Anxiety, a growing disorderEquipo de Soporte
The turmoil of modern life, difficulties in reconciling work and family, financial problems and difficult relationships are the main causes of the increase in this disorder. Anxiety appears when a person feels overwhelmed by what is happening to them or feels that they are unable to cope with the multiple fronts that open up for various reasons. In psychology, it is considered that when stimuli (or situations that demand attention) exceed a subject’s usual response capacity, this can provoke an intense response that interferes with daily functioning. It usually decreases personal performance, while causing distress and negative physical and psychological symptoms.
When a human being’s natural response mechanisms remain aroused for a long time, the mental and organic balance is disrupted, leading to a psychological disorder. Anxiety disorder can lead to undesirable consequences, from simple nervousness to more severe situations such as fear, panic episodes or depression. It can be a gradual or sudden process after a particularly hard event.
Anxiety can also cause organic disorders such as increased cholesterol and triglycerides. In fact, some people find it difficult to lower the amount of harmful fat in their blood precisely because they suffer from ongoing generalised anxiety.
In the developed world, anxiety and depression are the leading causes of health problems, and they are on the rise. What is striking is that this is not just an adult problem, but occurs in virtually all age groups. In the United States, 11% of the population takes antidepressant drugs. In women, the 40-60 age group is the most affected, with 25% taking antidepressants.
More and more people are turning to anxiolytics as an easy way to reduce anxiety, but these drugs can have side effects. They build up tolerance (you need to take more and more to get the same thing), they “get you hooked” like certain drugs, they can be debilitating, and they can also cause drowsiness or lethargy to some degree. In any case, they always affect the brain and different parts of the body to a greater or lesser extent.
In addition, there seem to be other risks associated with the use of antidepressants. Statistics indicate that the risk of heart attack or stroke increases by 14% and the rate of premature death shoots up to 33%.
Researchers wonder why there is such an increase in the use of these drugs. Some of them put the focus of the increase in the prevalence of this disorder on something that is not much talked about: high electromagnetic pollution caused by excessive radiation emitted by mobile phones (mobile phones), communication towers, wireless devices, computers, WIFI, and other electronic devices.
In an issue of the “Journal of Neuroanatomy” last year, Dr. Martin Pall published a paper showing how the microwave radiation present in these technologies was clearly associated with disorders such as anxiety and depression. In addition, it also mentioned, related to the same origin, more serious problems such as Alzheimer’s and autism.
How can we combat this growing problem? It is clear that we cannot completely escape the modern world, but we can at least avoid having our mobile phones on us all the time (they can be kept separate from our bodies at work or at home). We can also get into the habit of switching off the WIFI at night and not placing mobile phones, laptops and other electrical devices in the bedroom, especially on the bedside table.
One of the basic radionic treatments is the removal of electromagnetic pollution from the body. Experience shows that by doing this, one experiences a very rapid relief of symptoms and discomfort caused by electromagnetic pollution. It also allows any other balancing or normalising action to be carried out much more quickly and easily. It is possible to regain a good state of mind without resorting to other actions that can negatively affect health. Keep this in mind when using your radionic device for self-help or alternative therapies.