MS – name ambiguity
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If you visit the most popular Multiple Sclerosis related web site of National Multiple Sclerosis Society (USA), you will be presented with this so seemingly elegant MS description:
Multiple sclerosis (or MS) is a chronic, often disabling disease that attacks the central nervous system (CNS), which is made up of the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves. Symptoms may be mild, such as numbness in the limbs, or severe, such as paralysis or loss of vision. The progress, severity, and specific symptoms of MS are unpredictable and vary from one person to another. Today, new treatments and advances in research are giving new hope to people affected by the disease
Everything is perfectly clarified and put into order in this description:
- MS attacks Central Nervous System
- MS symptoms severity vary
- MS progress is unpredictable
- Today [everyday?] new MS researches propose new treatments and so – hope
Nevertheless, this MS description is incorrect and heavily disorientating. Even a lay person, uneducated in modern medicine, could easily spot lots of misleading in this description:
- ABSOLUTE NONSENSE: CNS isn’t attacked by MS! MS is a set of symptoms that occur after warriors of de-regulated and overactive immune system finally destroy all CNS protections, and so start destroying CNS. I propose more correct MS description in my article MS causes
- Obvious: MS symptoms severity directly depend on immune system de-regulation magnitude and strategic importance of disabled area of CNS
- Obvious: MS progress is enigmatic and so – unpredictable — until you start healing your poor heavily diseased immune system
- Direct invitation to be passive and dependant! New research means more drugs. Therefore the only proposed option for any sick with MS person – rely upon MS drugs, generously produced by pharmaceutical industry. Isn’t knowledge that there are so great medical doctors and drug makers, readily available to help anybody sick, warming up? Certainly – until you know:
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Problems of disorientating disease descriptions (created and proposed by conventional allopathic medicine), when set of symptoms are named as disease, are presented by a health ranger Mike Adams in his absolutely unexceptionable article Disease names like diabetes and osteoporosis are misleading and misinform patients about disease prevention. Excellent example:
I spotted a poster touting a new drug for osteoporosis. It was written by a drug company and it said exactly this: “Osteoporosis is a disease that causes weak and fragile bones”. Then, the poster went on to say that you need a particular drug to counteract this “disease”…
But it’s all hogwash. There is no such disease as osteoporosis. It’s just a made-up name given to a pattern of symptoms that indicate you’ve let your bones get fragile
Next the author proceeds with explanation of patient disorientating by some other diseases descriptions, including:
- high blood pressure
- high cholesterol
- Alzheimer’s disease
This may all seem silly, right? But there’s actually a very important point to all this.
When we look at symptoms and give them disease names, we automatically distort the selection of available treatments for such a disease. If the disease is, by itself, high cholesterol, then the cure for the disease must be nothing other than lowering the high cholesterol. And that’s how we end up with all these pharmaceuticals treating high cholesterol in order to “prevent” this disease and lower the levels of LDL cholesterol in the human patient.
But there is a fatal flaw in this approach to disease treatment:
the symptom is not the cause of the disease !!!
Another disease that is named after its symptom is cancer. In fact, to this day, most doctors and many patients still believe that cancer is a physical thing: a tumor. In reality, a tumor is only a side effect of cancer, not its cause. A tumor is simply a physical manifestation of a cancer pattern that is expressed by the body. When a person “has cancer,” what they really have is a sluggish immune system. And that would a far better name for the disease: Sluggish Immune System Disease or SISD.
If cancer were actually called Sluggish Immune System Disease, it would seem ridiculous to try to cure cancer by cutting out tumors through surgery and by destroying the immune system with chemotherapy. And yet these are precisely the most popular treatments for cancer offered by conventional medicine. These treatments do absolutely nothing to support the patient’s immune system and prevent further occurrences of cancer. That’s exactly why most people who undergo chemotherapy or the removal of tumors through surgical procedures end up with yet more cancer a few months or a few years later. It’s also another reason why survival rates of cancer have barely budged over the last twenty years. Put simply, conventional medicine’s treatments for cancer simply don’t work.
…in western medicine, the name of the disease seems to be intended to obscure the root cause of the disease, thereby making all diseases sound far more complex and mysterious than they really are
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This fantastic article is real eye-opener. Enclosed information is compulsory for anybody who wants to live a really healthy and productive life. In other words – for anybody who is trying to reduce distance between lifespan and healthspan.
Mike Adams finishes his nice article these words:
Don’t believe the names of diseases given to you by your doctor. Those names are designed to obscure, not to inform. They are designed to separate you from self-healing, not to put you in touch with your own inner healer. And thus, they are nothing more than bad medicine masquerading as modern medical practice