Stress is a major cause of all disease, and this stress is stored in the unconscious or subconscious mind. (Either description is the same phenomenon.) Our egos would like to believe that our "conscious" mind is in charge, but that just isn't the case. The unconscious mind really controls much more of us than we would like to admit. And the stress stored there affects us in many ways. If you can lower any of that stress, you can solve various health problems.
Allergy stress is a major portion of stress, and in addition, allergies can cause direct mental and physical symptoms. I have seen a case where a very small amount of wheat caused schizophrenia in a former soldier. While many practitioners of Neurofeedback (aka EEG Biofeedback) aren't aware of this ,NFB actually seems to cure various allergies by simply raising the SMR brain Wave (12-15 Hz) amplitude, and that explains the tremendous success of NFB for virtually all mental problems from insomnia to schizophrenia. Neuroliminal Training (NT) does the same thing using subliminal messaging in sleep therapy, and brings the cost of this type of therapy down to a fraction of the NFB cost. In addition, to the cost factor, there are several other advantages as well. It's easily done all at home, and that is a huge advantage, especially with ADD to Autism cases. Other subliminal messages that can lower stress can be incorporated which cannot be done using NFB. Here's a "cute" way to use the unconscious mind to solve atrial fibrillation. At 83 years of age (last year), I had had "atrial fib" for about 25 years, and refused to use medication. Last year I thought up a cute idea. I used my computer to play the newest one of my NT CD's at a moderate level. I then found a metronome on the web, and played it along with the CD at a level just above that. I set ;up the rate at 72 beats per minute, and it played all night long with the NT CD. After two weeks, my pulse rate was almost steady. I went for a week without the metronome, and then repeated the same as above. Now, my pulse settled down to a steady 72 beats per minute, and my blood pressure went down to 120/70. Was the atrial fib solved by the metronome alone, or was the combination of the new "Special" NT CD part of the solution? Frankly I haven't any idea. If there is anyone out there with atrial fib, how about trying just the metronome along for a month and see what happens. If nothing, I will give; you a 50% discount on the Special NT CD to try both together. It worked for me.
In the case above, I simply reasoned that somehow the unconscious had "lost" the "directions" for a good pulse rate, and the metronome simply supplied that again, and solved the problem. Or, could it be that the Special NT CD got the unconscious to be aware of the pulse beat? I don't know, but what I do know is that it has worked for me with atrial fib well over 10 years old, and greatly improved my health overall. I believe that working with the unconscious mind is quite simple, and should not bankrupt the family or person using it.