Tuesday, April 17, 2012
ASTHMA CAN BE CURED
ASTHMA CAN BE CURED
(© 2001, 17 April, 2012: Dr. V.M. Palaniappan)
I received today the following news in the form of an e-mail from NCCAM (National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicines), in their Clinical Digest.
The following is what I received: You may want to visit these sites to know more on the subject this Center is talking about:
Asthma is a chronic lung disease that affects people of all ages. It causes episodes of wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, and chest tightness. Although there is no cure, most people with asthma are able to manage the disease with medications and behavioral changes.
Researchers also are studying various complementary health approaches for asthma relief. This issue provides information on "what the science says" about complementary health practices for asthma, including acupuncture, breathing exercises, and herbs and other dietary supplements.
Read more about what the science says at: http://nccam.nih.gov/health/providers/digest/science-asthma?nav=cd
Time to Talk Tips: What You Need to Know About Asthma at http://nccam.nih.gov/health/tips/asthma?nav=cd.
MY PERSONAL RESEARCH FINDINGS
I have written a book entitled “ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, COUGH, SNEEZING & SWEATING” (2001).
I have given in this book a vivid description of the method for a cure of ALL the above diseases.
They are all inter-related, and the causative factor is basically one, with slight variations.
Therefore, if one of the diseases is cured, the rest would get cured in themselves.
In the first place, do you know why all these lung-related diseases occur?
It appears that people, nearly in every walk of medicine, have misunderstood the basic reason that causes all these diseases.
That is why everybody - whether that be modern medicine or any of the complementary or alternative medicines - has been struggling to establish a cure for these diseases.
The following is the TRUE cause for Asthma and related diseases:
You can put to test what I am going to say here, and you will then realise that I have discovered the truth.
If you drink, say 10 glasses of water daily (2.5 L), and if you voided nearly all of that 2.5 L, then the Input/Output Ratio would stay at 1.0.
In this case, you will be perfectly healthy, without any lung-related problems.
If you drink the same 2.5 L water, and urinated, say, only half of it (1.25 L = 5 glasses), what would happen to the remaining 1.25 L ?
It would either go out of the body as sweat, or would stay within the body in the cells of tissues that make various organs, essentially the lower limbs - we call it oedema. That is a water-logged condition. Doctors would explain such a condition to be due, mostly to, inadequacy of ALBUMIN (albumin is present the egg) in the body.
Let us say that you have taken another 2.5 L of water the next day, and urinated similarly only 1.25 L. The balance of 1.25 L will have to be taken care of.
It can accumulate in your abdomen (it is a disease, under certain conditions) to make you look pot-bellied, or will have to get out of the body, again in the form of profuse sweat.
The urinal bladder cannot afford to retain all of the left-over water - it will burst, giving room for disastrous results.
So, God, or Nature, has provided SWEATING as an escape mechanism.
In other words, any urine left unvoided within the body will certainly get out of the body mostly in the form of SWEAT.
OK, we can now go to the next step in the process of understanding the phenomenon:
Let us say you are seated inside a car on a hot day, with all windows raised, without any air-conditioning.
The hot air inside the car will become moist due to the water that comes out of your skin (as sweat) or nose, eyes, mouth, etc. as vapour.
If there occurs a sudden rainfall, the outer side of the car will become cool.
As a result, the moisture in the air (high Relative Humidity = RH) will condense as WATER DROPLETS on the INNER SIDE of the glass windows.
The SAME phenomenon occurs in our body as well, in the following manner:
You drink, for example, 2 L of water, and void 1 L as urine.
The rest, viz., 1 L will go out through the skin as sweat.
This sweat condenses ON THE SURFACE OF THE SKIN. When this EVAPORATES, it CHILLS the skin surface.
The air in the atmosphere carries in it some amount of moisture, which can vary from being extremely little to extremely high.
If more moisture is in the air, we say the RH is very HIGH. (When we sweat when the RH is very high, our body will become sticky.)
If less moisture, we say the RH is very low.
If no moisture in the air, or if it is very little, we say the air is very DRY.
Hill stations tend to have dry air.
When we breathe, we inhale the normal air that carries some moisture in it.
This moisture, on reaching the lungs, will CONDENSE to become WATER DROPLETS - in an identical manner, as it happens in the car.
This condensation occurs because the outer side of the body, i.e., the skin surface at the chest and back are COLD due to the condensation of the sweat.
The water droplets in the lungs FILL THE BREATHING HOLES IN THE LUNGS, called ALVEOLI.
When the breathing holes or alveoli are BLOCKED, the air cannot pass through the holes.
In other words, the CARBON DIOXIDE will not be able to pass out, and the OXYGEN will not be able to PENETRATE INSIDE.
(That is why you find most of the long-term Asthma patients suffer from poor memory, slow reflex, somewhat lethargic, indigestion, and the like. Even their face may show some kind of dullness... no offence is meant... sorry!
All these will improve with increased oxygen supply to the brain)
If and when the oxygen entry is prevented, the brain INDUCES NAGGING COUGH, so that the droplets blocking the alveoli will get removed, enhancing free flow of the air, both ways.
Unfortunately, almost immediately, the condensed water droplets will FLOW BACK and BLOCK the holes again.
This process of cough removing the blocking, and the water re-filling keeps on going repeatedly, RESULTING IN NAGGING COUGH.
In other words, nagging cough is BODY-FRIENDLY. It saves our life.
If we do not cough when the alveoli is blocked, we can develop headaches, memory failure in the long run, and even dizziness, for want of oxygen.
Therefore, I would say, it is WRONG TO SUPPRESS THE NAGGING COUGH WITH THE USE OF A COUGH SYRUP.
Cough suppression by artificial means should be considered as an improper approach to find comfort*.
(* However, please follow your doctor's instructions when you have the nagging cough or any other lung disease.
If and when the World Health Organisation approves my findings as true, you can then follow my instructions).
THE CURE FOR THIS NAGGING COUGH IS AN EXTREMELY SIMPLE PROCEDURE:
All you have to do is to URINATE ALL THE WATER YOU DRINK !
Most people UNDER-URINATE for several reasons.
Some people are too busy, too lazy, or do not find proper toilet facility, or they FALSELY believe that sweating is good for them.
I have given various methods by which you can improve urination without taking Diuretics - i.e., urine promoting drugs, in my book on Asthma.
If you urinate very well so that the INPUT/OUTPUT RATIO comes to 1.0, your nagging cough would totally stop without any medication.
You don’t have to doubt my statement, for I have cured numerous people from this problem.
The next time you have a nagging cough, try to trace the cause, and you will find that you had not urinated adequately.
OK, fine, I have described all about the NAGGING COUGH.
How about ASTHMA? How about other lung diseases?
Since this article has become too lengthy, please wait to read the rest in the next publication, in this blog.