Yoga, chiropractic and HIV-AIDS

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Chiropractic is a basic principle 33 that includes its philosophy. The first principle is that there is intelligence in the universe (Universal Intelligence). This intelligence is present in every material and gives substance to all attributes and actions.

The material formulation of universal intelligence is the chiropractic meaning of life. This is Principle 2.

This intelligence is present in the body and the so-called innate intelligence (principle # 20). There are many functions of innate intelligence. It adapts to the environment of the body and maintains health (principle 23) and does everything in the body that we do not have to think, such as digestion, assimilation, excretion, healing of wounds, immune function and thousands of other activities [19659002] Native intelligence works through the nervous system (principle # 28). Interference with this innate intelligence results in a lack of harmony or illness (principles 29 and 30). Interference in the body is due to subluxation in the spinal column (Principle 31). The vertebral subluxation is a vicious vertebrae that interferes with neural messages between the brain and the body. Chiropractic doctors specialize in localizing, analyzing, and repairing vertebral subluxations. Subluxation is caused by trauma, toxins (dietary impurities, respiration, exposure to toxins, etc.) and thoughts (which can cause stressful responses).

Most of the chiropractic work with HIV / AIDS patients is new and very clinical. Clinical studies demonstrate chiropractic lubrication: 1) enhancing the functioning of the immune system, 2) assisting the secondary symptoms (for example, peripheral neuropathy), 3) treating life's problems (stress reduction, prevention of illnesses and symptoms). Each of them is capable of achieving a more positive quality of life for HIV / AIDS patients. This, in turn, increases life expectancy

Chiropractic is very much justified. Psychoimmunity and healing process: A holistic approach to relief and AIDS The use of chiropractic strongly Recommended:

For AIDS and immunosuppressive diseases, it is important to coordinate the body with chiropractic coordination, especially the medulla axis and coccyx in order to alleviate stress and tension. Adjustment of the medulla oblongata allows a flow of flows flowing along the nervous system to help the immune system. Proper co-ordination of coccyx, which is the reflex point of the adrenal gland, helps in the proper functioning of the endocrine system and nervous system; by helping to "ground" and centralize the individual, it promotes tranquility and reduces stress.

To relieve pituitary-length stress, we recommend adjusting the entire cranial area – especially the relaxation and alleviation of tension in the sagittal seamless temporal mandible. P. 127

PNI (psychoneuroimmunology)

There is a new science that is deeply rooted in Western empiricism, Psychoneuroimmunology (PNI). This is a science that combines immunology, neurology and endocrinology. Coincidentally, the experimental conditioning of the immune system began. Robert Ader and Nicholas Cohen studied taste in animals by pairing a saccharine flavored solution with a nausea-producing drug that simultaneously suppressed the immune system. After conditioning (the drug was no longer given) suppression of the immune system was produced even when saccharin was administered and higher mortality rates. Conditioning of the immune system with other animals

PNI is devoting more attention to good research. Nobody did anything more than Dr. Candice Pert. He is Pharmacologist and Research Professor at Georgetown University at the Department of Biophysics and Physiology. Dr. Pert was the Head of Brain Biochemistry for 13 years at the National Health Institute. It conducts research that demonstrates that neurodegenerative, immune and endocrine systems have a "multidirectional communication network tied together by information carriers known as neuropeptides." Many well-inspected physiological substrates show that communication in both directions exists in each of these areas and organs.

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Many brain locus enriches many emotion-mediating brain regions with many neuropeptide receptors suggesting that processing of information on these nodes exhibits convergence. In addition, neuropeptide receptors in cellular immune systems also occur: monocytes are capable of chemotherapy is given to a number of neuropathies through the processes of structural activity analysis mediated by different receptors that are distinct from the brain. Thus, neuropeptides and their receptors associate the brain, glands and the immune system in the communication network between the brain and the body,

It has finally shown that emotion can affect the functioning of the immune system, not only that, but also found that the body is a subconscious mind! Do you think anyone who is self-centered it feels good self-image and good self-esteem, not health. Think again! PWA (AIDS people) this battle daily, minute by minute, momentarily

the role of chiropractic can now be considered mind / body therapy. By the time we work with the nervous system, emotions and the entire PNI network are affected. This yoga together is a powerful self-healing model.

There are plenty of anatomical information that can correlate with the effects of Chiropractic. Harvard Doctor, Herbert Benson's First Book, The Relaxation Response, written in the seventies, was a physiology of meditation. Meditation has allowed the doctor to do so-called "super man" acts such as reducing heart rate, respiration and metabolic rate, and reducing the response of pain, muscle tension, and stress response. He came to the conclusion that the power of meditation comes from changing the nervous system from sympathy to parasympathetic ways. The parasympathetic system counterbs the "flight or flight" (sympathetic) response. The sympathetic system responds to what is happening during stress

When stress prevents the emotion molecules from flowing freely, where necessary, the highly autonomous processes that flow through a peptide such as respiration, blood flow, immunity, digestion, and elimination , crashes into some simple feedback loops and overturns normal healing. "(Pert, pp. 242-243)

Stress generally plays a major role in health, especially in PWA, stress associated with sympathetic nervous system to release glucocytic (steroids). diabetes, osteoporosis, suppression of the immune system (infection and cancer), peptic ulcers, internal bleeding, elevated cholesterol, impotence, intermittent menstruation and ulcers only mention some. [19659002] Anatomically speaking, chiropractic seeks to balance the nervous system, The psycho-immune and healing process: A holistic approach to mental and aids is the best example of a parasitic syndrome The coccyx is not only the reflex point of the adrenal gland, but also the nerve center of the Ganglion Impar, the parasympathetic system. The authors also mention medulla oblongata. The medulla oblongata is the center of the vagal nerve. This "migrating" nerve is the parasympathetic innervation of the heart, lung, stomach, esophagus, stomach, entire small intestine, colon, liver, gall bladder, pancreas and upper bladder. (This is the same anatomy in yoga that we will discuss later.)

Many techniques are used to trigger a parasympathetic reaction. One technique is the Sacred Occipital Technique, produced by Bertrand De Jarnette, D.C. Major discovered. The Logan technique is another that works with gangster ligaments to indirectly affect Ganglion Imparra. Dr. John Upledger found the CranioSacral technique, which aroused a parasympathetic response.

Yoga and chiropractic, in many respects, have a similar philosophy and anatomy. Yoga calls life force (born) Prana. Prana is in the material, but it does not matter. Prana is preserved through the chakras, which are energy centers. There are seven chicks, six of them related to neurological plexus. There is the Muladhara, which corresponds to the sacral plexus. Swadhisthana is equivalent to the prostate plexus. Manipura corresponds to the solar panel. Anahata is similar to the heart's plexus. The laryngeal plexus is parallel to Vishudda. It is placed between the eyebrows and corresponds to the cavernosus plexus. The pineal gland is anatomically equivalent to Sahasrara, which is its crown acacia

Nadis is the nerve channels through which prana flows. Sushumna nadi is the spinal cord; and Pingala nadi and Ida nadi are related to the sympathetic nervous system and the parasympathetic nervous system. Asanas and pranayama are used to clean the nadis. When these nadis are blocked, prana can not flow freely and poor health outcomes.

Chiropractic and yoga also deal with lifestyle issues. Chiropractic and yoga firmly believe that you are the one you are eating. Pure and moderate nutrition gives the best physical and mental health protection, harmony and vitality to the body and mind. In the philosophy of chiropractic, there is the concept of limiting matter (principle 24). Native intelligence works 100% and is perfect, but the material in which it works does not. The substance is the body, and (unfortunately) tends to become aging and to be damaged. In order to achieve optimal health, innate intelligence needs to have the optimum media. An optimal body with good nutrition will bring innate intelligence so close to the perfect medium as physically possible.

BJ Palmer, a developer of chiropractic, wrote in his book Palmer's Life Law (1956), [1965:002] The yogis of India are mentally right to the truth.

A sincere yogi would make an excellent chiropractor with illness if he could and was able to correct mediator adaptation to restore Inner Inner power to make understanding more perfect. The yogis assume that each of them is the lightest posture that is assumed for hours or days. Thus they attain the peace and abundance of peace and "fit in infinity" (Sheldon). 22

Another mutual concept of exercise. Practice is essential in healthcare. There is a certain amount of activity needed to make our body healthy. Unfortunately, I believe that American society has placed excessive emphasis on physical activity to emphasize the body to induce subliction (s). Yoga is not a stressful exercise. This allows everyone to work at their own pace and endurance. Ironically, under the asan the posture is constantly focused. This prevents the effects of subluxation (s) and vital energy. This brings another similarity. The concept of positive thinking also lies in chiropractic philosophy. There are three things that can cause sublucations. These are trauma (toxins), toxins (bad nutrition, environmental protection, self-induced smoking (ie cigarette smoking)) and thinking. Negative thoughts can cause stress on the body; there by causing muscle tension and possibly subluxation. Sublutures have an effect on vital energy.

There are five main principles in yoga philosophy. 1) Appropriate relaxation that enters the body to release muscle tension, keep the energy and leave all the worry and fear. 2) Proper exercise: this occurs in yoga positions called asanas. They function systematically to all parts of the body by stretching muscles and ligaments, thereby retaining the spine and joints flexibly while improving blood circulation. 3) Good diet with natural food. The body is light and flexible while maintaining a high degree of resistance to the disease. 4) Positive Thinking and Meditation. This will help remove negative thoughts and reassure the mind. 5) Last but not least, proper breathing. Proper respiration breathes completely and rhythmically, thus utilizing the capacity of all lungs, eventually increasing the oxygen uptake. (Side note: It is interesting that the function of the sacred pump will increase if both posture and breathing are exercised more). By the pranayama called yoga-breathing exercises, one person absorbs body filling and mental state control by checking the flow of life called prana.

Following a brief summary of yoga and chiropractic philosophies, I focus on yogic thinking about prana and innate intelligence, how to control and link them. Native intelligence is in living material, and prana is in everything. Intelligence is universally divided (which has everything) and congenital (which only has living material). Prana is not divided into living and non-living, but all things are energy (vibrates, in other proportions). Native intelligence is related to well-designed, living material. Since innate material does not live, innate intelligence is the source of all living things. Prana is the vitality of matter, but it does not matter (like innate intelligence). Prana is flowing along neuro pathways (just like innate intelligence). If this energy flow is interrupted, there is an illness. This energy is called different kinds of cultures (IE chi, life energy, life force, qi, etc.). Regardless of what you call it, the fact without you is without life.

I focus on three aspects of yoga: posture (asana), breathing control (pranayama) and meditation (dyhana). These are from Yoga 8 Stage 3

Yoga is the breath of life. It has two functions for proper breathing. One is to get more oxygen into the blood and thus into the brain. Two to check prana.

Your breathing pattern reflects your mind. If you are in flight or combat (angry or scared), your breath will be shallow, fast and irregular. The opposite is true if the breathing pattern changes in calm or deep thinking. It will be slow, deep and controlled. Yogic breathing teaches you how to control prana and control your mind

. As the state of mind is reflected in breath quality, breath control also affects the state of mind. "The practice of pranayama quickly induces the relaxation reaction and its immune response." B.S.K. Iyengar (the founder of Iyengar Yoga), asana and pranayama practice balance the nadist and sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems.

Candice Pert assists in enforcing the effects of pranayama:

Conscious breathing, yogi and working women are extremely powerful. There is a wealth of data that shows that changes in the speed and depth of breath change the amount and type of peptides released from the brain stem and vice versa. By making the process conscious and doing something to change – or your breathing or breathing very quickly – the peptides quickly diffuse throughout the cerebral fluid to restore homeostasis, the body's feedback mechanism to restore and maintain balance ….. The peptide-to-air link is well-documented: practically any other peptide is found in the respiratory center. This peptide substrate can provide a scientific foundation for the powerful healing effects of deliberately controlled breathing patterns.

Let's talk about anatomy. The reticular activation system (RAS) is located in the middle secretion. Responsible for keeping awake. It comes directly and indirectly from many other brain centers, most or all sensory systems, and chemicals circulating in the blood.

When RAS remains silent, brain waves slower in all regions. To reduce RAS activity, sensory stimulation should be reduced. Decreasing sensory stimulation increases RAS inhibitory stimuli

There are areas that actively inhibit RAS. One is the seedbed of the seeds. This core can be activated by stimulating baroreceptors (blood pressure monitors). These receptors, located in the carotid sinus and aortic arteries, stretching, by increasing blood pressure, nerve signals are transmitted to the nucleus of the lonely tract. The lonely nucleus thus sends signals that activate parasympathetic seeds and inhibit sympathetic nuclei. Finally, it results in slowing down the heart and dilating blood vessels that cause a decrease in blood pressure. (This will be re-considered in the asana debate).

Now let's talk about the respiratory center. It consists of three groups that lie between the oblongata and the pons. (1) The dorsal breathing group responsible for inspiration. (2) Ventricular respiratory tract, both of which result in inspiration and maturity. (3) The pneumotoxic middle group helps control the ratio and breathing pattern. The dorsal respiratory tract of the neurons plays the most important role in respiratory regulation.

All or most of the neurons are found in the nucleus of the tractus solitarius, although other neurons in the adjacent reticular material of the intestine are likely to play an important role in the respiratory system. The solitary nucleus of the tract is both a sensory ending in both vagus and sensory endings, vagus and glossopharyngeal nerves that transmit sensory signals to the respiratory center from peripheral tubes, baroreceptors and multiple types of receptors to the lungs. Guyton, pg. 525

The release of peptides in the respiratory center would have a direct impact on the parasympathetic system. This will help to activate the relaxation response.

"Our intention, as we breathe, is to regulate it to calm down and concentrate the mind on meditation." In the meditation the breath is at hand and the mind stops. That is why it is important that the conscious mind is on vacation, empty, open, receptive to allow something new to come to emptiness to acquaint himself with it. " BJ Palmer 1961, PG 87

With this statement, BJ Palmer tells For us to be silent in the mind How to achieve this We do this with the art of meditation Meditation allows us to turn our senses into and stop the inner strokes of the trained mind When the mind focuses on a single thought, the inner chat stops. (Ghost Control plays a central role in yoga science)

In BKS Iyengar's reflection / body / spirit level, "Integrating meditation is to rebuild human disintegrating parts. the body is different from your mind, and your mind is different from your soul, which means you are dissecting yourself. "(The Tree of Yoga, p. 143)

Meditation can take place in many different forms: Transcendental Meditation, pranayama, chi gong, tai chi, bond, setting, and the list resumes. , focusing on ideas or emotions, it can be called meditation. Athletes who are very focused on sports call the zone. To suppress the mind, to focus attention, and stop the alien thoughts, begin to understand its true nature. Discover the wisdom and the peace of mind

Many wise men and gurus practiced meditation, Jesus meditated in the desert for 90 days, with so much contact with his innate and universal intelligence, his presence had a healing effect.It is the greatest example of our body is the true healing powers. Buddha meditated to enlighten under the bodhi tree Several studies of meditation have been conducted These studies were conducted through various sciences and researchers

Such a study by Herbert Benson in the Harvard Medical School in 1981 studied the tradition of Tibetan monks tumo Tumo can withstand by raising the cold through the inner body temperature through meditation. They are practiced by sitting naked in the snow while packing at a high altitude on a damp cloth. The Lama monks here were able to lift their body temperature to prevent hypothermia or frostbite.

In the book of Michael Murphy (19459004), the body's future: the further development of human nature, documents the remarkable management of the organization. Relief of pain (seen by many), reduction of blood pressure, heart rate, respiration, muscle tension, lactate and metabolism are some of the physiological effects. Synchronizing brain waves between the right and the left and between the front and the back can be the cause of meditation behavioral effects. They have been documented as an improved sense of sensory, perception, response time, motor skills and cognitive abilities, including concentration and attention. In 1978 Robert Keith Wallace studied transcendental meditations. He examined the effects of meditation on aging. Three simple variants have been studied: blood pressure, hearing loss and near vision. These three are deteriorating as a biological age. The biological age shows how well the organization of an individual works well with the average population. Candida Pert believes: "… the most effective way to reduce stress is meditation, because it allows us, even without awareness, to release the emotions that are captured in ways that prevent healthy bio-chemical substances from flowing." (P. 293). "Meditation, if long-buried thoughts and feelings are left down, is a way of re-reaching the peptides and returns the body and emotions to health" (Pert, 244)

TKV Desikachar seems to be He writes: "Dhyana (meditation) strengthens self-reliance, makes yoga independent, we all want to be free, although many depend on psychologists, gurus, teachers, drugs or anything else, even though we are ultimately the best our actions: nobody cares about us better than me, using dhyana (meditation) to find our own way our brains and our system in making decisions and understanding our behavior better. ( pg83)

B.K.S Iyengar developed a passive pose called as restorative animals (asanas). These poses have an exceptional effect on the relaxation reaction. "The relaxation reaction of Savasana, meditation, pranayama, and restorative poses promotes the observation and reactivity of a healthy immune system."

Restorative poses are classic poses modifications. The muscles remain silent. Positions are aligned to supplies. The postures of the backward hero pose, the child pose, supported by a knit angle,

supported half-plow, supported bridge, supported by two-legged inverted staff, feet up the wall.

The poses of the last four poses are the physiological effect of the production of relaxation response. Roger Cole has a Ph.D. in Health Psychology. He's a yogi too. He states: "The fact that a full relaxation response that contains many different, mutually reinforcing physiological processes can be triggered at one time by stimulating a single area of ​​the brain is very important to understanding relaxation exercises, that the ability to relax, wiring, if you want, is all built on us, and our mission is not to create a rest but to allow – to liberate our existing ability, relaxation conditions and then passivity and let the process develop in itself. "

Moves the parasympathetic nervous system upside down, muscle relaxation, with a slight pressure on the eyeballs. and exhalation. Under-headed postures stimulate baroreceptors in carotid sinus and aortic arteries. "These receptors, when stretched by increasing blood pressure, send nerves to the lonely tract of the brain stem, the lonely tract core, but sends signals that activate one or more brain parasympathetic nuclei and inhibit one or more sympathetic nuclei, heart retardation and dilatation of blood vessels , which cause a decrease in blood pressure, while the fetal nucleus also promotes relaxation in other parts of the nervous system "(see Figure 1). Cole proves that there is physiology and can be obtained through yoga restorative poses. It also proves that exhalation activates the lonely nucleus. The core of the lonely track actively inhibits medullary RAS. This also refers to pranayama.

YOGA

Yoga is a unit. The unification of the individual soul with the Universal Spirit is yoga. But this is too abstract to be easy to understand, so at the level of understanding I can say that yoga is the unity of the body and the mind with the soul. Nine percent suffer in some way, physically, mentally or spiritually. The science of yoga helps keep the body as a temple so as to be as pure as the soul. The body is lazy, the mind is lively and the soul is bright. Yogic exercises develop the body to the level of vibrant consciousness so that both the body and the mind are both vibrant to the light of the soul

After discussing all three of the three physiological and anatomical effects of limbs, yoga, secondary benefits and recommendations just as compelling. Stress increased significantly compared to PWA: side effects of drug cocktails (diarrhea, neuropathy, liver function, hypertension, high cholesterol, diabetes, nausea, digestive problems), discrimination, discovery, racism and homophobia

Chapel Hill According to a study conducted by University at North Carolina University in May, more than one average PWA is twice or twice as fast. And last year, a study published at Miami University, Florida, stress hormone and epinephrine were significantly lower in PWAs who participated in weekly stress management sessions. Even better, the study also showed that the same group contains higher CD8 cells that are known to help regulate the HIV virus.

Catholic priest Father Joe Pereira, from the Upper House of Bombs yoga for 27 years. In 1981 he founded the Kripa Foundation. He believes that once we get in touch with the divine presence of us, we can heal ourselves. This is what the 24 center helps people understand with yoga. He started wolves and expanded PWA.

Results of HIV-positive people. He replied: "All I can say is that in my therapeutic communities, when emphasizing yoga and meditation, people who are worried and strained as HIV-positive, have this anxiety and live their lives. living well and making a Western blot test, have proved to be negative. "When Mary Mary Schatz questioned whether yoga would stop or reverse AIDS progression? Válaszát "senki sem tudja ….. A jóga stresszkezelése és szorongáscsökkentő szempontjai számos krónikus és gyógyíthatatlan betegségben hasznosak és minden bizonnyal helyénvalóak lennének az élet egyik legsúlyosabb helyzetében." Az asana és a pranayama gyakorlata segít fenntartani az influenza és a szövetek egészségét, és végül a jóga gyakorlata valami pozitívumot kínál az AIDS páciens számára a depresszió, a tehetetlenség és a kétségbeesés érzésének ellensúlyozására. "

A Huston folyó AIDS-aktivista, költő és szerző. A jóga használatával küzdött a fáradtság, a fejfájás és az émelygés elleni heti intravénás gyógyszeres kezeléshez AIDS-hez kapcsolódó autoimmun betegséggel szemben, amely megtámadta csontvelőjét.) "A hullámok alatt – a hurrikán, amely a HIV – Mint a HIV, a jóga segít nekem meghaladni, hogy újra felfedezhessem magam, aztán emlékszem, hogy nem vagyok HIV, nem vagyok az AIDS arca, én vagyok én. "

A jóga remek számos immunerősítő technikával. Hasznos az immunrendszer fellendítése, a másodlagos hatások kezelése és az életmód kérdéseinek kezelése.

A klinikai vizsgálatok során a Chiropractic nagy potenciált mutatott az immunfunkció növelésére. Egy klinikai vizsgálat, melyet az Élõegyetemen végzett néhány chiropractorral, bizonyította, hogy a CD4 sejtek szintje 48% -kal növekedett a kontroll csoporthoz képest. Mindkét csoportot megfigyelték a Rand Corp. SF-36-mal, hogy meghatározzák az életminőséget szubjektíven minősített minősítéssel. A korrigált csoport nagyobb szubjektív javulást mutatott, mint a kontroll csoport.

Számos egyéb előzetes tanulmány is bemutatja az immunrendszer erősítésének ígéretét. 1991-ben Patricia Brennan PhD tanulmányt végzett a polimorf nukleáris (PMN) és a monocyták emelkedéséről a mellkasi beállítást követően. Dr. Pero kutatásában kimondta: "A chiroprac tic betegek a vizsgálatban 200% -kal nagyobb immunérzékenységet értek el, mint azok, akik nem részesültek chiropraktikában és 400% -kal nagyobb immunérzékenységet, mint a rákos vagy más súlyos betegek."

A kiropraktika szintén Segítség a másodlagos tünetekkel. Ezek a másodlagos tünetek általában az elsődleges oka, hogy a kiropraktika gondoskodik. Cikkében Craig Martin DC kijelenti: "Azok a betegek 80% -a, akik valamilyen fokú neuropathiát (pl. Zsibbadást, bizsergést és / vagy égést okoznak egyik vagy mindkét végtagban), jelentettek jelentős csökkenést e tünetek utáni gondozásban [19659002]Patrece Frisbee DC, of Stratogen Health of Miami Beach, a multidisciplinary clinic, reports 80% of her patients are HIV positive, " and they need extensive chiropractic care because of the wide array of side effects that accompany the powerful prescribed medications."

The vertebral subluxation is comprised of five components.

1) Spinal kinesiopathology – the inability to comfortably turn neck, hips, or back in every direction.

2) Neuropathophysiology – Impingement of nerves creating numbness, tingling, pain or pins and needles.

3) Myopathology (tight, spastic, weak, sore, and/or overly sensitive muscular responses.

4) Histopathology Swelling, tenderness, painful spots, and other soft tissue changes.

5) Pathophysiology – muscles, joints, ligaments, and organs show wear and tear and premature aging.( This has proven true in numerous low back pain studies ). These are usually the reasons people see chiropractors. Adjustments alleviate these components, providing a powerful medium to combat primary ,as well as secondary symptoms.

Quality of life is an issue, that has a profound effect on HIV/AIDS patients. Increasing quality of life symbiotically decrease stress, as I will demonstrate, plays a major part in life expectancy.

Testimonials of Chiropractic HIV/AIDS patients are good indicators to quality of life issues. Dr. Craig Martin best describes chiropractic's role in lifestyle:

My own clinical experience has led me to believe that people with AIDS are looking to be educated as to how they can best help themselves with infection. As a Chiropractor, I attempt to provide useful information for leading an immunopositive lifestyle. This includes recommendations on exercise, nutrition, rest, attitude, education and personal habits.

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