What's the Deal with Disease?

Understand Disease to make Informed Decisions for you and your family
13
Dec

Is all disease bad?

Disease is a very hot topic these days

Television ads abound with descriptions of scary symptoms, the 6 o’clock news rings out with warnings about the latest epidemic, and every corner pharmacy and the grocery store is offering flu shots, shingles, and pneumonia vaccines with added incentives of 20% off your purchase.

Disease symptoms disease Is all disease bad? pills to stop symptomsWe can always take a pill for suppressing or a shot in hopes avoiding the uncomfortable symptoms, but is that the most beneficial choice? We should learn all we can about each disease and weigh the risks versus the benefits of each.

Health is adaptation, and this process reflects adaptation by getting sick and getting well, getting sick and getting well, again and again, each time maturing the developing immune system.

In comparison, a dysregulated immune system easily gets stuck. Just like a car with its wheels stuck in the snow, the system spins and spins, unable to move through these stages easily within a few days. Dysregulation of immunity looks like chronic ear infections, persistent sore throats or colds that drag on for months, or chronic symptoms like eczema, asthma or allergies. These can be the beginning of deeper chronic pathologies if symptoms continue to be ignored or further suppressed.

An Informed choice about your health is your birthright. Knowledge is power. Learn all you can to make informed choices. Visit our website for more details about acute disease vs. chronic disease. 

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Get your answers to your vaccination questions disease Is all disease bad? answering questions about vaccinationAbout the Author: Get your answers to your vaccination questions Cilla is a sought-after speaker and instructor. She holds a B.A. degree from Arizona State University, a diploma from the four-year professional program at Northwestern Academy of Homeopathy, Minneapolis, MN and a PhD. from Kingdom College. She served as a member of the research faculty at The American Medical College of Homeopathy and currently an instructor at Normandale Community College. She is the co-founder of Free and Healthy Children International, a 501c3 for the education of homeopathic practitioners in homeoprophylaxis.

She has presented locally, nationally and internationally. For more information about topics available and fees or if you have questions about Worldwide Choice you can send an email to cilla@worldwidechoice.org

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