Numerous studies are beginning to come out on past emotional trauma and its effects on people’s current health. Astoundingly, the results seem to be showing a correlation especially in relation to pain. PTSD can be a tragic thing for many. Old memories can be triggered in a number of ways. And in some cases, the PTSD can result in chronic pain and other illnesses. Although the client does not think it’s psychological, the underground root could be strongly connected to a psychological element.
The following post is actually a true story. The Names have been changed to protect those involved. But it is used to illustrate how symptoms such of chronic pain can be a result of PTSD.
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Mainstream healthcare has done a very excellent job in promoting the idea that healthcare is practitioner based. They want us to believe that they hold the keys to our wellness. And people today are falling head over heals for this idea! After all, doctors are god in their eyes… Continue reading “80:20 Split! What does that mean?”
Unless you live up in the mountains, deep in the forest away from civilization, it is pretty hard to get away from this stuff. Everyone is connected with smartphones today. You may be resistant to the technology but if you live in any civilized and populated area, you are being affected regardless of what you think….. Continue reading “EMF, WIFI, 3G, LTE and 5G – The harm in them.”
Many westerners have a problem with stomach acid. But what is the real problem and how can we combat it drug free?
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We see an ever increasing rate of irritable bowel, diverticulitis, crohn’s, colitis, bowel cancers, skin disorders and/or rashes, cramping, brain fogginess, and many other issues that are popping up and a greater frequency than a few decades ago. Why is it so?
Many would like to blame it solely on the increased population but the increases are out of proportion. There must be another answer. And some like to say that our techniques are just that much better today. But honestly, our diagnostic techniques today, although better, have not improve to that exponentional.
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