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Seasonal allergies


20% of the Canadian population suffer from seasonal allergies.  That's a lot.  Seasonal allergies are an overreaction of the immune system to a substance that normally , is harmless.  These can occur suddenly and vary widely.  The World Health Organization (WHO) classifies seasonal allergies as pathologies of the respiratory system (as well as asthma and sinusitis) that can be effectively treated by acupuncture.


Acupuncture desensitization has grown enormously in popularity over the past few years because it is effective.

  • a decrease in signs and symptoms caused by allergies such as : sneezing and stuffy nose, itchy and runny nose, watery eyes, itchy and red eyes, itchy palate, hives, difficulty breathing and fatigue.


  • to find and rebalance the internal imbalances that cause allergies.


This last point is in fact the key to the success of desensitization by acupuncture.  By restoring balance and strengthening weak points, hyperreactivity decreases until it disappears._cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_ These weaknesses are often found in the digestive system and the respiratory system.  Ideally, four consecutive treatments, at the rate of one treatment per week, just before the start of the The onset of symptoms is often enough to defuse hyperreactivity.  Subsequently, treatments can be taken as needed if certain symptoms persist.  What a great solution to finally be able to enjoy the beautiful season!  Make an appointment without delay.



Good spring!

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