The connection between autoimmune diseases and allergies

autoimmune_diseaseAutoimmune disease is when the body’s immune system targets and attacks its own tissues in the same way that it would normally respond when an infection is present. No one knows why autoimmune diseases occur, yet the National Institute of Health estimates up to 23.5 million Americans suffer from autoimmune disease and that the prevalence is rising.

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is an autoimmune disease and it consists of two main types: ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease.

Today’s article will focus on colitis, but please know that this type of treatment can offer relief to Crohn’s disease sufferers as well.

What is colitis?

Colitis is inflammation of the inner lining of the colon. The inflammation and ulcers usually occur in the rectum and lower part of the colon, but they may affect the entire colon.

The exact cause of colitis is unknown, but people with this condition usually present with immune system abnormalities . Stress definitely makes the symptoms worse and often colitis is triggered by food allergies or intolerances.

Colitis can come about at any age and it affects men and women alike.

The symptoms can vary in severity and may start slowly or suddenly. Some people only have mild symptoms while others have more severe attacks that occur more often. The ones that experience the intense symptoms associated with ulcerative colitis often find it prevents them from living life to the fullest to say the least.

colitis_inflammationThe most common symptoms may include:

Pain in the abdomen and cramping

Blood and or pus in the stools

Diarrhoea with urgency

Feeling that you need to pass stools, even though your bowels are already empty.

It may involve straining, pain, and cramping (tenesmus).

Weight loss

Conventional treatment involves pharmaceutical drugs mainly immunosuppressants, corticosteroids (both drug groups are associated with higher risk of certain cancers) and anti-inflammatory agents in conjunction with symptomatic treatment with antidiarrhoeal agents and rehydration. Surgery is contemplated when medical treatment is unsatisfactory. Pharmaceutical drugs can often cause side effects and take some time to take effect. There are always risks associated with surgery and whilst it can help, it often doesn’t cure.

If you suffer from colitis or know someone who does, then you would know how debilitating it can be.

I am here to share with you my experience with treating the symptoms associated with colitis. I have found throughout the years that people that I see in my clinic with ulcerative colitis all have many food allergies, sensitivities or intolerances. Many times the symptoms start after a stressful period in their lives, or after an illness (such as a virus or bacteria that infiltrated the immune system). Ulcerative colitis sufferers want to see results and fast as the symptoms often impede on their lifestyle. It can be extremely frustrating if they are forced to be house bound due to severe diarrhoea or if they can’t keep their job or exercise like they used to. Every colitis patient I have seen has experienced a massive improvement after 2-3 treatments. Many are off their medications, as they are doing so well they don’t require them any more.

What do my clients with colitis say about their experience –

‘Having had a major flare up of ulcerative colitis in Aug 2015, which resulted in 12 days in hospital and 2.5 months of some very strong conventional drugs (Oral and infusion) I was only progressing very slowly.My specialist was strongly suggesting removal of the large intestine, so I looked for alternatives. We remembered having had great success with treating my son’s eczema with Tomaya from Allergy Field. After the first treatment I noticed a significant improvement in symptoms and it got even better after the second treatment. This was backed by having had two sigmoidoscopys (Either side of Tomaya’s treatment). The specialist stated after the first one there was ” serious ulcerative colitis” and one month after, second test “mild inflammation, no signs of ulcers or bleeding”. Between the scopes I had two treatments with Tomaya and I believe this has had a huge effect on my symptoms. Thank you!! ‘  Quentin Burr, Brisbane

‘My physical and emotional health have improved dramatically since you started treating me. I have been suffering from Colitis and its not very pleasant associated symptoms. The treatments from far totally work! My problems are disappearing and I know this is a journey and there is a lot to treat, but I’m filled with excitement at the possibility of healing entirely. I can’t recommend you enough! Thank you!!!’  Hagar Oz, Rehovot, Israel

So, by this stage you’re probably thinking what does this woman do that she gets such great results?

I have studied many modalities and I combine my knowledge to give you a treatment that isn’t offered anywhere else. I have a bachelor in Health Science in Acupuncture and I have studied kinesiology, reflexology, theta healing, pranic healing and genome healing.

After years of running a successful clinic in Australia, I now do most of my sessions via distance. I have found these sessions are extremely effective and an improvement is seen within the first couple of treatments.

What is remote healing?

Acupuncture, homeopathy, Carniosacral therapy and kinesiology are some of the modalities that work on an energetic level.

Treating on an energetic level done in person or remotely is often the fatest way to see change on the physical level.

It has been proven that it is possible to send energy or heal over a distance or remotely because at a deeper level of reality all things in the universe are infinitely interconnected. The field of Quantum Physics provides scientific evidence on how it is possible to affect someone else’s energy and therefore create a change in their physical health even if they are in a different state or country.

I address the symptoms remotely, without the need to see or talk to the individual I am working on. This method is just as effective as talking with someone on the phone or in person.

Request your 20 minutes FREE consultation today an find out more on how I can help you.

Tomaya Weiser

 

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