All have fear of the unknown what one does with that fear will make all the difference in the world
INFORMATION FROM THE CANCER CONTROL SOCIETY CONVENTION OF 2017. – FULL BODY THERMOGRAPHY
There are only two innate fears that a person is born with. The fear of loud noises and the fear of falling. Any other fear besides those you have picked up somewhere in life. And this is great news, because it means there was a time when you didn’t have that fear. And if there was a time when you didn’t have it before it means there’s a time when you cannot have it again!
The fear of the unknown often comes when you think too much about all the negative possibilities that can come out of a new situation. Well, one of the greatest ways to overcome this is by thinking of all the great possibilities that can come out of a new situation. And that’s just one of the ways to look at it.
There are things in this world right now, that would change your life forever if you knew about them! You may not even know what they are, but they are out there. And the only way you’re ever going to find them is if you have the courage to step out of what you know for what you don’t know!
This is a comforting reminder that everybody is just as scared of you about the unknown. We all have this fear. But you get to choose whether you’re going to let this fear hold you back, or whether you’re going to run toward it!
This fear of the unknown, I know very well. In 2010 I experienced it with my diagnoses of breast cancer. I was very blessed to be able to mustard up the courage to step out of the normal and changed my lifestyle along with the conventional treatments.
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FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN ~ WRITTEN FROM THE HEART
It’s impossible, said pride. It’s risky, said experience. It’s pointless, said reason. Give it a try, whispered the heart. It’s early in the morning and this message came to me. I fear no more for I have managed my disease. I trusted my heart to find another way to treat my illness other than cut, poison, and burn. I also realized without having cancer I would have not met these amazing people that have taught me so much about life and I would have never experienced Mexico and their culture. Through taking a detour in the road, I have better knowledge and have tried to educate others on other ways to control diseases (Functional Medicine). Through my journey, I have been sharing my personal healing process in hopes that maybe your heart is whispering to you like it did me. Through the knowledge that I have gained, I do not fear the unknown, I look past that and take each day with a grain of salt. The future will be full of experiences that will not be impossible for I took something bad and made it good. We all deserve to follow our hearts and choose our own journey, but first we have to research the unknown, Functional Medicine. Research and you will find that life is not pointless. Your mind will grow full of hope and your journey will continue for many years. To finish I must say that with our hearts we can change our fear of the unknown and give hope to our future. Enjoy the now, for the future depends on it.
Continuing blogging on INFORMATION FROM THE CANCER CONTROL SOCIETY CONVENTION OF 2017. Today I’m discussing Whole Body Thermography, which about a month ago I also posted an article regarding this very same topic.
Did you know they can do a complete body thermography? Something to think about next time due to cancer, having one instead of a Cat Scan, MRI, or even a Pet Scan. I found it interesting, this is why I’m blogging about it, before I forget to share.
Thermography is a test that uses an infrared camera to detect heat patterns and blood flow in body tissues and is the first choice used in Europe in many cases prior to a mammogram for women.
The idea behind this test is that, as cancer cells multiply, they need more oxygen-rich blood to grow. When blood flow to the tumor increases, the temperature around it rises.
One advantage is that thermography doesn’t give off radiation.
You ask, is it an alternative to a mammogram?
Thermography has been around since the 1950s. It first caught the interest of the medical community as a potential screening tool.
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What to expect during the procedure?
You may be asked to avoid wearing deodorant on the day of the exam.
You’ll first undress from the waist up, so that your body can become acclimated to the temperature of the room. Then you will stand in front of the imaging system.
A technician will take a series of six images — including front and side views — of your breasts. The whole test takes about 30 minutes.
Your doctor will analyze the images, and you’ll receive the results within a few days.
Possible side effects and risks; thermography is a noninvasive test that uses a camera to take images. There is no radiation exposure, no compression of your breasts, and no real risk.
Chronic illness and breast abnormalities develop over time. Whole Body thermography can identify underlying causes, often long before symptoms develop, so healing can begin.
It can be used for early detection of multiple clinical abnormalities, to identify the root cause of disease, to guide and monitor treatments.
“This technology is the most comprehensive evaluation of the functioning of the internal organs of the human body.” Dr. Michael Einsohn, D.C. Dallas Thermography Clinic
Whole Body Thermography measures the health of key organs and tissues including, breasts, ovaries, uterus, heart, spinal column, prostate, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, stomach, small intestine, colon, immune, teeth, lymph, sinus, thyroid, kidney.
Infrared Breast Thermography (also known as No-Touch or Non-Contact Breast Scan) is actually a non-contact method of helping detect breast cancer earlier. Another advantage is thermography does not emit cancer causing radiation in the first place. The infrared digital camera shoots thermal pictures that reveal minor alterations (thermal signs) in the physiology of the breast, therefore helping detect cancer tumors approximately 10 years in advance of other techniques.
What is the Difference Between Infrared Breast Thermography and Whole-Body Thermography?
With Infrared Breast Thermography there is no pain and its as safe as regular photography, so safe that you can do it hundreds of times a day with no damaging effect to your body.
Infrared Breast Thermography is a particularly good tool for small and dense breast tissue which many younger women have and, it is safe for women with breast implants. Furthermore, it assesses a larger area such as under the armpits and upper chest, areas that mammography cannot check.
Thermography can detect the possibility of breast cancer much earlier than mammography,
because it can image the earlier stages of increased blood supply to cancer cells, which is a necessary step before they can grow into a detectable size tumor. Using Contact Regulation Thermography, you will learn about your circulation and heart function, strength of your immune system, health of your teeth and gums, lymphatic system, breast or prostate, stomach and intestines, body toxicity and ability to detox and adrenal stress level.
It is estimated 1 in 8 women will encounter breast cancer in their lifetime. “By the time breast cancer is detected by a mammogram, a woman will have already had the disease for an average of 6 to 8 years,” (American Cancer Society 2001). Whole Body Thermography provides the earliest possible detection and is a true holistic approach to women’s health, particularly for the breasts. It is an adjunct diagnostic screening technique that has evolved over the last 40 years in Europe.
Developed by Prof. Arno Rost, it is able to measure the capacity for regulation of the autonomic nervous system and thus identify areas, or foci, of inappropriate functioning. Unlike other methods of thermography based upon infrared sensors, Whole Body Thermography measures the skin-surface temperature, inputting 119 data-points to a computer memory, which your practitioner then interprets.
For instance, when you take a blood test, the cells are counted and evaluated at that second, no matter if you have just been in a car accident, had a cold, or are emotionally distressed.
In Whole Body Thermography, we are seeing how the body deals with stress. A sick person is not one who has a fever, sweats at night, or gets a rash. A sick person is one who does not react to stressful events or toxins, and this is what shows clearly in Whole Body Thermography. Fevers are healthy; they are the body’s way of killing disease-causing organisms. NOT having a fever could be lethal, however, in that the bacteria or toxins can penetrate in or transform into a far more serious disease.
Whole Body Thermography looks directly at those bodily abilities and shows where interferences are disturbing your body’s natural defenses. This can guide you and your practitioner to either other studies for a closer look at the problem area(s) or to therapies to begin addressing these interferences.
Advances in thermography research have shown that breast cancer is not a local disease, but a sign of failing or failed regional and global homeostatic regulation. Twelve criteria have been identified for suspicion of breast cancer. By simultaneously looking at temperature data from the chest, ovaries, liver, pancreas, stomach, tonsils, teeth and jaws, Whole Body Thermography offers a truly integrative approach to breast health maintenance and treatment of breast pathology. By monitoring self-regulation capability, Whole Body Thermography can “foresee degenerative disease coming” up to 10 years in advance, whereas conventional medicine can detect breast cancer only after it has materialized. Compared to mammography, Whole Body Thermography has the advantages of being non-invasive, without radiation, and not painful, which makes it ideal for breast health screening.
While breast health assessment has been used to illustrate the advantages of Whole-Body Thermography, it has also been approved by the FDA as a functional test for inflammatory conditions, peripheral circulation, cancer, thyroid, and neuromuscular disorders. It is equally useful in the adjunctive assessment of the prostate, colon, heart, respiratory and digestive tracts.
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“We do not fear the unknown. We fear what we think we know about the unknown.” – Teal Swan
Until tomorrow, stepping into the unknown can often just be about having faith that things are going to work out for you. You can spend your whole life waiting for circumstances that aren’t ever going to occur. Or you can dive in and have faith in your abilities and everything working out for the best. Have faith and enjoy today.