28 March 2011

Allergy Season is Coming - 10 Worst Cities

Pollens are living things that the body views as pathogens. If your immune system is effective at eliminating them you have no allergies. If not, you have an immune response that is continuous but ineffective. Medication generally suppresses symptoms with negative side effects without eliminating the root cause. Frequencies can augment the immune system to eliminate the pollens which in turn eliminates the allergic immune response. This usually takes about two minutes with the right frequencies.


Posted on March 28, 2011 by admin

According to the Asthma and Allergies Foundation of America (AAFA) there are approximately 60 million people suffering from asthma and allergies in the United States alone. This statistic marks allergies and asthma as one of the most prevalent chronic diseases in the country. Each year the AAFA releases a report of the 100 allergy capitals in the United States. This list is based on three criteria: pollen scores, number of allergy medications used per patient, and number of allergy specialists per patient. Looking at the results from these lists over the years, we've compiled a list of the 10 all-time worst cities to live in for allergy sufferers. Moving to a new city for college means dealing with new allergens. While we're not trying to keep you from going to school in these cities, we are recommending that you bring you antihistamines and facial tissues if you do.