Psychosomatics in children find the root causes of the disease
Dr. A. Meneghetti in his book Psychosomatics writes:
“A disease is a language, the speech of the subject … To understand the disease, it is necessary to uncover the project that the subject creates in his unconscious … Then the second step is necessary, which the patient must take: he must change. If a person changes psychologically, then the disease, being an abnormal course of life, will disappear … ”
Consider the metaphysical (subtle, mental, emotional, psychosomatic, subconscious, underlying) causes of childhood diseases.
That’s what world-famous experts in this field and authors of books on this topic write about it.
Liz Burbo in his book “Your Body Says“ Love Yourself! ”” Writes:
The most common childhood illnesses are whooping cough, mumps, measles, rubella, and windpox. Continue reading
The structure of the human respiratory system The human respiratory system consists of tissues and organs providing pulmonary ventilation and pulmonary respiration. In the structure of the system, it is possible to distinguish the main elements – the airways and lungs, as well as auxiliary – elements of the musculoskeletal system. The airways include: nose, nasal cavity, nasopharynx, trachea, larynx, bronchi and bronchioles. The lungs consist of alveolar sacs, bronchioles, as well as arteries, capillaries, veins of the pulmonary circulation. Elements of the musculoskeletal system associated with breathing include ribs, intercostal muscles, the diaphragm, and auxiliary respiratory muscles. Numerous studies carried out in various countries have shown a significant increase in respiratory diseases over the past 10 years.
Types of respiratory diseases. Bronchitis is an infectious disease accompanied by diffuse inflammation of the bronchi. The main symptom of the disease is a cough. If the disease lasts less than three weeks, they speak of acute bronchitis. Continue reading
There are a number of infectious viral diseases that are commonly referred to as childhood diseases, since they are ill mainly in childhood. We are talking about the most common, such as measles, rubella, mumps, chickenpox.
Among the common signs of these diseases, they are extremely contagious, infection occurs by airborne droplets, a febrile state, an increase in certain groups of lymph nodes and a general external manifestation – a rash on the skin. In any period of these childhood infections, serious complications can develop as a result of the attachment of a secondary infection or under the influence of other negative factors: extensive damage to the central nervous system, meningitis, encephalitis, pancreatitis, orchitis, loss of vision, myocarditis. Continue reading