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The New NAET

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  • Posted By: Eatafruit78
  • May 20, 2007
  • 02:37 AM

http://www.nmt.md/Patients/MainPatients.cfm

The New NAET is NMT -
NMT (NeuroModulation Technique)
We you become ill, the complex systems of your body can have trouble regulating and processing internal and external information. Like a computer, our bodies can record data in a faulty manner in the nervous system.
In this painless treatment, the doctor will locate the faulty patterns and rectify it through a series of corrective statements and gentle tapping along the spine as you breathe.

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  • Eatafruit - I would not call it the new NAET - it is an offshoot of the original NAET (Nambudripad Allergy Elimination Technique).I have studied with Dr. Nambudripad, and with the two main offshoots of NAET - Dr. Ellen Cutler (BioSet) and Jaffe and Mellor (Jaffe-Mellor Technique) The philosophies of these offshoots are based on Nambudripads insights and techniques. So I don't feel the others are better. That is from ten years of practicing NAET with patients, family, etc.
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  • Yes Dear- I should have put a question mark on the tittle.Thanks for the Inside- I wish you stick around and tell us about your experiences. We really enjoy NAET people around here. :)Fruit.
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  • Looks like they are similar.I just finished about 25 NAET treatements last week. The practitioners said my allergies were cleared.NAET does not work for me. I still have my allergies...dust mites and Food Dependent Exercise Induced Anaphylaxis.It may be getting worse as I have hives couple of times this week after less than 30 minutes running in a soccer game and in one occasion I did not eat for 6 hours.
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  • Looks like they are similar.I just finished about 25 NAET treatements last week. The practitioners said my allergies were cleared.NAET does not work for me. I still have my allergies...dust mites and Food Dependent Exercise Induced Anaphylaxis.It may be getting worse as I have hives couple of times this week after less than 30 minutes running in a soccer game and in one occasion I did not eat for 6 hours.Hmm- that sounds very strange. Was the practicioner on the official website? NAET practitioners never tell you that the discomfort is cleared- they let you determine that.How long have you been going for NAET?Did you read the book "Say Goodbay to Illness"?Which allergies did you get treated for?Did you do vitamin T?There are many people outh there claiming to do NAET- but they use techniques that they simply don't hold.I know the dustmite allergy might be difficult to clear because it goes in all directions with the wind- are you sure it is not mold, formaldehyde, or something else?Sometimes you need a practicioner that is more compatible in energy to you; so the treatment work. How do you get along with your NAET practicioner?Take Care.ps: I had anaphylaxis too and it cleared- there might be something you are not aware of.
    Eatafruit78 960 Replies Flag this Response
  • Good points above, EAF.IME about 80 to 85% do well. That means not all. Some of the allergic reactions may thus be based in the emotions of the client / patient. I would suggest searching the www.emofree.com site for treating these allergy related emotional imbalances. This may sound radical, but will not hurt to try it.
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  • Good points above, EAF.IME about 80 to 85% do well. That means not all. Some of the allergic reactions may thus be based in the emotions of the client / patient. I would suggest searching the www.emofree.com site for treating these allergy related emotional imbalances. This may sound radical, but will not hurt to try it.Thanks- My allergies were in big part emotionally triggered- so I had many allergies! NAET helped me to be able to eat again and recover physical health but I have been doing my own thing to gain emotional freedom :).I cleared 3 allergies on my own- cool.I used NAET Brain vile #6- that was like pressing "reset" to my brain computer. It took about a week for me to "see" the calibration of my emotions- it was amazing. I agree- look into emofree.comCiao!Lator gator.
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  • Etafruit,I started NAET about 3 months ago. The practioner is one that re-certify NAET practitioners.I did not read "Say goodbye to Illness" but read Dr. Cutler's Bioset book "Live free from Asthma and Allergies".I was treated the basic 15 plus exercise induced, shell fish, wheat, gluten, enzymes, noodles, etc. No vitamin T though.I think my NAET practitioner does use standard NAET procedure. He doesn't talk much and he will just do the treatment. I would not know whether I am allergic to the allergen or not.In general, I think I felt better with the treatments (energy wise) but the allergies won't go away. It may take time but I still think it is more and more related to Wheat. I had the skin test done last year by an allergy specialist and was positive to dust mites but negative to wheat, mold, formaldehyde. >>I had anaphylaxis too and it cleared- there might be something you are not aware of.>>You might be right but it is not easy to find out though....
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  • Hmm he should not be so silent- maybe your energy is not compatible with his.You guys must get along and have some energetic thing going on during your appointment.Like a spark of compatibility- check for body language.My NAET lady and I are very energetic during my appointment- she listens and takes lots of notes. She does a bit of medical investigation- asking me about my environment and fiber content in clothes, food I eat, etc.Does he muscle test everytime and ask your arm if you are willing to be treated?I don't know about Bioset- but I know that JMT allergy treatment "does not hold" so make sure it is NAET what you are doing. Does he uses viles? Do you ever read the vile labels?Vitamin T is insect stuff- also is in sesame and sesame oil. If you are allergic to bugs, you might be allergic to Vitamin T- since their bodies contain high quantities of it.
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  • >He uses some sort of a device holding in his hand to measure the muscle repsonse near my wrist (pulse area) before and after the treatment. No, he does not ask my arm if I am willing to be treated.I do read the viles in each treatment.Is there a way to do muscle testing on Exercise induced allergy by yourself ? This is what bothers me much.I may consider doing Vitamin T. What else would you suggest ? I still have a lot of acnes in my back (cleared a little bit already). I think I was treated with the hormorne vile for that and the dry skin on the face.Thanks...
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  • He is on the NAET website? You may want to try a different doctor. I don't know why he uses devices :confused:- that does not sound like NAET to me.I have the impression that "exercise induced" involves many things. What happens during exercise that produces this reaction? An amino acid? Vibration? Dr. Devi might have the answer or multiple clues to what causes it, since she is doing this for 20 years. It could also be the clothes that you wear- like I was having panic attack in the middle of my sleep- but I was not allergic to my seratonin- I was allergic to my polyester pajamas and bedding. Just to give you an example. Take care- did you read the website testimonials? maybe you find a testimonial similar to your problem and you can see what was the involved allergen and treatment.Ciao!
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  • Yes, clothing could be a culprit, especially with exercise induced problems...look into spandex, lycra, polyester and any other material you may be using while exercizing, including any special equipment used. I agree with EAF about the testing device...some NAET practitioners use a device while doing the acupressure along the spine, and others use a small vibrating device while doing the acupoints, but to my knowledge they should be testing you with MRT- muscle response testing. What sort of medical professional is your NAET practitioner? Chiro? DOM? MD? It does take time with NAET...sometimes I get frustrated that I will be getting treatments for a very long time:( ...but when I look back to how I felt before starting this journey, I cannot believe how much better I feel, and each treatment seems to make me stronger. Often it is helpful to get retested to make sure the treatments stick. Some treatments, sugar especially, may need to be redone, or refined (pun intended). Best wishesDOM
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  • Tahnks ACUAN and ETA>He is on NAET website and approved by Dr. Devi to re-certify NAET practitioners. He is a MD and also does acupunture. He only does NAET in his clinic.The Muscle response testing method might be different from other NAET practitioners but that would not make the treatment invalid though, right ? Worst case is I might get treated with something that I am not allergic to.I am pretty sure the culprit is Wheat products. My chronic cough for over 20 years stopped right after I reduced consumption of wheat. I used to eat a lot of bread and I loved bread so much....Interesting that Dr. Cutler's book mentioned that if you are craved for some food there is a very high chance you are allergic to it....That seems to be true for me.As I said before, I feel better now but the hives comes more often in the last couple of weeks just when I am almost finsihed with all my Naet treatments but I did not have any episode for about 6 months before that. It might still be related to wheat as I started back eating a bagel every morning for a few months but that means the Naet treatment did not clear my wheat allergy...I just hope that even the symptoms occurrs more often it may actually be closer to getting healed.What other treatments should I be treated ? I cannot just go to him and get treated for every single allergen available. That would be very costly and frustrating. I want to go and treated with the allergen that I am allergic to !I haven't lost hope yet but it is very hard to find out what and how the allergic reaction is caused. I thought it was clothings or detergents too but I am pretty sure it is not...It is still very likely Wheat...and/or something else....
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  • He is not supposed to treat you for everything- he is supposed to test for as many things as possible and give you the list of things that you should avoid.Sounds like you two are not very closed.Once you treat the basics and perhaps you get some Brain viles done- some other allergies will clear on their own as your immune system and nervous system are stronger and calibrated.Ciao!
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  • What other treatments should I be treated ? I cannot just go to him and get treated for every single allergen available. That would be very costly and frustrating. I want to go and treated with the allergen that I am allergic to ! Yes, that is the whole point. Your NAET practitioner should be testing you for many different things, not just treating you for everything - that would be very costly indeed! Do you follow the 25 hour avoidence period strictly? I have found that B vitamins in particular are very hard to clear, and sometimes take several clearings...Has he checked you for the INDIVIDUAL B vitamins? Does he make sure that he clears something COMPLETELY before moving on? This is extremely important, and if he rushes through something it may not clear completely, and you are left almost back to square one. I would go back to the B vitamins, and have him test again for Folic acid, B12 and B6 - he should NOT charge you to do this. Also test for Vitamin E as this can be found in grains... perhaps candida overload may be complicating this as well? Don't know, these are just suggestions. I still don't understand how a machine can do the MRT - this is a very subtle technique, and if you show the slightest resistance you would feel this when doing manual MRT...can you ask him to do MRT using your arm? He should certainly be able to do this... Lastly, ask for patient referrals and testimonials from this practitioner - he sounds good on paper, but if he isn't getting consistant results you should find someone else...AND make a complaint to NART. DOM
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  • He is on NAET website and approved by Dr. Devi to re-certify NAET practitioners. He is a MD and also does acupunture. He only does NAET in his clinic. Is he NCCAOM certified in acupuncture and did he receive full training from a school of Traditional Chinese Medicine? Some states allow MD's to do acupuncture with a minimal 100 hours of education - this is grossly inadequate in my opinion...please just check on this...he should have gotten closer to 2000 hours of training in TCM. DOM
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  • Yes, that is the whole point. Your NAET practitioner should be testing you for many different things, not just treating you for everything - that would be very costly indeed!He is not supposed to treat you for everything- he is supposed to test for as many things as possible and give you the list of things that you should avoid.DOMWell, I guess I will have to find another practitioner that will TEST as many things as possible. He is certified and received full training in traditional Chinese Medicine school. He is a very quiet person. He is not using a machine to do the MRT. I never saw how it really looked like...it is probably smaller than a stop watch and it seems he uses it to check the pulse, which makes sense to me. He checked it a few times during treatment. I did follow the 25 hr rule as much as possible. I did Vitamin E, yeast, stomach acid, etc.... I went to him twice a week.Another note outside of Naet: I started drinking the traditional Chinese detox tea "Five Flower Tea" (Chrysanthemum, Honeysuckle flower, Mexican frangipani, etc...) about a month ago for my back acne. It seems to get a little worse in the beginning (a few new small ones would come out) but there was a larger old red patch in my chest that got very itchy and more red for a couple of days and then the redness and itchyness was gone so I think it is working. I suspect my exercise induced re-occurrences in the last couple of weeks has something to do with it. Any comments on this ? Any detox process that you would suggest ?
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  • Etafruit,I was treated the basic 15 plus exercise induced, shell fish, wheat, gluten, enzymes, noodles, etc. No vitamin T though.I think my NAET practitioner does use standard NAET procedure. He doesn't talk much and he will just do the treatment. I would not know whether I am allergic to the allergen or not.This guy is a quack- if you had 25 different allergies you would not be able to play sports! It just hit me!If you had 10 to 15 allergies you would be very weak.I have been treated for about 12 to 15 allergies- I was extremely sick- at times I could not move.Why did you read a book on Bio Set if you are using NAET?I don't know if Bioset holds in the long run. Do you see how you are sick in different levels? You are being treated without being told what is your allergy, how many allergens you have in the list to avoid and you are not really participating on your own healing process.You have to be more involved- if you feel like you can't talk to the guy why do you give him your money?These are the kind of psycho/emotional attitudes of people who get sick like you and I.You accept unfair crap in your life all the time- now your own throat wants to close- your throat wants to stop things from comming in- until you figure out how you are not being your best friend.I am sure that I sound preachy and confrontational and once people get confrontational they might lose their credibility in your eyes-That's how I was- I only liked people who would not confront- I thought that was the "nice" way to be. May you get well!XOXO.
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