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Posted by christopher on April 19, 1999 at 13:17:41:

Actually I did read alot about the mono/EBV stuff on your site before I wrote in. I'm sure that in the case of people who are sick for years that there is alot to the "stress/homeostasis" theories. I tend to think though that I just got mono and because I didn't slow down when I had it (I took two trips, finals and had a minor surgery) that my body just isn't recovering well. I have talked to many people who said that it took them up to 6 months or even a year to fully recover but they did recover and they didn't use the relaxation techniques and what-have-you. I actually am trying to use relaxation techniques because I know that I am stressed about being worn down for 4 months but since my girlfriend and I both got mono at the same time for now I would prefer to chalk it up to that and since I am definitely feeling better than I was just 3 weeks ago I feel like I am recovering. But I appreciate your thoughts and insights. Thanks



Christopher - getting over mono

Posted by
Deb on April 19, 1999 at 17:06:41:

In Reply to: orgasm thanks and reply posted by christopher on April 19, 1999 at 13:17:41:

Hi Christopher,

Yes, sure, many people do get over mono without using relaxation techniques. But what happens next? Chances are that if they do not do something about the cause (as opposed to the symptoms) they will get something else, then something else, until they are REALLY ill.

Deb



Re: orgasm thanks and reply (Topsy) Archive in immunity.

Posted by Walt Stoll on April 20, 1999 at 11:41:08:

In Reply to: orgasm thanks and reply posted by christopher on April 19, 1999 at 13:17:41:

Hi, Christopher.

It has been known by everyone, for many years, that NO ONE gets the FIRST mononucleosis without the "stress/homeostasis" mechanism.

If you don't want to take what I said on faith, you can read anything by Hans Selye, MD (still considered the world's formost authority on the subject). A simple book for lay people is "The Stress of Life". A lay synopsis of this information is available by reading Dr Pelletier's classic: "Mind as Healer, Mind as Slayer".

Even people who have coronaries have "warnings" (angina) for sometimes years before damage actually occurs. Recurrent "mono" is not any different. These people with the angina do not die from the angina, it is just a warning. The vast majority of people with mono will get over it, eventually, if they do nothing. Does that mean that they SHOULD do nothing when a knowledgable approach would get them over it in less than 1/10th the time while improving their general health at the same time?

Have you heard of "Topsy"?

These people who got over their mono without SR are the usual cases. If they had done the IV vitamin C, they would have been over their problem in a couple of weeks instead of the 6-12 months. The bodymind IS capable of healing itself EVEN THOUGH IT IS CARRYING AN INTOLERABLE LOAD: the "immunological hypothalamic stress-effect".

After all, it is mother nature that heals a fracture not the "doctor".

If people do not know enough to heed the warning message, illnesses like this are now known to be, the bodymind will just have to shout louder (give a more serious illness) later on when things get more desperate.

The reason "mono" is called the "kissing disease" is that it is a VERY weak virus. One has to have very close contact to get it AND the immune system of a healthy person would be perfectly capable of warding off that weak virus.

"You pays your money & takes your choice!"

Walt



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