Facts and Stats on illness and disease (#1)

by admin on January 16, 2011

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• Center for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta says that 90% of all health issues are related to stress.

• Dr. Bruce Lipton – Stanford University Medical School – says, 95% of all illness and disease is linked to stress.

• Time Magazine called high blood pressure “the stealth killer”. Stress has been identified as a cause of high blood pressure again and again.

• A USA Today article called, “Manage Stress, Manage Illness” cites sources prestigious universities and institutes:

o Harvard
o Arizona State University
o University of North Carolina
o Michigan Tech University
o National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
o American Medical Association (AMA)
o Tulane
o University of Indiana
o University Cancer Center
o Department of Health and Human Services
o Mayo Clinic
o Vanderbilt
o Yale Stress Center
o National Academy of Science
o Boston University

• Physiological stress, simply put, is when our nervous system is out of balance.

• The largest part of the nervous system is the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS).

• Memory is stored and held in the cells, not found in flesh and blood.

“Energy medicine is the final frontier.” “It is the ultimate form of healing.”
~Professor William Tiller, Stanford University

Source: Ben Johnson, MD, DO, NMD and Alex Loyd, PhD, ND, The Healing Code

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