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The Psychosomatic Endocrine Stress Response.
(An Excerpt From The e-Book: “10 Steps To A Super-strong Immune System”.

The stress-provoked psychosomatic endocrine influence in the onset of rigidity autoimmune symptoms, and the subsequent medical diagnosis of “a disease” (PD, MS, Diabetes, MSA, ALS, COPD, & at least 17 others), is a subject I feel, needs far more investigation into the psychosomatic physiological response to grief and loss, and subsequent physical breakdown, as a primary cause. The moment I began to investigate these subjects, back in the year 2000, was the moment I began to understand “how” I could get many advanced patients of these diseases out of wheelchairs and into remission, in only 4 to 14 days. (Those who had no permanent damage to their spine and were willing to work with me in a success-driven partnership, and were motivated to “earn” remission, were the ones who succeeded.) 

The very first thing I did, was to investigate all stressful events experienced within a 3 to 6 year period preceding the onset of a patients very first symptom. Then, I searched to see if I could discover a psychosomatic stress transference, into one side of the body or the other, by massaging specific muscles and nerve trigger points to look for nerve blockages at: – (1) the left & right Trapezius muscles, (2) the left and right Suboccipital muscles, (3) the left and right Semispinalis Capitis muscles, (3) the left and right Splenius Capitis, (4) the left and right Splenius Cervicis, (6) the left and right Sternocleidomastoid, (7) the left and right Erector spinae, (8) the left and right Rectus Abdominis, (8) the left and right Iliopsoas, (9) the left and right Oblique, (10) the left and right Quadratus Lumborum muscles. 

According to my assessment of blocked nerves in these 10 muscle groups (and any supportive muscles secondary to these 10), I first took a guess at which of the two main stress hormones (Cortisol or Noradrenaline), each patient was releasing in excess, into his/her system, and using Jensen Iridology, I looked at the endocrine stress indicators in the eye iris of the left and right eyes, to help confirm my conclusions. (Many practitioners give little or no credence to, even the use of “Bernard Jensen” Iridology, which is the most scientifically researched, but time and again, in the assessment of endocrine release in a psychosomatic response, I have been able to confirm if a patient is releasing more cortisol than noradrenaline to allow me to design a more effective treatment.) — This is one of the reasons I have been able to get the quick significant success you can see in my “before” and “after” patient videos. Without using these body-sign stress indicators, it would be impossible for me to help some patients achieve recovery in only 4 to 14 days.