Articles: allergies

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  1. NLP Counter Example Allergy Cure

    by AB Perry

    This process was developed by Robert Dilts, an internationally known NLP trainer, when his guest speaker at a health seminar, an immunologist, Dr David Levi, made the remark “an al...

  2. Allergies and the Mid-Life Crisis

    by Dr Diana Samways

    Dr. Samways was a conventionally-trained GP who suffered from an allergy problem. She was forced to look beyond conventional medicine for solutions in the field of alternative heal...

  3. Allergies and the Missing Link

    by Doris Grant

    It has been recognised for many years that the origin of disease involves agent, host, and environment. Yet the all-important 'host' – the primary cause – is still unknown to our h...

  4. Allergies Understood Conventional and Complementary Approaches

    by Dr Druba Basnyet and Jolanta Basnyet

    Allergic conditions, such as asthma, eczema, allergic rhinitis and food allergies, constitute around one-third of all chronic diseases and pose a major problem in the UK for more t...

  5. An Ayurvedic Approach to the Treatment of Eczema

    by Anne McIntyre

    This column focuses on Ayurvedic and dietary treatment for skin problems, such as eczema, a condition which the author broadly categorizes into three types (doshas) – Vata, Pitta a...

  6. Case Studies on Eczema, Acne and Dull, Lifeless Skin

    by June Butlin

    This article follows on from discussion about the skin, which featured in the previous issue (no. 63) of Positive Health, and presents three case studies illustrating the effective...

  7. Chronic Illness, Food Allergies and Low Body Temperature

    by Alan Hunter

    In this article, the author Alan Hunter documents his long journey of discovery as he searched for a solution to a illness labelled 'fatigue' which began in the late 1960s and whic...

  8. Eczema Allergy and Beyond

    by June Butlin

    Jane, aged 54, came to see me with a few minor health problems, and one major one of severe eczema, a chronic skin condition, which she had suffered from for most of her life.

  9. Eczema and Food Allergy

    by Jennifer Worth

    Retired nurse and midwife Jennifer Worth highlights the trauma that eczema sufferers can go through, relating her own painful experiences, and offers hope to other sufferers having...

  10. Food Sensitivities - Being Tolerant with Intolerances

    by Rachael Hayllor

    In this article, the author presents her own case study experience of seeking help for symptoms of extreme tiredness, aching muscles, bloating and recurrent headaches. Eventually h...

  11. Hayfever

    by Dr Jean Monro

    In this, the third part of Positive Health's ongoing Allergy Series, Dr Jean Monro, international expert in Allergy and Environmental Medicine, elaborates upon the contributing fac...

  12. Homeopathy for Hay Fever

    by Roz Crompton

    Approximately one in four of the UK population will suffer from an allergy at some point in their lives, according to the British Allergy Foundation and the number of people affecte...

  13. Invention - A Natural Approach to Hay Fever and Rhinitis

    by Adrian Soper

    This article recounts the dramatic story of how Adrian Soper was inspired to find a way to improve the lives of Hay Fever sufferers. One hot and sunny day in 1997, at a village pub...

  14. My Brain Fog and Anxiety have Disappeared – I Finally have My Life Back

    by David Brown

    For years Company Director David Brown struggled with lethargy, forgetfulness, anxiety and depression. He discovered he has an intolerance to egg white and egg yolk. Since eliminat...

  15. Natural Treatment Approaches for Resolving Food and Environmental Allergies

    by Stephen MacAllan

    Almost everyone you meet, these days has an allergy to something - a foodstuff, a household cleaning product, a perfume or some other common chemical. The most important thing to u...

  16. Neonatal Sensitisation to Latex

    by Jennifer Worth

    Latex is a known allergen and latex sensitisation has become a serious problem for nurses, midwives and doctors who have extensive, long-term exposure to it. It has been assumed ...

  17. The Allergy Volcano

    by Jennifer Worth

    Allergic diseases are increasing world-wide. It seems that we cannot adapt to the environment we are creating, and the allergy volcano is erupting fast. Western scientific based me...

  18. The Effects of a Virus upon Allergic Conditions

    by Jennifer Worth

    This is Jennifer Worth's personal account of the course she took to get to the root of her debilitating viral condition, which started with a cold that developed into bronchitis. A...

  19. The Repercussions of Allergies

    by June Butlin

    An allergy is caused by the body's adverse reaction to normal stimuli such as foods, chemicals, animals, clothing, pollen and dust. The effects of an allergy can be obvious, whereb...

  20. Total Body Modification for the Treatment of Allergies

    by Sabina Zielinska

    Total Body Modification (TBM) provides a unique and extraordinary way to desensitize allergies which commonly gives a 95% improvement in symptoms.

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