Module 10 Why are Hospitals Helpless against Chronic Diseases?
This is a thought-provoking question:
Why are today’s hospitals equipped with state-of-the-art examination and treatment equipment, but helpless to deal with chronic diseases (such as heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc.)?
Now I will unreservedly share the research results of more than ten years with readers, so that everyone can stay away from chronic diseases and get the gospel of health.
Chronic gastritis, chronic enteritis, chronic osteomyelitis, chronic bronchitis, chronic kidney disease, cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, hypertension and diabetes etc all belong to chronic diseases.
Chronic disease is the outward manifestation of the failure of the body to rehabilitate.
The body’s ability to rehabilitate is not easy to give up and surrender. When a part of the body is injured, the body starts to rehabilitate.
The pathogenesis of chronic diseases is a cyclical process of continuous injury and rehabilitation, re-injury and re-rehabilitation. As shown in the following figure:
Taking chronic bronchitis as an example, the figure above becomes the figure below:
In the process of chronic bronchitis, there are many injury factors, including air pollution, dust inhalation, smoking, etc. We take smoking as an example, as shown below:
Regarding the pathogenesis of chronic diseases, vividly and colloquially speaking, it means that a certain “part” of the body is “broken”, “repaired” and “broken” again, and then “repaired” again and “broken” again, and this process is constantly repeated.
During this process, the body mobilizes all the nutrients from all over the body to rehabilitate the injured area.
Our body is very interesting, and the best thing it is good at is to “tear down the east wall to make up for the west wall”, which means using nutrients from other parts of the body to rehabilitate injured area, but the premise is that “the east wall” is allowed to be “disassembled”, and it doesn’t matter if it is “disassembled” a little bit. Until one day, there was no more extra to “disassemble on the east wall”. At this time, the adjustable nutrients were essentially used up, and there were no raw materials, and the rehabilitation is helpless when the injury occurs.
From the above point of view, chronic disease is not a single organ problem, it involves multiple systems throughout the body. Because in the process of disease, it is necessary to mobilize nutrients from various systems of the body to rehabilitate the injured part.
For example, is chronic gastritis simply a stomach problem? Let’s analyze:
Who is prone to gastritis? hot-tempered, sensitive and work-stressed. People with poor liver function are generally hot-tempered, and irritability can also hurt the liver. Therefore, gastritis has a certain relationship with liver function.
People with gastritis often have poor sleep, and those with poor sleep will not have a good function of stomach, indicating that stomach problems are also related to the nerve system.
Therefore, chronic gastritis is not a simple stomach problem, but a manifestation of multi-system dysfunction in a single organ.
Human chronic diseases are all external manifestations of multi-system dysfunction in a single organ. In other words, chronic diseases are systemic problems, and hospitals can hardly solve such problems.
The so-called system is the sum of all components that can independently complete a task.
For example, the digestive system includes many “parts” such as the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, pancreas, etc. A common task of so many “parts” is to digest food and absorb nutrients. The liver secretes bile and stores it in the gallbladder, the pancreas secretes pancreatic juice, and when the food enters the stomach for initial “grinding” and then enters the small intestine, bile and pancreatic juice also enter the small intestine to help digestion and absorption.
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To your health!
Health Revolution Team