What does NAET test for?

NAET is actually energy medicine which tests for allergies utilizing Kinesiology. The premise behind this technique is that the allergen’s energy weakens the energy of the patient. Kinesiology is basically muscle testing. A strong muscle response indicates no allergy or complete compatibility.

How effective is NAET?

5.0 out of 5 stars NAET works – IF you treat to 100% clear on an allergen, not 50%… NAET can clear even the worst allergies, and help relieve your asthma, if done correctly. It can happen quickly, or if your allergies were as bad as my son’s, it may take some time.

What is NAET and how does it work?

By reprogramming the brain and removing the blockage from the energy pathways, NAET allows the body to regain perfect balance (homeostasis) and function normally to reach optimum health. The human body can be compared to and equilateral triangle. Each side of the triangle directly influences the other two sides.

Does NAET work for eczema?

After one treatment, using NAET to treat for a sensitivity to grains, his eczema cleared up completely, much to his delight! For some, NAET works this fast, while some people need several treatments to completely address their skin problem.

Is NAET legitimate?

NAET is a non-invasive, drug-free, holistic treatment, based on a combination of knowledge and techniques borrowing from Western medicine (allopathic) and traditional Oriental medicine (e.g. chiropractic, kinesiology, and acupuncture).

Does NAET work for seasonal allergies?

Another treatment, Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET), works beautifully to stop immune reactions to common outdoor allergens. Using kinesiological testing, an individualized plan will be devised for you to reprogram your body’s response to the offending substance.

What is NAET practitioner?

NAET practitioners use a form of applied kinesiology called Neuromuscular Sensitivity Testing (NST or NST-NAET) to diagnose allergies by comparing the strength of a muscle in the presence and absence of a suspected allergen.