Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET)

Last year my daughter was coughing for almost 7 months straight. We had been to the Emergency Room 3 times and the doctor more times than you can count. I decided to look into alternative medicine. I was speaking to the director at my daughter’s daycare and she told me about acupuncture for kids with allergies and acid reflux. My daughter was diagnosed with Asthma and Acid Reflux so I was willing to try anything. We decided to go to http://smithtownacupuncture.com/ and see what they had to say. I decided to call my parents to come with me so they could see what it was all about also.

 

We arrived and a nice Acupuncturist named Adam helped us and explained the technique that he thought was going to help my daughter. He was going to use Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET) http://www.naet.com/. He went through a battery of tests with my daughter. She had to sit on my lap and hold different allergens and then her muscle reaction would travel through my body (yes I know crazy) and I would react to muscle reflex while Adam would push down on my arm. He correctly identified all of her allergies and some more. He also noted that there were issues with her digestive abilities. He decided to begin treatment and we went for a few months. I think it helped although very strange it is something that you should consider.  Although she was on other medicines, we have seen measureable improvement. With children they do acupressure and she gets treated directly and there is vibration stimulation on certain points while also stimulating points on the patients back (exciting the nervous system to realize it should not be allergic to the allergens). It is noninvasive and there seems to be a reduction in allergy symptoms.

 

I decided to also go and get treatment I have seen measureable improvement and actually I went for a headache I was having that had lasted more than 40 days and the night I had it done on the way home the Headache went away. It was like a miracle. As I said I am not a doctor I am just sharing my personal experiences and I found that someone should have an open mind to alternative medicine.

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Magic Kingdom is really MAGICAL

On November 2, 2009 my grandparents, my daughter and I started our voyage to Magic Kingdom on the hotel bus. Right before the bus arrived my grandmother told me that my #1 MOM charm I was wearing was very pretty. She then went on to tell me that she usually did not wear any jewelry to the parks in case she lost it. I did not think anything of it we got on the bus and then when we arrived to the Parking Lot we decided to take the Ferry to the park. Everything seemed to be great. My daughter was in awe at the sights and sounds and the excitement of going to Disney World. So was I, because I have not been there in a long time. We got off the Ferry and went through the ticket counter and then the bag check and while I went through the bag check I took my daughter off my shoulders and I must have ripped my necklace off and did not notice it we went on like nothing happened.

 

We entered the park and then the first ride we went on was the Train it was so fun. My daughter was so excited. When we arrived at the final destination I started to walk out and my necklace came off my neck. I totally freaked out. It was broken and the charm was gone. I froze for a minute and my grandfather said come on we are blocking people. I said Oh my god my necklace charm is gone. He did not know what was happening. I went back up to the train and tried to look but there was nothing. The Cast Member there said maybe by the end of the day someone will turn it in to Lost and Found. She said check then. I really was getting upset. This was the first #1 MOM charm for my first Mother’s Day and I NEVER take it off. I was devastated. I asked a few more Cast Members about where the Lost and Found was and they told me something about City Hall. I had no idea where City Hall was.

 

Throughout the day I was texting my husband all upset that this had happened. Also texted my dad and he said try to have fun. I also was looking online for all kinds of information about where the Lost and Found was. There was helpful information online and phone numbers but they were for things lost for more than a day. Apparently what happens is that during the day the parks have a Lost and Found but then the next day the Lost item gets transferred to a central Lost and Found for all parks.

 

At some point I started to have fun again but was still upset. We waited on lines and I would try to grab for the charm and it was not there. We saw Mickey, Minnie and more characters. Then in the evening we wanted to eat dinner by the entrance of the park and then watch the early LIGHTS parade. It was getting dark and I still did not know where City Hall was and I think my grandparents were getting annoyed that I thought I would find my charm there. We finished dinner and found a spot for the parade and I noticed a sign for City Hall two buildings away. I thought to myself why not give it a try. I told my grandparents to watch my daughter and I would run over there. I think they thought I was CRAZY!

 

I arrived at City Hall, waited on line and when it was my turn I almost could not talk because I was upset. I explained what my charm looked like and told her it was #1 MOM. The Cast Member told me to hold on and she disappeared behind the door. I thought to myself… she is going to find it I know she is. This is Disney World the magical place. A few minutes went by and then she appeared through the door with a little bag saying I could only find this. Is this it? She holds up the little plastic bag and YES IT WAS IT! I could not believe it. I started crying hysterically. She started to tear up too. Now someone found it and they are supposed to write on the form where they found it and who found it but there was nothing on the form. No one filled it out. I could not thank the person who found it or I do not know where it was found but I was SO EXCITED AT THIS MAGICAL PLACE! I signed off on the property to say it was mine and left to go show my grandparents. I think they were amazed. I even posted a Facebook status about it and my friends were also astonished at the story. I truly am thankful for whoever found it and turned it in at the truly MAGICAL PLACE called the Magic Kingdom. This will be the most memorable trip to Disney’s Magic Kingdom.

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How Often Should You Wash Your Sheets?

This is a question that I did not know the answer to. My parents never specifically told me when to do it and now that I am a mom I never knew the right answer. Last year while in my daughter’s allergist office I asked the doctor because my daughter has terrible allergies. The doctor recommends to wash your sheets every week in hot water. I would not have known that you should also wash them in hot water. Most of my washes are either cold or warm, however the doctor said it is important to wash your sheets in hot water to ensure you are killing any of the bacteria and allergens that have accumulated during the week including dust mites. I find that the most effective laundry detergent is All Free and Clear. The first reason is that it is “Free and Clear” from all allergens and fragrances but it also works really well and gets out all of the stains that my daughter causes when she happens to bring dirt or germs into the bed. So as the doctor says you should wash your sheets and pillow cases once a week to make sure they are clear of any problems and will not cause any aggrevations of any allergies.

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About Me

Hello everyone! My name is Dawn. I live with my beautiful daughter born in 2005 and wonderful husband married in 1999. I decided to start a blog to share some of my “MOMMY” experiences with everyone. I am by no means a mommy expert, financial expert and I am definitely not a medical expert. The information I am sharing on my blog is only for personal use and should not be taken as financial advice, diagnosis or medical advice. On my blog I will also talk about new ventures for me, hobbies and other things that may not be directly related to being a mommy but you may find them useful.

I work full-time and so does my husband. I work at a college and my husband works in the sport industry as a wholesale distributor. My daughter attends nursery school on the campus where I work and I even get to join her and her little friends for lunch a few times a week. I thoroughly enjoy sitting with her at the little tables listening to her interact with her friends.

I can’t cook and I can’t always keep the house clean but I try my hardest to do the best for my daughter and my family although that does not always show. I work really hard at my job and hopefully one day my family can be in a situation to buy the house of our dreams.

Anyway thanks so much for reading my blog. I hope to share information to all of you and also learn more from your comments.

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