Capillaries, i.e. small blood vessels, in an organ of the body respond to different triggers (such as pain, infection, stress, etc.) by constricting.
This capillary constriction leads to the stressed tissue experiencing a deficient blood supply, causing a shortage of nutrients and lower regionalized body temperature.
The lowering of the temperature locally eventually becomes a new trigger.
In order to heat the stressed tissue, the body tries to increase blood flow and expands the capillary network (i.e. the number of capillaries in the affected organ, also known as angiogenesis), leading to excess tissue growth.
This excess tissue growth further increases the pressure inside the organ, and ultimately damages its ability to function properly.
In essence, the increased pressure inside the affected organ is the actual cause of its disease. This is exactly the physical factor responsible for the origination and perseverance of different chronic diseases.
Depending on the rigidness of an organ’s capsule, the pressure resulting from the tissue growth either leads to the enlargement of the organ, or to the eventual necrosis (death) of its tissue.
Achievements in the Life Sciences, (publisher Elsevier that is one of the world’s major providers of scientific, technical, and medical information), The Origin of Chronic Diseases Can Be in Capillary Pathology: Evidence From Clinical Trials on Thermobalancing Treatment of Prostate Reveals, http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2078152016300888, (2016).
Dr. Allen’s findings match existing empirical evidence, because it has been observed that an affected organ with a strong capsule tends to enlarge prior to necrosis. For instance, it is common that an examination after a heart attack reveals a left ventricular hypertrophy. This is the first symptom of hepatitis (i.e. enlargement of the liver), which consequently leads to cirrhosis (i.e. necrosis of the tissue). Patients with acute kidney failure tend to have swollen, enlarged kidneys, while chronic kidney failure causes the organ to wrinkle.
On the other hand, organ tissue that is not surrounded by a strong capsule continues to grow. This tissue growth leads to different kinds of tumor, as in cases of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).
All these empirical observations can now be explained by The Origin of Diseases, a ground-breaking medical theory that shows the capillary growth and the resulting pressure inside the affected organ as common denominators of various long-lasting health conditions.
One of the key implications of The Origin of Diseases is that the “local” approach is a better way to treat a variety of long-lasting medical conditions. As highlighted by Dr. Simon Allen, treatments are most effective when applied directly to the damaged area. So, the focus ought to shift from the treatment methods that affect the entire body, such as pills and infusions, to those that target the root cause of localized disorders.
Another important implication of the Theory is that, in order for a local treatment to be effective, it must target the underlying causes of a disorder, not merely its symptoms.
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