An allergy is traditionally defined as an exaggerated immune response or reaction to a foreign substances with a multitude of symptoms and no exact cause. Although genetic and environmental factors do play a role, a new holistic model views allergies as an unusual sensitivity in which the brain views a substance and its energetic imprint as a threat. The substance causes energy blockages in meridians, and interferes with the nervous system and a whole array of various organs.
Depression affects approximately 5% of the Earth's population, and comes in many forms, including persistent depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, manic-depressive illness, and seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Although brain chemistry, hormones and genetics all play factors, there are a multitude of other unseen causative agents that can shed light on successful treatment of depression.
Lyme disease has become a major health issue in the 21st century. Despite a very short existence (recognized as a “new disease” in 1975 in the small New England town of Lyme, Connecticut) it is estimated that Lyme disease organisms may be a major contributing factor in a great number of chronically ill people. We explore some of the more unknown factors of Lyme, as well as advanced integrative and holistic therapies that have led to high levels of success.
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