Advanced Allergy Therapeutics, also referred to as AAT, is an effective approach in the treatment of allergy symptoms and sensitivities. AAT does not treat the immune system, but treats the organ systems involved in an overreaction. By doing so, the body is able to respond more appropriately. Organ systems involved in allergic symptoms include, but are not limited to: digestive system, respiratory system, and muscle systems.
What is an allergy?
Allergies occur when a person has a physical reaction to a harmless substance in the environment, known as allergens. Examples of allergens include pollen, molds, dust mites, pets, insects, ticks, certain foods and some medications.
Most of these reactions are caused by a hypersensitivity to the allergen, tricking your immune system into perceiving a threat. When people with allergies are exposed to allergens they can develop an immune reaction. This often leads to allergic inflammation. This can cause symptoms in the:
- Nose and/or eyes, resulting in allergic hay fever (rhinitis) and/or pinkeye (conjunctivitis)
- Skin resulting in eczema, or hives (urticaria)
- Lungs resulting in asthma
What is Advanced Allergy Therapeutics?
Advanced Allergy Therapeutics is a scientifically proven therapy that is greatly efficacious in the alleviation of symptoms associated with allergies and sensitivities. Developed from over 16 years of clinical research, this therapy does not rely on the use of medications, herbal remedies or supplements. The treatment is safe, pain-free and available to patients of all ages. Working directly with the relationship between the major organ systems and inappropriate reactions to harmless substances, Advanced Allergy Therapeutics addresses symptoms caused in these systems that are triggered by allergies. While it is the health and state of the organ systems that often determines the type of symptoms that may arise, the immune system is responsible for initiating an immune reaction in the case of true allergies. In cases of both sensitivities and allergies, symptoms typically stem from the organ system affected, such as the respiratory system.
What conditions associated with allergies can be treated with AAT?
AAT can treat a variety of conditions associated with allergies, including:
Acid Reflux – Also known as GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease), acid reflux is present in half of people with allergies or asthma.
IBS – Irritable bowel syndrome symptoms can be caused when environmental allergies, such as pollen or dust, move into the bowels and cause irritation.
Heartburn – Certain foods and airborne allergens can cause heartburn symptoms, such as pain when swallowing and the feeling of food sticking to the throat.
Asthma – Allergies and asthma often go hand-in-hand, with the two conditions often affecting the same individuals. Allergies can often cause asthma-like symptoms.
Sinusitis – Inflammation of the sinuses is known as sinusitis, and allergies can cause sinusitis-like symptoms.
Congestion – Many conditions can cause congestion, which produces symptoms of a stuffy nose, and being unable to breathe through the nose.
Hay Fever – Hay fever is a reaction to pollen, and can cause symptoms of runny nose, itchy eyes, congestion and sneezing.
Migraines – Sometimes referred to as headaches, yet also a distinct condition on their own, migraines cause great pain in the head, sensitivity to light and sound and distorted vision.
Fatigue – Extreme tiredness or exhaustion can be the result of many conditions, and often indicates that your body is fighting an internal battle to protect you from invading pathogens.
Mood Swings – Many conditions can cause mood swings, which are defined as an abrupt change in psychological and emotional disposition, and are often triggered by lack of sleep.
ADD/ADHD – The inability to focus on one task for an extended period is a telltale sign of ADD/ADHD. Research and studies have shown a link between allergies and ADD/ADHD. The results showed that symptoms of both eczema and rhinitis were significantly associated with increased risk of ADD/ADHD in children.
Eczema – A medical condition in which patches of skin appear dry, scaly and red, eczema can be triggered by allergies.
If you or someone you know is looking for an alternative treatment for allergies, come to Total Wellness Medical Centre today. Our kind and compassionate professionals are experienced in treating allergies with alternative treatments that can provide relief from your symptoms. For more information on our Advanced Allergy Therapeutics, call our office and get in touch with a member of our specialist team. To book an appointment for Advanced Allergy Therapeutics, visit our website or speak with us over the phone today. We serve patients from Claymont DE, Wilmington DE, New Castle DE, Greenville DE, Centerville DE, Elsmere DE, Hockessin DE, Chadds Ford PA, Garnet Valley PA, and Kennett Square PA.