Contents “Step-By-Step Self-Healing Guide”

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P1. Terminology

P1.1. The art of healing

Р1.2. The medicine of self-healing is very effective

Р2. The problem with modern medicine

Р3. Functional medicine

Р3.1. Goals, principles, and methods of healing

Р3.2. How functional medicine works

Р3.3. Functional medicine began to develop actively at the beginning of the 1990s

Р4. Comments and opinions of famous scientists, doctors, and healers

Р5. The foundations of healing – principles and rules of Hippocratic medicine

  • How does disease occur?
  • What can healers do?
  • What should patients do?
  • The body’s restorative and self-healing abilitie

Р6. The dangers of pharmaceutical treatment

Р7. Readers’ testimonies and recovery stories (2008-2016)

P7.1. Letters from various readers

P7.2. Main conclusions from general analysis of treatment records

Р7.2.1. List of disturbances/obstacles to the normal functioning of the human body that occur in the course of “normal” everyday life

Р7.2.2. List of disturbances/obstacles to the normal functioning of the human body that occur due to individual bad habits

Р7.2.3. List of urgent changes, organizational practices and actions for successful recovery/healing

P.8. How to use this book


Section 1: Introduction

1.1. You need to love and care for your body

1.2. You should always be examining the condition of your body

1.3. How this book differs from hundreds of other health manuals

1.4. A message to the reader from the authors


Section 2: Symptoms of health problems, conditions and diseases caused by substance deficiencies and disturbances in the body that hinder functionality

2.1. Substance (nutrient) deficiencies in the body

2.2. Disturbances and obstacles to the functioning of the body’s organs and systems

2.3. Symptoms of health problems, medical conditions, and diseases

2.4. Summary


Section 3: Useful knowledge about the main substances required for the normal functioning of the human body

3.1. Vitamins and vitamin-like substances

3.1.1. The properties of vitamins and their main natural sources

3.1.2. Therapeutic properties of vitamins

3.1.3. The antioxidant effect of vitamins

3.1.4. Essential doses of vitamins (see Table 2)

3.1.5. Synthetic and natural vitamins

3.1.6. Reasons for the occurrence of vitamin deficiencies in the body (see Table 3)

3.2. Macro- and microelements

3.2.1. The function of minerals and their main natural sources (see Tables 4 and 5)

3.2.2. Recommended doses of macro- and microelements (see Table 4)

3.2.3. Mineral deficiencies in the body (see Table 5)

3.2.4. The therapeutic properties of macro- and microelements (see Table 9)

3.3. Amino acids

3.3.1. Important and essential amino acids (see Table 7)

3.3.2. Natural sources of amino acids (see Table 7)

3.3.3. Amino acid deficiencies (see Table 7)

3.3.4. The therapeutic properties of amino acids (see Tables 7 and 9)

3.4. Beneficial fatty acids

3.4.1. The properties of beneficial fatty acids (see Table 8)

3.4.2. The properties of essential fatty acids

3.4.3. Therapeutic use of essential fatty acids

3.4.4. The balance of essential fatty acids in the body

3.4.5. The effects of a deficiency of omega-3 essential fats

3.4.6. Recommendations for taking essential fatty acids

3.5. Eliminating and preventing the occurrence of substance deficiencies

3.5.1. General recommendations

3.5.2. Examples of how to use foods and remedies to eliminate deficiencies or prevent their occurrence

3.6. Summary


Section 4: Dehydration – insufficient water in the body

4.1. The consequences of insufficient water in the body

4.2. Signs of insufficient water in the body

4.3. Structured water

4.4. How to use drinking water

4.5. The known disadvantage of various drinks

4.6. The therapeutic properties of clean water

4.7. Silver water

4.8. Health drinks


Section 5: Incorrect breathing

5.1. Characteristics of the breathing process

5.2. Identifying incorrect breathing processes

5.3. How to correct, regulate, and sustain breathing processes

5.4. Breathing exercises

5.5. Concern for the quality of inhaled air

5.5.1. The requirements that inhaled air must meet

5.5.2. Some general recommendations

5.6. Breathing exercises as first aid


Section 6: Lack of exercise

6.1. The muscles are an independent organ

6.2. Signs of insufficient physical exercise

6.3. Lack of exercise does immense damage

6.4. Restoration of the body’s muscles

6.5. Physical exercise and working out is vital for everybody today

6.6. What to do for physical exercise and training

6.7. Physical exercise and workouts as an effective therapy

6.8. Physical exercises as first aid

Section 7: Pollution of the body

7.1. How the body gets polluted

7.2. Symptoms of body pollution

7.3. How to detoxify the body

7.4. Restoration and activation of the body’s detoxification capabilities

7.5. Methods of gentle detoxification

7.5.1. Restoring the function of the skin

7.5.2. Physical exercise

7.5.3. Massage

7.5.4. Fasting

7.5.5. Baths and steam baths

7.5.6. Special diets

7.5.7. Detoxifying honey products

7.5.8. Detox remedies and infusions


Section 8: Parasites in the body

8.1. Almost 95% of people have parasitic organisms living in their bodies

8.2. Symptoms of parasitic infection

8.3. Getting rid of parasites

8.4. A few recipes to destroy parasites


Section 9: Disturbances to gut microflora (dysbiosis)

9.1. The invisible organ

9.2. The correct composition of gut microflora

9.3. The benefits of well-balanced microflora

9.4. Dysbiosis

9.5. The causes of dysbiosis

9.6. Signs of disturbances to gut microflora

9.7. What can be done?

9.8. A plan of action to deal with dysbiosis

9.9. Various recommendations for the preparation of remedies (infusions, dishes, and mixtures)

9.10. Summary


Section 10: Mistakes in diet

10.1. A proper, varied, balanced and nutritious diet

10.2. Organizing your diet

10.3. Species-appropriate diet

10.4. Cholesterol and diet

10.5. Food allergies

10.6. Dangerous foods

10.7. Preparing food

10.8. Dietary regime and mealtimes

10.9. Food as medicine


Section 11: “Brain junk” or mistakes in thinking

11.1. Your psycho-emotional state

11.2. The power of thought

11.2.1. Suggestion

11.2.2. Placebo and nocebo effects

11.3. The body under stress

11.4. Negative emotions

11.5. The consequences of brain junk

11.6. Recommendations for ridding your conscious and subconscious of negative thinking

11.6.1. Eliminating disturbances to the functioning of the body’s organs and systems

11.6.2. Always try to think more

11.6.3. Take more opportunities to feel happiness and pleasure

11.6.4. Have a positive attitude to life and to yourself

11.6.5. Have more sympathy for yourself

11.6.6. Fight laziness

11.6.7. Put your goals, tasks, and wishes in order of importance

11.6.8. Learn to control your negative emotions and prevent them from taking root

11.6.9. Make time to meditate every day

11.6.10. Get rid of constant stress

11.6.11. Maintain correct thinking and don’t lose your composure when you fall ill

11.6.12. The importance of laughter

11.6.13. Always try to be a happy person

11.7. Medicinal plants and honey products to cleanse the mind and subconscious

11.8. Sample recipes for simple homemade remedies to bring order to the mind and prepare for healing and healthiness


Section 12: Excessive levels of acidity within the body (acidosis)

12.1. The body’s acid-base balance

12.2. The shift of the acid-base balance in favor of acidity

12.3. The consequences of acidification in the body

12.4. What happens when there’s too much acid in the body

12.5. How to improve the situation

12.6. The steps that can be taken


Section 13: Low stomach acid (hypoacidity)

13.1. The properties of stomach acid

13.2. The consequences of hypoacidity

13.3. Symptoms of hypoacidity

13.4. Causes of low gastric juice acidity

13.5. How to increase the acidity of your gastric juices


Section 14: Muscle tension, muscle spasms, and pinched nerves

14.1. The causes of muscle tension and spasms

14.2. The pinching of nerves by muscles and ligaments

14.3. Getting rid of tension and muscle spasms

14.4. Recommendations for preventing the occurrence of muscle spasms


Section 15: Poor circulation and pinched blood vessels

15.1. Causes, symptoms and consequences of poor circulation

15.2. What to do and how to act

15.3. Examples of treatment of many diseases through the restoration of blood supply without using medication or treatment methods


Section 16: Excess weight and obesity

16.1. The causes of obesity

16.2. Obesity is dangerous for your health

16.3. Recommendations for losing excess weight and reducing obesity

16.3.1. General guidelines

16.3.2. Preparing to lose weight

16.3.3. Diet therapy Table 18: Medicinal plants that help the body with obesity Drinks Dietary advice

16.3.4. Apitherapy

16.3.5. Physical exercise

16.3.6. A dietary regime that accords with your body’s physiology

16.4. Remedies for obesity made with medicinal plants, vegetables, fruits, and honey


Section 17: Sleep disorders

17.1. Why we need sleep

17.2. An overview of the causes of sleep disorders

17.3. Why sleep disorders are dangerous

17.4. The body begins to prepare for sleep long before bedtime

17.5. Conditions that are essential for healthy sleep

17.5.1. The body must have all vital substances

17.5.2. Sleep should be peaceful and undisturbed

17.5.3. Bedroom temperature should be 16-18oС

17.5.4. The body should not be suffering from tension or spasms

17.5.5. Before going to bed, induce a passive state in your body

17.5.6. Free your mind of all worries and psychological problems

17.5.7. Create the right conditions for synthesis of the sleep-regulating hormone melatonin

17.5.8. Maintain a consistent ritual for going to bed

17.5.9. Prepare your body properly for sleep

17.6. Recommendations for overcoming difficulty getting to sleep

17.7. If you have problems getting back to sleep after waking during the night

17.8. How to wake up properly

17.9. How long you should sleep

17.10. Recommendations to combat drowsiness

17.11. Sleep is one of the most important indicators of health

17.12. Sleep is the best healer

17.13. Eliminating sleep disorders

17.14. Remedies for insomnia

17.15. Medicinal plants, foods, and bee products that help with sleep disorders

17.16. Examples of effective remedies for sleep disorders taken from traditional folk medicine


Section 18: Disturbances to the body’s physiological biorhythms – desynchronosis

18.1. Rhythms in the human body

18.2. Universal ultradian rhythm with a period of 90–120 minutes

18.3. Disturbances to synchronization of rhythms

18.4. What can be done to rectify desynchronosis


Section 19: Weak and compromised immune system – immunodeficiency

19.1. What is the immune system?

19.2. How the immune system’s defenses are structured

19.3. What weakens and suppresses the immune system?

19.4. Some symptoms of a compromised immune system

19.5. Getting rid of immunodeficiencies and improving the functioning of the immune system

19.5.1. What you need to do

19.5.2. Maintain a full and balanced diet and rectify and substance deficiencies

19.5.3. Regulate your water intake

19.5.4. Ensure that you are breathing properly

19.5.5. Detoxify your body

19.5.6. Regulate gut microflora

19.5.7. Regulate the acid-base balance in your body

19.5.8. Maintain the main ultradian rhythms, especially the rhythm of work and rest 19.5.9. Get sufficient sleep

19.5.10. Take sufficient physical exercise

19.5.11. Activate your immune system

19.5.12. Reduce psycho-emotional strain

19.5.13. Reduce stress levels

19.5.14. Training your immune system

19.5.15. Correct faults in the functioning of your immune system

19.5.16. Use special products to boost your immune system

19.5.17. Employ phytotherapy

19.5.18. Remedies made with medicinal plants and honey products


Section 20: ”Helpless” brain

20.1. Why the brain is “helpless” what it’s missing

20.2. Ways to restore the proper functioning of the brain

20.3. What harms the brain?

20.3.1. Various factors cause damage to the brain

20.3.2. Symptoms of impaired brain function

20.4. How to help your brain regain its lost powers

20.4.1. Detoxification

20.4.2. Ridding the brain of negativity

20.4.3. Supply of vital nutrients

20.4.4. Supply of clean water

20.4.5. Supply of energy

20.4.6. Restoration of hormone balance

20.4.7. Increase synthesis of the most important neuromediators

20.5. Get rid of inflammation

20.6. Medicinal plants, fruits, vegetables, and spices with an anti-inflammatory effect

20.7. Maintain the stability of the blood-brain barrier

20.8. Improve circulation in the brain

20.9. Get rid of functional disturbances in the body

20.10. Getting rid of excess stress

20.11. Maintaining and enhancing brain plasticity

20.12. Activating and accelerating the synthesis of new neurons

20.12.1. What impedes or blocks neurogenesis?

20.12.2. Means of inducing the formation of new neurons

20.12.3. Neurogenesis diet

20.12.4. Brief conclusions

20.13. Increasing the lifespan of the neurons you have

20.14. “Treatment” (physiological regeneration) of retired incapacitated neurons

20.15. Synchronizing the functioning of both hemispheres

20.16. Physical exertion

20.17. Intellectual exercises

20.18. Training with the help of everyday life

20.19. Creating stores for the brain

20.20. Constant dietary intake of particularly necessary products

20.21. Brief conclusion


Section 21: Disruptions to self-regeneration and self-healing

21.1. A brief description of the powers and capabilities of our bodies

21.1.1. The human body is the heir to animal kingdom

21.1.2. The human body has self-healing capabilities

21.1.3. The human body has the power of the plant world at its disposal

21.1.4. The body has its own internal doctor

21.1.5. The tools and healing methods available to the internal doctor The knowledge and assistance of the mighty subconscious Epigenetic activation and suppression of gene expression Epigenetic foods Targeted neurogenesis The internal pharmacy and factory for synthesizing substances

21.2. What prevents the body from healing itself?

21.3. How to launch and activate the processes of restoration and self-healing

21.3.1. Bring order to your body

21.3.2. How to engage the subconscious in healing the body

21.3.3. Specially organized thoughts

21.3.4. Emotional freedom technique (EFT)

21.3.5. Special natural epigenetic substances or correctors Specially treated phytotherapy remedies Specially treated apitherapy remedies Apiphytotherapy – mixing plants and bee products

21.3.6. Fasting

21.3.7. Massage of brain structures

21.3.8. Eating epigenetic foods

21.3.9. Stimulating neurogenesis

21.3.10. Brief conclusion


Section 22: Subconscious indifference

22.1. The development of indifference in the body

22.2. Getting rid of indifference

22.2.1. External influence (replacement therapy)

22.2.2. Regular special physical exercises

22.2.3. Very decisive action by the sufferer

22.2.4. Hypoxic stress

22.2.5. Gaining a clear goal


Section 23: Conclusion

23.1. Everybody needs to take care of their health

23.2. The basis and principles of the medicine of self-healing


List of tables

Table 1:

Symptoms of health problems, medical conditions, and diseases in the body. Disturbances and barriers to the functioning of organs and systems, and the restorative and healing powers of the body

Table 2:

Recommended daily allowances, therapeutic doses, and some key sources of vitamins and vitamin-like substances

Table 3:

Key functions of vitamins and vitamin-like substances in the body. Plants, fruits, and vegetables particularly rich in each substance

Table 4:

Recommended daily allowances, therapeutic doses, and some key sources of macro- and microelements

Table 5:

Key functions of macro- and microelements in the body. Plants, fruits, and vegetables particularly rich in each substance

Table 6:

The body’s daily requirement for amino acids

Table 7:

The main effects of macro- and microelements in the body, with plants, fruits, vegetables, and other foods particularly rich in each substance

Table 8:

Beneficial unsaturated fatty acids, their main functions and therapeutic effects, with some natural sources

Table 9:

Selected health problems, conditions and diseases that can be treated with vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and fats

Table 10:

Medicinal plants that clean the different organs and systems of the body

Table 11:

Medicinal plants that remove different toxins from the body

Table 12:

A list of anti-worm and anti-parasite plants and honey products

Table 13:

A list of various plants and honey products that help with disturbances to gut microflora

Table 14:

Medicinal plants and honey products to cleanse the mind and subconscious

Table 15:

List of plants and foods that acidify the body

Table 16:

List of plants and foods that alkalize the body

Table 17:

Possible pains and other consequences of pinched nerves and blood vessels due to muscle tension and spasms at different vertebrae

Table 18:

Medicinal plants that help the body with obesity

Table 19:

Medicinal plants, foods, and bee products that help with sleep disorders

Table 20:

Medicinal plants that help the immune system


Table 21:

Proven pharmacological properties of bee products

Table 22:

Medicinal plants, fruits, vegetables, and spices with an anti-inflammatory effect

Table 23:

Medicinal plants that prevent the occurrence and development of health problems and diseases




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