What You Can Do About Stroke (Podcast)

The #2 Cause of Death Worldwide

Stroke can make you lose control of your muscles, vision, speech. Or it can make you lose your life.

The World Health Organization lists stroke as the second leading cause of death worldwide, right after ischaemic heart disease. There are few if any treatments.

Stroke is very difficult to predict and very difficult to prevent ‚Ķbecause it’s very misunderstood.

The health industry has a mechanistic paradigm. Health care professionals believe stroke is loss of control of the body because of blockage or rupture of an artery in the brain. This model proposes three types of stroke depending on severity of the blockage or rupture:

  1. Ischaemic stroke – permanent blockage of an artery in the brain causing brain damage and loss of control of all or part of the body (87% of strokes)
  2. Transient Ischaemic Attack – temporary blockage of a blood vessel in the brain causing blanking out, stumbling, numbness, garbled speech, and
  3. Hemorrhagic Stroke (brain bleed) – rupture of a blood vessel in the brain, causing headache, dizziness, vomiting, passing out, and numbness or weakness in parts of the body (13% of strokes).

The Real Cause of Stroke

Dr. Hamer discovered that every symptom in the body occurs for a very specific reason: it’s a biological response to a traumatic stress (biological conflict) experience.

Each of the three types of stroke occurs because of its own type of traumatic stress experience. None is caused by having thick blood or a bad diet. And only one type is a real stroke.

When you understand the real reasons for the biological responses called “stroke,” you can protect yourself and your loved ones. Listen to “What You Can Do About Stroke” on the Mind Over Symptom Podcast to hear the simple, elegant solution designed by Nature itself.

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