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Sleeping Your Life Away

We all know that sleep is important, but increasingly a lack of sleep is viewed as a public health crisis. It not only causes problems in our everyday life, but it’s contributing to chronic illnesses that haunt us down the road. Lack of sleep, or sleep insufficiency, has become such a problem that the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the National Center on Sleep Disorders Research are working together to examine the true impact […]

What do Red Wine, Polar Bear Clubs, and Low Calorie Diets Have In Common?

Red wine, polar bear clubs, and low calorie diets may hold the secrets to longer lives for humans. Lately there has been a new addition to that family: Sirtuins. The Sirtuin family of proteins are key regulators of critical physiologic functions like stress response, cell survival, genome stability and most interestingly, longevity. But what about the red wine? Why Do the French Make Us So Jealous? For years scientists theorized that Resveratrol, a polyphenol produced […]

Yeast Syndrome. Confusion, Deception and Altered Reality

Yeast syndrome was first described in 1986 by Dr. William Crook, who called it “Candida Hypersensitivity Syndrome”.  Yeast syndrome is a very controversial issue in many respects. Current view in the world of conventional medicine is that there is no scientific evidence to support the existence of “yeast syndrome” or yeast hypersensitivity, and it is not a valid diagnosis. Confusion, deception and altered reality are prominent in Homeopathic drug picture of any fungus (Psilocybe, Secale, […]

Yeast Syndrome. Confusion, Deception and Altered Reality. Part I.

Yeast syndrome was first described in 1986 by Dr. William Crook, who called it “Candida Hypersensitivity Syndrome”. Yeast syndrome is a very controversial issue in many respects. Current view in the world of conventional medicine is that there is no scientific evidence to support the existence of “yeast syndrome” or yeast hypersensitivity, and it is not a valid diagnosis. Confusion, deception and altered reality are prominent in Homeopathic drug picture of any fungus (Psilocybe, Secale, […]

Treating Auto-immune Diseases.

Part I. Hidden Food Intolerance. Summary: Foods can trigger an auto-immune response in sensitive individuals which leads eventually to autoimmune diseases (Hashimoto thyroiditis, Multiple Sclerosis, fatty liver, Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, etc.). Patients with autoimmune and degenerative diseases should be tested and treated for hidden food intolerance, Yeast syndrome and Mercury toxicity. The hallmark of autoimmune diseases is production of antibodies against one’s own tissues. The immune system sees its own proteins […]

Roman Vacation, Marquis de Sade and Notes on Subconscious

If you ask a few people to describe the same place (thing, symptom etc.), each of them will describe it in accordance with his or her sensitivity. Stated simply, they will describe themselves through the image of the place. In other words, they will describe their “experience” of the place (thing or symptom). This experience is unique for each person. It is a good “entrance point” to the subconscious and I use this method when […]

Resolving Emotional and Psychological Consequences of Injury with Neural Therapy

Summary: Memories of Physical, Emotional and Psychological aspects of injury are stored together. Emotional and psychological consequences of injury can be resolved with Neural Therapy  by blocking an injured site or organ with Novocain. We experience life in physical, emotional and psychological aspects simultaneously. Physical, emotional and psychological experiences of injury are stored in the memory together – in the same “folder”.  An old scar from a dog bite may be linked in the memory […]

“Focus of irritation” (“field of interference”) in Neural Therapy

The concept of “Focus of irritation” (“field of interference”) in Neural Therapy relates to the area of old injury, scar, or diseased organ that many years after injury still bombards vegetative nervous system with impulses. The organ may be considered cured, the scar may be painless, but the “focus of irritation” exists and keeps the nervous system busy analyzing these impulses. It distracts nervous system from monitoring functions of immune and hormonal systems. As a […]

Yeast Syndrome

It is not me who wants to eat! It is the Yeast! I do skin tests for Candida as a part of food sensitivity diagnostic work up. Just recently I tested a woman whose chief complaint was significant weight gain (20 pounds in 2 months) due to ferocious appetite. Sometimes she felt that she had to eat right away. She also complained of other symptoms consistent with Yeast syndrome, like frequent bloating and gas, desire […]

Neural Therapy

Neural therapy is a treatment by which Novocain (local anesthetic) is injected into scars or dysfunctional tissues referred to as the “focus of irritation” (“Field of Disturbance” in German sources). The key concept in Neural Therapy is that any affected organ can leave an active “focus of irritation” in the nervous system in spite of apparent recovery. Such primary lesion can create health problems elsewhere in the body even many years later. For example, acute […]

Hidden Food Intolerance

Have you heard of hidden food intolerance? Many people are sensitive to food that they eat every day, and they do not know about it. This hidden food intolerance stresses the immune system and may cause asthma, atopic dermatitis, rheumatoid arthritis, celiac disease, intestinal dysbacteriosis, candidiasis (Yeast syndrome), irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, Menier’s disease, sinusitis, thyroid disorders, urticaria, attention deficit disorder, chronic fatigue, arthritis, migraine headaches, eczema, psoriasis, obesity and many other […]