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View index & support for the most Common Health Issues


My point of view regarding the major health issues of our time
By Christian Domergue

Our mission
Awareness: It is to share our basic knowledge of the human body and mind with those willing to learn.
Prevention:  It is to use the extraordinary "natural" tools that we have on hand to escape health issues from affecting all those who trust us.
Support: It is to suggest herbal formulas and specific combinations to help those affected by issues discussed on this page.
In all cases, it is highly recommended to review all our suggestions with your medical doctor or qualified health professional.
Remember... disease (or a lack thereof) is almost entirely under your control. If you wish to be healthy, there are certain things you can do that reliably and consistently produce a healthy outcome.

Facts: Leading causes of death in the US


#1. Heart Disease, Stroke and other Cardiovascular Diseases

  • Cardiovascular disease is the leading global cause of death, accounting for more than 17.3 million deaths per year, a number that is expected to grow to more than 23.6 million by 2030.
  • In 2013, cardiovascular deaths represented 31 percent of all global deaths, with 80 percent of those deaths taking place in low- and middle-income countries.
  • Nearly 801,000 people in the U.S. died from heart disease, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases in 2013. That’s about one of every three deaths in America.
  • About 85.6 million Americans are living with some form of cardiovascular disease or the after-effects of stroke.
  • Heart disease is the No. 1 cause of death in the world and the leading cause of death in the United States, killing over 370,000 Americans a year
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    Other major causes of death
    #2. Cancer
    #3. Chronic lower respiratory diseases
    #4. Stroke (cerebrovascular diseases)
    #5. Alzheimer's disease
    #6. Diabetes
    #7. Influenza and Pneumonia

    Source: https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/deaths.htm


    Considering the tremendous amount of pain associated with diseases and "avoidable" premature deaths, I humbly offer on this page, my thoughts and suggestions based on many years of a very good and healthy life... so far.
    Many of our customers have heard me say "I was born in 1940 and so far I have yet to visit a medical doctor." For the average American this is unheard of! I think I am blessed with a robust constitution but also with a sense of balance when it comes to my day to day life. This includes the way I think, pray, love, eat, have fun, exercise and control stress! Always greatful -daily- for who I am and for the blessings I continuously receive.

    This being said... let's consider the major health issues affecting us and see how we can age gracefully by avoiding, with some intelligence, diseases, hospital beds, intensive care, etc.



    It is also important to consider how one's disease can have devastating consequences for family members and true friends! Then doing our best to stay healthy is also a moral obligation on our part as we do not want to become a burden for our children or society.

    In my opinion, several elements are responsible for most known diseases:

    Family history.
    What is your family "health" history? Has any member of your family been affected by heart issues, diabetes, cancer, alzheimer's etc?.

    Your Constitution.
    An iridologist can very easily tell you what your constitution is. This is important to know because if you have a weak one you need to pay particular attention to your immune system and strengthen it.

    Lifestyle and the environment.
    You are (healthwise) what you breath, eat, digest-assimilate and eliminate on a daily basis. If any of these functions do not work as they should, it will have a negative effect on the way you think and on your energy level. Furthermore, it will affect one or several organs opening the door to discomfort first, then disease followed by numerous visits to your doctor, which leads to prescription medications, which leads to side-effects and more medication, until things are spiraling out of control.

    Your attitude in life.
    We are also what we think... Do we THINK positive? Do we consider others around us with a loving heart and positive thoughts?

    Stress, anxiety, and trauma.

    All of us experience some degree of stress and anxiety. There's nothing wrong with that. It is uncontrolled stress and/or continuous anxiety that eats away at our defense mechanism and as a consequence our health and mind take the toll- a very heavy one!
    If stress or anxiety are affecting you, you need to take immediate action to counter balance its ravages on your adrenal glands! If you suffer from Adrenal Exhaustion, then you are more than likely deficient in essential vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. Without the proper amounts of these vital nutrients, your body’s ability to heal from any chronic condition is severely impaired.

    Trauma
    I have yet to see a customer suffering from cancer, who did not face a major trauma in his/her life. A trauma, that is not dealt with properly, may have devastating long term consequences on one's health.
    According to Dr. Mercola M.D. "Emotional stress is linked to health problems including chronic inflammation, lowered immune function, increased blood pressure, altered brain chemistry, increased tumor growth and more. Of course, emotional pain can be so severe that it interferes with your ability to enjoy life and, in extreme cases, may even make you question whether your life is worth living."

    I have had my dose of trauma in my life, but knowing the consequences, I have always refused to be a "willing" victim of a traumatic situation. It is not easy, especially when due to the loss of a child, a friend, or a wife/husband you have deeply loved!

    Many Health Issues might disappear when digestion and elimination are working as they should.

    What you really want to know about Minerals, Enzymes! A must read!

    If you have issues with digestion visit this page
    . As we age we lose approximately 10% of our digestives enzymes per 10 years of age!

    If you have issues with the Intestinal System visit this page (one should have -at least- one bowel movement a day).


    Do you need "Probiotics?"
    Check this page - To read about the importance of Probiotics check this page



    Major diseases affecting the western world today

     

    #1. Heart/Circulation Issues

    One out of every four people will die of a heart related disease! Stress/trauma/lifestyle can have a direct effect on your heart and the circulation to and from yout heart. You can easily find out if your Heart/Circulation need help by answering this survey.

    Prevention and support on this page


     

     

    #2. Cancer

    Of course the subject of cancer is far too involved to adequately address on this site, but we can at least acquaint you with some important information about cancer from a natural healing perspective.
    1. The cancer question (When diagnosed with cancer)
    2. Cancer approach (natural point of view)
    3. Prevention
    4. Nutritional support

    If you have cancer we strongly encourage you to seek medical professional help when dealing with cancer. You need competent health care professionals helping you with your program and monitoring your progress, but you should also do some study on your own and learn about things you can do for yourself.


    #3. Chronic lower respiratory disease

    Prevention
    Reduce the level of exposure to common risk factors, particularly tobacco, poor nutrition, and environmental air pollution (indoor, outdoor, and occupational).

    If one has been subject to frequent lower respiratory infections during childhood, strengthening the respiratory system would be very helpful.

    SUPPORT
    If you are subject to respiratory disease go to this page for suggestions and support.
    For Asthma
    consult this page.

     

    #4. Stroke (cerebrovascular diseases)

    Signs of Stroke in Men and Women