Fixing Food Allergy With Psychology

Food allergy is one of the easiest conditions to cure when talking about psychological methods. However, it is recommended to use other methods that are widely available. It is because one treatment may be effective for one person but not to others. From the point of view of some psychologists, food allergy has something to do with emotional experiences or illnesses from years ago. However, most people are unconscious about it.

Take for instance; when you were a child, you have developed headaches or nausea from bugs that you have picked up and have associated it with the food you have eaten recently. If you experience the same thing in the days to come, it could bring back the same emotional upset and symptoms of the disease.

To eliminate food allergy in relation to psychological origins, you need to successfully send the message to your subconscious mind for breaking that association. You can get the help of a hypnotist or a knowledgeable friend about the process.

You need to dig deeper to find out the origin of your food allergy. It is necessary to determine the first incident that connects food allergy into your life. Your subconscious state definitely know what had happened that time and for sure that would be likely traumatic. But you don’t need to be upset again, you were young before and as you are getting more mature, your way of thinking also changes. Take away all your negative emotions that you have felt before because of food allergy, and start to think recovery from that distressful situation.

More often it can be caused by what somebody said (it can include your parent, doctor, teacher, or another child) or something you witnessed in connection with food allergy. Whatever it is, there is something that was imprinted subconsciously and still operates presently. Thus you don’t want to have such a condition. If you know the origin of food allergy, then it is easy to find the cure.

Talking to the subconscious mind and letting it do what the therapist say needs a trigger and a command. Your therapist can tell it to disconnect all the things that are associated to your food allergy in all the levels of your subconscious mind so that the condition will never bother you again.

A friend can do it for you. Take for instance; let your friend start the procedure by snapping his/her fingers or clapping his/her hands. You can close your eyes and begin to imagine eating the food that caused your food allergy. See how you feel. This may sound ridiculous for people who are not a therapist but can work for many sufferers of food allergy.

Your subconscious mind is not considered a reasonable mind but a mind which follows order. Again try to imagine eating the foods you are allergic to, extend your imagination until the food allergy symptoms appear, and then observe your feelings. If you feel the symptoms, then it shows that it is in your mind. This procedure can be done repeatedly until the results become positive.

This method provides no guarantees, however it can make a difference. Food allergies can be recurrent during an emotional upset. Just do the procedure all over again until your upsetting episode is over. Food allergies with psychological origin can be treated in this way. But still, it is advisable to consult a doctor.

One Response to Fixing Food Allergy With Psychology

  1. Sahil says:

    Im kind of an introvert, or very socially withdrawn, and it bugs me that i dont talk with people around me. Im terribly shy. I dont exactly know how to socialize, but that doesnt bug me. I use my intuition. But the problem is, i lack energy, charisma, confidence, self-worth, and a sense of purpose. Its like, I want to say hi to someone near me, and have small talk and stuff, but i dont say Hi. I dont say a word at all. Sometimes im quiet throughout. During summer school, at least i talked with people, but when school started in august, i hardly socialized. I don’t know how to break out of this social interaction drought, but i really want to.

    I also don’t know how to connext with another. Its like, im too shy to express myself, or i dont have the words too. Im very quiet too. Most people say they cant hear me.

    Sometimes, i might feel imtimidated. I think its because i dont think myself as a peer or worthy enough to be someones friend or acquantence.

    I want do want to talk with my classmates, get to know them, maybe make new friends, but that desire doesnt overcome whatever is keeping me from speaking…

    Im like Hamlet, too indecisive, and for me to overcome this saps the energy out of me.

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