Health

Mental And/Or Emotional Stress

Mental and/or emotional stress can be the entire cause or a partial cause of a copious amount of uninvited health concerns. Some of the most common include: nervousness, stomach ulcers, stomatitis, insomnia, indigestion, acne, adrenal disorders, anemia, arthritis, asthma, high blood pressure, bronchitis, dizziness, gastroenteritis, headaches, heart problems, liver conditions, low back pain, mid back pain, neck pain, menopause conditions, menstrual problems, night sweats, sinus congestion and neuralgia.

Some of the most common causes of mental and/or emotional stress include: loss of a loved one through death or divorce, loss of money, property or anything else that you like, being in a situation that you do not like, such as: a stressful work situation or relationship, over work, lack of entertainment, lack of: sense of accomplishment, satisfaction, joy, happiness, love, excitement, creativity, laughter, humor, goals, action, positive ideas and ability to give and receive. Other causes of mental and/or emotional stress can include: trauma, pain, pinched nerves, junk food, clogged arteries, poisons, chemicals, lack of exercise, lack of rest, mal-combined foods, vitamin, mineral, nutrient and/or amino acid deficiencies, viruses, bacteria, funguses, ameba, parasites, negative thoughts and obesity.

The things made known next have helped many people to reduce the effects of mental and/or emotional stress.

Swedish Massage

Deep Tissue Massage

Sports Massage

Hot Stone Massage

Shiatsu

Reflexology

Chair Massage

Antioxidant/Alkaline water

Nutrition

Exercise

Manipulation

Physiotherapies: Therapeutic laser, micro-current therapy, saunas, hot packs.

Vitamins:

Multiple Vitamin Mineral Complex: 2 tablets, 3 times a day, with meals

Beta-Carotene: 20,000 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin A: 15,000 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin D3: 100 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin E: 400 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin C: 2,000 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Bioflavonoid: 500 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B Complex: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B-6: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Folic Acid: 50 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B-12: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Choline: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Inositol: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin F: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Minerals

Magnesium: 300 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Calcium: 300 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Chromium: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Iodine: 50 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Iron: 2 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Manganese: 1 milligram, 3 times a day, with meals

Potassium: 25 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Zinc: 5 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Amino Acids

L-Phenylalanine: 300 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Lysine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Methionine: 400 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Isoleucine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

American Herbs:

Chamomile

Valerian Root

Hawthorn Berry

Passion Flower

Skull Cap

Wild Yam

Lady Slipper

Chinese Herbs:

Fresh Rehmannia: 15 grams

Chinese Angelica: 15 grams

Coptis: 10 grams

Licorice: 5 grams

Homeopathic Remedy:

Aconitum Napellus

Arnica

Sulphur

Other Supplements:

Spirulina: 2 capsules, 3 times a day, with meals

Garlic: 2 capsules, 3 times a day, with meals

Specific Foods:

Bananas, Pineapple, Papaya, Beets, Kelp, Alfalfa, Brussel Sprouts.

To treat the hostile health situations caused by mental and/or emotional stress as with any other hostile health situations, it would be the top importance to the restorative process to find the nature of the cause or causes of your mental and/or emotional stress and change it or them and find the things which are suitable to expedite recovery from your condition, then eat, drink, have and/or do as many of these as you can.

For example: if you had eaten foods with too high of fat content, which clogged up your arteries, which deprived your heart of the oxygen and nutrients that it needed, which started to degenerate your heart, which caused pain in the heart, which caused you to have mental and/or emotional stress because of the pain in your heart and because of your fear of dying. In this situation, if you decreased the fat in your diet and utilized the things needed to clear the fat out of your arteries and to rejuvenate the heart from the damage that was done by the lack of oxygen and nutrients, there is a very good chance that the problem would disappear, the pain would disappear and mental and/or emotional stress from this pain would disappear.

TRAUMA

This newsletter was written by Dr. Gerald Krause D.C., who is currently and has been a Holistic Doctor of Chiropractic since 1979 and is the director of Krause Holistic Spa and Alta Massage College, serving Southern California, especially the South Bay and Los Angeles Harbor areas: Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Palos Verdes, Palos Verdes Estates, Rolling Hills, Rolling Hills Estates, Rancho Palos Verdes, Torrance, Manhattan Beach, Lawndale, Gardenia, Hawthorne, El Segundo, San Pedro, Wilmington, Lomita, Harbor City, Carson and Long Beach.

Trauma can be the full cause or a partial cause of a profuse amount of unsought health distresses, some of the most common include: headaches, neck pain, shoulder pain, upper back pain, mid back pain, low back pain, arm pain, hand pain, leg pain, foot pain, nervousness, insomnia, anemia, arthritis, dizziness, numbness, burning sensation, crawling sensation and cutting sensation.

Some of the most common causes of trauma include: industrial accidents, sports injuries, home accidents, car accidents due to being distracted by things such as texting or talking on the cell phone or by being mentally or physically impaired by the effects of alcohol, drugs, junk food, clogged arteries, poisons, chemicals, lack of exercise, lack of rest, mal-combined foods, vitamin, mineral, nutrient and/or amino acid deficiencies, viruses, bacteria, funguses, ameba, parasites, negative thoughts and obesity.

The things made known next have helped many people to reduce the effects of trauma.

Swedish Massage

Deep Tissue Massage

Sports Massage

Hot Stone Massage

Shiatsu

Reflexology

Chair Massage

Antioxidant/Alkaline water

Nutrition

Exercise

Manipulation

Physiotherapies: Therapeutic laser, micro-current therapy, saunas, hot packs.

Vitamins:

Beta-Carotene: 15,000 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin A: 10,000 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin D3: 100 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin E: 400 IU’s, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin K: 200 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin C: 2,000 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Bioflavonoid: 750 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Folic Acid: 200 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B-1: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B-2: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Niacin: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

Vitamin B-6: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Vitamin B-12: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Biotin: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Choline: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, between meals

Inositol: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, between meals

Vitamin F: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, between meals

Minerals:

Manganese: 400 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Calcium: 300 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Chromium: 100 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Copper: 1 milligram, 3 times a day, with meals

Iodine: 125 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Iron: 10 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Manganese: 5 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Molybdenum: 10 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Potassium: 100 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Selenium: 200 micrograms, 3 times a day, with meals

Zinc: 30 milligrams, 3 times a day, with meals

Amino Acids:

L-Threonine: 300 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Valine: 200 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Leucine: 200 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Lysine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

DL-Phenylalanine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Isoleucine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

L-Methionine: 100 milligrams, 2 times a day, between meals

American Herbs:

Horsetail

American Elder

Betony

Birthwort

Blackberry

Flax

Gentian

Plantaine

White Pond Lilly

Yerba Santa

Chinese Herbs:

Angelica: 10 grams

Schizonepeta: 10 grams

Natopteriygium: 8 grams

Homeopathic Remedies:

Arnica

Belladonna

Bellis Perennis

Hamamelis Birginica

Other Supplements:

Superoxide Dismutase (SOD): 2 capsules, 3 times a day, with meals

Garlic: 2 capsules, 3 times a day, with meals

Spirulina: 2 capsules, 3 times a day, with meals

Specific Foods:

Soy Beans, Lentils, Wild Rice, Brown Rice, Cauliflower, Kale

To treat the unsought health distresses caused by trauma as with any other unsought health distresses, it would be of supreme importance to the recuperative process to find the cause or causes of your trauma and avoid it or them and find the things which are appropriate to accelerate recovery from your condition, then eat, drink, have and/or do as many of these as you can.

An example of this would be if you fell down some slippery stairs, throwing bones out of place in your low back, mid back, neck and head, which pinched on nerves causing low back pain, mid back pain, neck pain and headaches. The best thing to do would be to immediately get a medical exam, then have Chiropractic manipulations to take the bones off the nerves and have the things that are known to have helped many people to reduce the effects of trauma, thus having an excellent chance of eliminating the low back pain, mid back pain, neck pain and headaches. To get to the underlying cause of the problem you want to make sure that you fixed the stairs so that they are not slippery and be careful going up and down the stairs. It would be an intelligent thing to do to also find out all of the other underlying causes of low back pain, mid back pain, neck pain and headaches and eliminate those underlying causes as well. Then find all of the things which help to strengthen the low back, mid back, neck and head and do those things, so that if you were exposed to the underlying causes of these conditions you would be affected less by them and you would recover more rapidly.

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