Allergies are characterized by an overreaction of the immune system to substances (either inhaled, ingested, touched or injected) that normally do not cause an overreaction in non-allergic people.
Asthma is a condition involved in the respiratory system in which the airways occasionally constrict, becoming inflamed, and is lined with excessive amounts of fluid, often in response to one or more triggers. These episodes may be triggered by such things as exposure to an environmental stimulant such as allergen, environmental tobacco smoke, cold or warm air, perfume, pet dander, moist air, or emotional stress. Asthma is becoming more prevalent in our world, affecting up to one in every four urban children.
The nervous system helps to runs the body in a perfect manner; it is an individual’s internal Internet. As long as the nervous system is able to control all functions of the body with no interference, a person should have the best body function and health possible. If, however, there is interference to the normal function of this system, the body will not be able to function properly.
The nervous system is also in total control of the immune system. As a matter of fact, many researchers now feel that the nervous system and the immune system are actually the same. When the nervous system and the immune system are not functioning normally, the body will react poorly to pollens, food and the environment. By correcting these vertebral subluxations, the nervous system and immune system are allowed to function normally and your child has a better chance of successfully dealing with allergies.
By correcting these vertebral subluxations, the nervous system and immune system are allowed to function normally and your child has a better chance of successfully dealing with allergies. Sadly, the medical treatment for asthma and allergies does not offer anything but symptomatic relief through drugs which supplies more toxins for the body to deal with.