Mind Over Respiratory Illness (Podcast)

The Actual Top Killer Worldwide

The World Health Organization lists chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) as the #3 killer worldwide. (Ischaemic heart disease and stroke are #1 and #2)

Lower respiratory infections are the number #4 cause of death. Cancer of trachea, bronchus, and lung together make up the #5 cause of death worldwide, according to the World Health Organization.

In other words, the third, fourth, and fifth leading causes of human death all occur in the respiratory tract. And there are other potentially-fatal respiratory illnesses such as asthma, tuberculosis, pleural effusion, or emphysema.

As far as mortality rates go, respiratory illness is the clear “winner.”

What’s not clear from the health industry’s mechanistic paradigm is why respiratory symptoms form. Or why respiratory illness affects different people differently in different parts of the world.

Why do some people have asthma while some people are prone to chest infections? Why do people who’ve been healthy their whole life get lung cancer, but others slowly deteriorate into COPD? Why is tuberculosis common in some parts of the world and virtually unknown in others?

And sadly, for the most part, the health industry doesn’t know how to cure respiratory illness.

Important New Scientific Knowledge

What most health professionals don’t know (because Dr. Hamer made these discoveries recently), is that respiratory symptoms follow five strict biological laws of Nature. But if you know these natural laws of healing, you can maintain healthy breathing for the rest of your life.

In Episode 6 of the Mind Over Symptom Podcast, “Mind Over Respiratory Illness,” you’ll see the predictable, structured, and logical process behind every respiratory symptom from a tickle in your throat all the way to lung cancer.


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