Killing in a Small Town: Repressed Anger

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As I mentioned yesterday, the misuse of anger can be hazardous to your health, but it can also have disproportionate consequences for those people around you. An example of this last case might be Killing in Small Town which I saw recently. The movie is about a brutal ax murder where the killer strikes her victim 41 times. The murderer is a reserved woman who repressed her anger in ...

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Anger and Sudden Death

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We usually get angry when we get frustrated due to misunderstandings. Many people consider anger to be an all-or-nothing feeling and this shouldn’t be the case. We don’t have to loose control when we’re angry. Actually, angry responses very seldom reach uncontrollable levels and when they do, they are usually because of misuse of angry feelings that have little or nothing to do with the immediate actual irritating situation. It is mainly ...

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Dissociation and Changes in Brain Structure

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Dissociation is a learned program which “protects” us from a cruel environment; like a trip to the moon which buffers us from an uncomfortable reality. Moments of stress reminds us of bad times during our childhoods and makes us dissociate from our surroundings.

Dissociation may take many forms, some people get tough and repressed, others are shy, others are paranoid and afraid, others are upset and cranky, still others are dreaming awake, etc, etc. ...

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Cell Phone Hazards

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Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) affect cellular metabolism and generate free radicals that can be hazardous to your health. Cell phones are a source of EMFs and there are already thousands of studies pointing out to cell phone hazards. Studies indicate higher rates of Alzheimer’s disease, mood disorders, depression, and other neurological problems in people exposed to EMFs. Other studies show that EMFs may be linked to an increase in cancers, especially brain ...

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Mercury: Lethal Toxin

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Mercury is one of the most toxic substances in the world for our bodies. It has been associated with gastrointestinal, autoimmune, cardiovascular, kidney and neurological/cognitive problems. Gastrointestinal problems include nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and colitis. Neurological problems include symptoms of shyness, emotional lability, nervousness, insomnia, memory problems, and the inability to concentrate. Other nervous symptoms may include encephalopathy, nerve damage, Parkinsonian symptoms, tremor, ataxia, impaired hearing, tunnel vision, ...

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Soaring Autism Rates

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Soaring autism rates should not come as a surprise in a polluted toxic environment where nutrient rich soils in which to grow our foods are difficult to find.

The root of autism can be found in toxins, gut and immune system abnormalities. These particular abnormalities create symptoms in the brain which are grouped under the name of “autism”, for example the inability to talk and connect with other people, or the production of odd ...

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Boy with 11 tumors survives after grandparents’ alternative therapy treatments

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Our bodies don’t have strictly separated systems, our bodies and its systems interact as a whole where everything is connected. Our unique biochemical and genetic make-up respond to insults in different ways. A particular group may have alterations in the major histocompatibility complex, others have a predisposition for heart disease, others have cancer, etc.

In medicine is easy to get stuck in a specialized field who looks everything as been separate. We ...

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Mold Toxins More Prevalent And Hazardous Than Thought

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Molds (or moulds) include all species of microscopic fungi that grow in the form of multicellular filaments, called hyphae.

Common molds include Alternaria, Aspergillus, Basidiomycetes, Bipolaris, Cladosporium, Curvularia, Epicoccus, Fusarium, Myxomycetes, Penicillium, Rhizopus, and Stachybotrys (AKA toxic black mold).

Mold toxins, mycotoxins, damages nerves and is related to autoimmune diseases, that is your own defense system turns against yourself, i.e. against nerve and brain tissue. Furthermore, mycotoxins is associated with allergies and respiratory system problems ...

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Omega-3 fats and the psychological wellbeing of menopausal women

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Omega-3 fats, eicosapentanoic acid (EPA)and docosahexanenoic acid (DHA), are essential for our brain and body function. They are extremely helpful for preventing heart disease, psychiatric and neurological conditions, cancer, immune deficiencies, and eczema among others. 60% of the brain consists of DHA and if there is a lack, your brain can’t function. These fats are essential for growth and overall health of blood vessels and nerves. They also help heal inflammation and promote numerous ...

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Where There Is Evil

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One of my most interesting readings as of lately is Where There is Evil by Sandra Brown which is the author’s account of a young girl’s disappearance, Moira Anderson, from a small town of Coatbridge near Glasgow in 1957. Sandra’s quest to find out what happened to Moira began nearly 30 years later, at a family funeral, when her father confessed that he had been involved in the girl’s disappearance.

Sandra’s father was ...

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