Tuesday, June 1, 2010

NAET Works

Happy June 1st! I love, love, love this month. It's my birthday month, the start of my favorite season, the month the flowers show off, the start of holidays, and it's June!

Another reason to love this day is that it looks like NAET works. NAET is the Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Technique that my husband Scott practices (yes, in addition to massage and photography). It's a combination of muscle testing and acupressure to clear the blocked energy in the body. We decided that Scarlett was lacking in her NAET treatments and finally resumed clearing her basic allergens.

This is all about potty habits, but... To backtrack, Scarlett's not a great sleeper and not a great eliminator. Her last bout of straining while going to the bathroom, we noticed some undigested corn and decided to check out her allergies, again. As a refresher, she's well adjusted with chiropractic, but that did not appear to be the answer for her problems. We had started clearing some food sensitivities months ago, but as with the shoemaker's daughter syndrome, had not quite finished.

Yesterday we rechecked her allergens and decided to treat corn as that was next on the list. (For more information on NAET, visit our website at http://www.elanfamilywellness.com/, which can also link you to the NAET website). Unfortunately corn is in many, many foods-the vegetable itself, cornstarch, sauces, condiments...

After her treatment, she napped really well. Woke up and we went to swim class. Then we came home and she gobbled up lots of fruit and crackers. (She's usually a "delicate" eater). Dinner wasn't so great, but then suddenly she pooped with minimal effort. (Which was unexpected). She was very energized all evening, but still fell asleep about an hour earlier than her "usual" time as of late. And not that I'm happy about this one, but she was up at 6:30 am, which I think may be the start of her resetting her clock. (She's usually a late riser). Now, after a busy morning, she's back down for a nap.

Now that I think about it, her sleep has been off since my parents were visiting. And what do my parents grow and always bring lots of? Corn.

It's still less than 24 hours since we cleared this item, but I'm looking forward to seeing if these changes last.

1 comment:

  1. That is excellent. I have a question about NAET. Does it work on seasonal allergies, or just food allergies? Jared is just dying this spring, and I wondered if NAET would be worth a try. I hope it lasts for little Scarlett!