Posts Tagged ‘MD’

What are the Differences between Psychiatrists and Psychologists?

Saturday, August 8th, 2009

 

While there are vast differences within these categories and there are books I will review that explain their histories and origins, in a nutshell the main differences between psychiatrists and psychologists are:

 

Psychiatrists prescribe medicine and their main method of treatment consists of medications and secondarily grossly disabling techniques including electroshock and lobotomy.

 

—All medications work upon principles of disabling and toxicity—

 

Psychologists use methods of behavioral treatments that operate upon principles of “sensitization” and “desensitization.”

 

There are many modalities of “talk therapy,” none of which may be considered “toxic” or “disabling”—except when psychologists serve to uphold The Medical Model and “reify” the diagnosis thus causing “iatrogenesis.”

 

Psychologists earn “real” doctoral degrees and are true scientists trained in the scientific method.  In comparison psychiatrists earn “technical degrees” and are mere technicians.

 

Psychiatrists are “medical doctors” and are trained in understanding the risks and benefits of medications.  The “medical doctor” or “MD” degree has existed for less than a century.

 

Psychologists are the original “doctors” and have “doctor of philosophy” degrees.  The “Ph.D.” has four centuries of heritage.

 

“Iatrogenesis” is “physician caused illness” and is not limited to the practices of either psychiatrists or psychologists.

The Cause of Heart Disease and Heart Attacks (Updated & Corrected)

Wednesday, July 29th, 2009

 
While the AMA has been chasing after the wind by claiming and perpetually changing it’s mind about the cause(s) of heart disease and heart attacks, IMHO the cause of heart disease and heart attacks is fluoridated water!

The American Medical Association has claimed all sorts of things and targeted cholesterol and recently histamines as the cause of heart disease and heart attack but currently the prevailing opinion among Medical Doctors of Homoeopathy is that “inflammation” is the cause of most such ailments.

What causes inflammation?

According to Mark Starr, MD and MD(H) in his seminal book “Hypothyroidism Type II” the culprit of “inflammation” might be better known as “Myxedema” which has been known to be associated with thyroid deficiencies since approximately the 1880’s!

According to Jerry Tennant, MD and MD(H) in his public presentation he pointed to the swelling near the heart and aorta on a slide and announced that he suspected the answer to the cause of heart attack and heart disease lays there.

What has taken the medical establishment so long to address this problem?

Today’s thyroid deficiencies may be traced directly to our current practices of fluoridating our water in a manner that doesn’t reduce dental cavities in our children at all!

Allow me to explain:

At the risk of over-simplification, fluorine in our drinking water effects every cell in the body.

Fluorine is highly energized and knocks iodine off from its natural four poles or valences on a thyroid hormone.

Modern blood tests cannot detect these alterations!

Lab tests can’t tell how much “functional” thyroid hormone one has.

While labs test for T4 & T3, their tests do NOT measure T1 & T2.

MORE IMPORTANTLY, BECAUSE OF FLUORINE MOLECULES BINDING TO THE THYROID HORMONES,

LABS TESTS MAY NOT REFLECT WHAT IS OBSERVED CLINICALLY.

Therefore, no one knows how much EFFECTIVE thyroid hormone anyone has!

If you’ve stayed with me this far, understanding the rest is easy.

The thyroid regulates many things. In particular it effects metabolism.

Decreased metabolism has typically shows up as a lower basal body temperature and swelling in the face & body.

You know that double chin or loss of that graceful curve under one’s chin where the neck should be?

Most adults begin showing signs of the loss of graceful neck definition under their chins in the late 20’s!

AND SWELLING AROUND THE HEART AND THE AORTA.

HENCE, INFLAMATION!

Buy Mark Starr’s book and find out for yourself: