Environmental stresses: the body’s toxin warning

Dr. med. Petra Maack-Wantzen, doctor, Ingelheim, Germany
Introduction
The term “Health” in the broadest sense refers to the proper functioning of all regulatory circuits and mechanisms in harmony with body, mind and soul.

We are constantly exposed to environmental factors that often place considerable stress on the body’s regulatory mechanisms.
Systematic therapeutic approach
In Sissi Karz’s systematic approach to therapy, the regulation of these disruptive environmental influences is part and parcel of “initial treatment”. “Second treatment” can only come into play when the body is capable of functioning properly – (body’s information channels) followed by “third treatment” (metabolism and nutrient points).

Several “initial treatment” sessions may be needed before the body learns to cope with these disruptive external influences.

The detoxification organs are affected more than others. Support for the liver and kidneys, intestine, skin and lymph system leading to detoxification of ...

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