How to Save Yours or Someone Else’s Life from an Anaphylactic Reaction

 

Did you know that it is estimated that 15 million people suffer from some types of food allergies in the United States?

That’s about 9 million adults and around 6 million children.

That number is growing, with children being increasingly more affected, and outgrowing food allergies more slowly.

Food allergy is an “adverse immunologic response to a food protein” and is different from dietary intolerances say to lactose in cow dairy. Here is a table that lists the possible symptoms from food allergy-induced reactions.

Eight of the main food types that cause about 85-90% of the reactions are: milk, eggs, soy, wheat, peanuts, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish. However, at Quantum Techniques (QT), we find other food energy toxins that contribute to this as well.

According to the Allergy, Asthma & Clinical Immunology (AACI), the official journal of the Canadian Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (CSACI), “food allergy is also a leading cause of anaphylaxis.”

In one report, “[e]very 3 minutes a food allergy reaction sends someone to the emergency department–that is about 200,000 emergency department visits per year, and every 6 minutes the reaction is one of anaphylaxis.” (Not to mention the many cases that go unreported all of the time that do not get accounted for.)

With food allergy, even minute amounts or traces of the foods can cause a reaction. It is also reported by various medical journals that teenagers and young adults are more prone to suffer from a “fatal food-induced anaphylaxis.” Many kids with food allergies are also at higher risks of having other conditions such as asthma.

At this time, the mainstream treatment for an acute anaphylactic reaction includes prompt administration of epinephrine, but even that is not enough sometimes. It is also believed and widely accepted by mainstream medical establishments and experts that there are no known cures at this time except strict avoidance of the allergic foods.

An Alternative Approach

What you have just read is an alarming statistic of the millions of people suffering from severe food allergies. Severe reactions may be fatal and therefore, this issue is not something to mess with or to be taken lightly. If you are experiencing a real medical emergency from an anaphylactic reaction, seek proper medical treatment. In the meantime, while you’re waiting for help to arrive or are on your way to seeking help, learn some life-saving information and techniques you can utilize on your own.

Even if you wait for paramedics to arrive or you have someone rush you or someone you know to the hospital, the time in between can be too late. What you do during the time lapse in between from the initial reaction to the time you finally receive help can mean the difference between life and death. You want to do everything you can since every second counts.

One of the beauties about what you’re about to learn is that you can share the information with others and help save a life. As you already learned, many people suffer from severe fatal allergic reactions, but many lack the tools and education to promptly respond to and deal with a severe allergy reaction.

In fact, there are countless stories about children and young adults whose lives were cut short because of those reasons. Here’s one story about a boy who didn’t know the trail mixes he ate contained peanuts since the food label didn’t say it contained peanuts but said instead, “may contain tree nuts.” And, here’s a story of another boy who died from a peanut allergy because he ate a cookie his friend had sworn didn’t contain peanuts since he couldn’t taste them.

In both cases, the boys ate something they didn’t know contained that particular food they were allergic to, didn’t have an epinephrine pen around, or didn’t use one. From the time they and their families realized that something was wrong to the time they were rushed to the hospital, it was too late.

Their stories are sad and heartbreaking, but all of us can learn from the boys’ experiences. Below are some ideas and additional support you can utilize as an adjunct to seeking medical treatments. Hopefully, at the very least, the information you now have in your hands may help save someone else’s life or yours from a potential fatal anaphylactic reaction.

Here are some alternative approaches you can apply on your own and share with others:

  1. Watch this video by Dr. Stephen Daniel called How to Save Someone’s Life from an Anaphylactic Reaction. It’s only 3 minutes long, but it’s packed with information and a technique you can use on yourself to quickly get out of an anaphylactic reaction. If this doesn’t apply to you, teach or share the information with others. Dr. Daniel also provides a universal healing and treatment code for your use.

 

  1. Page a QT practitioner as soon as you can in the event of an acute reaction while you seek proper medical treatment. Include ‘911’ at the end of your phone number so that practitioners will know to put your call in the next sequence. If you don’t, practitioners won’t know that you are in a crisis and will get back to you in the order they received your call. In a situation like this, you want to get help from as many sources as possible and as quickly as you can. You want to make every second count. According to medical experts, symptoms of anaphylaxis can come back after they appear as if they have subsided, therefore, the person should be in an “observation period for about 4 hours” to make sure the issue is completely resolved.

 

  1. Learn to muscle-test your foods and other items that you suspect might cause a severe reaction. Although you may think you or someone you know may be allergic to one or more of the 8 main food groups mentioned earlier, the QT scans are so sensitive that QT practitioners find other foods that may go undetected by other allergy-testing means. Since you also can’t rely solely on food labels as illustrated earlier, muscle-testing is your best bet in minimizing the risks of experiencing a food-induced anaphylactic reaction.

 

  1. Share and teach the information and technique taught in the video to friends and families. When someone you know or you have a severe allergic reaction to something, you want those close to you or around you to administer the technique on themselves with the intention towards you or someone having a reaction. This will help speed up the process and quickly get one out of the reaction. It’s also helpful to share the universal treatment code with people you know so that they can use it and treat you or someone during an acute situation.

 

  1. Refer to QT’s teleclinic on Food Toxins and Intolerance for an in-depth discussion regarding food toxins and intolerances and how you can increase your body’s immune system to heal food sensitivities. You also want to learn the difference between energy food toxins and dietary intolerances. That teleclinic and Truth Techniques Volume 1 Complete Guide to Self-Testing will show you how, but if you’re new and want to get things under control right away, consult with a QT practitioner.

 

  1. Do some trauma healing work with a QT practitioner. There is often an underlying trauma, emotions like panic and terror, and beliefs such as “the world is not safe” in allergy-related issues. After significant amount of trauma clearing, many are able to get their foods back without having to specifically clear the individual foods, but as always, use common sense and your best judgment before eating a food that has been cleared or you think you can now eat.

 

  1. Take responsibility for your health and life. It’s one thing to be free and live the life you want, but it’s also about being consciously responsible. It’s the choices you make that make a huge difference. Just because you now know of a tool or system that can clear foods so that you can eat them, it’s not justifiable to purposely eat a food you love that is still a known food toxin for you and then clear it or clear it and then eat lots of it afterwards.

 

  1. Read Beth Daniel’s miraculous story here. Her inspiring story shows that miracles do happen and it’s possible to be healed from this issue regardless of the insurmountable evidence that suggest otherwise. Allow her story to encourage you to seek another way. Don’t give up.

 

As you can see, life can seem so fragile and unpredictable at times. It is even more so for those who struggle with anaphylaxis. Although we can’t change the past, imagine what it would have been like had the boys mentioned earlier learned of just one alternative approach. What would it be like for the millions of severe allergy sufferers today?

With these life-saving information and tools now in your possession, you’re well on your way to claim your life back and declare your health freedom, which is your birthright. If you know people struggling with this issue, this information can assist them in claiming their health freedom as well. And, if there is one thing you do out of the number of alternative approaches listed above, at the very least, watch the video. Share it with someone. You may very well be saving your own life and someone else’s.

About Sarah Bun

Sarah writes about the QT life + style and everything in between. When she is not empowering through words, you may find her in the kitchen whipping up some no-sugar added paleo and raw desserts. If you don’t catch her there, then you may just find her somewhere with a notebook and pen—writing.

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