Sensitivities are a physiological error. The body reacts negatively to harmless substances, foods or stimuli. The word allergy comes from the Greek allos, meaning other. It was originally used in 1906 to refer to an altered reaction in the body immune system.

A sensitive reaction occurs when the body comes in contact with the allergen. This can occur through contact with the skin, inhalation, injection or ingestion of the substance.

Medical treatment includes: avoidance, medications to reduce the symptoms of the allergic reaction or injections to desensitize the patient to the allergen. The medical classification of a true allergy requires an IgE-mediated response. However, there are also non-IgE-immune sensitivities as well as involvement with IgA, IgG or IgG4.

The use of the word allergy has become a general term used by the public to describe allergies, sensitivities and intolerances. The distinction of a true allergy based on immunoglobulin involvement is generally unknown. Therefor, the term allergy is often understood as a term for any negative reaction from exposure to a harmless substance. AAE treats the symptoms caused by any inappropriate reaction regardless if the symptoms are caused by allergies or sensitivities.

Advanced Allergy Elimination (AAE) is a clinically proven treatment that is effective in relieving the many symptoms associated with allergies and sensitivities. It is a therapeutic approach that was developed from over 15 years of clinical research, reconditioning the body to respond more appropriately to harmless substances.

The success of the treatment is attributed to the extensive knowledge base and in-depth study of the allergens and offending agents, allowing for the treatment of a broad range of symptoms. The AAE treatment does not rely on the use of medications, herbal remedies or supplements. The treatment is safe, pain free and available to all ages including infants.  Allergy Elimination Centers in Denver and Boulder Colorado specialize in AAE and other holistic remedies for allergies. Check them out now for a consultation or appointment.

Article by RCE.