Novelty in medicine: Eye clinical attractor

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We were visited by a 31-year-old woman with complaints of a sudden decline in the right eye a week ago. When we questioned her, we found out that she had a problem with the gastrointestinal tract in the last 3 years. She had epigastric pain, belching and periodic diarrhea.

About a month ago, she developed neuritis of the facial nerve and had a twisted face. She visited a neurologist, who gave her a large amount of medication with antibiotics.

There was no effect first, but a month later, vision in her right eye suddenly worsened. After a complete examination, the patient was diagnosed with optic neuritis in the right eye. The borders of the visual field were narrow. It is interesting to note that immediately after the deterioration of vision, signs of neuritis of the facial nerve disappeared in the woman.

The patient was given corticosteroids without antibiotics and a week later her vision was completely restored.

What is interesting in this case? The woman had a problem with the gastrointestinal tract for a long time. Then she suddenly developed neuritis of the facial nerve. Immediately after that, the pain and other symptoms in the gastrointestinal tract completely disappeared.

For a month, she treated the neuritis of the facial nerve, which could not be treated. Finally, she had optic neuritis, and then signs of neuritis of the facial nerve (twisted faces) immediately disappeared. The stomach did not bother her after that.

Consequently, when the patient had a new disease, symptoms of the old disease disappeared. This is characteristic of all people.

Very often migraine occurs after prolonged problems with the gastrointestinal tract.

One day we were visited by a woman with severe headaches that had dogged her for the past three years. She had consulted many doctors, but the pain came back again. We asked her whether she had a problem with her gastrointestinal tract 3 years ago, to which she replied no, but 3.5 years ago she suffered from cholecystectomy. That’s to say the gallbladder also belongs to the gastrointestinal tract (attractor). The removal of the source of pain during surgery did not lead to the disappearance of the disease. It moved to a new level that is regulated by the gastrointestinal tract.

We investigated sensitivity to antibiotics and bacteria of faeces and conducted treatment with very small doses of antibiotics for a week. After that, the pain in the head of the patient completed went away. We slightly reduced the microbial population of the gastrointestinal tract. That’s it.

What is the conclusion from this? The conclusion is that there is the gastrointestinal tract, which we call an attractor and which regulates the activity of the central nervous system, thyroid, heart, and upper extremities.

On my own example and on the example of a large number of patients, we identified symptoms of the disorder of the gastrointestinal attractor. It is a headache and pain in the neck, left shoulder, area below the ribs and sometimes knees. If you have a problem with this, pay attention to diet — the diet which we offer and which does not require special restrictions from you.

Schematically, the clinical gastrointestinal attractor can be imagined as this scheme. We published a similar scheme for the ocular attractor in a scientific journal.

This attractor has its own laws. One of the major ones is the phenomenon of dominance. At each point in time one string is active (a specific organ that is part of this structure). That’s to say if you have pain in the heart, it will disturb your stomach and vice versa.

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The picture shows the scheme of the eye attractor. The second picture shows various eye diseases.

In the upper hemisphere there are diseases that are more common in children and young people. As they grow up, they can have diseases in the deep hemisphere. That’s to say some diseases are more common for each age group. The clinical attractor becomes «unfrozen» and diseases in the deeper layers appear: cataract, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, and so on.

We had a patient who had severe symptoms of chronic conjunctivitis in one eye and pterygium in the other. That’s to say in one case there was conjunctivitis and in another case — pterygium. The same disorder caused different symptoms, although it is one and the same disease.

That is to say the development of human diseases can be seen from a very different position, the position of clinical attractors.

This opens up a whole new way in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases.

Can you imagine that in most diseases a person can be cured in an ultra-short period of time? This may seem incredible, but it’s true.

REFERENCES:

1. Р.В. Гаджиев Взаимосвязь между различными глазными и общими заболеваниями организма Oftalmologiya, 2013 (2), (12), 34-39.
2. http://oftalmologiya.az/journal/articles/2013/12/34-40.pdf

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