In order to understand the disease we need to understand its processes, its stages, and all factors contributing to it. Nobody wakes up in the morning and suddenly has advanced atherosclerosis, osteoarthritis, cancer, or any other chronic disease. This is a long process and there are many stages and warning signs. Energetic medicine has been using this concept for a very long time. In the last 35 years, Professor Vladimir Nesterorow and his team and other Russian scientists have been working relentlessly on capturing all those stages of disease and now we are able to measure and quantify them.
Why it is so important to identify at what stage of disease a patient is?
In the intricate workings of the human body, numerous processes intertwine to maintain balance and ensure optimal functioning. There are seven levels of progression of the disease. This can be monitored and addressed before progressing any further.
Natural medicine has a preventative approach in the treatment of patients, therefore knowing at what stage of disease a patient is may prevent that disease altogether. Can you imagine being disease free at the age of 80-90 years? Is that possible? Certainly is. We have centennials in communities of Hunzas, Azerbaijan and Karakorum living right now and are in perfect health.
Health analytical tool developed by Professor Nesterov has the ability to assess at what stage of health or disease each person and correct those imbalances with natural and energetic medicine.
1. Optimum regulation stage
Optimal health is a dynamic balance between physical, emotional, and spiritual health. All health parameters are in perfect balance.
The neuroendocrine system represents the intricate interplay between the nervous and endocrine systems. Specialized cells called neuroendocrine cells serve as the communication bridge, possessing characteristics of both neurons and endocrine cells. These cells receive and transmit signals via electrical impulses while also releasing hormones into the bloodstream. The neuroendocrine system regulates essential physiological processes, including growth, metabolism, reproduction, stress response, and immune function. Organs such as the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, adrenal glands, thyroid gland, and pancreas play pivotal roles in this intricate network. Dysfunctions within the neuroendocrine system can lead to various disorders, highlighting the significance of studying and understanding this complex interaction.
3. Psychophysiologic stage
Psychophysiologic research delves into the relationship between psychological processes and physiological functioning. It examines how our thoughts, emotions, and mental states influence the physical state of our bodies, and reciprocally, how bodily reactions can impact our mental and emotional well-being. This field measures various physiological responses such as heart rate, blood pressure, respiration, skin conductance, and brain activity to explore the interconnectedness of mind and body. For instance, stress or anxiety can trigger changes in heart rate variability, while practices like meditation can influence brain activity and blood pressure. Understanding the mind-body connection through psychophysiological research holds promise for enhancing well-being, treating disorders, and promoting optimal health.
4. Energoinformational stage
It is known that the human body and its functioning systems consist of a great number of cells, each cell being the source of millimeter-wave electromagnetic oscillations of extremely low intensity. The biological field as well as the electromagnetic field is set up by cells, each of them obeying the total field synthesized by all cells. Cells influence the whole system with their biochemical and biophysical fields and obey this system only to the extent to which they are “allied” to one another and to the whole. It is this fact that provides the highest degree of integrality of the human body: an event occurring in some part of it immediately becomes an all-body event.
5. Endotoxic stage
The term endotoxic primarily pertains to endotoxins, which are toxins produced by certain gram-negative bacteria. These toxins, known as lipopolysaccharides (LPS), can be released during bacterial destruction or as part of their life cycle. Endotoxins have the potential to elicit harmful effects on the human body. When released in significant amounts or when the immune system responds strongly to them, they can trigger an immune response, resulting in inflammation, fever, low blood pressure, organ dysfunction, and even septic shock. Detecting and managing endotoxicity are critical aspects in the context of bacterial infections and sepsis, as these toxins can significantly contribute to the severity of the illness.
6. Chronic stage
We all are too familiar with this stage of the disease.
7. Terminal stage
Terminal illness is an incurable disease that cannot be adequately treated and is reasonably expected to result in the death of the patient. This term is more commonly used for progressive diseases such as cancer or advanced heart, kidney, lung disease, and any life-limiting disease.
As we continue to uncover the intricacies of the human body, these terms serve as signposts along the path of discovery, offering valuable insights into our physiological and psychological well-being. By comprehending the interconnections between these concepts, we gain a more holistic perspective on human health and lay the foundation for further advancements in modern medicine and wellness.
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Danuta Hulajko is a Naturopath, international speaker and the founder & practitioner at the DH Natural Medicine Clinic and www.healingremedies.com.au in the Southern Highlands
Danuta specialises in Allergies, Anti-Aging, Auto-Immune Conditions, Cardiovascular Conditions, Female Reproductive, Long Covid, Menopause, Mould Toxicity, Skin Conditions, Stress and Insomnia and Thyroid Dysfunction.
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