To achieve health and wellness, we need to take care of our health or our ill mental health causes dis-ease in our body which leads to disease.
If something is wrong in the mind or spirit it has a direct influence in creating something wrong in the body. Ill Mental Health Causes Dis-ease.
Mental Health Causes Dis-ease, that may lead to Disease – When Research is Irreproducible:
Irreproducible research poses an enormous burden. An unpublished 2015 survey by the American Society of Cell Biology found that more than two-thirds of respondents had on at least one occasion been unable to reproduce the published results. Biomedical researchers from drug companies have reported that one-quarter or fewer of high-profile papers are reproducible. Mental Health research falls into this category too.
The Original Royal Society Scientist’s Motto:
The Royal Society’s motto ‘Nullius in verba’ is taken to mean ‘take nobody’s word for it’. It is an expression of the determination of Fellows to withstand the domination of authority and to verify all statements by an appeal to facts determined by experiment. Today, the history of that motto shown on The Royal Society’s written history page
However, just how true are the facts determined by experiment? In an article called Lies, Damned Lies, and Medical Science, David H. Freedman writes about how it has been proven how experiments are able to end up giving false data, and how that affects how we are treated in health. Read the article here…
So What Should We Do?
It would seem that the best way to go is to look at [Research] all possibilities and then consult with your health practitioner. Research what (s)he tells you – then decide what you think is best for you. Your health practitioner can monitor you and the results if you wanted to test your own theories.
When all is said and done, you are the one responsible for your health.
Quote “A wise man ought to realize that health is his most valuable possession and learn how to treat his illnesses by his own judgment. “Unquote ~Hippocrates
Have stress or tension and wherever that stress or tension is in your body, that part of your body will react accordingly. In some cases, the reaction goes straight to a weak part of your body. If you then ignore that reaction, your body will send you a bigger message and bigger still, if you continue to ignore the tension we cause ‘ill mental health causes dis-ease’ which ends up long term causing us disease. This may be through many different channels.
If you smoke and it stresses your lungs… arteries… heart… You will get warning signals like perhaps you notice you are short of breath, or you get bronchitis which takes longer to get rid of…. Keep smoking and your body will send a stronger message, like a stroke, cardiovascular disease, emphysema or lung cancer. It can also affect your sex life. All addictions will bring their own side effects. These things then in turn also affect your mental health.
In other people stress may affect their Gut, and cause Irritable Bowel Syndrome or worse still escalate into Crohn’s or colitis. Migraine headaches, Insomnia, Psoriasis (or other skin problems). Stuttering can be a stress-related problem. Other reactions can include anxiety, panic, fingernail biting, hair falling out or pulling out, muscle spasms, blood pressure and more. The beginnings may have been mild anxiety, or your heart beating a bit faster, concerns about being in a crowded place etc. It is the Universal Energy giving you a nudge, telling you something needs your attention. If you ignore the nudge, it becomes more chronic until you can no longer ignore the now major nudges.
Some people may avoid the body illnesses but go into equally disturbing symptoms such as over or under eating, gambling, alcohol, depression, fears and phobia, marijuana or harder drugs. This can ruin relationships and leave you feeling very alone and unsupported. So now we have a compulsive obsessive disorder to endeavour to make us feel better, and of course is a mental health issue taken on by a different form.
Many of our problems come from the past and we have never released the emotional blockages or habit patterns that are still housed in our body and mind from earlier happenings in life. That causes mental health issues which in turn causes dis-ease(s) which can turn to disease if not removed early enough.
Sometimes it can be the after-effects from sexual abuse, the loss of someone or a bad marriage, domestic violence or whatever… leaving us with anger, guilt, shame and more. If the emotions have not been dealt with, this causes us problems too. In the old days we used to call it ‘collecting trading stamps’, today it might be more relevant to call it ‘frequent flyer points’ or some other ‘flyer’ points. You collect all those feelings and emotions over and over again until eventually you ‘cash them all in’ in the form of a crisis rather than an award, the crisis causing you mental health issues that may have been avoided.
This can lead to low self-esteem and stop us from achieving.
If you suffer from any of the above or other symptoms not mentioned, then hypnosis may be just the thing you need to be able to help you to release these blockages and/or habits to gain control back into your life. Click here to read: How does it work?
Suicide is often a taboo subject.
Over a five year period from 2009 to 2013, the average number of suicide deaths per year was 2,461. In 2013, 1,885 males (16.4 per 100,000) and 637 females (5.5 per 100,000) died by suicide, a total of 2,522 deaths (10.9 per 100,000), which equates to an average of 6.9 deaths by suicide in Australia each day.
However, this mental health figure can be under-reported. The British Medical Journal shows systematic review and meta-analyses based on clinical study reports on ‘Suicidality and Aggression During Antidepressant Treatment’ that this is so, as well as the affects antidepressant treatment have on younger people.
The great tragedy is that for most people a suicidal crisis passes once they get help. But how do you convince someone who believes their life is no longer worth living that things will get better? The family of Sydney woman Nellie Bishop, who in 1923 jumped from the gap and survived, hope her remarkable story might do just that.
Warning: Always check with your medical practitioner that there is no underlying pathological disease before embarking on any therapy.
“Diseases are crises of purification, of toxic elimination.
Symptoms are the natural defenses of the body.
We call them diseases, but in fact they are the cure of diseases.”
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