Assessing Human Health-Correlation of Autoimmune Diseases with Chemically Suppressed Acute Infections of Patient’s Past Medical History
-Spiros Kivellos, Seema Mahesh and George Vithoulkas
The application of the concepts of Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI) and those correlating the suppression of acute diseases with simultaneous emergence of chronic conditions opens up new horizons in understanding the human body’s nature in this respect. The treatment of acute diseases can lead in two opposite directions: it can either bring about a cure or, on the contrary, cause a gradual degeneration of the body’s PNI defense.
With regard to ‘symptoms,’ their reduction or the disappearance following a treatment, is either because the body does not need them anymore, having reached a higher level of health or, that it cannot maintain them anymore, as its health has been degraded due to the treatment.
The ideal treatment should not simply eliminate the symptoms while the overall health deteriorates. Instead, it must aim at enhancing the action of the immune system in its own direction by strengthening the symptoms generated by it. This way the immune system becomes stronger after getting rid of the disease and the overall health becomes better.