Always Wanted to Adopt a Cat? Don’t Let Allergies Stop You Lou Lou - CatRescue 901 image

If you suffer from allergies you will understand the frustration of not being able to snuggle up to your furry friend. You long for the unconditional love of a pet but merely walking past a cat sends you into a sneezing frenzy. Sound familiar? Well, there may be a way you too can have a pet by your side.

Did you know that allergies to animals are treatable to ease the symptoms? Allergies to domestic pets and other animals can present themselves in different ways, some more severe than others. There’s the usual sneezing, itchy and watery eyes, sometimes even a rash or triggering of asthma. These can be felt long after exposure to the animal and are commonly transmitted via clothing of pet owners.

You may have heard about prevention methods used to minimise allergic responses to an animal. Things like restricting your pet to a specific area, removing carpets throughout your home, washing pets on a regular basis and the more drastic suggestion of avoiding animals totally. A thought that most are not willing to consider. So, what are your options if you have your heart set on adopting a cat?

Use of medication and antihistamines is another way but have you heard about BICOM therapy and how it can be used to alleviate your allergic reactions?

BICOM therapy works to pinpoint the source of the allergy within your body using electromagnetic frequencies. By identifying the unharmonious frequencies causing the allergy symptom it can neutralise them so that they operate as a harmonious frequency, therefore lessening your reaction.

BICOM therapy treats allergies to animals with great success, giving its clients the chance to share the love of a pet without the allergic side effects. For this reason alone, it’s worth a try.

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DISCLAIMER – This article provides general information only and is not intended to be used as medical advice. It is recommended that you seek the services of a licenced practitioner, physician or health care worker in relation to any specific health concerns you may have.


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