A non-invasive, therapy for treating allergies
and other sensitivities.

NAET: A non-invasive, therapy for treating allergies and other sensitivities.

When a virus attacks toxins are released into the body and the immune response or
defense mechanism is triggered. The struggle to rid the body of the invading virus and its
toxins is evidenced by the symptoms of illness which include fever, coughing, aches, nausea,
and fatique. Untreated, the symptoms persist and can increase with potentially serious consequences.

Similarly, continuous contact with allergens also produces toxins and immune responses like:

  • respiratory problems: bronchitis, pneumonia, and asthma.
  • circulatory problems:  chest pain, poor circulation, irregular heartbeat.
  • gastrointestinal problems: indigestion, abdominal pain, constipation, diarrhea and ulcers.
  • genitourinary problems:  kidney and bladder infections, prostate troubles, PMS, post-menstrual disorders, impotency, infertility.
  • musculoskeletal problems: general aches and pains, headaches, backaches, arthritis
  • brain symptoms:  depression, ADD, hyperactivity, learning disorders
  • skin problems: eczema, boils, and slow-healing wounds

Environmental toxins and substances may also produce reactions, including chemical sensitivity, allergic reaction to pollens, perfumes, animal dander, dust carpets, and fumes from building materials.

Allergic reactions rather than disease cause many health conditions.

In their mildest forms allergic reactions may be barely noticeable, merely a nuisance. However, some people experience major symptoms because of their body’s inability to tolerate the toxins. The physical symptoms may manifest as if the patient had taken a poison.

Because symptoms are similar for certain allergic responses and poisons, diagnosis
may be difficult.

The milder the symptoms, the harder it is to diagnose the condition and therefore, the harder it is for the patient to get good treatment. Physicians have difficulty diagnosing such common, though vague complaints as not feeling quite right. Some patients have seen their physicians so many times, or have seen so many different practitioners without relief that their complaints are ignored, or the patients are considered hypochondriacs.

With great success Dr. Penrod takes the necessary time with her patients and uses the natural, energetic method of NAET to diagnose and treat allergies.