Eve Colantoni CHCMany people are aware that they have food allergies due to the severe and sudden reaction they experience when consuming these foods. But food sensitivities can be much more difficult to determine and often with symptoms that could seem completely unrelated.
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Symptoms of Allergies
Do you, or a family member, have a runny nose, sinus congestion, headaches including sinus headaches? You may be suffering from allergies to pollens, grasses, molds, dust, cat or dog dander or feathers and may include allergies to foods.
Non-Invasive, Painless Testing for Allergies
Testing for allergies is done by electrodermal screening using EDS100 electrodermal test system which is painless, and only involves pressure of the testing device on the correct acupuncture point. The testing is non invasive and involves pressure of the testing device at the base of the thumb for airborne allergies and the lateral side of the third finger for food allergies.
Testing is ideal for children since it is non-invasive,and uses no needles or injections. The child sits on the lap of the parent and the parent’s sinus point is tested at the base of the thumb to find the neutralizing dilution for airborne allergies and pressure or at the allergy point on the third finger, laterally for food allergies.
Integrative Medicine Treatment of Allergies with Customized Allergy Serums
Customized Allergy serums are the treatment for allergies. Treatment is done with allergy drops taken under the tongue taken once a week and not painful injections. The serums cause the immune system to build up blocking antibodies that turn off the allergic response, and may even eliminate the allergy, given an appropriate length of treatment. You can find rapid relief from the symptoms of allergies.
Nicholas Buscemi MSOM, LAc
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Lowell Weiner DDS, FAGD
Chas Gant MD
Did you know that this year there is a much higher pollen count than previous years due to the very cold winter that we have just experienced?
Most people know that a stuffy nose, cough, or headache can be caused by a cold. But did you know that a stuffy nose, sore throat, cough, headache and burning of the nose can be caused by allergy?
Other Symptoms that May be Allergies
Seasonal allergies and other allergies can cause symptoms elsewhere in your body like joint pain, stomach pain, diarrhea, fatigue, depression, and difficulty with concentration.
Allergy can affect any area of your body and is especially uncomfortable if it affects several areas at once.
How do you tell a cold from allergy?