An unhealthy lifestyle (Mental and physical) is the leading cause of chronic diseases. (80% or more). Genetics explains only a tiny part of the failures. (20% or less.)
Chronic inflammation's underlying causes. (Body, Mind, and Spirit.)
Pathogens are not the cause of chronic disease outbreaks but only the triggers.
- In chronic diseases, pathogens are not a cause of the disease but only catalysts that trigger further deterioration. The fundamental cause is always a weak immune system.
Lifestyle vs. Genetics.
- An unhealthy lifestyle (Mental and physical) is the leading cause of chronic diseases. (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 is that the process of cell aging and death is cumulative, while unresolved traumatic events have an immediate and cumulative effect.
- An unhealthy lifestyle reflected in Improper nutrition, high body toxicity, low physical activities, and exposure to the sun, lack of sleep manifests itself in:
- Insufficient flow of body fluids. (Blood, lymph, bile.)
- Gut flora imbalance and parasite overgrowth cause a heavy load on the immune system.
Mind and 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 poor 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.)
- Recovery occurs only when all the causes of the disease (mental & physical) are resolved and eliminated.
- Symptomatic treatments usually cannot cure the patient, as they do not eliminate the disease's causes.