Bodies that are properly cared for perform better, which explains why most Olympic records are held by reanimated mummies. Go for the pharaoh's gold with today’s Groupon: for $65, you get an allergy assessment and treatment of one allergen family at Advanced Allergy Solutions (a $155 value).
At Advanced Allergy Solutions, the health experts practice advanced allergy therapeutics (AAT), an unconventional, holistic therapy that teaches the body how to react to allergens without perceiving them as harmful. During the one-hour appointment, a practitioner exposes the patient to slight levels of allergens to determine the body's response, but not enough to cause adverse effects. A range of allergens, including foods, airborne irritants, chemicals, peanut butter–covered dogs, and other animals, can then be treated in people of all ages. During the treatment, the practitioner employs traditional acupressure techniques, stimulating nerves in the back to strengthen major organ systems in the body. Simultaneously, the patient is exposed to safe levels of an allergen, which the body associates with the positive stimulus. The patient can then come in contact with that allergen without a negative reaction, such as sneezing, coughing, or rolling their eyes.
Call ahead to schedule your appointment. Results cannot be guaranteed due to varying sensitivity levels and the immune system's reaction to certain substances.
Though Advanced Allergy Solutions sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Advanced Allergy Solutions
The Advanced Allergy Solutions team of technicians ease the itching, sniffling, and digestive troubles of allergy sufferers with noninvasive, holistic treatments. Eschewing painful scratch tests, needles, and daggers tipped with pollen, these practitioners use massage-like acupressure treatments on patients of all ages, from infants to the elderly. They treat ailments such as eczema, sinusitis, and bloating, but for safety's sake, will not address substances that have been diagnosed as causing an anaphylactic reaction.