Dario Läuppi How to maintain and recover health – some considerations (with book recommendations)

With the EAV can be made a detailed evaluation of the actual health functions which is in a wider context, there are different explanations and solutions:

● Immunologic approach: an active immune system is essential.

● Evolutionary medical approach: The evolutionary medicine studies the human evolution during millions of years, the development of Homo sapiens and how the vigorous, the healthy and the happy survives. Reading tip: Daniel E. Lieberman: The story of the human body - Evolution, health and disease – the author writes interestingly about the historical context of the impact of too much or too little stimuli (cf. with the states of inflammation or exhaustion of the actual individual EAV evaluations)

● Genetic approach: It’s also interesting that only two percent of our genes are different from our next relatives, the primates. Here arises the question, why is so much invested in genetic tests when they a) in the majority of cases, only permit to predict the probability of a manifestation of genetic disorders and b) represent literally a modern looking for a needle in a (digital) haystack. Besides that, epigenetics studies the gene activation / repression of sequences of genomes in our genetic mosaic and which environmental and nutritional factors have a key role and can be actively influenced. Too often we keep, consciously or unconsciously, unhealthy habits and justify their consequences saying “that’s genetic, it runs in the family”.

● About the question of the most favorable nutrition: Information about traditional local eating habits BEFORE the invasion of the food industry can avoid polemic discussions. Reading tip: Weston A Price: Nutrition and Physical Degeneration

Invasive / non invasive treatments: Even with massive investments in the development of imaging procedures – indirectly thanks the huge success of the Beatles before having founded their own label Apple Records (Goodman 2010) – and therefore more anatomical details became visible, this must not signify that an immediate chirurgical intervention is mandatory imperative to automatically remove / fix / transplant all anatomical variations, because a later image finding after optimization of the functions of the organism with a targeted treatment based on an EAV diagnosis can show a regression without recurrence of these variations which can result in a good prognosis. Also with Feldenkrais exercises (leitmotif: do not force any movement) can one discover the corporal fluidity and, e.g., proactively relieve discomforts, tensions, pains of the back, knees, hips, shoulder (Reading tip: Awareness Through Movement).
The pioneers Reinhold Voll (who lived for decades with a permanent catheter after unsuccessful chirurgical interventions) and Moshe Feldenkrais (who found a way that his, as a young man during sport activities seriously injured knee stayed functional without a “mandatory” surgical intervention – later he received as first European the Black Belt in judo) who created, independently of each other, fundamentals of knowledge of the possibilities how to stimulate the self-regulation of humans. This knowledge is available and can be put into practice with experienced diagnosticians and therapists. The big advantage of these methods is that they contribute substantially to prevention and regeneration, both also avoid notably well-known iatrogenic harm BEFORE starting a treatment. In case of visual impairment one can also recommend eye exercises based on the Bates method (Reading tip: Perfect Sight Without Glasses). For treating psychological traumas and blocks, Viktor Frankl has developed (based on the experiences lived during his internment in a concentration camp) a solution-focused brief therapy which integrates a respectful humor; his and Paul Watzlawick’s works are worth reading. All these methods with different approaches, to which one can add without hesitation the traditional meditation, improve the agility of body and mind (neuroplasticity). Other non-invasive and non-traumatic treatment methods should produce neither physical nor psychological dependence and fulfill some of the following criteria:

Maintaining and recovering health has many aspects:
   a) guarantee the greatest possible independence,
   b) take the responsibility for the own body (and to a certain degree also for the loved ones),
   c) work in partnership with therapists who have empathy and goodwill and
      c1) pay also attention to early symptoms and
      c2) provide individual treatments of personal issues and
      c3) avoid over- and under-treatment,
   d) openness to organic learning.
Finally, approximately 70 percent of the illnesses we treat are preventable (Russo 2011).

All this consolidated for youngsters: With the good practices mentioned above one can increase the efficiency and harmony of the own body functions, put down the burden of the mind and so invest concretely in the own (and not artificial) intelligence and self-determined (not determined by others) life quality. Instead of permanent distraction or efforts to understand worrying symptoms (hi, internet doctor!) one can promote an integrated approach of the body consciousness. And another question for the adepts of conspiratory theories: These are considered as very smart who profitably participate in capital cycles of different industries (food, beverage, tobacco, pharmaceutical and hospital etc.) which products, when consumed in excess, first endanger health and then only relieve symptoms - is it possible that some apparently happy Homo oeconomicus are ready to subordinate everything to their financial necessities? Really everything?

Goodman L. The Beatles, the Nobel Prize, and CT Scanning of the Chest, Radiologic Clinics of North America Jan 2010
Russo, P. “Population health” in Health Care Delivery in the United States. New York, Springer, 2011, p.85-102)

the same information in five other languages:
deutsch  français  italiano  español  português

© Dario Läuppi contact + info (Version 12/2020) ®