NAET in practice
NAET is a safe, painless and very effective method when it is practised according to the rules and does not require the use of any prescription drugs. The utilisation of acupuncture is optional because identical results can be obtained with acupressure.
Furthermore, the kinesiological technique used to test for allergies is not only extremely reliable and precise, but also offers the advantages of a truly holistic approach because it can determine whether the allergy in question is imprinted in the body at a physical, physiological or emotional level (or a combination of all three). The treatment is then adapted accordingly, which enhances its efficacy.
Moreover, an equally effective and totally safe variation of the method can be used to test and treat patients who are very weak, disabled, handicapped or in a coma, as well as infants and small children. Normally only one allergen is treated at a time, though very sensitive individuals may need subsequent treatments for specific combinations of allergens. The allergen sample used for NAET treatments is a specially formulated liquid solution contained in a hermetically sealed glass vial (glass is a good conductor which allows the substance’s electromagnetic charge to be transmitted). A session lasts approximately 30 minutes (10 minutes for the treatment itself and 20 minutes during which the patient rests while remaining in contact with the allergen).
The NAET method does not reject or disparage any other form of medical practice nor does it interfere with any other type of treatment. On the contrary, patients are encouraged to continue taking the drugs they have been prescribed for as long as they want to, since this will not influence the results obtained with NAET in any way.
However, the practitioner must make sure that his or her patients are not allergic to any of the drugs they are taking. If they are they will require a specific treatment to eliminate the allergy concerned.
NAET can therefore be considered a complementary method to all other therapies and can be safely performed in conjunction with them.
The following examples illustrate its complementarity with allopathic treatments:
- HIV-positive patients receiving tri-therapy: this drug combination often causes allergies in these immune-depressed patients. Once these allergies have been cleared with NAET, the patient will respond much better to his or her treatment.
- Patients receiving chemotherapy: similarly, NAET treatment for chemotherapy will noticeably reduce typical side effects such as nausea, hair loss, etc.
- Insulin-dependent diabetics: a number of diabetic patients develop an allergy to insulin which can be treated with NAET. Their general condition then improves greatly.
Who can benefit from this method?
NAET will help anyone suffering from allergic symptoms, which can range from minor skin rashes to very severe allergic reactions like anaphylactic shock, whatever the nature of the allergens involved (food, environmental or animal substances, vaccines or drugs, tissues, chemical components or various other materials). Illnesses and complaints which often have an allergic origin include asthma, eczema, migraine, cardiac arrhythmia, joint pains and arthritis, hormonal disorders, candida infections, abdominal pains and cramps, circulatory disorders, certain forms of depression and addiction, and all sorts of pains whose causes are difficult to diagnose with conventional methods.
Research into the efficacy of NAET is being carried out constantly and the latest developments of the technique have also shown very encouraging results in a number of patients suffering from attention deficit disorders, hyperactivity or autism.
Certain immune system disorders, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, some types of multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s disease also respond well to NAET treatments.
Dr Nambudripad has very often observed that the accumulation of numerous allergies in the same individual can trigger the appearance of symptoms normally associated with other diseases, because of a dangerous process of mimicry.
This explains why, in certain circumstances, any syndrome can have, at least in part, an allergic origin.