"Attack on brain diseases," book by Dr. Paolo Giordo.

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Attack on Brain Diseases
Prevent and treat with natural methods Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Myasthenia Gravis, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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Dr. Paolo Giordo's book, "Attack on Brain Diseases," deals with a subject that in Italy has so far been dealt with in little depth and, above all, has interested little in integrated and "alternative" treatment therapies compared to those applied and recognized by official medicine.

Paolo Giordo http://www.dottorpaologiordo.it/ a physician specializing in neurology, has for many years already gained experience in the treatment of diseases defined as incurable or otherwise not very treatable by medicine through the use of therapies such as nutrition, phytotherapy, homeopathy, homotoxicology, chelation and antioxidant therapies.

He contributes to several peer-reviewed journals and in recent years has been particularly interested in the role of vitamin D3 and its curative properties in various diseases, to the point of becoming one of the Italian contacts for the protocol of Dr. Cicero Coimbra, a Brazilian neurologist, professking of the Federal University of São Paulo (Brazil) and also a researcher in the field of nervous system diseases and autoimmune diseases.

In this text, Dr. Giordo, as a neurologist, tries to explain why, in recent years, there has been a sharp increase in the number of diseases neurodegenerative and autoimmune system that target the brain.

The text consists of nine chapters through which the following is first explained The impact that profound environmental changes have had on our health and in particular the influence that climate, food, cultural and social changes have, and in particular the alterations and damage that pollution (with the hundreds of toxic substances present) causes to our immune system.

The third chapter takes a more in-depth look at the conditions that lead to the onset of neurodegenerative and autoimmune diseases, reviewing causes such as unbalanced carbohydrate metabolism leading to neurodegeneration, certain physical factors, and some commonly used and neurotoxic drugs, to increasingly common food additives (now to be considered a daily dose of poisons), to toxic metals, to the underestimated but very important infectious connection.

The latter involves not only studies linking the occurrence of these diseases to the presence of bacteria and viruses but also commonly tolerated and thought to be non-dangerous infections such as candida that, in reality, turn out to be very insidious and deleterious to the health of our immune system.

Finally, among the predisposing factors, the so-called "technological aggression" that contributes to weakening our bodies is also mentioned.

"The rapid changes in the environment, especially in the last century, have thus put our biological body in a difficult impasse to face and even more to solve."

"Also to be included in this impact are the myriad of air, food, physical and psychological pollutants that go to heavily attack the biological and metabolic balance of our bodies."

The close functional, energetic, endocrine, and immune correlation that our organs have with each other results in a condition that leads to the brain being attacked and becoming the ultimate target of this enormous imbalance.

Thus, the major degenerative diseases that can affect the brain are clearly and comprehensively described; multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), myasthenia gravis, and diseases related to immune imbalance such as fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome are discussed, as mentioned above.

In the book, Dr. Giordo explains how autoimmune and neurodegenerative diseases are steadily and rapidly increasing without conventional medicine having been able to find valid and effective therapies, which is why, in many cases, we come to speak of diseases that are "not amenable to cure" through drugs.

All neurodegenerative and autoimmune diseases are commonly treated by a series of drugs with complicated and fancy names (azathioprine, cyclophosphamide, methotrexate, mitoxantrone) up to and including so-called "new generation" or "biologic" drugs, which are only named biologic.

These are actually "targeted" immunosuppressants or chemotherapeutics, which leave great doubt about their real effectiveness, as there are many patients who have no benefit whatsoever from taking them.

For example, in multiple sclerosis, the various interferons and co-paxone have very partial efficacy in controlling disease activity and progression, and this is all the more significant since the disease itself exhibits a course that is as variable and unpredictable as ever.

Most patients, in fact, continue to have new lesions and new relapses with or without the intervention of therapy.

The neurologist and Nobel Prize winner in medicine Rita Levi Montalcini herself, a few years before her death, had this to say that "both the most common forms of multiple sclerosis and the progressive and secondary forms of multiple sclerosis, to date, are not amenable to cure."

If this is the state of the art of official medicine, which leads both physicians and, above all, patients to despair in the possibility of finding therapies and remedies that are really valid and, above all, that can go to correct the real causes of such pathologies, the so-called unconventional-with a huge push in recent years thanks in part to the Web, which has enabled those interested to be able to document themselves more independently and thoroughly than in the past-are taking enormous steps in the right direction, namely that of investigating the causes of imbalances and finally being able to correct them in order to give hope to those who suffer terribly from these diseases.

At this point, Dr. Giordo, in the face of conventional therapies that do not offer satisfactory solutions, and indeed too often result in side effects for the patient that are as heavy as the diseases they seek to treat, explains how to cope through other treatments.

We then talk about "food therapy" by reviewing some diets designed to help autoimmune patients, such as the Kousmine diet, Dr. Max Gerson's diet, the gluten- and casein-free diet, the "fasting" method, which has been increasingly practiced lately in the case of chronic diseases and in cancer patients, and the so-called paleodiet, which is very popular among sportsmen and women and gives has excellent results when applied in patients with diseases affecting the intestinal system.

After pausing to analyze the major nutritional methods that have led to important results in this kind of disease he also discusses other integrated therapies such as chelation, phytotherapy, homeopathy, and the use of antioxidants, the latter especially being very important considering that more important micronutrients (vitamins, minerals, enzymes) are now greatly lacking in the modern diet.

The most important and long underestimated substance among those recalled is vitamin D.

Its widespread and long-standing deficiency appears to be related to all neurological and other autoimmune diseases, as well as a high risk factor for many other widespread diseases.

There is talk also of several other substances that can be taken with supplements, which are very useful for each patient according to different personal situations such as: coenzyme Q10, biotin, glutathione, cannabis, thiamine and niacin (B vitamins), vitamin K2, alpha-lipoic acid, N- acetyl cysteine, and many others; these are also little known from traditional medicine and even less used especially in the doses that are found to be helpful in counteracting oxidative stress, one of the main causes of this type of insidious disease.

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Finally, the author delves into the close connection between the onset of these diseases and a powerful and silent but unfortunately often underestimated enemy: so-called "stress."

The brain, is phylogenetically predisposed to quite different types of stressors (factors that cause the stressful response) than those with which we are confronted today. In fact, in modern life and society there is a new type of stress due to factors once unknown to our biological system. Learning to recognize them and finding appropriate correctives is crucial to be able to prevent and treat these kinds of alterations and offer patients a concrete hope of cure that other therapies cannot currently provide.

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"Attack on Brain Diseases" thus turns out to be a comprehensive and unique book in terms of its subject matter and offers the reader an in-depth overview of the topic; recommended for physicians, patients, and health professionals such as nutritionists, naturopaths, pharmacists, and anyone interested in this topic.

Attack on Brain Diseases
Prevent and treat with natural methods Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, Myasthenia Gravis, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Average rating out of 8 reviews: Not to be missed

€ 11,80

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