3,000,000 people a year suffer from an accidents like a concussion which relates to traumatic brain injuries. These head injuries come from falls, sports, car accidents, hits on the head, and objects hitting your head. Unless you are hospitalized with a severe head injury, most people ignore the consequences of their head injury. The brain is slammed around inside the skull distorting and altering the way the brain functions and communicates with your body. What can this lead too? What kind of symptoms could tell you that your brain is suffering and needs help?
Let’s look at a brief look at the dynamics of the brain injury to determine what the long term effects are and what needs to be done to begin helping your brain recover as quickly s possible!?
What key factors are affecting the long term health of the brain?
- Physical injuries, car accidents, sports injuries, falls, blows to the head
- Concussion or Traumatic Brain Injury
- Toxic metals poisoning like mercury, aluminum
- Food ingredients like MSG, baking soda, pesticides,
- Environmental toxins like electromagnetic influences,: computers, cell phones, related to
- Drinking water with toxic chemicals and heavy metals
- Improper Diet
- Lack of Exercise and movements.
Dementia, Alzheimer’s are just medical term that are inadequate in describing the whole picture of how your brain was injured and the other environmental effects contributing to the overall picture of developing this degenerative condition. Many doctors describe the condition by detailing the symptoms of the effects of the injury like a concussion or traumatic brain injury. Let’s start at square one and trace this evolution of multiple factors affecting a persons long term health.
Football injuries are in the lime light with the current lawsuits against the NFL in the summer and fall of 2012.
In a foot ball injury the person hit is subjected to a force of a n average 200 lb player traveling 15 mph which equal s a force of approximately 200 X 15 = 3000- 5000 foot pounds of fore hitting the player in his head. This is like a person standing in the road and having a car at 15 mph hit the person’s head! Would you allow that to happen with your head?
Is their any hope for resolving this continued destruction of brain tissue as you get older??
The current treatment mode follows the old pattern of looking to the symptoms of the conditions instead of taking a fresh new look to getting above the problem and discovering new solutions.
“You cannot solve a problem on the same level it was created” Albert Einstein
What are some new ways to look at solving old problems?
Russian research talks about the use of information to contact the healing mechanism that resides in the body as information rather than talk about the anatomy is the only way to work with the body. The Russians are now regenerating different part of the body by going to another level of existence that is not related to the level where the injury occurred.
The Chinese have looked at the body in a totally different way than western medicine has looked at the body and have found many ways to resolve different injuries and conditions that western medicine has not been able to resolve because of there perspective that the body is a physical object and has to be treated only that way.
Eastern philosophy looks at the body as layers of energy which quantum physics has proven that all we really are in energy fields that perform multilayered functions. Our nerve system can trick us into believing that we are solid with the five senses that only gather enough information to make us feel comfortable that we look and feel somewhat solid. Many of you have proven that we are not solid every time you put some cream on your skin and that cream disappears in a few minute below the skin level into the operating systems of your body.
The information level is now being implemented to access levels of healing that heretofore were thought to be unreachable. Does this mean that everyone who has a serious condition can automatically be healed of their condition? Let’s look a little more closely at what is at work in this view of helping the body do what it is capable of doing in healing our bodies every year. What it does means is there are new ways to look at what happens in the body as a result of injuries and how these injuries have altered the very fabric of the way the body operates. By taking a fresh approach to restructuring the basic elements of the bodies ability to rebuild itself, we then begin the process of opening ourselves to new way of accomplishing tasks that were originally considered impossible. Examples: Teeth regeneration, uterus regeneration, foot regeneration and other things claimed by the Russians are normally outside the realm of our current experience. They said the world was flat as little as 400 years ago. They said man would never fly but around 1900 man documented flying. They said we would never go to the moon, but man has gone to the moon many times in the lst forty years. Put aside your bias and prejudice and go to solutions whatever that may entail and allow the creativeness of man’s ingenuity bring forth health that would helps all of us. Now is this type of aligning with health done in one fell swoop or its this a process that has to be understood and guided by someone who understand this new level of regeneration available in the body. Understand this in not something that one person doe to another person. It is the realization that the real healing power resides in each of us but to this point in the evolution of mankind, no one has accessed the true healing powers that reside in each and every one of us without using some form of outside intervention.
Neuroplasiticy is a new field of study of the brain ability to regenerate and build new nerve pathways to replace other pathways that have become damaged or parts of the body that have been damaged and need new nerve input to function properly. The experiment that was done some 35 years ago took monkeys and tied two middle fingers together to determine if the brain cells that controlled that area of the hand would die when the finger of the monkey were sewn together permanently. The results of the experiment was the the brain created new brain cells to circumvent the loss of function of the two fingers being sewn together,.This also happend again when the finger was surgically removed. The brain has the ability to regenerate nerves under certain circumstances dependent on how it it fed and how the stressors are applied to the brain. Is this area the structures to support changes in the body’s architecture and regenerate brain tissue? At the current level of research in this area many good things come out of the use of neuroplasticity but there is still a lot to learn to apply this method to areas of the brain regeneration. There is hope for many who are using the conventional way of dealing with head injuries. Other ways of using neuroplasicty that
the author has found was thru the use of special acupuncture procedures that use prolonged stimulation or sedation to a block of brain activity in a given area of the brain.
Many people believe that Dementia and Alzheimer’s conditions are disease condition and therefore should be treated with chemicals. While other researchers have clearly demonstrated that the brain when given the correct opportunity to rebuild damaged brain cell have been very successful in regenerating damaged tissues. ( reference on Neuroplasticity, regeneration of amputated limbs is now being done in some of the teaching hospitals ( quote) ” a little boy had either a foot or toes cut off in an accident. the child had watched a salamander have it tail cut off and he remembered that if the salamander could regrow a tail then why couldn’t he regrow a FOOT. He is proceed with doing just that. ( need a reference) You may not believe this but your body has been doing this same thing every year since you were born. The body replaces worn out cell and builds new one’s based upon what quality foods you give it to repair with. Every year you replace every cell in your body. What is the difference ? The only difference is scale and over a longer period of time.
The injury is a mechanical change in brains structure, a change in the nerve communication within the brain and your body, a disruption of hormones secreted to control your pancreas, liver, stomach, small intestines, gall bladder your, immune system, and other aspects of your body’s functions, muscle spasms that hinder or restrict normal movements, spinal curves get changed alter proper digestion blood flow and circulation, alters organ and muscle functions; and the list goes on and on including every function your body has can be disrupted by the way the accident creates many internal traumatic brain injuries. . .
” There is a circumstance attending accidental injury which does not belong to disease – namely, that injury has in all cases a tendency to produce the disposition and means to a cure” ( in his book “The Reluctant Surgeon, by John Hunter MD, Double Day & Co. 1960) What does this mean? Traumatic brain injuries occur when there is a collision of an object with the head, brain or body causing internal brain injuries and trauma. You can’t see traumatic brain injuries like a cut on your hand, but you can certainly feel the impact of that trauma in a sports injury or anyone number
The dynamics of the injury affect us in ways most people are not aware of such far reaching effects. The injury affects our emotions, our energy field, the sound that is accompanied by collision of two objects, heat exchanged in the collision, the emotions of the other person as in a football collision what they were thinking about when they collided with the other player, the heat that was exchanged in the inelastic collision, the changes in the acupuncture meridians, and our own personal emotions at the time of the collision. All of these factors play a significant role in how the injury takes shape in our body, mind, and soul.
Picture of back of head torqued, spine twisted, Dowager’s Hump, and he rib cage tongued in the opposite way.
In a brain injury , your pituitary is displaced and becomes dysfunctional creates a n emotional storms that thunders throughout your body creating devastation wherever the brain loses control of your body.
Molecules of Emotion is a landmark work, full of insight and wisdom and possessing that rare power to change the way we see the world and ourselves. Pert’s striking conclusion that it is our emotions and their biological components that establish the crucial link between mind and body does not, however, serve to repudiate modern medicine’s gains; rather, her findings complement existing techniques by offering a new scientific understanding of the power of our minds and our feelings to affect our health and well-being.
Molecules of emotions how they affect the structure of the body once the brain has been injured. ! by Candace B Pert, PH.D., is Research Professor in the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at Georgetown University Medical Centre in Washington DC
Function is structure as structure is function. What some of this means to someone who has been diagnosed with the effects of a concussion that has developed into a term called Dementia or Alzheimer’s which are poor representation of the multifaceted injury pattern that we have been discussing. This type of diagnosis leaves out hundreds of the many effects that have morphed into brain function that is dropping cycle of operation and is called Dementia or Alzheimer’s for lack of a better understanding of what really happened in the collision and subsequent injury to the brain. In fact this is an attempt to take an injury and put it into a category called disease. In “The Reluctant Surgeon,” by John Hunter MD, makes it really clear that the injury is the cause of the effects that are being treated because it has been arbitrarily called a dis-ease instead of the fact that it is a injury and should be treated as such. These effects of the injury are seen after allowing years of neglect about symptoms that were not fully understood and now are being reclassified and a dis – – – ease incorrectly.
Picture of part of the cerebral hemisphere where the injury has penetrated the tissue and becomes brown or black which indicates damaged tissue = change in the fractal part of the brain structure laden with multiple components of the injury.
Talk about the use of ozone, restructuring the charge on the red blood cell so the body adn begin to heal the damaged tissue.
Talk about reconnecting the Pineal , Hypothalamus, and the Pituitary thru a homeopathic rebuild the energetic connections within the brain structure. All healing starts at the energetic level or as some people are aware of at the acupuncture level or the etheric body level. What turns on the body to rebuild= Glandular System. How does theses tops three mater gland providers interface to the three lower glands and still able to steering tehob done>
Talk about the experiments with monkeys hand and the effects this had on the brain building new cells to create a bridge to replace the damaged tissue and functions . this is called neuroplasticity. How does neurpolatisicyt plays a role in helping people with dementia dnand alzeheimers rebuild damaged tissues an brain fucntions.
Talk about the current sources of food taht accordng Thomas Edison the ” ” the physician of the future will interest his client in the prevention of disease with food , exercise and mental attitude. But teh quality of teh food today is worse than teh
What does that quote imply? Traumatic brain injuries occur when there is a collision of an object with the head, brain or body that stresses the body beyond its elastic limit or exceeds its normal range of motion causing damage or dysfunction in the whole body. The brain is a very compact area that has very little tolerance for sudden compressions of internal tissues. Another way to look at the brain is it is very similar to a bowl full of jello. If you were to throw that bowl against the side of a wall the jello would splat spreading out and partially changing it molded structure. . . so when the brain hits the inside of the skull, its internal structure is greatly traumatized changes it shape an it ability to function correctly. This injury then begins the after effects of a traumatic brain injuries which if not corrected will continue to alter brain functions the longer you live. This could mean loss of hearing, memory, making decision, inability to make decision or recognize a loved one. There are hundred of symptoms but the only real cause is the traumatic brain injuries from some accident. causing internal brain damage you can’t see but you can certainly feel the impact of that trauma in a sprots injury or anyone number of different traumas to your brain as listed below.
Have the Source of many Alzheimer’s, Dementia Syndromes been created from undetected Traumatic Brain Injuries?
What are examples of Traumatic Brain Injuries?
Football: Have Old Traumatic Brain Injures Come Back to Haunt You – Dementia, Alzheimer, etc.
Hockey: Have Old Traumatic Brain Injures Come Back to Haunt You – Dementia, Alzheimer!,
Basketball: Have Old Traumatic Brain Injures Come Back to Haunt You – Dementia, Alzheimer, etc
Soccer: Have Old Traumatic Brain Injures Come Back to Haunt You – Dementia, Alzheimer, etc
Car Accidents: Have Old Traumatic Brain Injures Come Back to Haunt You – Dementia, Alzheimer, etc
Falls on your face: Have Old Brain Injures Come Back to Haunt You – Dementia, Alzheimer, etc
Air Bag injuries: Have Old Traumatic Brain Injures Come Back to Haunt You – Dementia, Alzheimer, etc
Falls off horses: Have Old Traumatic Brain Injures Come Back to Haunt You – Dementia, Alzheimer, etc
Fall off Ladders: Have Old Traumatic Brain Injures Come Back to Haunt You – Dementia, Alzheimer, etc
Falls down stairs: Have Old Traumatic Brain Injures Come Back to Haunt You – Dementia, Alzheimer, etc
Construction injuries: Have Old Traumatic Brain Injures Come Back to Haunt You – Dementia, Alzheimer, etc
What can be done about each of these trauma’s to your brain?
The trauma has altered the basic building block of all cells of your body = ENERGY! How much energy does it take to rebuild damaged tissue? According to some researchers, Dr. Jack Richardson, it takes 5 to 7 as much energy to rebuild damaged tissues as it does to rebuild a normal cell. Most people in this country are barely making enough energy to take care of the normal body needs for energy maintenance.
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