Category Archives: ANF Therapy

Testimonial: ANF Therapy vs Inflammation

Inflammation in any part of the body can have a massive effect in a person's overall health. It is a manifestation of the body's immune response as part of its defense mechanism. Moreover, it is your biological response in trying to remove irritation or something harmful (such as bacteria and viruses) in the body. Your…
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Motion Sickness

Motion sickness is a common problem in people traveling by car, train, airplanes, and especially boats. It is not considered to be a disease since it can occur in nearly every person (more common in children, pregnant women, and people taking certain medicines). When your brain gets receives conflicting information from the inner ears, eyes,…
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Upcoming ANF Course 1 and 2 for April – June 2019

This year, Amino Neuro Frequency continues to make a significant impact on people who are suffering from pain and inflammation. ANF Therapy hopes to continue to improve and recover patients' health and improve their quality of life. The Amino program provides the participants with a unique opportunity to learn about the theoretical insight, practical training…
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Testimonial: Hair Growth Using ANF Discs

Baldness (or alopecia) typically refers to excessive hair loss and is a concern for men, women, and children. This condition can affect just the scalp or the entire body. It may be the result of heredity, hormonal changes, medical conditions or medications. Hair loss is more common in men but anyone can experience it. Treatments…
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ANF Testimonial: Cranial Inflammation Treatment

Inflammation in the body is seldom possible to see. Most of the time, we can only see the effects manifest in our body. You may have inflammation if for example, you have stiffness in a part of the body or the whole body in the morning or if you experience the same acute pain every…
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ANF Testimonial: Lumbar Backache

Experiencing lumbar backache (back pain) is a common ailment for most people, almost everyone has it at some point. The lumbar region, or more commonly called the lower back, starts below the rib cage. The pain can be intense and is one of the top causes of why people become immobile. Low and lower back…
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