Most of our current medical doctors are educated on principles that started in the 1800's in Europe. At that time the key diseases were infectious diseases. If you had an infection they helped treat that area or that symptom, such as fever.
Today developed countries have more Chronic Degenerative Diseases (CDD's) and even India has started having lots of CDD's.
Yet we continue to treat all of these chronic diseases the same way as infectious diseases. We compartmentalize the disease and we treat the area which is showing symptoms. So if you have glucose intolerance we are treating diabetes by controlling the glucose.
But CDD's are different. Unlike fever, diabetes does not go away after sometime, at least not when they're being treated like an infectious disease. All we are doing in this case is treating the symptoms or to be more precise we are suppressing the symptoms. And there are side effects of these treatments.
If you want to treat chronic diseases you have to look at the whole body in a different way. You cannot compartmentalize the human body in the case of chronic diseases, it is one whole single being. In the case of chronic diseases you need to look at the causes of the symptoms and sometimes even at the causes of the causes.
This is why I feel the doctors trained in modern medicine do not focus on treating the disease, they pay full attention to treating the symptoms of the disease. That is why most people I know have never actually cured their diabetes or cured their heart disease despite going to the best doctors on the planet.
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