Inflammation and Sepsis
What is Inflammation – The link discusses most of the things – http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/248423.php
The above articles concludes that inflammation is caused in every disease. That is common link. it also gives a report card that there is no known cause and cure of inflammation.
The question that arises is – if inflammation is reduced or completely eliminated, does that cure the underlying disease. To me it seems so.
I started treating sinus about 7-8 years back by dehydration for 24 to 48 hours. It it always worked with clock wise precision.
2 months back my mother aged 80 had tooth ache. Due to other health concerns, I wanted to avoid pain killers. I asked her to give up water for 24 hours. She did. And thereafter she did not report any pain.
In May-June 2014 my father aged 80 was hospitalised and diagnosed with sepsis, He had other complications as well. The attending doctors said that there are no chances of his survival. I tried the same over hydration for 24 hours and then dehydration for the next 24 hours and he started recovering. When he shifted to home, I hired a health care provider to hydrate and dehydrate with precision. Today he is without any medicines whatsoever.
Sepsis is whole body inflammation and the mortality rate is about 49%. But people with multiple organ failure, more than 15 days in ICU thee are no chances of survival. The people who survive are supposed to have insomnia and disabling pain. He has none. He seems to be in better health then he was 20 years back. All of his problems are gone. The hydration dehydration cycle was repeated for more than 10 times during the period of recovery. His brain was also reported to have suffered irrepairable damage. But now there is no sign of brain damage. He is cured of seizures as well.
If sepsis and underlying inflammation can be cured in 48 hours, why cancer and other incurable diseases cannot be repaired in 48 hours. Afterall the extent of inflammation is lower in case of other diseases as compared to sepsis.
One should also take note of foods that cause inflammation – http://www.arthritistoday.org/tools-and-resources/slideshows/food-ingredients-and-inflammation.php, http://www.care2.com/greenliving/top-12-foods-that-cause-inflammation.html