According to the experts at Harvard Medical School,

“We were very, very surprised,” admits Dale Umetsu, a professor of pediatrics at the Medical School and at Harvard-affiliated Children’s Hospital in Boston. “People have been confused about which cells in the lungs are responsible for all these years. Now, we have to rethink the results of so many studies. Our new findings were totally unexpected.”Asthma occurs when the body’s natural system of defense against bacteria, viruses, and other harmful microbes becomes overprotective. It misidentifies relatively harmless pollens, dust, and dander, setting up a reaction that narrows and inflames small airways in the lungs. From that comes breathlessness, wheezing, tissue damage, and, in the worst cases, death.

In the standard textbook version of what happens, so-called T helper cells respond to ragweed, dust, and other irritants by secreting proteins that attack the irritants as if they are bits of disease-causing bacteria or viruses. Umetsu and his colleagues decided to take a look at this process from a new perspective. They checked the lung cells of 25 patients, 14 of whom were nonsmokers with moderate to severe asthma. To their surprise, they found that most of the trouble-raising cells in the lungs of asthmatics aren’t helper cells but a little-known group of natural killer cells. In general, killer cells enjoy the reputation of destroying disease-causing invaders, but this special group wages war on otherwise normal lungs.

Over the years we have seen many people who suffer with chronic asthma. We too have found that the reaction to stress, allergies or over stimulation is triggering the ‘fight or flight ‘ response chronically. This is what causes the over-protectiveness.

Once the circuitry learns this protective pattern, it becomes an automated response. For this reason, we treat this type of issue with the pulse diagnosis and repair, followed by system strengthening, mineral therapy and light-wave frequency stimulation to reset the circuitry. Biomagnetic detoxification helps the body maintain the new stress free habit pattern.  By following this precise routine the body mind is able to learn a new approach to stress and toxic attack much more quickly and effortlessly.

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