Reversibility of Chronic Degenerative Disease and Hypersensitivity
Clinical approaches to chronic degenerative disease have become almost exclusively symptom focused. The common wisdom is that they are idiopathic with final outcomes to be managed rather than prevented or cured. That they are potentially reversible rarely enters into any discussion between doctor and patient.
Reversibility of Chronic Degenerative Disease and Hypersensitivity, a five – volume set, disputes the idiopathic label and the fatalistic prognosis attached to chronic degenerative disease.
Factoring in both general and specific environmental loads, and how they alter and trigger genetic and nongenetic responses, the authors consider how environmental pollutants conspire with genetic and lifestyle factors to disrupt the self-regulating mechanisms built into our normally adaptive cells. Drawing on a vast amount of clinical cases attended to in their own medical practices, they:
- Examine the complex relation that environmental pollution has with hypersensitivity reactions and chronic degenerative diseases
- Explain newly understood mechanisms of hypersensitivity involving core molecular function
- Explore ways to reverse the dysfunction of chronic illness as well as prevent its initial trigger
The books explore mechanisms of chemical sensitivity and chronic degenerative disease as well as the triggering agents of musculoskeletal, gastrointestinal and sinorespiratory diseases. They then discusses triggering agents such as natural gas, pesticides, solvents and mycotoxins.
The authors include new data for indoor and outdoor air pollutants that harm the chemically sensitive and chronic degenerative diseased patient as well as new data for breath analysis. They also describe the physiology of chemical sensitivity and chronic degenerative diseases, their manifestations, diagnosis, and approaches to reverse dysfunction.