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Common to all autoimmune diseases and addictions is the need to release unresolved traumatic events from the subconscious mind. Psychological therapies are often unable to penetrate the subconscious.

Addiction-related diseases.
Alcoholics are not unreasonable people, nor are they self-destructive. In a state of addiction, the subconscious partially paralyzes reason.
Obese People (especially those who are obese at a young age) are not lazy; without motivation, they often suffer from food & eating addiction.
This article presents a different approach to what addiction is and its reward mechanism, with an emphasis on strategies to accomplish a successful smoking withdrawal or a drastic reduction.
Autoimmune diseases.
Recovery from rheumatoid arthritis can be achieved using self-healing medicine within 6 - 18 months. Rehabilitation of joint and tendon damage is possible even after many years of suffering.
Type 1 diabetes is not an incurable disease; improving the quality of life of patients is achievable; initiative and courage are required not to follow the course of conventional medicine. The payoff is immense in every sense.
Full recovery from Psoriasis is achievable using self-healing medicine, within 6 - 18 months, even after many years of suffering.
MS & ALS are not incurable diseases. Recovery from MS or ALS is achievable using self-healing medicine. Although not similar, both can be treated with the same self-healing protocols. (With few alterations.)
Although Hashimoto thyroiditis and Graves' disease are seemingly opposite conditions of Thyroid autoimmune diseases; they can be treated with the same self-healing protocols. (With few alterations.)
SLE is characterized by severe outbreaks, but also in prolonged remissions. If one can strengthen the immune system by natural means, the disease will completely disappear while initiating rehabilitation of the damaged tissue.
IgA nephropathy (IgAN) patients are often treated with a misconception that it is an incurable disease! Treatments accordingly are only symptomatic and do not attempt to bring about the patient's recovery.
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