Stress affects our hormones that regulate blood sugar and control chronic inflammation (asthma, allergies, eczema, arthritis, colitis, etc.) Avoiding the typical stress reaction will help in correcting the imbalance between your sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.
Today I visited my sister-in-law who happens to have an indoor dog. The dog was quite excited to have visitors and was moving around right next to my feet. As I sat at her kitchen table enjoying my conversation with her, all of a sudden my eyes began to water and my nose started to itch and began to run. I knew my allergies were kicking in so I held my Triple Warmer sedating points to calm that fight or flight response. As I held these points on my leg and hand, under her table, my allergies calmed and I was able to carry on with our conversation.
This same technique can be used to calm your fight or flight response for any auto-immune disorder.
Here are pictures of the Triple Warmer sedating points in relation to the bones:
Hold Triple Warmer sedating point on leg
On the same side of the body hold
Triple Warmer sedating point in middle of arm
just above the elbow,
For 3 minutes
REPEAT ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE BODY
Then hold the bottom of the little toe
on the lateral side (outside) of the foot
Hold between the bottom of the ring and little finger.
REPEAT ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE BODY.
Also, to calm Triple Warmer Meridians fight or flight response:
Tap K-27, Thymus and Spleen points while taking 3 deep breaths.