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Thursday, November 26, 2009

NEW MEGA SERIES: HUMAN DISEASES, REDEFINED



REFERENCES AND SOURCES will be given at a later date. Those wanting to refer at an early date are requested to refer to the book "HUMAN DISEASES: HOW AND WHY DO THEY OCCUR, AND HOW TO CURE/PREVENT THEM?"DISCLAIMER:


Western medical researchers and Registered Medical Practitioner have different opinions on all matters presented in my Blog. You are requested to follow the instructions given by Registered Medical Practitioners for the care of your health. Information given here is to provide you with the knowledge for better evaluation and understanding of the health problems.



1. Ageing as a disease
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When a baby is born, with the slitting of the umbilical cord, every aspect of the entire body starts functioning on its own, all controlled by the baby’s own brain.

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However, for several years to come, the baby requires some amount of parental help, especially when it comes to food, drinks, and protection from environmental hazards.

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In the case of plants, every individual has to live on its own from the time of birth and until its death, and is very much dependent upon Nature.

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When it comes to microogranisms of the animal kind, the parental care does not seem to exist at all. Among higher animals, some amount of care and guidance appear to exist.

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The greatest need for parental care and guidance of the highest order seem to prevail only among humans* .

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( * Based on this, those parents (both the father and mother) who do not take care of their children, selfish people, exploiters, cheats, liars and suppressors should be considered as relatively-unsophisticated beings, and they don’t belong to the recent ones in the process of evolutionary development, for their basic instinct is much closer to animals).
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On reaching a stage of maturity, the males and females start living on their own. This goes on for several years. They reproduce, and live out their lives.

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After several decades, they lose all their capacity for an independent living, and return to a stage of dependency, similar to how they started life on earth
(Appendix-2: Sorry, it is in the book Human Diseases.... I am not reproducing it here.).

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In this process, they lose their teeth, ability to digest harder and complex foods, the brain functions appear to return to almost similar to that of the new born.

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Finally, they succumb to death, thus completing a full cycle. Such a process of aging appears to be an inevitable process.

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If anyone dies before returning to the stage of dependency, then, it should be considered as some kind of ‘pre-mature’ death.

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If a person dies of heart attack due to a blockage in the blood vessels that lie within the heart, at the age of, let us say, 115, it should still be considered as of premature death* .

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(* My mother used to tell me stories when I was a small child of about five in 1943 or so, all of which, till this day, I remember very well. These were stories my mother had heard from her mother.

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The following is one such story: (At this it would be better to remember that TVs and radios were non-existent during my childhood days. I was 25 when I saw TV for the first time in my life).

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During ancient times, it seems, many people continued to live even into their 100s and 110s.

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As long as their brain functions properly to the extent of knowing what is going on around them, the relatives take good care of the aging individuals.

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However, once they lose all their senses and turn into what we call “living vegetables-like”, then, all members of the great joint-family get together, and decide to bid farewell to the person in the following manner:

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They invite the relatives and village folks for a feast, after which, all the people prostrate at the feet of the aged person, who had been nicely clothed for the occasion, in a manner of receiving his/her blessings.

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Then, they would place him/her into a big container pot made of clay, measuring about 3 feet or so, called ‘thalli” in Tamil. Some food, water, and an oil-lit lamp would also be placed alongside, inside the pot. Then, they would close the pot with a lid.

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On doing this, the grown-up paternal relatives would carry the pot to a location closer to the crematorium, and would bury it there. From then on, they offer prayers to the soul of the buried person annually at home, but not at the burial grounds.

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In the recent past, I learnt that the story my mother narrated was after all, true. This was probably their way of ‘mercy killing’.

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When I saw such ‘thalli’ pots in TV coverage of excavations, I was simply amazed at the way (a) people lived healthily for more than a century, with or without the help of traditional medicines, but certainly without the interference of modern medicine, and (b) the ancient history was transmitted from person to person, and from generation to genera-tion. It should be worth our while to learn what kept them alive until such ripe ages.

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Indian literature on Siddha medicine (the more ancient, South Indian version of the Ayurvedic medicine, in which killing of any other animal was not allowed for the sake of curing a human being), the 18 saints called “Siddargal” who knew the art of living healthily for longer periods than a century, had conveyed their knowledge in poetical verses.

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These poems, written in palmyra (Borassus flabellifers palm) leaves are still preserved in museums and Government departments in several parts of India. Some of them have been published in print by University of Madras, in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. I had access to some of them. I even learnt the art of writing on them using a specially-designed needle called “yelluthaanni”.

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(Printed versions of such 'yaedu' are found in University of Malaya library - huge volumes)
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The literature speaks of about 100 herbs (mostly edible vegetables) that are capable of keeping a person alive in a healthy state for 100 years. These are termed as “Kaya Kalpa Mooligai”

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A plant called Hydrocotyle asiatica (“Vallarai” in Tamil; “Daun pegaga” in Malay),that has become commercialised now, meant for the improvement of brain function, memory, menses problems, upkeep of red blood cells, for the reproduction of intelligent children, and longevity, etc. is one of the 100 herbs that are listed in the Siddha literature.

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I have been trying some of them since three decades, along with other techniques I have evolved. I wanted to find out what exactly was the secret in all these 100 herbs that kept people totally healthy for about 120 years. I did find some amazing results. I will sure share some of these with you in due course!

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A combination of all these seem to work reasonably well. I am 71 now, and am fully active in every respect, including vision without glasses, hearing, sex potentials, eating without any restriction, digestion, defecation, urinations, movements, physical and mental alertness, and wrinkle-less physical appearance, etc.

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I have been working with my computer for anything between 14 to 18 hours daily, without much rest, which of course, I don’t advocate to any of my patients. I have a purpose in working this hard – I have a vision to achieve. Overall, all these appear to be of a much higher order when compared to all of my colleagues, in this part of the world..

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On understanding the basic principles of long and healthy life, I simplified them in a manner that can be followed by every common man or woman on the street, and have (a) described in my book on obesity in 92 pages, and (b) been training people to achieve such a success through my Group Therapy sessions I conduct for five days. Many aged people who attended my Group Therapy sessions, as early as in 1980 can be seen living healthily until this day.

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The whole subject can be easily understood by the following analogy:

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If a motor car is taken very good care of in every respect, then, the car should continue to be in very good condition for a prolonged period of time, as stipulated by the manufacturers. The car should be used, and not left in an idle state, for that to last long.

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It may not be right for a person to say in his 50’s, 60’s or even in 70’s, that he has gone weak, for “age is catching up”. Any ailment should mean that he has not been living in a correct manner.

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Right methods are available for a prolonged and healthy living.(see Palaniappan, 1998 - the obesity book!).

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Next posting is going to be on ALLERGY...
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