Successful Treatment of Lupus (Autoimmune Disease)
A female patient, 38 years old, came for treatment in July 2001. She had been diagnosed with Lupus. Bodys immune system becomes hyperactive and attacks normal, healthy tissue). She showed a rush on her face (butterfly shape) as well as severe fatigue (she could not get out of bed some days). She also suffered from severe allergies. In fact, when waking up in the morning her eyes were completely shut and glued. Last but not least, she reported muscular aches and pain. Originally, the patient had come for allergy treatment. She had been prescribed with several drugs against Lupus (e.g. Prednisone).
Dr. McCarty applied a combined treatment program composed of NAET (Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Technique) and CNSR (Central Nervous System Respiration). The allergy work was implemented in July and August 2001. The CNSR treatment was provided over several months in 2002 starting in July and continuing on a monthly basis through December.
The results have been more than satisfactory. After four months of treatment the patients energy level started to increase. Now she was exercising on a treadmill three times a week. All medication had been discontinued. The symptoms were completely resolved. The patient did not need any preventative maintenance.
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