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cough and allergies

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 19, 2007
  • 01:07 AM

I moved into a new house and my face started to itch, had itchy watery eyes, sneezing and a persistent non productive cough. All that remains is the persistent dry cough, but I also get attacks at home, sometimes outside, I sometimes get attacks when I laugh. I never get attacks at school. I saw a Dr. and he prescribed a nasal steroid and inhaler. It never gets to a point so bad I can't breathe, but it is a major inconvenience. I think I have allergy induced asthma, but was wondering if any body else has the same. never had problems before. I also think it effects my heart.
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Tom

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  • I have had allergy induced asthma for about 8 years now. I've been keeping it in check by acupuncture/herbal treatments, and rarely use an inhaler. I just recently found out about a treatment called NAET, Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Technique. I have had only one treatment so far, but the results have been AMAZING. Visit www.naet.com for info on this revolutionary treatment. My practitioner also told me I am living in a house with geopathic stress. This might be something to look into. It's not talked about much in the US but in Europe (Germany and England especially) it is considered a major factor in chronic disease/illness. It's funny as I have never felt well since moving to our house 4 years ago. Might be something to look into since you just moved to a new place. Also, since you have a new house, you may have lots of outgassing from paints, carpets, wood paneling, etc. You might google about how to get help with clearing this from your home. Best wishesDOM
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  • Ther is a simple solution for this prob. Pl visit our website www.nosecare.orgI moved into a new house and my face started to itch, had itchy watery eyes, sneezing and a persistent non productive cough. All that remains is the persistent dry cough, but I also get attacks at home, sometimes outside, I sometimes get attacks when I laugh. I never get attacks at school. I saw a Dr. and he prescribed a nasal steroid and inhaler. It never gets to a point so bad I can't breathe, but it is a major inconvenience. I think I have allergy induced asthma, but was wondering if any body else has the same. never had problems before. I also think it effects my heart.Thanks Tom
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