without needles and low-dose allergen treatment (LDA) have helped many people, even those who have failed conventional allergy shots. Contact our office for details. See the poster presentation by Emily White on the VITAL study, presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology in Chicago, 2012. Contact our office at in Bluffton, Ohio and Toledo, Ohio 419-358-4627.

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