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Allergy/Intolerance Testing

Allergy and Intolerance testing is one the main uses for Kinesiology.  It is really important to remember that the body is a very clever piece of kit and often lets you know of a problem before it properly rears its head.

I have lost count of the number of times I have treated clients for an intolerance or allergy which has actually been a symptom of an imbalance in the body.

Symptoms of allergy or intolerance include:

  • sneezing and an itchy, runny or blocked nose
  • itchy, red, watering eyes
  • wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath and a cough
  • a raised, itchy, red rash
  • swollen lips, tongue, eyes or face
  • tummy pain, feeling sick, vomiting or diarrhoea
  • dry, red and cracked skin
  • Migraines/headaches
Particularly when looking at allergies to food there are a number of reasons why a client may be experiencing the above symptoms – it could be down to an issue with their gut health – ICV issues, Leaky Gut, even heavy metal toxicity.

Most allergies are a result of a depleted immune system so as a kinesiologist I also look really closely at your immune function.  Often migraines can be caused not by food issues but because your chakras are out of balance!

So first of all I look at your body as a whole, look for any underlying imbalances that may be causing the allergy response.  It is only then that I look at what the possible allergen may be.

It is a very thorough treatment and a much more holistic approach to your health than blood tests or skin pricks.

If you’d like to know about Kinesiology itself why not pop over to my kinesiology page HERE

I came to see Julie because I had terrible bouts of sneezing, especially as soon as I woke up, which I did several times a night. She was so helpful and after only one session I can honestly say I have hardly sneezed at all! I enjoyed the session and just don’t understand how it works but it really does! I highly recommend this lovely lady

Myra

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