NAET Research


Effects of NAET® as Relates to Most Common Allergy-related Subjective Pain Syndrome in a Chiropractic-Acupuncture-NAET® Office.

Objective:

To determine the average number of office visits (Allergy elimination treatments), using NAET®, that were needed to relieve symptoms suffered by patients.

Method:

Data gathered and analysed from office documentation spanning a ten-year period. Data from both male and female subjects of various ages was used. The patients completed symptom survey questionnaires; the most common signs/symptoms recorded in the sample group were used for the purpose of this analysis.

The number of patient visits until symptoms resolved were then tracked and documented.

Results:

Approximately two thirds of the sample group experienced resolution of symptoms within the first 15 -25 visits. See the accompanying figures.

Updated Results of 10-Year-Survey of the NAET Clinic Patients.

Research on Autism

Autism is an early childhood developmental disorder characterized by difficulties with social interactions and communication and stereotyped patterns of behavior. Autism was present in less than 1% (1/110) of American 8-year-old children in 2006, having increased in prevalence by more than 50% between 2002 to 2006.1 With pharmaceutical treatment options producing only limited success, there is an urgent need for effective therapies for this debilitating disorder. Decreased severity of autism may be noted after treating nutritional, toxin-related, and infectious problems that may be associated with autism, and further research in these areas is needed.

The NAET treatment is effective and well tolerated for children with allergy-related autism.

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