All that being said, the sad fact of the reality is that there are too many people who are suffering in silence. Not good...for anyone. Some might believe that talking about troubles and trials only makes them worse. Really, who wants to hear about them? Most people have enough of their own, right? Isn't it really just another form of complaining? However, I have recently come to a full realization of how the single act of sharing a burden or a problem with someone can help lighten the load. Okay, yes, sometimes if we are the one listening to someone share their burdens, it can get old after awhile...sometimes to the point where we just want to say to them, "Dude, just get over it!" Nobody really wants to listen to someone rant and rave incessantly. It's such a downer to listen to someone who complains endlessly in a negative way that will never lead to a solution. However, there are those times that sharing troubles and sorrows can be very helpful. Finding someone who is trustworthy, caring and wise is the key. Sometimes just finding someone who cares enough to listen and pray is all that is needed. Being able to talk is therapeutic, Dr. Wayne told me that crying is very healing. The point is, if something is bothering you, weighing you down, or bogging you down emotionally...do something about it, don't just ignore it. Never be embarrassed or afraid to get professional help if you need it...it's really okay.
The visit to Corpus Christi was amazing. I love Dr. Wayne, he is an amazing person so full of wisdom and common sense. Here's what came out of the visit. The scan results indicated adrenal exhaustion, a kidney that is not functioning at full capacity, congested lymph glands, a fatty liver, lungs that are not functioning at full capacity - with a parasite dwelling in them, and a troubled digestive system.
I am struggling with the last finding on the scan, red flag conditions that could lead to Parkinson's Disease. My grandmother had it. It helps explain the tremors, the seizure like activity that is not seizure related, and all the other unexplained symptoms that the traditional doctors can find no explanation for. There is no test for Parkinson's Disease. As symptoms develop, a neurologist can evaluate them and then after awhile, with the presence of enough symptoms, a diagnosis can be given. At least that is what has been explained to me.
I am not claiming this disease, but choosing to take proactive steps to take better care of myself. I know vaccines are a hot topic, and honestly, don't have an opinion about them yet...but during my 12 years of military service, I was given so many of them I lost count! We were never told what the purpose for them was, we were just injected over and over again. Prior to being deployed to the Gulf War, we were given multiple rounds of vaccines, and again, with no explanation of what any of them were for. During my stay in the desert, we lived in tents following the infantry around while providing combat communication support. The chemical alarms would go off randomly, and we would repeatedly be told to disregard them. It's probably safe to say that I have most likely ingested a few toxins over the years! In the world we live in today - who hasn't?
The Phazx machine is pretty amazing. It indicated the presence of autism in my son before the traditional medical doctors did. It has "read my mail" so to speak on so many occasions, time after time. It's technology is based on the science of physics and biology. I am puzzled as to why this machine is not used in modern traditional medicine...well, I can sort of, but it's speculation that I won't go into here. Anyway, I'm not advocating this machine over traditional medicine at all, just saying it could definitely be a useful tool if it were combined with traditional medicine. As with anything, common sense and wisdom must be used.
For the curious, here is the regimen of supplements Dr. Wayne prescribed for me:
Bio Digeszyme P - Aids in digestion and nutrient assimilation. Enhances the breakdown of protein, carbohydrates and fats, useful in between meals to decrease the inflammatory process.
Bio Metabolic Balancer - For balancing the endocrine system. Provides coenzyme forms of the B vitamin, alpha lipoic acid, COQ10 for assisting the Mitochondria in producing ATP.
Bio Thyro Balance - Provides nutrients for enhancing the activity of the thyroid and adrenal glands, increases metabolism.
Bio Vaso Tone - Supports the endothelial lining of the artery, vein and capillary promoting nitric oxide production which aids in the prevention and reversal of artherosclerosis, helps prevent high blood pressure.
Cerebraplex - For temporary relief of nervous fatigue, nervous twitch, confusion and forgetfulness.
Cilantro Plus - Fortifier of the immune system, supports symptoms of neurological complaints, including memory loss, constipation, joint pain, and skin conditions. Chelating properties may mobilize mercury, lead and aluminum.
Licroplex - Fortifier for the adrenal glands, fatigue, lowered energy output, liver detox.
Milk Thistle (Time Released) - Helps protect the liver against ingested toxins, providing it with proper nutrients to allow it to function at maximum capacity. Helps stabilize cellular membranes, preventing the intake of some toxins and subsequent damage. Stimulates protein synthesis in liver cells and has antioxidant properties.
Through additional testing and tools that he has available, Dr. Wayne was also able to recommend a couple of different diets that would be compatible with my system. I didn't realize that random dieting just for the sake of losing pounds can actually be harmful. Not every diet is good for everybody. Just because it's a food item, doesn't mean that our body's system is going to embrace it as such and break it down properly for assimilation. He scanned the hundreds of diets that are available - (wow! there so many) - and determined the top three that are best for me. In the order of best, they are the Mediterranian Diet, the Vegan Diet, and the Gluten-Casein Free diet.
I'm only sharing with you what I am doing for me. In no way do I think this is THE only way that is right, or something that everybody has to do or should do! No way. It's just the way for me for now. We all have to do what we believe is good for us...and sometimes that includes trying new or different things. Taking care of ourselves is so important. It's going to give us more energy to live life to the fullest. It will help us live longer and be around for our loved ones -especially for our children who are counting on us to be there for them. It's a new day, and there's no time like today to take a better path to wellness and health.
Until next time, blessings to you.
Dr. Wayne also suggested a supplement for Malachi called PXP, made from the extract of purple rice. He also suggested detoxfying his liver with dandiplex, made from the extract of dandelions. I will keep you posted on how that's going.