Allergies Treatment Cambridge
Allergy is the term used to describe an adverse (bad) reaction by the body to a particular substance. Most things that cause allergies are not obviously harmful and have no affect on people who are not allergic.
Allergies are very common and affect around one in four people in the UK at some time in their lives. The number of people affected by allergies rises every year. For example, one study showed that the number of children who are allergic to nuts doubled in a ten year period.
The reason for this rise in allergies is unclear. Some experts have claimed that it is associated with pollution; another theory is that it is a result of us living in a cleaner, germ-free environment. This theory suggests that by reducing the number of germs our immune system has to deal with we have thrown it off balance meaning that it over-reacts when it comes into contact with harmless substances.
There have been many studies trying to prove whether or not these theories are correct, but the results have been inconclusive so far and further research is needed…
Therapies for Allergies
- Aromatherapy is beneficial for many emotional and physical conditions especially those related to stress, hormonal changes, depression and sensitivity. ... read more
- Comprehensive Functional Blood Test can reveal significant markers for health or disease in a variety of systems in the body and this may lead to further investigation if anything significant arises from testing. ... read more
- Corrective Holistic Exercise Kinesiology The CHEK system is multidisciplinary; therefore, it prioritises your personal programme according to your financial and time commitments to address the areas that will give you the greatest long-term reward. ... read more
- Homeopathy is a system of medicine which is based on treating the individual with highly diluted substances given in mainly tablet form, which triggers the body’s natural system of healing. ... read more