Ultimate controlling

Read what my friends from U.S. are telling:

"The People" have had enough apparently!

An "insider" revealed today that the "World of Medicine" is scamming people - and even worse: with the help of "law-makers!"

It seems that "money" (as usual) has blinded doctors and medical practitioners to the degree that they are now willingly *suppressing* the truth regarding cancer - its control, management, and even its cure!

That's right: "cure!"


And what should shock you even more:

It seems that it's against the law to say the word "cure" when describing anything that actually cures you.

Yet it's very much okay to say that something "treats" or helps "offset" the symptoms of some health condition or disease.

But if you say "cure" (and even including when you in fact have a real and bona fide cure for something and can even prove it!) you can get arrested.

Ever wonder why we have a "healthcare" industry and not a "healthcure" industry?

It's simply because no one's out to "cure" anyone because there's little money in doing so.


Instead, keeping you sick and marginally pain-free is all anyone's really out to do for you these days - as doing so means you being "forced" to buy all the same drugs over and over again, and again, and ... (you get the point!)

Of course, if a cure came along it would mean you buy it one time, and then you're cured - and that's that (over and done!)

But a number of doctors, philanthropists, and just plain old "good folks" armed with "real answers" and "real solutions" are stepping up and are NOT afraid of "Uncle Big-Bully Brother!"


One courageous fellow by the name of Melford Bibens, CPT, is doing exactly this, as he's helped many people overcome "naturally" the dreaded disease of Cancer!

Not only that, but Melford has lectured and personally helped individuals beat the disease to the point that proven sufferers have actually gotten re-diagnoses as "no longer having the disease at all!" (Something that's pretty much always been ruled out as a possibility altogether! - and now which may even be against the law!)

But it's not certain how long Melford will be allowed to do this because "Uncle Sambo" has actually started using "Gestapo" tactics whereby people and businesses truly offering "cures" have been raided with masked armed police who even go to the point of forcing customers in the stores to get down on the floor at gunpoint!

So, if you're wise and want to find out about this while it's still possible for you to do so, then just visit this link now:




Do not panic

Panic attacks and anxiety can be emotionaly crippling. They can affect your everyday life. It is when fear is unbearable and you do not know what are you afraid of. It affects your family, because they do not understand wtah is wrong.
How to cope?

Refocus your mind. You need distractions. Beginn to sing or phone your friend. Find the best distraction type for yound keep doing them whenever needed.

The very good thing you can do for your panic disorder is exercise,
Even a regular walking program will help. It is not miracle and it takes time before you see results but it does work.

If leaving the house is a problem for you then I suggest a stationary bike, an exercise video, etc.

Even better than exercise is some form of relaxation. For somebody it is prayer. Perhaps for you a relaxation tape or meditation.Employ it. It is wonderful.

Panic disorder is greatly increased with use of alcohol and caffeine. So, it recommended to eliminate, or, at the very least, cut down on these things.

Overeating in general can add to your symptoms.

If you realize you are thirsty you are already wwll on your waz to dehydratation.
Dehydratation wreaks havoc on the body in many ways including panic. I suggest at least 8 glasses of plain water a day.

Anyway, it is highly recommended a complete physical. There are many diseases that mimic panic disorders and they are very treatable.

If you suffer from hypoglycemic, this can be treated by going on a hypoglemic diet.
Nutrition-Behaviour Inventory is a pencil-and-paper test for assessing the influence of nutrition on psychological symptoms of behaviour.
But medication is a last ditch effort. For some it is a miracle "cure". For others , it is their worst nightmare. Medication by itself is never the answer. It can helpful on a short time basis, along with therapy.

A good therapist my be essential. He can teach you many coping techniques that will help you through the really hard times.

You can try that one.

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It gets you into your inner issues. It is not perfect by any means but it is a pretty good and might be a help for you until the ultimate system for curing comes along.
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Low blood pressure

Low blood presure, also called HYPOTENSION, would seem to be something to strive for.
However, for many people, how blood pressure can cause symptoms of dizziness and fainting or mean that they have serious heart, endocrine or neurological disorders.

There is no specific number at which day-to-day blod pressure is considered too low, as long as no symptoms of trouble are present.
Blood pressure lower then 120/80 mm Hg is considered normal. Within certain limits, the lower your blood pressure reading is, the better.Blood pressure reading of 90 mm of mercury or less systolic or 60 mm or less diastolic blod pressure is generaly considered low blood pressure.

The causes of low blood pressure can range from dehydration to problems with the way your brain signals your heart to pump blood. Low blood pressure is treatable, but it is important to find out what is causing your condition so that it can be properly terated.

Severely low blood pressure can deprive the brain and other vital organs of oxygen and nutriens, leading to a life threatening condition called shock.

Most doctors consider chronically low blood pressure dangerous only if it causes noticable signs and symptoms, such as:

- dizziness or lightheadedness
- fainting /called syncope/
- dehydratation and unusual thirst
- lack of concentration
- blurred vision
- nausea
- cold, clammy, pail skin
- rapid, shallow breathing
- fatigue
- depression

As long as no symptoms are present,low blood pressure is not a problem. However if your blood pressure is normally higher or if you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed above, your low pressure may have an underlying cause.

Dehydratation can sometimes cause blood pressure to drop. However, dehydratation does not mean automatically signal low blood pressure. Fever, vomiting, severe diarrhea, overuse of diuretics and strenuous exercise can all lead to dehydratation, a potentially serious condtition in which your boidy loses more water than you take in. Even mild dehydratation can cause weakness, dizzines and fatigue.

What if you notice a sudden decline in your blood pressure?

A single lower-than-normal reading is not cause for alarm if you are not experiencing any other symptoms or problems. However, a sudden drop in blood pressure - even a change of just 20 mm Hg - can cause dizzinis or fainting. Sometimes a rapid decrease in blood pressure can indicate an underlying problems such as:

uncontrolled bleeding
severe infections
allergic reaction
postural hypotension
This occurs for some people when standing from a sitting or prone position.

When to see Your health care professional?

If you experience any dizziness or lightheadednees, it is a good idea to consult with your healthcare provider.


Your heart

As a person ages, the heart undergoes subbtle physiologic changes,
even in the absence of disease.

The muscles of the aged heart may relax less completely between beats,
as a result the pumping chambers become stiffer and may work less
efficiently, especially if special cardiac diseases are present.

In old age, the heart may also not pump as vigorously or as effectively as it once did.

The older heart also becomes less responsive to adrenaline and cannot increase the strength or rate of its contractions during excercise to the same extent it could in youth. The heart just can t get enough blood out to muscles to supply them with adequate oxygen.

The decline is not likely to be of great importance, but when another condition affects the heart, these age-related changes may compound
the problem or its treatment.

The vascular system, too, experiences gradual changes over the decades.

Taking care of your heart starts with a healthy heart diet.

Another way to reduce your risk is to develop an exercise program.

It is also very important to make lifestyle changes.

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