Category Archives for "Remedies"
What happened when I asked an 80 year old to have cold showers?
Known effects of controlled cold exposure, technically known as cold hormesis:
So you won’t be surprised when I tell you that an 80 year old with brain fog and headaches resulting from a stroke found dramatic improvement just by having a cold shower every day for 2 or 3 minutes.
Hormesis is anything that stresses you that makes you stronger. So exercise is a form or hormesis, as is fasting, and using saunas.
If you want to learn more about hormesis, and how to get it into your life, along with other techniques that make you more energetic, then check out my 7 Week Anti- Ageing Program
Most people in the West die of preventable causes, like diabetes and heart disease.
However, you can only prevent these chronic diseases if you
a) know what you are doing to cause them
b) take steps to address the cause.
With diabetes type 2, if you ask most health experts like GP’s and nutritionists they will probably tell you its all about sugar and poor food choices.
They may also say there’s a link to obesity.
We certainly know that an extreme ultra-low calorie diet will reverse a ‘fatty liver’ caused by a poor diet, and that this then leads to a reversal of diabetes. (I reported on the Fast Fix back in 2012 – https://www.thepainreliefcentres.co.uk/meditation-and-diabetes/)
However, it may be that it’s not the sugar itself that caused the fatty liver, it may actually have been something else..
Studies done a number of years ago revealed that it was toxicity and not obesity that was related to diabetes development.
Certain toxins increase the likelihood of diabetes by a huge 37.7 x
The good news though is that this fatty, toxic liver can be cleaned up:
If you would like our help on cleaning up your liver, and lowering your sugar levels, call us on 01707 662 704 to schedule a free 10 minute ‘Metabolic Screening’.
Here’s some of my other videos about diabetes and blood sugar control you may find useful:
Protein – specifically glutamine
Here’s my overview of what to do to fix common types of elbow pain, along with some great exercise and advice videos to help you further.
I love Athlean-X
Some simple advice you can apply to any part of the elbow joint
I like the wrist flexibility exercise done on all fours
This was the headline of just one of the many well written articles by health and medical experts warning about the dangers of ‘mediating’ vs ‘treating’ acid reflux or heart burn.
One common class of ant-acids has now been linked to increase stomach cancer, heart disease and dementia, which is why I decided to write this article and provide you with some solutions in this video:
As far back as 2010 the FDA in the US sounded alarms on the use of common PPI drugs like omeprazole because they can increase many life threatening conditions.
According to Mitchell Katz, Director of the Los Angeles County Health Agency and the Director of Los Angeles County Department of Health Services, the United States’ second largest municipal hospital system these dangerous drugs should only be used for:
AND FOR AS SHORT A TIME AS POSSIBLE.
The reality however, is that they are massively over prescribed and wrongly prescribed.
What is really shocking is that an estimated 50% of acid reflux and heart burn is actually caused by LOW stomach acid, not high acid. This is why you need to at least try the simple test I mention in my video.
In 1996, a British physician wrote about a condition is called atrophic gastritis.
Atrophic gastritis (a condition where stomach acid is very low) is associated with a wide range of serious disorders that go far beyond ‘heart burn’ the stomach and oesophagus. These include:
If you have acid reflux and any of the other problems above then make you doctor aware of this article: http://gut.bmj.com/content/38/3/306
The Dangers and Unwanted Effects of PPI drugs
There are many different causes of heart burn, but only one type of common medical treatment, regardless of the cause – ant-acid drugs.
There various types of ant-acid drugs, all of them with both short term and long term side-effects. The most commonly prescribed and most dangerous though are the Proton Pump Inhibitors (known as PPI’s).
In the UK the most common PPI’s are
There are others, and they often have different names in the USA such as zantac and nexium
Common short term side effects:
Serious immediate side effects:
This is just the tip of the ‘seriously hazardous’ effects of drugs like omeprazole when taken long term (anything more than 1 year).
Serious Long Term Side Effects
And Even More Seriously
If you would like a more holistic approach to finding the cause of your acid reflux then call the clinic on 01707 662 704 and quote ‘Acid Fix’ so we know you’ve read this article.
A recent study mentioned in the Daily Health Updates revealed that different aspects of high blood pressure means different dangers. For instance if the upper number is high (the systolic blood pressure) then one of the things you are at increased risks of is a bleeding stroke. His should alert your doctor that giving you Aspirin will be a bad idea as Aspirin also increases the risk of this kind of stroke.
Cold sores – take up to 30g of lysine they day they appear, then 1-10g a day for a week. Also take at least 3g of vitamin C per day for that time. Get some Forever Living aloe lip balm, or some Tea-Tree lip balm too.
If that doesn’t help then consider really boosting your immune system by raising glutathione – How to Boost Your Immune System