Category Archives: A-Z Therapy Guides

Bed Wetting

Causes  Possible factors include, having drinks too closely before going to bed, particularly if these are caffeinated, and not waking in the night due to deep sleep. The bladder could be overactive or not able to cope with the amount of urine produced. Children who wet the bed may not be getting enough attention or […]

Autism

Autism is a spectrum disorder that affects different people to varying degrees and includes Asperger’s syndrome and Kanner’s syndrome (early infantile autism).    Causes  This condition can be triggered by dietary factors, immune dysfunctions, injections, electromagnetic radiation and toxins. Those with autism often have chronic infections which damage the brain and immune system and can include […]

Asthma

Asthma can be divided into two categories: extrinsic, which is triggered by an allergic reaction and intrinsic, which is induced by other factors including chemicals and exercise.    Causes  Genetics and environmental factors are both involved in the development of asthma. Severe dehydration leads to excess histamine production, causing bronchial spasms. Stress on an already weak […]

Arthritis

There are four key types of arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, primary osteoarthritis, secondary osteoarthritis and gout.    Causes  The main culprits for this condition are wear and tear, animal-based diets, severe dehydration, chronic vitamin D deficiency and unbalanced gut flora. Animal-based diets can be to blame because of the heavy metals, toxins, hormones, fats and cholesterol that […]

Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety is a key symptom of multiple disorders including Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder/Syndrome (PTSD/S) and schizophrenia.    Causes  Some anxiety disorders seem to stem from a single past traumatic event but most are caused by a combination of factors. Contributory elements can include low histamine, zinc or […]

Alzheimer’s and Dementia

Alzheimer’s and Dementia are both examples of degenerative neurological conditions.     Causes  Lack of mental stimulation, dehydration, malnutrition, salt deficiency and toxins are all potential contributory factors. There is also the possibility of poisoning from mercury, aluminium, lead, cadmium and copper. Given that nerve cells stop working when they are starved of oxygen, lack of blood […]

Allergies

Causes  Some allergies are hereditary, while others are acquired. Acquired allergies usually occur as a result of a weak immune system, which can be caused by inadequate nutrition, stress or dehydration. An allergic response occurs when a person becomes in contact with an allergen through inhalation, food or their environment.    Symptoms  An inflammatory response is […]

ADHD

Causes  Contributory factors can include inadequate nutrition and severe dehydration as these disturb the digestive system, insulin and blood sugar levels. Stress and blockage that occurs after vaccination can impact strongly on the metabolism, leading to restlessness and difficulties concentrating. A lack of vitamins, namely B-3, B-6 (niacin), biotin, zinc and magnesium, can prevent the […]

Addictions

Causes  Stress caused by financial or emotional problems can lead to a person smoking and abusing drugs and alcohol as an escape. If this happens repeatedly, becoming a pattern of behaviour, an addiction can be established, causing the person to crave the substance. Also, if a person has a weakened immune system, they may be suffering from […]

Acne

There are three main types of acne: Acne vulgaris – the most common form Acne conglobata – a severe form Acne rosacea – the form that affects middle age people Causes Acne is usually caused by an excess of secreted oils on the skin and keratin blocking the pores as a result of increased testosterone levels. Other […]