Fighting Allergies with Muscle Testing

Allergies affect more than 50 million Americans, making it the sixth leading cause of chronic illness in the United States. With over 30 percent of adults and 40 percent of children dealing from effects of allergies (i.e., skin rash or irritation, itching, stuffy nose, red watery eyes, etc.) researchers believe the number of allergy sufferers will only continue to rise in coming years.

While there are dozens of medications on the market today that can be taken to reduce the severity and effects of allergy symptoms, many of these treatments tend to result in drowsiness, dizziness, constipation, upset stomach, blurry vision, difficulty urinating, and dry mouth/nose and throat. If you’re one of the millions of Americans who suffer from allergies and are tired of taking over-the-counter medications to combat your symptoms, consider turning to muscle testing in conjunction with energy medicine as an alternative.

How muscle testing can help pinpoint allergies

Generally speaking, an allergy is your immune system’s heightened response to food, pollen, fur, dust, or other substances. When functioning at its best, your body produces powerful hormones that support a harmonized state amongst all of your body’s governing systems. However, when the body is introduced to a situation or substance that threatens the body’s wellbeing, your immune system sparks a fight or flight response in which your body tries to accommodate to a heightened, compromised state of being. In the event of allergies, when subjected to certain foods or substances, your body enters the protection phase to accommodate this outside threat.

Throughout the entire allergic-reaction process, the energies in your body are being stimulated and manipulated in a way that helps to combat this heightened response. Therefore, by using muscle testing to determine the underlying energies prompting your allergic response, you can release these threatening energies and even work toward resolving your allergy to particular foods and substances. Because your muscles have such an intimate connection with your subconscious, immune system, and internal energies, the muscle testing method could help you identify any latent energy imbalances that may be causing your body to initiate the heightened allergic response.

While muscle testing can be used as an alternative for identifying allergies, it’s vital that you maintain transparency and openness with your primary medical practitioner in order to safely and effectively treat your allergy symptoms from all angles.