Chronic Kidney Disease. (CKD) - Avoid Dialysis using Self-Healing Medicine

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The kidneys can regenerate similarly to other organs of the body, especially if they are strengthened together with liver function. Avoiding dialysis is a possible task even in advanced stages.

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"He who learns but does not think is lost! He who thinks but does not learn is in great danger."

Confucius (551 BC – 479 BC) was a Chinese teacher, politician, and philosopher. By Simran Khurana (Updated March 18, 2017)

Chronic kidney disease is a prevalent disease, even among relatively young people. Severe economic crises, particularly the one the world has experienced in the Corona plague crisis, are expected to increase the number of patients with chronic kidney disease significantly. The kidneys are an organ of "economic stability," They are damaged if an existential economic crisis arises. (Subjective in the patient's eyes) IgA nephropathy is detailed in a separate article. (Different emphasis) Link: IgA nephropathy (IgAN), also known as Berger's disease. (Rare form of the disease)

 

The liver and kidneys have many metabolic functions in common.

Chronic Kidney disease (CKD) - Introduction.

CKD manifests itself in a gradual decline in kidney function.

Link: About Chronic Kidney Disease. (National Kidney Foundation)

  • One can also function well with one kidney; symptomatic kidney disease indicates significant kidney damage. The symptoms are usually not unique to patients with chronic kidney disease.

CKD is a very high incidence disease affecting women and men worldwide.

  • Chronic kidney disease is a widespread phenomenon affecting approximately 750 million people worldwide. (2016 data)
  • Approximately 15% of the adult population suffers from various chronic kidney disease levels, with an upward trend.
  • Women have an increased tendency (compared to men) to get Chronic Kidney Disease.
  • The prevalence of chronic kidney disease increases with age, but it can also start at very young ages.
  • From the age of 65 and over, chronic kidney disease incidence increases to about 25% in women and 20% in men.

As a liver disease patient (HCV) in severe conditions, I have extensive kidney disease experience.

I suffered from many symptoms that included almost every possible physiological connection. Look at the pictures in the gallery to see why.

Link: Intrahepatic Liver & Gallbladder Stones. (Disgusting)

  • I have rich experience with severe liver disease (HCV) combined with kidney disease, which has caused me the most severe symptoms.
  • I have rich experience in various treatments, including over two years on and off in China.
  • The most severe symptoms I have experienced are related to the kidney and urinary system; I have reached the urine frequency of 30-40 times a day, mainly due to ammonia salts accumulation. (Protein decomposition product.)
  • My kidney condition has deteriorated in terms of the size of the cysts in my right kidney. (It's no accident that my right kidney was filled with four big cysts; most of the liver is on the right side of the body.)

Traditional Chinese medicine indicates a close connection between the kidneys and hearing.

  • As a kidney-severe patient, I also suffered a sharp decline in hearing and vision. (According to traditional Chinese medicine, vision is related to the liver.)

 

The main danger of chronic kidney disease is deteriorating kidney function to a level that requires dialysis or kidney transplantation.

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)  - Brainstorming.

It is advisable to take advantage of the liver's remarkable regeneration capabilities, lower the burden on the injured kidneys, and thus initiate damaged kidney cells rehabilitation.

  • Improved liver blood flow and bile fluids, through naturally squeezed juices, coffee enemas, liver, and gallbladder flushes, have a far-reaching impact on the immune system and the liver kidneys.
  • Combined with the proper habits and appropriate and supportive diet, far-reaching results can be achieved, and even the condition of patients who need dialysis can be restored.
  • The emotional-mental side has tremendous significance in every recovery.

The body compensates for the missing kidney functions through other organs, especially the liver.

  • The additional burden on the liver is rising steadily and can cause side effects. The compromised liver function does not allow the proper regeneration of damaged kidney cells. 

Chronic kidney disease patients can suffer from numerous complications.  

  • Chronic kidney disease patients (including chronic liver disease patients) usually have additional complications. Hypertension is a widespread phenomenon that affects the heart, blood vessels, and the male capacity for erection.
  • Sexual dysfunction has many implications for the self-image and marital system.
  • Chronic kidney patients can suffer from a deficient energy level, affecting their entire lifestyle.

Kidney transplantation.

  • For advanced-stage kidney patients, kidney transplantation is perceived. Rightly a dramatic improvement in the quality of life, the thought that one can recover from the disease is not presented!
  • A kidney transplant is now considered a relatively straightforward operation. The main difficulty is finding a suitable donor and the accompanying price in the constant need to suppress the immune system.

Chronic kidney disease cannot be cured by drugs of any kind nor by any invasive procedure.

  • The treatment of chronic kidney disease is only symptomatic. It is not designed to cure the disease in the first place.
  • Blood pressure-lowering drugs mainly cause damage because they take opposite actions to the body's desires and overload the liver.
  • The technology for smashing kidney stones using sound waves and dialysis is also symptomatic. Both are essential tools for treatment but are unfortunately not intended to cure the patient. 

This article will focus on the lesser-known issues that may significantly improve chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) patients' quality of life. 

 

Hypertension is misunderstood - It is a compensation tool of the body, resulting from low filtration of the kidneys and liver.

High blood pressure (Hypertension) and kidney cysts are symptoms, not the disease itself!

The Lancet Link: The number of people living with high blood pressure has doubled worldwide over the past 40 years.

High blood pressure is a part of the self-defense mechanism, and therefore, it is a symptom. (Not the cause.)

  • Inflammatory processes create sedimentary on the walls of the blood vessels that cause stenosis and lack of flexibility.
  • High blood pressure is a mechanism needed to achieve more efficient blood flow & filtering in major organs such as the Lungs, Kidneys, Liver, Heart & Circulatory systems. 
  • Hypertension is usually a sign of an unhealthy cumulative lifestyle. (It can be reversed.)
  • Surprisingly, high blood pressure as a single factor is not the primary cause of heart disease.
  • Taking prolonged blood pressure medication causes double damage. (Harms the liver and kidneys and allows for an unhealthy lifestyle.)

Over one billion people worldwide live with  Hypertension. (Lancet, November 2016.)

  • The number of people affected by high blood pressure has almost doubled over the past 40 years.
  • Hypertension is prevalent in developing countries in Asia and Africa.
  • According to WHO, nearly half of the adult population suffers from high blood pressure.
  • The World Health Organization, which attributes high blood pressure to an annual death rate of 7.5 million people, confuses (like everyone else) between symptoms and the causes of the disease. (A symptom of illness cannot cause death.)

Kidney cysts are a widespread phenomenon.

  • The best treatment is through proper nutrition, without the need to take blood pressure medications.
  • Proper nutrition and lifestyle can shrink the cysts. Usually, no surgical intervention is needed.

Medical literature looking at the causes of the CKD disease is often misleading!

  • According to the literature, the leading causes of chronic kidney disease (with sweeping consent) are hypertension, type 2 diabetes, and urinary tract inflammation.
  • Recurrent urinary tract infections, hypertension, and type 2 diabetes are symptoms of an unhealthy lifestyle and diet.
  • Logically a symptom of one disease cannot be the cause of another disease! (There may be common causes of many diseases)
  • The primary underlying cause of chronic kidney disease is an unhealthy lifestyle & diet. 

 

Chronic Kidney Disease's underlying causes. (Body, Mind & Spirit.)

Pathogens as a cause of CKD outbreak.

  • In chronic CKD, pathogens are not a cause of the disease but only catalysts and triggers. The fundamental cause is always a weak immune system.

Lifestyle vs. Genetics. 

  • An unhealthy lifestyle (Mental & Physical)  is the leading cause of Chronic Kidney Disease. (80% or more). Genetics explains only a small part of the failures. (20% or less.)

The age factor - An unhealthy physical lifestyle vs. Traumatic non-resolved events from the past.

  • The age factor - As symptoms onset at a younger age (30-35 years or less), it is more likely that the weight of unresolved mental traumas is higher than the unhealthy lifestyle. The explanation lies in the fact that the process of cell aging and death is cumulative, while unresolved traumatic events have an immediate and cumulative effect.

Physical Body.

  • An unhealthy Lifestyle reflected in Improper nutrition, high body toxicity, low physical activities, and exposure to the sun, lack of sleep manifests itself in:
    • The low flow of body fluids. (Blood, lymph, bile.)
    • Gut flora imbalance and parasite overgrowth cause a heavy load on the immune system.

Mind & Spirit.

Happiness, Love, Satisfaction, and other positive emotions charge life-force energy.   

Anxiety, stress, disappointment, hate, fear, guilt, envy, and negative emotions deplete the life-force energy.

  • Traumatic Non-resolved mental & spiritual events from our past (usually subconscious) can cause low life-force energy flow. (Blockages in the flow of life-force energy have far-reaching physical and mental effects.)

The combined effect of body, mind, and spirit - A long list of symptoms. (Physical & Mental.)

Prognosis.

  • Recovery occurs only when all the disease causes (mental & physical) are resolved and eliminated.
  • Symptomatic treatments usually cannot cure the patient, as they do not eliminate the disease's causes.

 

Why can it be said with certainty that chronic kidney disease is curable?

Most CKD patients, especially adults, would have needed dialysis if the kidneys could not replenish damaged cells. In reality, most chronic kidney patients do not reach dialysis!

  • Except for pure genetic diseases, all diseases acquired, including those with an inborn tendency, are illnesses that can be cured. There is no such thing as an incurable disease.
  • Not long ago, scientists of the human brain thought it could not replenish neurons (Neurogenesis), but now it turns out that everyone was wrong! This ability exists and is significant. Therefore, one must not raise hands and surrender.
  • Suppose you watch videos on YouTube of patients who have recovered from severe and seemingly impossible-to-recover illnesses (including severe cancer patients). In that case, you will find that these are decisive and determined patients to fight, who have found the way to self-healing. (Without naming it.)
  • I have left with a few percent of liver function due to chronic hepatitis C. Who would look at my gallery with photos of giant worms 15-17 cm long in my digestive and liver system will wonder how I survived the impossible.
  • Recovery is possible from any health acquired condition; it is just a matter of time, effort, determination, and perseverance. 

 

The unconventional perception of the human body as a dual, physical, and energetic entity is essential to achieving recovery from CKD.

"To live is to have Qi in every part of your body." To die is to be a body without Qi. For the health to be maintained, there must be a balance of Qi."

 

The location of the symptoms and the severity are not accidental. (This analysis is simplistic but thought-provoking.)

Link: Chakra (Wikipedia) Note: A simple search will provide more detailed diagrams with elaborated information. (Recommended)  

The seven human Chakras (Energy Centers) and organs represent respective influential emotions. (The emotional settings I brought are slightly broader.)

General & Introduction -  The concept of energy centers. (Chakras)

Only Traumatic Non-resolved mental & spiritual events from our past may block the life-force energy. (Traumatic resolved mental & spiritual events do not block the energy centers.) 

  • These principles come from traditional Indian medicine (Ayurveda) and Chinese medicine, balancing the body. Western medicine completely ignores the human body's energetic being and misses an opportunity for a deep understanding of chronic disease formation.
  • Diseases break out where life-force energy does not flow smoothly.
  • When we talk about stress and anxiety as a significant causes of chronic morbidity, we must deepen and label the traumatic emotions to release them consciously.

 

Mental-energetic analysis concerning CKD, using the Chakras (energy centers) method.

  • According to the diagram, the kidneys are in the centers (Chakra-1,2.) The corresponding possible traumatic emotions are probably related to Basic trust (fear), Carrer, money mindset and sense of belonging, Sexuality, and Pleasure, Creativity. 
  • Chronic Inflammations of all kinds - Also related to energy centers (Chakras - 3,4). The corresponding possible traumatic emotions are probably associated with Wisdom, Personal Power, and the ability to channel Love, Relationships & Self-acceptance.
  • Only the patient himself can interpret the traumatic events.
  • It is worth mentioning that only Traumatic Non-resolved mental & spiritual events from the past can block the life-force energy. 

The example I have provided is too simplistic but illustrates the idea and encourages self-searching.

  • The symptomatic organ should be adjusted to its energy center; the traumatic emotions that block the specific energy center must be identified and released.
    • If the result cannot be reached through an internal search, you should consider assisting a certified hypnotist.
  • Prolonged and severe multi-system diseases need to be restored according to the chronological order of symptoms.
  • In many cases (as in my case), it is a mix of traumatic emotions and several energy centers, making it challenging to locate the energy block source.
  • The right side is the male side at the energetic level, while the left side is related to the female and the offspring. Therefore trauma with the mother or a brother, for example, will be expressed in various locations!

The severity of symptoms. 

  • The symptoms' intensity is related to the body's general energy (in the central energy channel) and the specific organ or organs' energy level.

 

If you seek doctors' advice about self-healing from Chronic Kidney Disease, do not expect your doctor's support for self-healing medicine.

Link: Conventional Modern Medicine vs. Self-Healing (Alternative) Medicine.

Recommends everyone to delve into the principles of self-healing before deciding. And the differences between conventional medicine and self-healing medicine.

  • Doctors don't like to undermine their authority; they usually see themselves as the one who knows what's right for you! 
  • Many questions arise in my experience of entering a self-healing process, especially from serious illnesses. Understanding and believing along the way are critical to success. Self-healing is a challenging process accompanied by ups and downs; it is effortless to break down in the healing process; success comes thanks to perseverance.

Deciding which way to choose is always the patient's decision; family and friends' support is vital.

 

Recommended Self-Healing recovery methods from chronic kidney disease.

Recovery from chronic kidney disease requires, first of all, the restoration of the immune system. How should the recovery process run?

Link: Summary & Initial Preparations - How to get started with self-healing functional medicine natural therapies?

Rehabilitation of the immune system requires simultaneously integrating all the influencing factors: (Body, mind & spirit) 

  1. Release traumas from the past through the subconscious and conscious transmission. (No need to forget.)
  2. A very diverse and balanced diet of natural, unprocessed foods.
  3. Maintaining an incredibly healthy lifestyle. (Goodnight Sleep, controlled sun exposure, and regular exercise.)
  4. Cleansing the body's filters (liver and kidneys) dramatically boosts the immune system.
  5. Assistive treatments include massage (very relaxing) and acupuncture with excellent effects.
  6. Controlled solar baths.

 

Mental & Spiritual Empowerment. (Often underestimated) 

Link: Mental & Spiritual empowerment is critical to recovery!

  • Love and emotional support (not just logistical), knowing that having someone with you has immense meaning in these difficult moments. Together with love and support, Hope strengthens the energy of life and dramatically improves recovery chances.
  • Hypnosis (Authorized only) in severe cases when the onset of CKD at a young age. Traumatic events are often kept subconscious and complex to locate on our own. Hypnotherapy requires patient collaboration. (I needed many hypnosis-like sessions. )
  • Releasing tension and spiritual calm. (Such as yoga, meditation, and Tai Chi )
  • Acupuncture. Excellent benefits without any side effects. Acupuncture does begin as a physical act, but it is essentially an energetic action aimed at opening energetic blockages along the body's energy channels. (Meridians) Successful acupuncture can be painful; the pain usually indicates effective treatment. (The pain stems from energy flow in a blocked life-force energy channel!)

 

A healthy diet and proper eating habits are essential for recovery.

Nutritional recommendations for CKD patients.

Recommended link: "The balanced, varied diet" is the best diet for maintaining good health and optimal weight.

Very few CKD patients have a proper diet & eating habits, even though many believe they are eating healthy!

Introduction.

  • Fats, protein, carbohydrates & natural sugars are needed; it is wrong to deny completely one of the macronutrients.
  • The need for various foods (mainly from plants) is designed to allow the body to get all the nutrients (enzymes, minerals, electrolytes, dietary fiber, antioxidants) through the food and drinks. High-quality and varied foods, together with sun-controlled exposure, almost eliminate the need for sometimes harmful supplements and absorb less than quality food.

 

Recommended food:

  1. Start your morning by drinking one cup of squeezed lemon juice mixed with lukewarm water. (It is even better if you add one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar + one tablespoon of olive oil.)
  2. Vegetables, seeds, sprouts, roots, nuts, legumes, beans, lentils, mushrooms, fruits, and berries.   
  3. Moist low-medium glycemic index starches such as rice, sweet potato, taro root, and spelled quinoa. (You better add a teaspoon of coconut oil, Ghee purified butter, or other natural oils for better absorption.)
  4. Organic range-free eggs (especially the egg yolk) are excellent emulsifiers due to their high lecithin content. (Good quality egg yolk has an orange color.)
    1. Egg yolk is rich in vitamin D3.
  5. Eat wild deep-sea fish 2-to 3  a week. (They are less contaminated and also have a high omega-three content.)
    • Fish is easy to digest and does not create a very acidic environment in the intestines.
  6. Berries are among the most potent antioxidants – combined with any fruit, goat yogurt, cinnamon, and walnuts. (Yogurt, like all probiotics, may cause gas bloating. It is usually a good sign.)
  7. The liver, in particular, benefits from all-natural bitter foods. (Such as grapefruit and dark chocolate.)
  8. Dietary fiber (found only in plant-based diets) is essential for gut recovery. It might cause a reaction like gas bloating. (Fiber helps to feed the good bacteria.)
  9. Fermented products with natural live bacteria such as goat yogurt or natural kombucha are essential for good health.
  10. Consuming high-quality fats like Olive oil, flaxseed oil, hemp oil, Ghee (purified butter), and coconut oil, together with fiber, helps lubricate the lining of the intestinal walls. It is essential to replenish the good bacteria and help regenerate intestinal wall tissue.
  11. Regular eating of bone marrow (possible in soup) is especially recommended.
  12. Consuming Iodine regularly (for proper thyroid function) is essential. (The easiest way is by consuming Himalayan pink salt.)
  13. Consuming sulfur foods such as avocado, onion, garlic, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, and kale is recommended to strengthen the immune system.

Which bread is the healthiest? (Sprouted bread, rye, spelled, or whole flour sourdough bread.) 

  • Healthy bread is dense and tends to be massive. (Especially bread made without yeast.)
  • Bread with low gluten is best. Most healthy bread has low gluten. (Although not zero percent gluten)
  • There are many bread recipes. Most people do not bake their bread. Buying bread from a reliable source is essential. The best are small specialized bakeries that deliver organic whole grain sourdough bread.
  • Sprouted bread is most recommended for everyone. Sprouting releases enzymes that break the grain shell. Sprouted bread has low gluten and is much easier to digest because enzymes start breaking the grain shell. (which is hard to digest)
  • Low-calorie bread is less dense and weighs less. Heavy bread makes you feel full faster.

Try to minimize eating white flour & yeast bread; it disturbs the gut flora balance.

 

Recommended beverages:

  • Water, tea (without sugar or milk), black coffee (without sugar or milk), and freshly squeezed juice. (Not too sweet.)
    • Drinking fresh juice may cause gas bloating. It is inevitable and part of the recovery process.

Due to intestinal wall damage, appropriate discipline in eating and drinking is required. 

  • Until there is a significant improvement in symptoms, the food and beverages not recommended list are pretty long, but that should not surprise anyone.
  • It is recommended to eat mainly cooked, soft, warm, and moist food. (Easier to digest)
  • The additional nutrients that the body needs for recovery will come from drinking natural fresh-squeezed juices.

 

Not recommended Food & Beverages - Minimize consumption.

  • All Processed food, smoked food, preservatives, and canned food. (Huge category.)
  • Soft drinks of all kinds, including diet beverages. 
  • Plain sugars and high glycemic starches. (Such as white flour products, potatoes, white bread, biscuits, cakes, etc.)
  • Eating high doses of sweet fruits. (Especially grapes and watermelon containing mainly glucose.) Sugars can create an imbalance in gut flora.   
  • Trans-fats (found in many industrialized products) like Margarine are very harmful.
  • Yeast bread. (Sourdough bread is much better.)
  • Dairy products are not suitable for Fibromyalgia patients as they are loaded with sugar (lactose) and too many proteins. Besides, they create an acidic environment in the intestines.
    • Goat's milk or yogurt is much better. (Limited quantities.)
  • High gluten content products. (Gluten protein is found in most cereals. Gluten tends to adhere to intestinal walls and will probably aggravate symptoms.)
  • Reduce meat & poultry consumption by 50% or more. (Meat & poultry are hard to digest; they create a high acidity environment in the intestines.)
  • Leafy greens. (Until significant relief in symptoms. They tend to stick to the inflamed intestinal walls.)
  • Spicy hot foods are usually beneficial, but they may cause symptoms to worsen. (Due to the Herxheimer effect, dead pathogens release toxins & gas.)
  • It is not recommended to eat large amounts of carbohydrates and animal proteins together. (Especially meat or dairy products with potatoes or other high glycemic starches.)

 

Eating habits.

  • Try to minimize eating away from home, preferably taking home food to work and not buying outside.
  • Chew well, take a break, and eat comfortably.
  • Do not eat late at night.
  • Intermittent fasting (not with zero calories) has many benefits.
  • Fresh vegetables should be sprinkled with olive oil or other oils such as hemp oil or flaxseed oil.
  • You should add a little fat with a higher melting temperature, such as coconut oil or Ghee butter, boiled or baked starches, or vegetables. (Although they are saturated fats.)
  • Especially after a meal that includes animal protein (more difficult to digest), it is recommended to take a short 20-30 minute walk at moderate speed. Walking helps the digestive processes.

We eat with all senses; it is desirable to fill the plate with various vegetables with oils & spices. (Including aromatic salt.)

 

Freshly squeezed juice - the best natural remedy.

Freshly squeezed juice - the best natural remedy. image 1

The ultimate liver & kidneys detoxification is explained.

Recommended links: | Juicing principles | Coffee enemas | Liver & Gallbladder flush |

The liver and kidneys fill a long list of critical metabolic processes. A burden on one creates a burden on the other, and therefore it is necessary to address both.

Liver detoxification: Freshly squeezed juices, coffee enemas, Liver flush.

  • Why is combining freshly squeezed juice with liver & gallbladder flushes and coffee enemas powerful? 
  • Fresh juice supplies the body with all the needed nutrients such as vitamins, enzymes, electrolytes & antioxidants. It elevates the body's energy and helps the liver to produce more bile.
  • Liver flushes (especially when adding apple cider vinegar) can dissolve and remove solidified bile stones resulting from high toxicity levels.
  • Coffee enemas are much more effective when the bile ducts are not blocked. (Because the movement inside the liver is through the bile ducts.) 
  • Coffee enemas have an almost immediate effect on the liver and intestines. When the body has lower toxicity levels, the body's energy will improve significantly. Therefore the immune system can fight all pathogens much more effectively.

 

Exercise and massage, Controlled Solar-baths, Acupuncture, and supplements.

Link: Lifestyle & Diet, Supplements, Herbal medicine & Additional anti-inflammatory therapies.

  • Regular exercise is essential because the lymphatic fluid (3 times the amount of blood in our body) is a significant part of the immune system, unable to function without the body's movement.
  • The sun has extraordinary healing properties. Sun is not the cause of skin cancer, and moderate controlled exposure has beneficial effects, especially for many systems in the body, including the immune system.
  • Acupuncture does not involve any side effects and has exceptional properties when combined with a comprehensive treatment.
  • One should always prefer good quality food & beverages with a high nutritional value over supplements. However, one might need a few (though not many) carefully selected supplements during the recovery process.

 

Summary, conclusions, and recommendations. 

It is advisable to take advantage of the liver's remarkable regeneration capabilities, lower the burden on the injured kidneys, and initiate kidney cell regeneration.

  • Improved liver blood flow and bile fluids, through naturally squeezed juices, coffee enemas, liver, and gallbladder flushes, have a far-reaching impact on the immune system and the liver kidneys.
  • Combined with the proper habits and appropriate and supportive diet, far-reaching results can be achieved, and even the condition of patients who need dialysis can be restored.
  • The emotional-mental side has tremendous significance in every CKD recovery.

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) & High blood pressure (Hypertension) is not incurable disease! Even in advanced stages.

  • It is worth internalizing - there is no such thing as an incurable disease. (Except for genetic diseases.)
  • Remissions often characterize Chronic Kidney Disease. They are not accidental; they result from an increase in the body's life-force energy level.
  • For those ready to embark on the inner journey of self-healing - full recovery is guaranteed. (The process can be lengthy, but the feeling of healing is already felt in the early stages.) 

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) & High blood pressure (Hypertension) underlying causes:

  • The underlying causes of Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) & High blood pressure (Hypertension)are unhealthy lifestyles combined with anxiety & traumatic Non-resolved events from the past.
  • Recovery occurs only when all the disease causes (mental & physical) are resolved and eliminated.
  • Symptomatic treatments usually cannot cure the patient, as they do not eliminate the disease's causes.

The age factor - An unhealthy physical lifestyle vs. Traumatic non-resolved events from the past.

  • As the disease erupts at a younger age (30-35 years and below), the likelihood of mental trauma as the leading cause of the disease increases, and vice versa.

Prolonged use of medications & Supplements. (Including herbal supplements.)

  • Sometimes, when the pain does not allow proper functioning, it is necessary to take analgesics for relatively short periods.
  • Painkillers cannot cure the disease but only moderate the symptoms, so the aim is to minimize their use to the minimum possible.
  • Prolonged use of most drugs, especially non-herbal drugs, has side effects (sometimes intolerable) and cumulative damage to the body that comes out of balance.
  • The use of dietary supplements is excessive and sometimes even harmful. A balanced and appropriate diet with naturally fermented products (or live probiotics) and controlled exposure to the sun are recommended to minimize dietary supplements for those who are not vegan.

Economic aspects.

  • The economic burden of doctors, drugs, and treatments is sometimes very high. (In my case, the expenditure was exceptionally high.)
  • Despite the enormous expenditure on food and juices, the savings on medicines and doctors, not to mention the suffering and low quality of life, invest in self-healing, primarily economic, in the long run.

Self-healing is like "Performing miracles." Every human being has this capability. It just needs to be revealed.

Link: How to get started with self-healing therapies?

  • The self-healing method's principles allow the body to rehabilitate the immune system independently, recovering from any acquired illness, including chronic kidney disease. (CKD)
  • Following the principles & guidelines of self-healing medicine will cure the entire body mentally and physically.
  • The main drawback of self-healing is the need for changes in lifestyle & habits. The transformation is enormous in every aspect.

 

It may be almost impossible for some, but it can be done! May God be with you. Recommended link: Forum discussions about Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD)

I wish all people, wherever they live, full recovery from Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) & High blood pressure (Hypertension). Good health with a better quality of life.

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