Innate healing enhancement in anxiety disorders and MCS

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Author: Paul Yanick, Jr.
Date: Oct. 2004
From: Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients(Issue 255)
Publisher: The Townsend Letter Group
Document Type: Article
Length: 3,359 words

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Common environmental chemicals, solvents and fumes, allergens, and mycotoxins injure and damage the liver's triphasic detoxification system, thereby lowering cell-medicated immune functions and inhibiting innate healing mechanisms. The inhibition of innate healing causes toxins to be stored throughout the body where they activate prolonged inflammation. Plus, when toxins carry a positive charge, they are impossible to remove from the body with current methods of detoxification or chelation. The resultant ionic toxicity, followed by acidity, is found in anxiety disorders and treatment-resistant disorders such as Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS). MCS is a multi-systematic and multi-symptomatic illness causing a wide variety of symptoms and damage to the organism. Upon a chemical exposure, many patients experience anxiety or panic attacks and a wide array of head and bodily symptoms. New clinical techniques are needed to address interferences and stressors underlying anxiety and MCS. If innate healing is deficient in these cases, it seems reasonable that optimizing cellular energy cycles and removing the segmented interferences of stress may help to speed up repair routines to minimize suffering and organ damage.

In addition to the abnormal accumulation of toxins with a positive ionization potential, new toxic solvents in body care products (synthetic fragrances) continue to emerge. Widespread food irradiation practices has introduced irradiated pesticides, plastics and toxins with positive ionization causing alarming increases in MCS, allergic and anxiety disorders. Many MCS patients have instant panic attacks within seconds after an exposure to solvents. As one would expect, disorders of this nature involve a depletion and/or damage to the liver's detoxification functions and inhibition in energy flow via the meridians. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is well known that an excess of gall bladder or liver energy will cause anxiety. Since the liver is the frontline of all immune defenses, functional deficiencies in liver performance and detoxification allows microbial agents to bypass immune surveillance and defense routines. This causes cyclic and deep-rooted infections which produce endotoxins that induce and promote inflammation in the gastroduodenal juncture, a critical area for both digestion and detoxification. Could it be that duodenitis (1,2) caused by positive ionization and hidden biofilms, is the central factor underling most anxiety and MCS disorders?

In previous publications, I have introduced novel methods of tri-phasic liver detoxification that address duodenitis, (1,2) and also presented new perspectives on the causative factors involved with MCS, allergies, and prolonged inflammation. (3-10) More recently, I presented new molecular strategies to strengthen the liver's tri-phasic detoxification system with nutra-botanical solutions to help the immune system combat overlooked, hidden, or treatment-resistant microbes. (11) In addition, I clarified how the body's ground regulation system (GRS) or extracellular matrix, named the DNA-Meridian Interface, and brain proprioceptive feedback, are primary components of all innate healing responses. (22,23)

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Yanick, Paul, Jr. "Innate healing enhancement in anxiety disorders and MCS." Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients, no. 255, 2004, p. 144+. Accessed 18 Jan. 2021.

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