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Stress & Allergy Therapy

Your Neurological Stress Reduction Therapy (NSRT)

An innovative, frequency based approach to identifying, reducing and potentially eliminating stressors which may contribute to a host of symptoms through advanced light therapy and computer technology.

According to the AMA, stress causes or contributes to 80 - 85% of all human illness. When you are exposed to potential substances (often referred to as allergens) while undergoing stressful situations, an association can be formed in which your body can react to those substances as harmful in the future. To break the negative association your body has created, NSRT introduces positive stimulus into the equation, one of which is the light component of the therapy.

NSRT utilizes nutrition, homeopathic, modernized elements of acupuncture, kinesiology, and cutting edge computer and laser technology to strengthen the immune system, increase core energy, support healthy and natural detoxification processes while restoring balance to your body. The digital library of the Bax Aura, where the frequencies of actual substances are stored in digitized form, is a tremendous tool used to specify protocol just for you. This digital library consists of foods, environmental substances such as weeds and mold, pet hair and dander, toxins, and much more. With skin level readings of sensitivity to these substances, in addition to your health history, family history, current symptoms and experiences determine the best options for your restoration to optimal health.



Stress is the key word. Our technology measures stress levels in the Autonomic Nervous System, Identifies substances that cause stress levels to rise, and couples these environmental stressors with a positive stimulus during neurological stress reduction therapy. In this case, the positive stimulus is the release of endorphins and enkephalins triggered by nerve bundle stimulation during light therapy.  Endorphins and enkephalins are the body's natural sedative and pain killer which upon release calm the nervous system breaking the previous negative association and replacing it with a neutral association. The net result is the positive conditioning or successful neurological relaxation training of the Autonomic Nervous System to no longer respond in a stressful manner during real world substance exposure.

With NSRT, you can undergo evaluations without needles or blood tests, since potential stressors are introduced to you through a fully automated and computerized Meridian and Energy Stress Assessment (MESA). Once your skin reactions are identified, one component of care may include the use of the BAX Aura Low Level Light Therapy (LLLT) to reduce stress on the nervous system and its response the areas of sensitivity. To do this, the light system takes the electronic version of your sensitivity, which is stored in its computerized data base, and introduces you to that substance while you are simultaneously receiving beneficial stimulus from the light therapy. A positive association is created in which the body safely receives the frequency of the substance in combination with the positive, healing effects of the light therapy, thus reducing the stress on your immune system response, allowing your body to more safely accept the substance in the future. Most often, nutritional and homeopathic recommendations are also given so that you can continue their path to balance and functional support beyond the treatment with the BAX Aura. 

The Benefits of Neurological Stress Reduction Therapy 

NSRT reduces or eliminates 

  • Allergies & Sinus Conditions
  • Asthma & Shortness of  Breath
  • ADD, ADHD, Autism & Asperger's Syndrome
  • Skin Irritations, Eczema & Rosacea
  • General Digestive Discomfort, Indigestion, Constipation, Swelling & Bloating
  • IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome)
  • Erectile Dysfunction
  • Menstrual Irregularity
  • Headaches & Chronic Fatigue


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