Terra-Medica RSS Feedhttp://terra-medica.com/sleep Melatonin free radical cancer prevention Antioxidant Article Success StoriesClinical Study PSE Rubimedtreatment therapy Stress Remedy Reimar Banis Psychosomatic Energetics depression burnout anxietyArticleReference MaterialsReimar Banis Homeopathic therapeutic Healing self conflict emotional behavior aggressive concentration teenager deficiency subtle energycardiac hostility psychocardiology Dr. Birgitt Holschuh-Lorang MD treatment social confidenceveterinarian Psychosomatic Natural Veterenarian Animals Issues EnergeticsPsychosomatic diagnostic Naturopathicdevice Energy Chakra Reba Remedies Videos pshychoenergeticSwiss Secret Pleo Sanum Biological Medicine Optimal Health alternative-medicine Thomas Rau Articles General ArticleOnline Course Videos urn:uuid:f00c062c-29af-6de5-9d6b-ff000022b827http://terra-medica.com/articles/2015/02/04/melatonin-extraordinary-antioxidant-benefits-beyond-sleep sleep Melatonin free radical cancer prevention Antioxidant Article Article Melatonin: Extraordinary Antioxidant Benefits Beyond SleepBeyond sleep, research (over 6000 studies) shows that melatonin benefits are profound and far reaching. Known as the body’s most efficient free-radical scavenger with an impressive ability to control oxidative damage, melatonin has powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immune properties.Wed, 04 Feb 2015 17:38:10 Z<p>Melatonin is best known for its effectiveness as a sleep aid and regulating the sleep-wake cycle. Generally, melatonin is used for difficulty falling asleep, waking in the night, and improving overall sleep quality. Melatonin is particularly beneficial to help to overcome jetlag (especially when travelling eastbound over more that 2 time zones) and for shift workers with altered sleep schedules. A new understand is now emerging that greater health benefits of melatonin supplementation are associated with increased duration of REM and deep sleep, crucial for nightly repair, regeneration and detoxification.</p> <img src="http://biomedicine.com/images/articles/melatonin/Melatonin.jpg" style="float: left; margin-right: 15px;" /> <p>Beyond sleep, research (over 6000 studies) shows that melatonin benefits are profound and far reaching. Known as the body’s most efficient free-radical scavenger with an impressive ability to control oxidative damage, melatonin has powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and immune properties. These properties function as brain, heart, neurological, cognitive and cancer protection through the reduction of trauma from brain injury; preventing heart muscle damage; neuroprotection; increasing cognitive functioning; and offering cancer support and reducing the toxic effects of chemotherapy.</p> <p style="margin: 0px;"><strong>Consider Melatonin for These Health Benefits:</strong></p> <p style="margin: 0px; font-style: italic;">Resetting the body’s sleep-wake cycles, increasing REM and total sleep time and improving sleep quality </p> <p style="margin: 0px;"><strong>Sleep</strong></p> <img src="http://biomedicine.com/images/articles/melatonin/sleepers.jpg" style="float: right; margin-left: 15px;" /> <ul style="margin-top: 0px;"> <li>Difficulty falling asleep (insomnia, delayed sleep phase syndrome)</li> <li>Waking in the night</li> <li>Shift work and late night/altered sleep schedules</li> <li>Jet lag</li> </ul> <p style="margin: 0px; font-style: italic;">Powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, and the body’s the most efficient free-radical scavenger.</p> <p style="margin: 0px;"><strong>Cancer Support</strong></p> <ul style="margin-top: 0px;"> <li>Cancer prevention and control</li> <li>Reduce side effects from chemotherapy (low platelet counts, neurotoxicity, cardiotoxicity, and mouth sores)</li> <li>Enhance effectiveness of standard therapy for cancer</li> <li>Protects shift-workers from known increased cancer risks</li> </ul> <p style="margin: 0px;"><strong>Brain Health, Neuroprotection and Healthy Cognitive Function</strong></p> <img src="http://biomedicine.com/images/articles/melatonin/brain.jpg" style="float: right; margin-left: 15px;" /> <ul style="margin-top: 0px;"> <li>Prevent neurodegenerative diseases</li> <li>Improve mild cognitive impairment, learning and memory (Alzheimer’s and dementia)</li> <li>Protect against brain injury (stroke or trauma)</li> <li>Calcification of the pineal gland - offsets age-related diminished pineal-derived melatonin availability</li> <li>Optimize brain cognitive function during natural aging process</li> </ul> <p style="margin: 0px;"><strong>Mental Health</strong></p> <ul style="margin-top: 0px;"> <li>Depression-related sleep disturbances</li> <li>Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)</li> </ul> <p style="margin: 0px;"><strong>Immune and Inflammation Support</strong></p> <ul style="margin-top: 0px;"> <li>Powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties</li> <li>Stimulate immune system</li> <li>Improved wound healing</li> </ul> <p style="margin: 0px;"><strong>Cardiovascular Health</strong></p> <img src="http://biomedicine.com/images/articles/melatonin/hearthealth.jpg" style="float: right; margin-left: 15px;" /> <ul style="margin-top: 0px;"> <li>Cardioprotection (angina, heart attack risk)</li> <li>Reduce night-time hypertension (cardiovascular risk factor)</li> </ul> <p style="margin: 0px;"><strong>Gastrointestional Health</strong></p> <ul style="margin-top: 0px;"> <li>GI tract protection</li> <li>Alleviates gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)</li> <li>Reduces functional dyspepsia symptoms</li> <li>Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)</li> </ul> <p style="margin: 0px;"><strong>Headaches</strong> – cluster headaches, migraines</p> <p><strong>Anti-aging</strong></p> <p>Only about half the population gets desired sleep results with 1-3-5 mg dosage of melatonin and almost everyone is melatonin ‘deficient’, according to Harlan Lahti, Pharmacist. In the older population, melatonin production decreases due to pineal calcification and decreased pineal-derived melatonin availability.</p> <p>High dose melatonin supplementation in sublingual form is both safe and significantly increases duration of REM and deep sleep for greater repair, regeneration and detoxification during sleep. When melatonin is coupled with vitamin B6, melatonin biosynthesis, secretion and absorption is enhanced. For patients who ‘don’t tolerate’ melatonin (ex. restlessness, too stimulating, sleep initially worsens), Mr. Lahti’s advice is to persist for about a week with 10 mg of melatonin taken with 1 tsp (5g) of L-Glycine powder. As a serotonin re-uptake inhibitor, L-Glycine cools the core temperature of the body down for sleep preparation and allows patients to better tolerate melatonin supplementation.</p> <p><strong>Why Consider Supplementing Melatonin with Your Patients:</strong></p> <ol style="list-style-type: lower-alpha;"> <li>Artificial Light - extension of daylight hours through indoor lighting suppresses production of melatonin </li> <li>Aging - decreased melatonin production occurs during aging due to pineal calcification </li> <li>Electrosmog - computers, laptops, tablets, television, and electrosmog suppress melatonin production </li> <li>Shift work - disrupts circadian cycle of melatonin and is linked to immune dysfunction and increased cancer rates </li> <li>Jet lag - jet lag and late night schedules disrupt circadian cycle of melatonin </li> <li>Non-addictive – safely resets circadian rhythms and natural sleep patterns, improving overall sleep quality </li> <li>No ‘Hangover’ – unlike other types of sleep aids, melatonin does not produce a ‘hang-over’ feeling in the morning </li> <li>Strong antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties - the most effective free radical scavenging ability in the body, for brain, heart, cancer and neurological protection. </li> </ol> <p>Melatonin is at the forefront of cancer immunotherapy: providing immune boost properties, working with anti-tumor systems, improving tumour killing power of cytokine interleukin-2, and decreasing adverse side effects of chemotherapy and radiation including low platelet count, neurotoxicity, cardiotoxicity and mouth sores. Dosage recommendations often are as high as 50mg daily.</p> <a href="http://terra-medica.com/ourproducts/melatonin-b6" target="_blank"><img src="http://biomedicine.com/images/articles/melatonin/MelatoninB6.jpg" style="float: left; margin-right: 15px; border-width: 0px; border-style: solid;" /></a> <p><strong>How to Individualize <a href="http://terra-medica.com/ourproducts/melatonin-b6" target="_blank">Biomed’s New Melatonin + B6</a> Dosage for Patients:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Difficulty falling asleep - take 1 tablet of melatonin 30 min to 1 hour before bedtime</li> <li>Nighttime awakening and early morning insomnia – keep melatonin on bedside table and take 1 tablet upon waking (do not take within 1 hour of getting up in the morning)</li> <li>Jetlag – take 1 hour before desired bedtime after darkness in new destination until adaptation to new daily pattern. Especially effective when travelling eastbound over 2 or more time zones.</li> <li>Shift work – take 1 tablet several hours before planning on sleep (note: avoid driving, direct sunlight or bright light after taking melatonin)</li> <li>Age-related sleep aid – effectiveness of melatonin may decrease with advancing age due to calcification of the pineal gland and decreased pineal-derived melatonin availability - take 1 tablet of melatonin 30 min to 1 hour before bedtime</li> <li>Cancer support, prevention and control – to boost immune properties and increase REM sleep for nightly repair, regeneration and detoxification – take 10 - 50 mg of melatonin 30 min to 1 hour before bedtime </li> <li>For patients that ‘do not do well’ on melatonin (restless, sleep initially worsening, too stimulating), take 1 tablet of melatonin with 1 tsp (5g) of L-Glycine. L-Glycine has shown to improve melatonin tolerance, as it acts as a serotonin re-uptake inhibitor and decreases core body temperature to match physiological temperature during sleep.</li> </ul> <p>Note: If tired or groggy upon waking, reduce the dosage as one should wake feeling refreshed. Do not use melatonin during the daytime, as this can cause adverse effects and disrupt nighttime sleep. Do not drive or use machinery for 5 hours after taking melatonin.</p> <p><strong>The All-Important Sleep Protocol:</strong></p> <ol> <li>Re-educate patients on good sleep habits and bedtime routine</li> <li>Melatonin + B6 10mg dosage for adults: take one tablet before or at bedtime.</li> <li>Melatonin relies on environmental light cues, with darkness as the trigger to increase production. Therefore, one hour before bed: no electronics should be used (this includes computers, tv, or cell phone), all lights should be dimmed, no exposure to bright light (ex. don’t turn on bathroom light to brush teeth).</li> <li>For the best results with Melatonin, the bedroom should be pitch-black throughout the night with no ambient light emission (ex. from alarm clocks, street lights etc). </li> <li>Consider prescribing an L-Glycine powder supplement at 1 tsp (5 g) if the patient does not seem to ‘tolerate’ melatonin.</li> </ol> <p style="font-size: 9pt;">References:<br /> Pyridoxine (vitamin B6) influence on endogenic melatonin production during the experiment. Georgian Med News. 2007 Dec;(153):35-8.<br /> Tavartkiladze AG, Simoniia GV, Kolbaia DT, Shalashvili AG, Petriashvili TG. Biochemical, pharmacological and clinical aspects of influencing methioninc, tryptophan, pyridoxine (vitamin B6), Ca2+ and high-calorie food on the synthesis and intensity of the secretion of melatonin. Georgian Med News. 2006 Mar;(132):121-3.<br /> Cajochen C, Frey S, Anders D, Späti J, Bues M, Pross A, Mager R, Wirz-Justice A, Stefani O. Evening exposure to a light-emitting diodes (LED)-backlit computer screen affects circadian physiology and cognitive performance. J Appl Physiol. 2011 May;110(5):1432-8. doi: 10.1152/japplphysiol.00165.2011. Epub 2011 Mar 17.<br /> Kwiatkowski F, Abrial C, Gachon F, Chevrier R, Curé H, Chollet P. Stress, cancer and circadian rhythm of melatonin. Pathol Biol (Paris). 2005 Jun;53(5):269-72. Epub 2005 Jan 20.<br /> Karasek, M (2004). Melatonin, Human Aging, and Agr-related Disease. Experimental Gerontology. 39:1723-1729.<br /> Reiter RJ, Tan DX, Manchester LC, El-Sawi MR. Melatonin reduces oxidant damage and promotes mitochondrial respiration: implications for aging. Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2002 Apr;959:238-50.<br /> Lewis, Alan (1999). Melatonin and the Biological Clock. McGraw-Hill. p. 23. ISBN 0-87983-734-9.<br /> Payne B, Magee LA, von Dadelszen P. Assessment, surveillance and prognosis in pre-eclampsia. Best Pract Res Clin Obstet Gynaecol 2011;25:449–62.<br /> Prolonged melatonin administration decreases nocturnal blood pressure in women. Am J Hypertension. 2005.<br /> Daily nighttime melatonin reduces blood pressure in male patients with essential hypertension. Hypertension 2004.<br /> Lissoni P, Barni S, Tancini G, et al. A randomized study with subcutaneous low dose interleukin 2 alone vs interleukin 2 plus the pineal neurohormone melatonin in advanced solid neoplasm other than renal cancer and melanoma. Br J Cancer. 1994 Jan;69(1):196-9.</p>urn:uuid:096c052c-29af-6de5-9d6b-ff000022b827http://terra-medica.com/articles/2014/10/02/a-natural-medicine-success-story Success Stories A Natural Medicine Success StoryI had a male patient age 58 who presented at my clinic with a prostate cancer diagnosis. He brought along his labs which showed Gleason score 6 – 7, PSA of 87...Thu, 02 Oct 2014 18:31:29 Z<p>I had a male patient age 58 who presented at my clinic with a prostate cancer diagnosis. He brought along his labs which showed Gleason score 6 – 7, PSA of 87.</p> <p>After the interview I ordered an immediate dietary change, added homeopathic and nutritional remedies, and anticipated a dental examination with a suitable practitioner to evaluate possible remediation.</p> <p>After the intake and a thorough review of history I conducted my own electro-dermal screening (EDS). I detected a large disturbance field on a lymphatic point related to the jaw. I continued EDS with respect to teeth – and found a large disturbance on 1-1 and also noted a gold crown in quadrant 3.</p> <p>I referred the patient to a dentist familiar with mouth/body interconnection. He did a panorama x-ray, as I asked, and found a jaw bone infection under the front tooth. He removed the root canal and scooped out the infectious necrotic tissues. He also removed the gold crown.</p> <p>After 4 weeks the patient returned to his MD to repeat the labs. They found the prostate to be normal by physical exam and the blood work showed a marked decrease in the PSA.</p> <p>The patient continues to have his PSA in the 0.6 – 1.4 range, has been given a clean bill of health by his MD and by me.</p> <p>It is my experience that the key to his longer term success was the sustained change of diet to remove the indicated sensitivities – no gluten, no dairy, no added sugar. He began exercising and employing a lifelong (from that point anyways) behavioural change with respect to, and for, his body. He has accepted responsibility for his well-being. 16 years later in his mid 70’s he is vibrant and healthy, and is still working.</p>urn:uuid:cd63052c-29af-6de5-9d6b-ff000022b827http://terra-medica.com/articles/2014/09/22/clinical-study-of-rubimed-pse---psychosomatic-energetics Clinical Study PSE Rubimed Article Clinical Study of Rubimed PSE - Psychosomatic EnergeticsThe therapeutic success of Psychosomatic Energetics (PSE) was evaluated in a multi-centric clinical study spanning four years,. Specially trained therapists from 11 clinical practices took part, most of them established general practitioners. In all, the data from 1002 patients after 15 months of therapy was evaluated...Mon, 22 Sep 2014 17:09:03 Z<iframe src="http://docs.google.com/viewer?url=http%3A%2F%2Fterra-medica.com%2Fpublic_downloads%2FRubimedPSE%2FMulti-Centre Clinical Study of Psychosomatic Energetics.pdf&embedded=true" width="650" height="780" style="border: none;"></iframe><br /> <br /> <a href="http://terra-medica.com/public_downloads/RubimedPSE/Multi-Centre Clinical Study of Psychosomatic Energetics.pdf">Download PDF</a> <br /> <br /> <hr /> <br /> <br />urn:uuid:4df0042c-29af-6de5-9d6b-ff000022b827http://terra-medica.com/articles/2014/06/20/m.d.-reimar-banis-touts-energy-medicine treatment therapy Stress Rubimed Remedy Reimar Banis Psychosomatic Energetics PSE depression burnout anxiety Article Article M.D. Reimar Banis touts energy medicineWhen someone experiencing</b> extreme stress develops an ulcer or someone who’s anxious has heart palpitations, it’s hard to refute the body-mind connection. According to practitioners of Rubimed therapy, sometimes physical symptoms stem from past emotional experiences that were too traumatic to fully process at the time.Fri, 20 Jun 2014 17:28:07 Z<br /> <div style="float: left; width: 333px; height: 525px; margin-right: 10px; font-size: smaller; margin-top: 5px; margin-bottom: 15px;"> <img style="border-width: 0px; border-style: solid;" src="http://biomedicine.com/images/articles/Rubimed/Banis_Portrait-19.jpg" alt="Dr. Reimar Banis" /> German physician Reimar Banis says that emotions can trigger illnesses.</div> <p><strong>When someone experiencing</strong> extreme stress develops an ulcer or someone who’s anxious has heart palpitations, it’s hard to refute the body-mind connection. According to practitioners of Rubimed therapy, sometimes physical symptoms stem from past emotional experiences that were too traumatic to fully process at the time. </p> <p>Rubimed, a European approach that uses homeopathic remedies to resolve emotional conflicts and thereby improve physical health, got its start in Germany about 20 years ago. A naturopath and conventionally trained medical doctor named Reimar Banis noticed that some of his patients just weren’t making progress despite being treated for chronic disease.</p> <p>He ended up studying something called “energy medicine”, which was already a rapidly growing field in his native country. Banis, who’ll be speaking at an upcoming public forum in Vancouver, claims he found that when patients’ emotional blocks were removed, their physical condition tended to improve dramatically.</p> <p>“Every experienced medical doctor knows that emotional issues play an important role in almost all diseases,” Banis says from Switzerland, where he’s now based.</p> <p>Also known as “psychosomatic energetics”, the therapy is grounded in the concept that energy flows throughout the body. The more and the easier the energy flows, the healthier a person is. However, when that energy is reduced or blocked because of unresolved emotional issues, illness results.</p> <p>“We all have different emotional stresses that happen in our lifetime,” says local Rubimed practitioner and homeopath Heather Schofield, medical-educational director of Biomed, a naturopathic- and homeopathic-remedy vendor and educator. “In some instances, we’re able to get over that emotional stress…but in other instances, you’re not able to.</p> <p>“These emotional stresses, which can be called emotional conflicts, end up staying with us and becoming part of the subconscious. This starts to create energy blocks in the body.…Over time, physical symptoms can start to manifest, and negative behavioural patterns can also start to manifest.”</p> <p>Although many treatments may relieve physical symptoms, Rubimed purports to do this by addressing people’s core emotional issues.</p> <p>Banis, author of New Life Through Energy Healing: The Atlas of Psychosomatic Energetics, determined that there are more than two dozen types of emotional conflicts—such as anger, fear, and hopelessness—that can be stored in the human energy field. Those conflicts affect the corresponding internal energy centres, or chakras. A device called the Reba is used to measure frequencies to determine energy levels. He then developed the corresponding homeopathic treatments to dissolve those conflicts.</p> <p>The remedies are used in pairs: one to treat chakras, where energy flow may be blocked, and the other to treat underlying emotional issues. People put drops in water and may take the treatment for a few weeks to several months.</p> <p>“The remedies have been termed ‘psychotherapy in a bottle’,” Schofield says.</p> <p>Banis claims that therapy can be used to address a range of health conditions, from irritable bowel syndrome to fibromyalgia to chronic pain, as well as psychiatric illnesses including depression and anxiety, and can be used in conjunction with conventional treatments.</p> <p>There are more than 2,000 Rubimed practitioners in Europe and North America. Schofield sees interest growing in healing methods that are centred on the mind-body connection.</p> <p>“There is a huge body of science and research, and fields such as psychoneuroendocrinology and psychoneuroimmunoendocrinology, that are taking and looking at the whole body-mind medicine and how the immune system, hormones, endocrine system, and nervous system are all very connected,” Scho-field says. “There’s recognition that emotional experiences and stresses affect all of those things and can throw everything out of balance.</p> <p>“In Europe, the majority of practitioners are medical doctors,” she adds. “Practitioners are looking for solutions for patients on the emotional side. This really fills a gap. This is the piece of the puzzle that’s missing.”</p> <p>Finlandia Pharmacy & Health Centre and Biomed presented a public lecture by Dr. Reimar Banis and Dr. Birgitt Holschuh-Lorang at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday (June 19, 2014).</p> ---<br /> <p> This public lecture event was a huge success. It was also recorded and will soon be posted on this website. Check our homepage, <a href="http://www.facebook.com/us.terramedica">Terra-Medica Facebook</a> and/or <a href="http://twitter.com/biomed_intl"></a><a href="https://twitter.com/terramedicaus">Terra-Medica Twitter feed</a> for details.</p> <br /> <hr /> <br /> <br />urn:uuid:0087a924-0311-4ae2-8f20-2bcef7a42cc4http://terra-medica.com/articles/2013/12/23/get-results-for-successful-autonomic-regulation-with-simvita-and-paravita Article Get Results for Successful Autonomic Regulation with Simvita and ParavitaThe autonomic nervous system (ANS) steers the organism in a subtle and unconscious way, where the body is regulated automatically. Autonomic regulation is governed by the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. Regulation in the body is dependent on the ability of these two systems running smoothly and remaining in balance. When dysregulation takes place (‘getting stuck’) in either one of these systems (like a thermostat getting stuck in too much heat or too little heat), feelings of ‘unease’ and symptoms or autonomic dysfunction occur.Mon, 23 Dec 2013 17:24:06 Z<p>We take a breath in and we exhale, we blink our eyes and swallow. In this moment, this all happens without even a conscious consideration going into these actions. Our thoughts do not control these processes, the autonomic nervous system does.</p> <p>The autonomic nervous system (ANS) steers the organism in a subtle and unconscious way, where the body is regulated automatically. Autonomic regulation is governed by the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems. Regulation in the body is dependent on the ability of these two systems running smoothly and remaining in balance. When dysregulation takes place (‘getting stuck’) in either one of these systems (like a thermostat getting stuck in too much heat or too little heat), feelings of ‘unease’ and symptoms or autonomic dysfunction occur.</p> <img src="http://biomedicine.com/images/articles/Rubimed/SimvitaParavita/ManRelaxing.jpg" style="float: left; margin-right: 15px; border-width: 0px; border-style: solid;" /> <p>Signs of Autonomic Dysfunction</p> <p>Health and well-being depend directly on the proper functioning of the autonomic nervous system. If there is a prolonged stress, then the autonomic nervous system becomes overactive and may lead to dysfunction or organic pathology of either the parasympathetic or sympathetic nervous system, or both.</p> <p>Behind most chronic conditions, you will find a dysregulated and unbalanced autonomic nervous system. The trigger of the initial stages of dysregulation is often a physical or psychological stress, which can perpetuate a negative feedback pattern of continued autonomic dysfunction. The key to re-regulation lies in both resolving enduring stressor (emotional or otherwise) and rebalancing the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.</p> <p>The sympathetic nervous system generally conducts activities of the daytime and wakefulness. It is involved in fight or flight, where energy is reserved and used for defense. Dysfunction appears as nervousness, stress, and anxiety with triggers including excitement; emotions of fear, anger or elation; prolonged or chronic stress; extreme exercise; extreme cold; or when life is endangered. Signs of sympathetic hyperfunction include: inability to relax, over-alertness, inner tension, jitteriness, sleeplessness, restlessness, fast metabolism, hyperthyroidism, cardiac arrhythmia (tachycardia), diarrhea, sweating, trembling, headache, irritable colon, wide pupils, damp and pale skin, and high blood pressure.</p> <p>The parasympathetic nervous system generally conducts activities of the night (rest) and digestion. It is involved with healing, regeneration, nourishment and elimination. Dysfunction appears if this system gets ‘too relaxed’, with lethargy and fatigue setting in. Signs of parasympathetic hypofunction include: loss of interest, tired face, tendency to sleep due to tiredness and exhaustion, sluggishness, adrenal fatigue, slow metabolism, constriction of the lungs and asthma, hypothyroidism, constipation, cramps of the inner organs (bladder, gallbladder, intestines), migraines or tension headaches, eczema, narrow pupils (miosis), dry skin, gastric ulcers and low blood pressure.</p> <img src="http://biomedicine.com/images/articles/Rubimed/SimvitaParavita/WomanRelaxing.jpg" style="float: right; margin-left: 15px; border-width: 0px; border-style: solid;" /> <p>Proven Success to Rebalance the Autonomic Nervous System</p> <p>Clinically, it has been shown that in order to sustain long-term healing, the autonomic nervous system needs to be regulated. This regulation leads to improved sleep, detoxification, better well-being and what Pischinger describes as ‘better functioning of the milieu’.</p> <p>It is hard to find natural remedies that can be trusted to consistently address autonomic dysfunction. Simvita® and Paravita®, from the Rubimed line of remedies, have been clinically proven by thousand of practitioners across Europe and North America to quickly and successfully resolve dysfunction of the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.</p> <p>Autonomic Hyperfunction: Simvita® is used in cases of autonomic hyperfunction exhibiting inability to relax, inner tension or restlessness and conditions listed under sympathetic dysfunction. Suggested dosage is 5 drops three times daily.</p> <p>Autonomic Hypofunction: Paravita® is used in cases of autonomic hypofunction exhibiting exhaustion, inability to recuperate or after long periods of stress and conditions listed under parasympathetic dysfunction. Suggested dosage is 5 drops in the morning and at noon.</p> <p>If a therapist aims to rebalance the autonomic function, allowing the body to return to ‘automatic’ regulation, they hold a powerful tool towards well-being and health for their patients. 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For children and teenagers, this leads to difficulty concentrating, lack of interest at school and diminished perseverance. They will be difficult to educate and train, will have manifold behavioral disorders at times accompanied by increased aggressiveness (introverted children will generally tend to become more withdrawn). One gets the feeling that they are being incited to self-destructive behavior by unknown forces, and this is why they are failing in school...Tue, 03 Sep 2013 22:29:11 Z<p>Decades of experience with hundreds of patients has shown that long-term subtle-energy deficiency frequently means that one can no longer properly deal with the demands of everyday life. For children and teenagers, this leads to difficulty concentrating, lack of interest at school and diminished perseverance. They will be difficult to educate and train, will have manifold behavioral disorders at times accompanied by increased aggressiveness (introverted children will generally tend to become more withdrawn). One gets the feeling that they are being incited to self-destructive behavior by unknown forces, and this is why they are failing in school.</p> <p>Many energy-deficient adults complain of a lack of resilience, of tiredness and increased irritability. Vegetative ailments such as tension, sleep disorders and generally not feeling very well are other typical symptoms. If you try to evaluate the effect on their daily life of these people, you get the impression that they are no longer actively shaping their lives, but rather have become passive victims of circumstance. If a therapist asks when the symptoms began, the answer is often: years ago, so that the associated energy deficiency has presumably also been around for many years.</p> <p>For people with energy deficiency, testing with the aid of a special complementary-medicine examination method (Psychosomatic Energetics, abbreviated PSE) will reveal depressed energy readings, e.g. Vital and Emotional at 20% each (as opposed to the standard value of 90-100%). The typical test situation used in this case is illustrated in Fig. 1. If, in the context of the medical examination, one later discovers the causes of the lack of energy and eliminates them, then the symptoms will usually disappear as well. One may therefore conclude that long-term energy deficiency can make one mentally and physically sick, but also lead to failure in school and at work. Generally speaking, one may further include that subtle energy may generally be considered to be very important for mental as well as physical well-being, and also helps one cope well with others in the social give-and-take of everyday life.</p> <br /> <p style="font-weight: bold;">Detecting and dissolving emotional conflicts</p> <p>The key question is what originally caused the energy deficiency and now maintains it. PSE investigates the causes of energy efficiency using certain homeopathic test ampoules which respond in kinesiological tests when a particular disorder is present. There are test ampoules for all kinds of disturbances such as electrosmog, intestinal flora disorders, on up to mental disorders. Subconscious emotional conflicts can be detected in most people with energy deficiencies. These conflicts block subtle energy as, like a vampire, they constantly siphon off energy subliminally. In addition, subconscious conflicts manipulate a person's feelings and actions, so that they tend to self-destructive behavior and, to a certain extent, more and more become the victim of the conflict contents, which they implement without being aware of it.</p> <p>According to the latest trauma research (Peter A. Levine), conflicts arise as a result of traumatic experiences which seem so threatening that they are emotionally virtually intolerable. They are therefore evacuated on the spot by the entire organism. In the interest of emotional survival, the topic is banned from consciousness and repressed. But the conflict also has a subtle-energy charge, which leads to evacuation on the energetic plane, which results in a loss of life energy. Like a vampire, the conflict then latches onto the patient's energy body and lives off of its life force. Therefore, in cases of energy deficiency, conflicts usually turn out to be the actual subtle-energy cause. This viewpoint logically points to conflict resolution as the only route to lasting recovery.</p> <img src="http://biomedicine.com/images/articles/Rubimed/Regainingcontrol.jpg" alt="Fig. 1 - Typical PSE test setup: kinesiological arm-length test using attached REBA test device to measure the charge on the four subtle-energy levels" style="float: left; margin-right: 15px; margin-bottom: 15px; border-width: 0px; border-style: solid;" /> <p>The traumatic contents of the conflicts are many and varied, including rage, sadness, fear of failure and other negative emotional content. There is, therefore, not one conflict only, but rather different traumatic “feeling-packets”. The contents depend mainly on the situation in which the conflict arose. For example, if one were so enraged that the organism was in danger of outright exploding, this would give rise to a Rage conflict. If one were helpless and feared imminent destruction, the result would be a Helpless conflict. I have been able to make out 28 different conflict themes which can be tested for using specific homeopathic complexes. If the corresponding emotional remedy is then later prescribed and the patient takes it for some months, the conflict in question will melt away and dissolve. In this process, patients often go through a slow but steady mental and physical self-healing process, one which often needs no additional therapeutic efforts, and which makes the patients once again self-confident, socially competent, mentally balanced and emotionally resilient – in short, it psychically re-centers them.</p> <br /> <p style="font-weight: bold;">Examples of successful conflict resolution </p> <p>To a great extent, children still have an open energy system, and the experience with PSE has been that they respond particularly well to energy therapy, as the following typical case shows: <em>10-year-old Michael suffers from behavioral disorders and is making poor grades at school. The school psychologist says he has hyperkinetic syndrome (ADS) and recommends transferring him from high school back to grade school. In the PSE test, there is response to geo-radiation and a conflict with the theme Rage. I recommend a good dowser to the parents, who immediately has the bed moved to a neutral location. The emotional conflict is treated for several months. A year later, I hear from a neighbor who is bringing her child in for therapy that Michael is doing well all around and that things couldn't be better with him.</em></p> <p>Not just sick children, but also seemingly normal and healthy ones benefit from harmonization of their subtle energy. The Austrian pedagogue and kinesiologist Gerlinde Paukert has treated children with PSE prophylactically. After several months of therapy, the students were better balanced, able to learn better and exhibited greater cohesion as a social group. At the end of her multi-year study, which she titled “The Butterfly Project”, she wrote: <em>“In closing, I would like to voice my personal conviction that high energy values effect a harmonization of the personality, leading to improved resilience, willingness to work, motivation, and happiness – and success is then not far behind. Social competence also changes for the better, and the school suddenly has a new ‘classroom climate’. The group is more friendly and less aggressive, cooperation becomes more important than competition.”</em></p> <img src="http://biomedicine.com/images/articles/Rubimed/Regainingcontrol2.jpg" alt="Fig. 2 - 28 conflict themes and their relation to body segments" style="float: left; margin-right: 15px; margin-bottom: 15px; border-width: 0px; border-style: solid;" /> <p>Conflict treatment of adults is often also successful in improving social competence and thereby the overall job situation. In this context, I'd like to cite the following example: <em>50-year-old S. has suffered from alcoholism since he was a teenager; he is a steady smoker, and has been unemployed for quite a while. I examined him as part of a pilot project that was investigating the possibility of applying Psychosomatic Energetics to the treatment of addiction. In the energy test, I find very low Vital and Emotional readings of 20% each (100% is normal). I also detect a large conflict with the Rage theme (see Fig. 2). Afterwards, the caregiver confirms that Mr. S., strikingly, is never aggressive. Evidently, he swallows his aggression rather than exhibiting it openly. He is given the appropriate homeopathic compound remedies for a total of four months. A few months later, the caregiver writes me the following: “After a couple of casual jobs, an employer has now offered him a permanent position. Mr. S. quit drinking shortly after the PSE therapy. He now says that he can drink a beer at a party, but never lets it get out of hand. He is apparently also smoking a lot less. After four years of misery, he now not only has a permanent job, but, starting in the fall, he has a contract to start in a regular career (computer science). A few weeks ago, he bought a small car; he loves life and people, a new relationship could be developing. This man called me regularly and shared each stage of his success and his rise with me.”</em></p> <p>People with a Rage conflict, as in the preceding case, often exhibit aggression-inhibited behavior which, in the rough-and-tumble of the workplace, is often taken for personal weakness. Such people are then exploited and pushed around by others, which only adds fuel to the fire of their rage. Such patients thereby sabotage their own futures without being consciously aware of it, or being able to do anything about it, since their perception is that it's an evil external fate that makes their fellow workers so mean and hurtful, instead of having any insight into their secret authorship (or at least co-conspiracy) in the overall problem, and then initiating a change for the better.</p> <p>Patients with permanently low Vital and Emotional values often fight their poor situation with self-therapy attempts such as alcohol, increased caloric intake and other types of consolation that are harmful to health. This is no long-term solution to the problem; on the contrary, it makes the situation worse. Patients with low energy values are less resilient at work and tend to be fired more quickly than others. Unemployment then frequently leads in turn to diminished self-esteem, thereby amplifying the self-reinforcing vicious circle of emotional problems which lead in their turn to increased addictive behavior. Only conflict resolution will break the negative spiral of unconscious self-destructive behavior that provokes external insults, so that a healthy self-confidence can once more slowly be built up through positive success experiences.</p> <br /> <p style="font-weight: bold;">Summary</p> <p>Experience in clinical practice using the complementary-medicine method called Psychosomatic Energetics (PSE) makes it clear that a deficiency of subtle energy leads to reduced resilience, less willingness to work, impaired ability to concentrate and often to self-destructive behavior; in this, subconscious emotional conflicts are viewed as causative. If these conflicts can be identified and then eliminated, it often leads to markedly positive changes in the social realm. People can thereby recover self-esteem and self-confidence, act with greater autonomy and in general regain control over their own lives.</p>urn:uuid:ed0d98c1-6db3-47e8-abd3-52fe3bf5bf9chttp://terra-medica.com/articles/2013/09/03/psychocardiology-experience-with-rubimed-therapy-(pse) cardiac hostility psychocardiology Dr. Birgitt Holschuh-Lorang MD treatment therapy behavior social confidence depression Article Psychocardiology – Experience with Rubimed Therapy (PSE)At the university level, psychocardiology has hitherto received scant attention, even though it is a very promising branch of medicine. As little as 10 years ago, the idea that the “travails of the soul” could influence the heart was still considered hocus-pocus. When you consider that, from a case-history standpoint, only 50% of patients with cardiac complaints exhibit risk factors such as hypertonia, diabetes, overweight, hyperlipidemia, sedentary lifestyle etc., it seems obvious that we should be considering other possible causes...Tue, 03 Sep 2013 22:11:30 Z<p>At the university level, psychocardiology has hitherto received scant attention, even though it is a very promising branch of medicine. As little as 10 years ago, the idea that the “travails of the soul” could influence the heart was still considered hocus-pocus. When you consider that, from a case-history standpoint, only 50% of patients with cardiac complaints exhibit risk factors such as hypertonia, diabetes, overweight, hyperlipidemia, sedentary lifestyle etc., it seems obvious that we should be considering other possible causes. Connections between psychological stress and heart disease have been known since ancient times. Common parlance is rich with phrases relating to this: “I really took it to heart”, “I was so scared my heart stopped beating”, “it broke my heart”.</p> <p>Psychocardiology investigates the influence of psychological and psychosocial factors on the development of cardiac diseases. There are currently 22 studies worldwide involving well over 50,000 test subjects, which have revealed the significance that negative affect has on the prognosis of general mortality and coronary heart disease. The following negative affects play a particularly significant role in this connection:</p> <ol style="margin-top: 5px;"> <li> Depression</li> <li> Sorrow</li> <li> Anger</li> <li> Hostility</li> <li> Fear</li> <li> Stress</li> <li> Mobbing</li> <li> Burnout</li> </ol> <p>It is no accident that depression, sorrow, anger, and hostility are listed first, since they all apply to the so-called type D personality who seems particularly at risk with respect to cardiac disease. These are people with demanding jobs and limited scope for decision-making, who tend towards depression, distress, unhappiness and sorrow, who lack self-confidence, who put up with a lot that then eats them up inside—in short, the type of the introverted loser. By contrast, type A personalities are constantly energized, always pressed for time and—as so-called extroverted combative types—are characterized by ambition, a hectic pace and rivalry.</p> <p>Studies have shown that the negative affect of chronic stress triggers a steady release of adrenaline, noradrenaline and cortisol, and also negatively influences dopamine and serotonin levels. Some theories say that this can lead to paralysis of cardiac muscle cells or to coronary artery spasms. As a result, patients complain about thoracic pressure, cardiac arrhythmia, or else CHD or a previous myocardial infarct are detectable.</p> <p>The usual psychocardiological or cardiopsychosomatic treatment consists of psychotherapeutic conversations, behavioral therapy, social-medicine measures, promotion of compliance and, if necessary, crisis intervention, in order to get the affected patients to rethink their position and change their behavior, to become more relaxed. This approach does not always have the desired result. For this reason, I have, for a number of years, been using a complementary-medicine method called Psychosomatic Energetics (PSE).</p> <img src="http://biomedicine.com/images/articles/Rubimed/PsychocardiologyandPSE.jpg" alt="Fig. 1 Kinesiological arm-length test with the aid of the REBA® Test Device" style="float: left; margin-right: 15px; margin-bottom: 15px; border-width: 0px; border-style: solid;" /> <p>PSE has discovered that there is an additional element necessary for a stable Psyche and physical well-being. This aspect is life energy or energetics, which is a crucial factor in the interplay between Psyche and Soma. PSE theory says that an adequate input of life energy on the one hand regulates the autonomic nervous system (and thus also cellular function) and on the other is responsible for satisfactory psychic stability. The methods of PSE—developed by my general-practitioner colleague Reimar Banis—enable one to ascertain a patient's energetic state as a percentage figure with the aid of a device (REBA® Test Device) with which one stresses the various energy levels with stepwise rising intensity. For energy testing, I use the kinesiological arm-length test (see Fig. 1). With the energy readings thus obtained, one learns about the patient's physical vitality and psychological resilience. Generally, the ratings not only reflect the patient's own perceived sensitivities, but also agree with the clinical findings.</p> <p>Ailing patients normally have lower readings. Experience has shown that the cause of this is repressed emotional conflicts whose contents can be related to specific themes through testing. These conflicts, which have been repressed into the subconscious, not only stockpile life energy, they also block energy uptake. They can be dissolved by means of special homeopathic compound remedies. During the course of this treatment, patients generally experience an increase in energy which in turn is a positive influence on the vegetative regulatory system, while at the same time strengthening emotional resilience. The result is that the symptoms abate or disappear entirely.</p> <p>The mode of action of the method is described in the following three patient case studies.</p> <p>Case study 1: Peter, 52</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Anamnesis:</span><br /> <em>The patient has had anginose symptoms for years. CHD is not detectable. There is hypertonia. He feels quite exhausted and tends to depression. A number of stays in psychosomatic clinics yielded no results. He complains of trouble sleeping and “stress dreams”. His current treatment consists of the antidepressant Saroten®, which has not brought any noticeable improvement.</em></p> <p><em>At the first session, PSE diagnostics showed noticeably restricted readings for Vitality at 25% (nominal 100%) and for emotional resilience at 20% (nominal 100%). In addition, there is an external energy block in the form of geopathic stress, which usually indicates a geo-radiation contaminated bed location. Over the course of four therapy sessions, four different subconscious conflict themes were identified. These included: repressed anxiety, internal tension, frustration and dissatisfaction, and the feeling of being a victim of circumstances. Gradually, these conflict themes were eliminated using the homeopathic compound remedies Chavita® 4/Emvita® 15, Chavita® 6/Emvita® 23, Chavita® 3/Emvita® 11, and Chavita® 5/Emvita® 18. At the last session the readings for vital energy and emotional resilience have both risen to 95%. The patient feels noticeably more stable, and in general things are going well for him. He has no more anginose symptoms. He has moved his bed and is sleeping well. He no longer needs Saroten®.</em></p> <p>Case study 2: Christa, 49</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Anamnesis:</span><br /> <em>The patient had complained for months about retrosternal pressure: she constantly feels a lump in her chest. No basis exists for CHD. She lives in a difficult family conflict constellation, which makes her feel constantly exhausted and overburdened. At the first testing session, the readings were markedly low, with Vital at 25% (nominal 100%) and Emotional energy at 20% (nominal 100%). The tested conflict themes Panic, Rage and Life As a Struggle were energetically dissolved with the compound remedies Chavita® 4/Emvita® 16, Chavita® 3/Emvita® 9 and Chavita® 7/Emvita® 26. After three therapy sessions, the energy readings had risen to 75% Vital strength and 70% Emotional energy. She is doing much better, the retrosternal lung feeling has disappeared, her inner stability is improved, and she feels she can cope much better now with her family and work situations.</em></p> <p>Case study 3: Wolfgang, 54</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Anamnesis: </span><br /> <em>The patient frequently complains of cardiac symptoms such as a feeling of pressure and palpitations. There is atrial fibrillation and a condition following mitral valve replacement. A cardioversion has been done. He is not taking the medications prescribed by the clinic—Digitoxin, Furosemid, Enalapril® and Concor®—because his body cannot tolerate them. He feels tired and lacking in drive; as a teacher, he is under constant job stress. The initial examination reveals a Vital reading of 45% and an Emotional of 30%—values which match up with his physical and psychological condition. The conflict themes to be resolved (Life As a Struggle, Panic, Tension and Rage) are treated with Chavita® 7/Emvita® 26, Chavita® 4/Emvita® 16, Chavita® 6/Emvita® 23 and Chavita® 3/Emvita® 9. After four therapy sessions, he experienced a noticeable increase in energy with a final reading of 90% for Vital energy and 85% for mental resilience. He feels good. Fatigue and lack of drive are much improved. His heart is no longer a problem, and he is far better able to do justice to his daily demands.</em></p> <p>These case histories illustrate to what extent repressed conflicts—which drain away life energy vampire-style, so to speak—can cause problems for the heart. Conflict themes can be tested and treated with the aid of the test procedures of Psychosomatic Energetics, and in numerous cases have improved patients’ cardiac problems, or even sometimes eliminated them entirely, while at the same time stabilizing the psychological situation. PSE is thus, in its truly holistic approach, a proven reliable testing and therapy procedure which has become an indispensable part of everyday medicine for me.</p>urn:uuid:4e1b2fea-e7b1-4e99-a8d2-1a5ae963e772http://terra-medica.com/articles/2013/08/20/treating-animals-with-rubimed-(pse) veterinarian Psychosomatic therapy Natural Veterenarian Animals Issues Rubimed Energetics emotional Article Treating Animals with Rubimed (PSE)The human patient is connected to the REBA® Test Device via a helical cable and then, by means of a kinesiological arm-length test (seated or supine), one ascertains changes in muscle tension which develop when the energy system is stressed. This doesn't work with dogs and cats; instead, I put away the cable and place the animal near the device, which generates a field that exerts an effect at a distance of about 4-5 feet. 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Humans have four subtle energy levels whose charge (like a battery’s charge) is a reliable indication of overall well-being and health...Tue, 20 Aug 2013 17:52:03 Z<iframe src="http://docs.google.com/gview?url=http://terra-medica.com/public_downloads/RubimedPSE/articles/Advantages and Disadvantages of PSE.pdf&embedded=true" style="width: 650px; height: 850px;" frameborder="0"></iframe> <br /> <br /> <hr /> <br /> <br />urn:uuid:9e0843fd-1f4e-4a72-b6b8-9f7ce42fe1a1http://terra-medica.com/articles/2013/08/16/rubimed-public-demonstration-video device Psychosomatic Energy Healing Natural Remedy Rubimed Chakra Reba Remedies Energetics emotional Videos Rubimed Public Demonstration VideoInformational Video on Rubimed Remedies Therapy (PSE) Psychosomatic Energetics: natural remedies for emotional issues.Fri, 16 Aug 2013 21:29:27 Z<br /> <center> <video title="Rubimed Demonstration Video" controls="controls" width="512" height="384" class="video-js vjs-default-skin" poster="http://biomedicine.com/video/rubimed/PSEDemo.jpg" oncontextmenu="return false"> <source src="http://biomedicine.com/video/rubimed/PSEDemoVideo.mp4" type="video/mp4"></source> </video> <p><a href="http://biomedicine.com/video/rubimed/PSEDemoVideo.mp4">Click Here (use mouse right-click) to "Save As" and download this video for display on your website or in your clinic</a></p> </center> <br /> <br /> <hr /> <br /> <br />urn:uuid:4351bf43-9f12-4d62-b70d-af96a1632e5dhttp://terra-medica.com/articles/2013/08/12/depression-from-a-psychoenergetic-viewpoint treatment pshychoenergetic Rubimed emotional depression Article Depression from a Psychoenergetic ViewpointDepression is a clinical picture that has lately received increasing attention in general-medicine treatment. According to the health-insurance industry, psychological disorders are on the rise, with depression taking first place among them—and there's already talk of a new unseen widespread disease. The German Federal Health Ministry reports that ca. 4 million Germans are affected, and that ca. 10 million will suffer from depression at least once by age 65...Mon, 12 Aug 2013 01:00:51 Z<p>Depression is a clinical picture that has lately received increasing attention in general-medicine treatment. According to the health-insurance industry, psychological disorders are on the rise, with depression taking first place among them—and there's already talk of a new unseen widespread disease. The German Federal Health Ministry reports that ca. 4 million Germans are affected, and that ca. 10 million will suffer from depression at least once by age 65. Depression more and more renders people unable to work. Based on the latest announcements from German pension funds, it is an alarming sign that the number of early retirements due to depression is constantly rising. Also, the number of inpatient treatment days for psychological disorders has risen by 58% over the past 20 years. For these reasons, depression has taken on an increasing socioeconomic significance.</p> <br /> <p style="font-weight: bold;">Conventional Diagnostics and Therapy</p> <p>We are thus encountering ever more patients with depression in my naturopathically-oriented general practice, typically with the following classical symptoms: </p> <ol> <li> Depressive mood</li> <li> Loss of happiness and interest</li> <li> Greater tendency to fatigue</li> </ol> <p>Specialists are also starting to talk about “depressive episodes”, since it is often a disease picture that varies over time, having its ups and downs. Depending upon how the aforementioned symptoms coincide, it can be a matter of:</p> <ol> <li> Mild depressive episodes</li> <li> Moderate depressive episodes</li> <li> Severe depressive episodes</li> </ol> <p>The term “depression” is of Latin origin, being derived from the word deprimere, to suppress or repress. Repression of emotional factors leads to flattened affect, loss of affective resonance, drive inhibition, thought obstruction and sleep disorders. The victims feel inferior, helpless, personally devalued, they complain of hopelessness and exaggerated feelings of guilt. Their waking hours are plagued by senseless circular trains of thought, irritability, loss of libido and anxiety. Added to this are physical symptoms such as lack of appetite, weight gain or loss, pain (frequently thoracic pressure or more generalized, but also as the expression of somatization) as well as greater susceptibility to infection.</p> <p>Conventional diagnostics focuses on symptoms and the healing process. As a rule, therapy involves various different chemical antidepressants, or herbal agents for light to moderate cases (especially high dosages of St. John's wort extract). The medication is often accompanied by psychotherapeutic conversation therapy. However, experience has shown that, for many patients, this approach doesn't seem to be enough to noticeably restore their quality of life. When depressive patients in my practice are asked whether therapy with antidepressants and/or psychotherapy has helped them, they often answer in the affirmative. If, however, one asks them whether things are going subjectively well for them, as a rule the answer is “No”.</p> <br /> <p style="font-weight: bold;">Restoring Well-being and Vitality energetically</p> <p>Empirically, the subjective state depends crucially on the charge and harmony of so-called life energy, which is in most cases considerably disrupted in depressive patients. By “life energy” (also referred to as: Aura, Ch'i, Orgone etc.) is meant an invisible force field that surrounds the body and is said to exercise an important regulatory function on the organism as a whole, and the vegetative system in particular. As we know, acupuncture, yoga and similar methods strive to increase life energy—but often without success in depression cases, since something unknown is blocking the patient. Likewise, other common possibilities for regeneration and recuperation such as sleep, vacation, and sports are often not successful in depression cases.</p> <p>The holistic therapist should therefore look for other ways to favorably influence life energy as the elemental source of subjective well-being. From a naturopathic viewpoint, energetic blocks are often decisively responsible for the lack of necessary life energy. With the aid of Psychosomatic Energetics (PSE), a complementary-medicine testing and therapy method which is a central part of my practice, one tries to ascertain the cause of the energetic blocks in order to then eliminate them. If this is done consistently over the span of several months for depression cases, one will often see a definite, lasting improvement or outright cure.</p> <p>In applying PSE, one first determines the extent of life energy deficiency. With the aid of a testing device (REBA® test) and the kinesiological arm-length test, the patient is energetically stressed while the device addresses different life energy aspects (Vital, Emotional, Mental, Causal) in escalating steps (see figure 1). The results are expressed as percentages of a standard value of 100%. Generally, depressives exhibit significantly lowered Vital and Emotional readings of about 10–20%. The readings improve as energy is restored during the course of PSE therapy, at which point the depressive symptoms also decline. The PSE energy readings are thus good clinical parameters, and also match up with how patients feel subjectively. Patients feel that they are understood when the readings are explained to them—which, experience has shown, significantly improves compliance.</p> <p>When, in the second step, one looks for the causes of the poor energetic condition, one will find, with the aid of special homeopathic compound agents, in most patients segmental disorders of one of the seven energy centers (Chakras). The second testing step uncovers the related emotional conflicts behind the disturbance of the currently tested energy center—which, according to PSE, act energetically as primary blocks. Once the current conflict is dissolved, the patient will then have more life energy available.</p> <img style="float: right; margin-left: 25px; margin-bottom: 25px; border-width: 0px; border-style: solid;" src="http://biomedicine.com/images/articles/Rubimed/RubimedFig1.jpg" alt="Fig. 1 - Typical PSE test situation" height="237" width="425" /> <div style="position: absolute; width: 408px; top: 1660px; left: 270px; font-size: 10px;">Fig. 1 Typical PSE test situation—kinesiological arm-length test, patient recumbent (REBA® test device in upper left, to which patient’s arm is connected via a cable).</div> <p>When testing various conflict themes, usually a single compound agent responds—e.g., <em>Suppressed Aggression</em> for depression. In such cases, the ampoule Chavita® 3 (upper abdomen) and the conflict agent Emvita® 9 will react positively in the kinesiological test, with the symptomatology <em>Pent-Up Rage</em>. Patients with rage themes may seem from the outside to be particularly acquiescent and friendly, because they have largely repressed their true aggressive impulses into the subconscious. This agrees with the psychoanalytic interpretation which construes depression as pent-up aggression.</p> <p>For therapy, one prescribes the Chakra and conflict agent that responded in the tests, i.e. Chavita® 3 in the above example (for the upper abdomen, where, according to the old saying, “the rage lives”) and the associated conflict agent Emvita® 9 (with homeopathic high potentiations such as Tarantula, Lycopodium etc., which represent repressed aggression). Using the energetic resonance phenomena which the homeopathic compound remedies trigger, the emotional conflict is dissolved within a number of months. Energy intake thereby becomes increasingly normalized, and the patient experiences a gradual improvement of physical and emotional symptoms.</p> <p>The following case descriptions are representative of the many cases which I have time and time again encountered in my daily clinical practice.</p> <br /> <p style="font-weight: bold;">Case study 1: Monika, 59</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Anamnesis:</span></p> <p> </p> <p> The patient has been suffering from depressions for years, because of which she had taken early retirement. She complains of anxiety and sleep disorders, feels feeble and lacking in drive despite taking Mirtazepin and Maprotilin.</p> <p style="font-style: italic;">The initial examination with the REBA® test device reveals a vitality reading reduced to 30%, likewise emotional resilience. The patient can identify very well with these readings as far as her overall health is concerned. Over the course of 4 therapy sessions in all, 4 subconscious conflicts were found to be blocking energy intake. The themes were “experiencing life as a struggle”, “withdrawal and insult”, “rage” and finally “disrupted self-esteem”. Therapy consists of administering the respective Chavita® and Emvita® remedies corresponding to each of the conflict themes, easily taken as morning and evening dosages of 12 drops each.</p> <p> </p> <p style="font-style: italic;"> By the end of treatment, the readings for vital strength and emotional resilience had risen to 90%, which was clearly reflected in how the patient felt: much more active and stable, anxiety gone, she sleeps well, her drive has markedly improved, she can recognize and realize her goals. The antidepressants are no longer needed. </p> <p>The next case points up how young people also are suffering more and more frequently from depression. We have noticed in the practice that the number of juvenile and teenage depressions is regrettably on the rise.</p> <br /> <p style="font-weight: bold;">Case study 2: Ingo, 23</p> <p><span style="text-decoration: underline;">Anamnesis:</span></p> <p style="font-style: italic;"> Ingo has been suffering for several months from a strong inner unrest, feeling very tense. He has been depressed ever since his parents' divorce and his grandmother's death. He does not feel up to the demands of his schoolwork. Despite psychotherapy and taking, initially, Fluoxetin and then later Cipralex, he is not doing any better.</p> <p style="font-style: italic;"> The first testing session's readings reflect his clearly reduced sensitivities: a Vital reading of only 20% and an Emotional reading of a mere 25% are measured. Six therapy sessions are needed to dissolve the conflict themes “flight from reality”, “withdrawal and insult”, “feeling closed in”, “frustration”, “perseverance” with the corresponding homeopathic compound remedies Chavita® and Emvita®.</p> <p style="font-style: italic;"> Thanks to the energy increase resulting from the treatment, the Vital reading rose to 100% and Emotional to 95%. He experienced a noticeable increase in his sense of well-being, and by his own testimony things are going doing great; he feels more and more up to the demands of his schoolwork and made a good grade on the final exam. He feels balanced and centered, is no longer restless and has plenty of drive. The thoracic pressure has disappeared, and he no longer needs Cipralex.</p> <br /> <p style="font-weight: bold;">Summary</p> <p> In treating depression with Psychosomatic Energetics, it is not always possible—as in the aforementioned cases—to discontinue antidepressants. Nevertheless, it can be clearly said that PSE treatment enables most patients to find their way back to their true quality of life. The resolution of subconscious energy-storing conflicts gives them back their lost life energy. Improving the energetic situation goes hand-in-hand with greatly increased physical and psychological well-being, more drive and sufficient stamina for everyday life.</p> <p> During the months of PSE therapy, the patient re-acquires the courage to face life, and can slowly but steadily overcome the emotional low points. To this extent, PSE in a sense also has a psychotherapeutic effect. The entire healing process proceeds gently, effectively and with enduring effect, as the results once achieved are either permanent or at least long-lasting. Because of its simplicity and clarity, I consider PSE to be an outstanding diagnostic and therapeutic method for dealing sensibly and effectively in everyday practice with the increasingly prevalent problem of depression. This method has become an integral and indispensable part of my naturopathic and holistically oriented daily practice.</p> <br /> <br /> <img style="float: left; margin-right: 15px; border-width: 0px; border-style: solid;" src="http://biomedicine.com/images/articles/Rubimed/Birgitt_Holschuh-Lorang.jpg" alt="Birgitt Holschuh-Lorang" height="150" width="157" /> <p>Dr.med. Birgitt Holschuh-Lorang MD<br /> General practitioner<br /> Zum Scheidberg 9<br /> 66798 Wallerfangen-Gisingen<br /> GERMANY</p> <br clear="all" /> <br /> <br /> <hr /> <br /> <br />urn:uuid:cf5c1cd9-d3e4-4a1d-9f0f-51b65d054003http://terra-medica.com/articles/2013/06/14/swiss-physician-thomas-rau-rejects-medical-status-quo Swiss Secret Pleo Sanum Biological Medicine Optimal Health alternative-medicine Thomas Rau Articles General Article Swiss physician Thomas Rau rejects medical status quoSwiss physician and alternative-medicine guru Thomas Rau isn’t afraid to utter the unspeakable. “The main message is chronic diseases are curable,” the medical director of the Paracelsus Clinic says on the line from his office just outside of Zurich....Fri, 14 Jun 2013 16:18:56 Z<img style="border-width: 0px; border-style: solid;" src="http://terra-medica.com/images/articles/COL_Health_Rau_2373.jpg" alt="Dr. Thomas Rau" /> <div style="font-size: smaller; margin-top: -10px;">Dr. Thomas Rau’s biological-medicine approach builds up the body’s strength.</div> <p>Swiss physician and alternative-medicine guru Thomas Rau isn’t afraid to utter the unspeakable.</p> <p>“The main message is chronic diseases are curable,” the medical director of the Paracelsus Clinic says on the line from his office just outside of Zurich.</p> <p>Rau, author of The Swiss Secret to Optimal Health: Dr. Rau’s Diet for Whole Body Healing, maintains that several chronic diseases—including multiple sclerosis, ulcerative colitis, rheumatoid arthritis, and Hashimoto’s disease—can be successfully treated by strengthening intestinal membranes and microorganisms in the gut. He even claims to have had success treating cancer patients in this way.</p> <p>“We should be proseptic, not antiseptic,” he says.</p> <p>At the Paracelsus Clinic, which employs 92 staff and treats 300 patients per day, staff conduct comprehensive stool analyses, examine fatty-acid profiles, and conduct environmental-toxin tests on patients. According to Rau, the goal is to determine the degree to which the patient’s body has degenerated.</p> <p>Louis Pasteur, a 19th-century French chemist, is credited with discovering how bacteria cause disease by invading the body. Antibiotics work on the premise that by killing bacteria, the patient will be cured.</p> <p>Rau turns that notion on its head by maintaining that a deteriorating human body provides fertile opportunities for outside pathogens to flourish. But if the body is sufficiently upgraded—and, according to him, 80 percent of the immune system’s T cells are in the gut—then these outside agents will not pack nearly as much punch. So he practises “biological medicine” by focusing attention on building up the body’s defences.</p> <p>“We work for the body rather than against the bacteria,” Rau says.</p> <p>He mentions that testing has demonstrated that a large number of Swiss residents of the Rhine Valley carry the spirochete bacteria that cause Lyme disease in their bodies, but show no symptoms. “They were all positive for Lyme, but they were as healthy as can be,” he says.</p> <p>Rau also claims that neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, are linked to an imbalance between the body’s deterioration and its capacity to rebuild itself. “ALS is, of course, not my favourite [disease to treat] because there is not a real cure,” he concedes.</p> <p>The physician and author is also a staunch critic of antibiotics because he feels that these drugs destroy the intestinal microbes. He rejects the use of anti-inflammatory medications, and says the worst are probably the anticholesterol remedies.</p> <p>“We always have to integrate the intestines in all the healing processes because when the intestines are good, the upbuilding forces get better,” he says.</p> <p>Last month, the Straight highlighted the research of UBC microbiologist Brett Finlay, who pointed out that a person carries 10 times as many microbial cells as human cells. At the time, Finlay cautioned that researchers have not determined which microbes increase or alleviate the risk of developing autoimmune disorders. Researchers in his lab have demonstrated that transferring fecal material from healthy mice to rodents with asthma or infectious diarrhea has had an impact on these conditions.</p> <p>Earlier this month, Baylor University College of Medicine assistant professor of molecular virology and microbiology Joseph Petrosino told the Straight that researchers there are investigating whether there’s a viral trigger, such as an enterovirus, for Type 1 diabetes, which is an autoimmune disease.</p> <p>In North America, it appears that there’s a growing interest in studying the role that intestinal microbes play in disease, but most mainstream medical practitioners are not linking these bugs in the gut to chronic conditions. And that means a significant number of people are still willing to travel across an ocean for treatment at the Paracelsus Clinic.</p> <p>“About half our business is created by non-European patients,” Rau says.</p> <p>Finlandia Pharmacy & Health Centre and Biomed present a public lecture by Dr. Thomas Rau at 7 p.m. on Tuesday (June 18, 2013), in the Alice MacKay Room at the Vancouver Public Library’s central branch.</p> <br /> <br /> <hr /> <br /> <br />urn:uuid:c794f191-0f59-4973-96b6-3928170a9409http://terra-medica.com/articles/2013/06/02/rubimed-chapter-10---the-reba-test-device-with-demonstration-of-rubimed-testing Online Course Videos Rubimed Chapter 10 - The Reba Test Device with Demonstration of Rubimed Testing<div style="margin: 25px;"> <center> <object width="650" height="360" id="Minimalist1369853467202" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="http://biomedicine.com/video/rubimed/onlinecourse/Minimalist.swf"> <param name="movie" value="http://biomedicine.com/video/rubimed/onlinecourse/Minimalist.swf"> <param name="allowFullScreen" value="http://terra-medica.com/Feeds/true"> <param name="bgcolor" value="#000000"> <param name="wmode" value="http://terra-medica.com/Feeds/window"> <param name="flashvars" value="domainKeys=3155b8196e0bfe173a67fdb0db678807&source=http://biomedicine.com/video/rubimed/onlinecourse/Chapters-10-15-source.xml&scaleMode=maintainAspectRatio&playMode=onDemand&loop=true&shuffle=false&volume=80&mute=false&shareLink=&bufferTime=5&useStageVideo=false&playerColor1=0x303030&playerColor2=0xffffff&playerColor3=0x666666&movieBackgroundColor=0xFFFFFF&autoHideControls=true&backgroundVisible=true&playButton=true&navigationButtons=true&elapsedTimeControl=true&seekBar=true&totalTimeControl=true&hdButton=false&volumeButton=true&fullscreenButton=true&thumbnailDock=true&showInfo=true&shareButtons=false"></object></center> </div>Sun, 02 Jun 2013 00:00:59 Zurn:uuid:c9a07b1a-0909-476c-9450-bb8e7a3ac253http://terra-medica.com/articles/2013/06/02/rubimed-chapter-09---demonstration-rubimed-testing-muscle-testing-with-the-rubimed-basic-test-kit Online Course Videos Rubimed Chapter 09 - 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