ARE YOU ASTHMATIC OR TOXIC?

BBC

ARE YOU ASTHMATIC OR TOXIC?

Friday, December 10, 2010 | 8:36 am

Virtually any system can be affected [by xenobiotics]. Hypersensitivity to chemicals has been characterised as a backward disease. Instead of a systematic sequence of events resulting in a predictable set of signs and symptoms, it is a systematic sequence of events that results in an apparently random set of symptoms that can differ greatly from victim to victim with time. It is, therefore, not identifiable according to the rules of nosonomy.

Tabor 1986

There are five basic principles in environmental medicine, according to Dr Sherry Rogers, the world authority on the subject quoted earlier.

Total body load explains why reactions vary from day to day, are never the same and can vary from person to person.

Adaptation or masking can occur whereby the body gets ‘used to’ a toxin and adjusts itself for the time being. Meanwhile accumulation proceeds, the body is stressed and somewhere along the line an apparently sudden deterioration occurs.

Biochemical individuality and individual susceptibility mean that no two people will get exactly the same symptoms from the same exposure. Likewise, people with similar symptoms can have different causes.

Bipolarity: stimulation phase followed by a down. The stimulation can be misinterpreted as good and the individual may become addicted to the stimuli. He or she learns to repeat exposure or ingestion in order to avoid the ‘down’ phase, very much like an alcoholic.

The spreading phenomenon, where the pathways used to dispose of a toxin become more overloaded, damaged or depleted, so one becomes more and more sensitive to new factors and to lower doses of the same toxins. The ability to tolerate something decreases.

*23\145\2*

ARE YOU ASTHMATIC OR TOXIC?Virtually any system can be affected [by xenobiotics]. Hypersensitivity to chemicals has been characterised as a backward disease. Instead of a systematic sequence of events resulting in a predictable set of signs and symptoms, it is a systematic sequence of events that results in an apparently random set of symptoms that can differ greatly from victim to victim with time. It is, therefore, not identifiable according to the rules of nosonomy.Tabor 1986There are five basic principles in environmental medicine, according to Dr Sherry Rogers, the world authority on the subject quoted earlier.Total body load explains why reactions vary from day to day, are never the same and can vary from person to person.Adaptation or masking can occur whereby the body gets ‘used to’ a toxin and adjusts itself for the time being. Meanwhile accumulation proceeds, the body is stressed and somewhere along the line an apparently sudden deterioration occurs.Biochemical individuality and individual susceptibility mean that no two people will get exactly the same symptoms from the same exposure. Likewise, people with similar symptoms can have different causes.Bipolarity: stimulation phase followed by a down. The stimulation can be misinterpreted as good and the individual may become addicted to the stimuli. He or she learns to repeat exposure or ingestion in order to avoid the ‘down’ phase, very much like an alcoholic. The spreading phenomenon, where the pathways used to dispose of a toxin become more overloaded, damaged or depleted, so one becomes more and more sensitive to new factors and to lower doses of the same toxins. The ability to tolerate something decreases.*23\145\2*

—admin
(posted in Asthma)

Find this post interesting? Besides commenting below, you can follow responses with the RSS 2.0 feed or
trackback from your own site.

Leave a Comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Entries (RSS) and
Comments (RSS)

NameEmailWebsite

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *