Can trauma, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) or multigenerational transmission of trauma influence the development of allergies and allergic diseases? In a pursuit for the deep healing of her allergy-affected daughter, the author of this book searches for a common underlying cause that contributes to increased inflammation and allergic reactions within the body. The existing scientific knowledge from the fields of epigenetics, psychology, psychiatry and medicine is examined to provide a balanced view of the current evidence available in the literature. By highlighting the possible connection with the deeper causes of allergies, this book opens new avenues for additional healing options for sufferers and proposes an exciting direction for researchers, academics, medical doctors, nurses, psychologists, trauma therapists, healers and holistic health care practitioners. Written in the format of a Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA), it is an open invitation for all readers to critically examine the available scientific evidence along with its author and consider the proposition that healing from allergies and allergic diseases could require a comprehension of the original traumas.
|Author||Aga Kim Galena|
|Rating||4/5 (78 users)|