National Color Therapy Month on March, 2017: am i getting depressed again?

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am i getting depressed again?

Be an informed person so you can choose your healing route well. Be really aware that the conventional treatment for this can be horrendous and you can go on for years with no improvement and massive damaging detrimental side effects from meds . Do read this very carefully and try and understand the principles behind what is being said .

Evaluate all of this info well –this info will save you years of suffering ---years if you apply it ..

This will educate you on our health care system and its dire limitations

All treatment recommended by the doctors should be tested and approved and quite rightly so.

That makes sense right .it costs millions to test and approve treatments because of the possible damage to people..

Drug companies Fund most research and will only and I mean only look at treatments, which show the promise of good deal of a profit, --they will actively dismiss any therapy which does not have profit potential— thus your doctor will only recommend therapies with profit in them.

Despite The fact that some of these other therapies mentioned do have overwhelming benefits some, which have saved needless amputations, needless pain and trauma, and much loss of life. Drugs are not the answer for depression with mind altering chemicals or any other mental illness. This is a fundamental principle and unless you grasp this fully –you could /will have years of suffering ahead of you .

This does not help you though when you are ill and suffering—not hearing about therapies which can help from a person you look up to and trust Have you heard your local doctor recommend, Massage Spiritual healing, Herbs, Light therapy,Colour therapy,the violet ray therapy, Osteopathy, Electrical Frequency devices.

These therapies will work for many complaints of a so called mental nature

we have thousands of testimonials and results showing years of successful applications

Do this and I will guarantee improvements to you inside a day its that simple, of course getting these things in place can be much harder. Each therapy can have a very beneficial influence on you.

Print this all off save it and enact it and share it --- of course someone to help you get these therapies in your life is invaluable but do not be swayed by them trying for short cuts ….

1,get someone to massage your back and legs at least 3 times a week use peanut oil or a mix of 50-50 olive and peanut oil.

2 use the violet ray machine an Edgar Cayce device google search this --- 3 times a week on the other days especially on the spine….we use it every day with very positive results

3.get a tent sleep out side 3times a week utilising earth energy - nature can help big time especially with how you feel how much energy you have

4 study and apply good nutrition-- adequate minerals all of them particularly calcium and magnesium iron essential fatty acids omega 3 6 9 protein etc

5 ensure your thyroid is working well

7 ensure you do at least I hr per day some kind of voluntary work when you are able..the reasons you are ill , or poor or have allsorts of bad things happen to you is because of karma -----usually from past lives but some from this one –voluntary work will offset your mistakes--- how much it offsets well that is down to god and how much you do. Healing us is in direct proportion to the help we give others ie your healing comes with helping others achieve theirs so if people are doing very little in helping others ---they suffer more and longer...and if they are doing a lot they get well faster....so now you know what to do ,,and like a lot of us are already doing being of service.

8 be amongst people who are giving, friendly who have time for you who love you , choose your friends well

9 be or get to a place which personally love or like

10 get and do some work which you like or love

11 ensure you do no acts which hurt or inflict on anyone –don’t want to add to your karma do we !!!

12 spiritual healing yes and reiki -.

13think good positive thoughts, laughter, look at comedy, play good uplifting music,

14 avoid at all costs exposure to violence, murders, suffering ,death ,tragedies, -feed upon good things uplifting things, things that feel like a breath of fresh air..

15 Positive affirmation- that’s right programme your self in the mirror , thoughts are things words are things actions are things , all have influence, few people realise these things can have an effect on themselves .

16 a detox ------ toxins can influence how you feel big time

17 hugs get plenty of them in your daily life you would be amazed at how people feel after a few decent hugs….

18 loads of exercise running walking climbing but something which you enjoy

19 rid yourselves of all aspartame laden foods and drink and many additives get back to a wholesome organic diet diet

A total cure however is tied up with karma so you can imagine just how important is the voluntary work.

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noosaville - things to do?

noosaville - things to do?

Things to do at Noosaville: Hope this will help you mate..

* Noosaville has a number of boat hire facilities, as well as fishing tackle and bait supplies.

* Relax on a river cruise through the freshwater lake system to The Everglades, noted for their tranquil waters and as a haven for birdlife and native animals.

* Go for a round of golf at Noosa Springs Country Club, an 18 hole golf course noted for its natural beauty and stimulating design. Group packages available, email the club for more information.

* Bushwalking and picnics in the region's national parks – Noosa National Park, Cooloola National Park, Weyba National Park, Peregian Environmental Park and Glass House Mountains National Park.

* Day trips or extended stays to the Coloured Sands, Rainbow Beach and Fraser Island. Escorted tours available or hire your own 4WD.

* A dose of retail therapy at Noosa Village Shopping Centre, with supermarket and over 25 specialty shops and services.

* The nearby Eumundi markets, held on Saturdays, noted for their art and craft stalls and local produce.

* Fun for the kids at Maze Mania 4 Kids. Great for birthday parties with maze, jumping castles, flying fox, inner-tube rides and much more.

I have vetiligo wanting to know if it will spread. details below..?

I have vetiligo wanting to know if it will spread. details below..?

Heres what I found:

Vitiligo generally appears in one of three patterns:

focal pattern—the depigmentation is limited to one or only a few areas

segmental pattern—depigmented patches develop on only one side of the body

generalized pattern—the most common pattern. Depigmentation occurs symmetrically on both sides of the body.

In addition to white patches on the skin, people with vitiligo may have premature graying of the scalp hair, eyelashes, eyebrows, and beard. People with dark skin may notice a loss of color inside their mouths.

Will the Depigmented Patches Spread?

Focal pattern vitiligo and segmental vitiligo remain localized to one part of the body and do not spread. There is no way to predict if generalized vitiligo will spread. For some people, the depigmented patches do not spread. The disorder is usually progressive, however, and over time the white patches will spread to other areas of the body. For some people, vitiligo spreads slowly, over many years. For other people, spreading occurs rapidly. Some people have reported additional depigmentation following periods of physical or emotional stress.

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It sounds like you have the Segmental form of this, so it looks like you will NOT spread. Good news! Your Dr. is right! Since stress can be a factor in some cases, try & relax as best you can. Focus on the positive diagnosis that you do have a less aggressive form of this. The website of the National Vitiligio Foundation, has online support groups and the latest treatments available. This sounds like a great tool to check out to help ease the stress. The more educated you become on this topic the better suited you will be to conquer it both emotionally and physically.

Here are a few of the more common treatment options:

Medical Therapies

A number of medical therapies, most of which are applied topically, can reduce the appearance of white patches with vitiligo. These are some of the most commonly used ones:

Topical steroid therapy—steroid creams may be helpful in repigmenting (returning the color to) white patches, particularly if they are applied in the initial stages of the disease. Corticosteroids are a group of drugs similar to hormones such as cortisone, which are produced by the adrenal glands. Doctors often prescribe a mild topical corticosteroid cream for children under 10 years old and a stronger one for adults. You must apply the cream to the white patches on the skin for at least 3 months before seeing any results. Corticosteriod creams are the simplest and safest treatment for vitiligo, but are not as effective as psoralen photochemotherapy (see below). Yet, like any medication, these creams can cause side effects. For this reason, the doctor will monitor you closely for skin shrinkage and skin striae (streaks or lines on the skin). These side effects are more likely to occur in areas where the skin is thin, such as on the face and armpits, or in the genital region. They can be minimized by using weaker formulations of steroid creams in these areas.

Psoralen photochemotherapy—also known as psoralen and ultraviolet A therapy, or PUVA therapy, this is probably the most effective treatment for vitiligo available in the United States. The goal of PUVA therapy is to repigment the white patches. However, it is time-consuming, and care must be taken to avoid side effects, which can sometimes be severe. Psoralen is a drug that contains chemicals that react with ultraviolet light to cause darkening of the skin. The treatment involves taking psoralen by mouth (orally) or applying it to the skin (topically). This is followed by carefully timed exposure to sunlight or to ultraviolet A (UVA) light that comes from a special lamp. Typically, you will receive treatments in your doctor’s office so you can be carefully watched for any side effects. You must minimize exposure to sunlight at other times. Both oral and topical psoralen photochemotherapy are described below.

Topical psoralen photochemotherapy—often used for people with a small number of depigmented patches affecting a limited part of the body, it is also used for children 2 years old and older who have localized patches of vitiligo. Treatments are done in a doctor’s office under artificial UVA light once or twice a week. The doctor or nurse applies a thin coat of psoralen to your depigmented patches about 30 minutes before exposing you to enough UVA light to turn the affected area pink. The doctor usually increases the dose of UVA light slowly over many weeks. Eventually, the pink areas fade and a more normal skin color appears. After each treatment, you wash your skin with soap and water and apply a sunscreen before leaving the doctor’s office.

There are two major potential side effects of topical PUVA therapy: (1) severe sunburn and blistering and (2) too much repigmentation or darkening (hyperpigmentation) of the treated patches or the normal skin surrounding the vitiligo. You can minimize your chances of sunburn if you avoid exposure to direct sunlight after each treatment. Usually, hyperpigmentation is a temporary problem that eventually disappears when treatment is stopped.

Oral psoralen photochemotherapy—used for people with extensive vitiligo (affecting more than 20 percent of the body) or for people who do not respond to topical PUVA therapy, oral psoralen is not recommended for children under 10 years of age because it increases the risk of damage to the eyes caused by conditions such as cataracts. For oral PUVA therapy, you take a prescribed dose of psoralen by mouth about 2 hours before exposure to artificial UVA light or sunlight. If artificial light is used, the doctor adjusts the dose of light until the skin in the areas being treated becomes pink. Treatments are usually given 2 or 3 times a week, but never 2 days in a row.

For patients who cannot go to a facility to receive PUVA therapy, the doctor may prescribe psoralen that can be used with natural sunlight exposure. The doctor will give you careful instructions on carrying out treatment at home and monitor you during scheduled checkups.

Known side effects of oral psoralen include sunburn, nausea and vomiting, itching, abnormal hair growth, and hyperpigmentation. Oral psoralen photochemotherapy may also increase the risk of skin cancer, although the risk is minimal at doses used for vitiligo. If you are undergoing oral PUVA therapy, you should apply sunscreen and avoid direct sunlight for 24 to 48 hours after each treatment to avoid sunburn and reduce the risk of skin cancer. To avoid eye damage, particularly cataracts, you should also wear protective UVA sunglasses for 18 to 24 hours after each treatment.

Depigmentation—this treatment involves fading the rest of the skin on the body to match the areas that are already white. For people who have vitiligo on more than 50 percent of their bodies, depigmentation may be the best treatment option. Patients apply the drug monobenzylether of hydroquinone (monobenzone or Benoquin*) twice a day to pigmented areas until they match.

Hope this info helps! Good luck!

Agoda
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