Hypertension.

A new approach and an alternative treatment for its complete elimination 

 

It is interesting to know that cardiovascular pathologies are typical to humans only and specifically to humans living on Earth beginning from the 20th century. Neither hypertension, nor heart attacks, strokes or coronary (ischemic) heart disease are observed in any of the animal species. There is virtually no information on the incidence of heart attacks, strokes and hypertension in people living prior to the 20th century whereas available discrete information in this area is simply invented.

The dynamic of development and distribution of the cardiovascular diseases has a close relationship with the growth of urbanization. Heart attack, stroke and hypertension were first identified in the European countries in the 1930s. At the time, the population of Asia and Africa and even the black population living in the Western countries had no idea about these diseases. Only in the 1970s did the epidemic of these diseases reach Asia.

Currently, there is a great number of "theories" on the origin of hypertension. Virtually all of them are derived from a nonscientific fantasy. Precisely due to the fact that the given "theories" are nonscientific and often times, owing to the initiative of their authors, methods of effective treatment of patients in this category are still absent whereas researches of newer versions either do not begin at all or are suppressed during their early stages.

Current medicine offers five classes of drugs for hypertension treatment and they are all designed to lower the blood pressure temporarily. Most of these drugs have serious side effects and arouse addiction. These drugs fail to eliminate the cause of hypertension. Therefore, regardless of whether patients use it or not, the disease continues to worsen and progress: from the first stage, hypertension gradually progresses into the second and the third stages.

Can cholesterol and triglycerides cause heart attacks, strokes and hypertension?

Unfortunately, an overall belief in medicine is that cholesterol and triglycerides supposedly are the main etiological factors of hypertension, coronary heart disease and infarctions of various organs, especially, the heart.

Lipids exist in the human body in three triglyceride forms: tristearin, triolein, and trilinolein. They are valuable energy sources. They provide a camel with energy and water in severe desert conditions and they also constitute a significant part of blood components in marine animals, thus keeping their blood from freezing even at a very low temperature.

Triglycerides are split by enzymes into their constituent components: fatty acids and glycerol. Having a very small size, these compounds easily penetrate through the intestinal wall and enter the bloodstream. The question that emerges is: "Can the tiniest molecules of glycerol or fatty acids cause the clogging of blood vessels and myocardial tissues?" If this would have been the case, then all camels and fish would have been extinct a long time ago whereas, in fact, heart attacks in fish and camels never happen. On the contrary, the entry of triglyceride molecule residues with their characteristic low density into the blood also reduces blood’s density and viscosity. The very fact of triglycerides accumulation or rather accumulation of its components in the blood of people who are predisposed to heart attacks is proven, but their appearance is triggered by the necessity of protecting the body from heart attacks. The true causative agents of blood clogging are pathocomplexes that developed in the body of a modern human.

Cholesterol is a complex alcohol that is synthesized in the liver and serves as a precursor for the synthesis of many hormones. Along with structural proteins, it facilitates the formation of cell walls, especially in the nervous system. The size of a cholesterol molecule is 4 nm in length and 0.8 nm in width. A molecule of this size easily passes through any capillary and biological pore without posing a hazard to the body.

Thus, an increase in blood cholesterol levels in an individual living in the 20th century arises either from the need to restore cell walls damaged by other known factors or for synthesis of hormones. Cholesterol can also enter the bloodstream as a product of tissue decay.

In addition, an increase of cholesterol levels in blood must have a logical explanation as it is not allogenic to biological beings. In psychological conditions, it not only exists in humans, but also in all other living beings and not only beginning from 1930s, but for tens of thousands of years. However, the currently practiced theory in medicine about the negative role of cholesterol in the cardiovascular disease development finds no explanation for the following question: "How come in the 20th century cholesterol suddenly changed its role from being a strongly positive agent to becoming the most pathogenic agent?"

Accumulation of triglycerides and cholesterol is a protective compensatory mechanism whose main purpose is thinning the blood, decreasing its viscosity and restoring cell walls that were destroyed owing to other factors.

A huge amount of funds was spent on the development of drugs against cholesterol during the period of cholesterol theory’s existence. Thousands of science centers began the research for these drugs; large pharmaceutical factories opened in this field. By this time, while the so-called drugs against cholesterol were being developed, this groundless and unscientific "theory" had already been rejected by scientific medical communities. However, to offset development and production expenses, the manufacturers of these drugs to this day continue their work on funding this theory in the effort of securing a worldwide market for their drugs in the future.

Anti-cholesterol drugs are selling in all countries for a minimum of 15 years now; however, no one can show a single individual who had cured from hypertension, coronary heart disease or any other cardiovascular disease by taking these drugs. On the contrary, according to official data, cardiovascular system diseases aggravate, progress, and tend to become increasingly common in younger people with every other day while their quantity grows at a rapid pace. If in 1950s, hypertension was limited to European countries alone, we can no longer find a single country in the world where people would not suffer from hypertension.

What is hypertension after all?

If cholesterol and triglycerides have absolutely no role in the origin and progression of cardiovascular pathologies, then what is the explanation for the fact that the human life is riddled by these diseases?

In all higher living beings supporting humoral immunity, the entire defense process consists of the formation and disassociation of immune complexes. The main cells supporting human immunity are B-lymphocytes. By surrounding from all directions an antigen that has penetrated the organism, B-lymphocytes form immune complexes that serve for the very purpose of destroying these antigens. After completing this task, the immune complexes must be disassembled and B-lymphocytes must be released to continue perform their further protective functions.

Dissolution of the immune complexes is carried out by certain substances that are synthesized in the body of any healthy living being with this type of immunity. Reduction or absence of these factors in the human body causes a defect in the mechanism of immune complex disassociations, resulting in the development of pathological immune complexes – pathocomplexes. While circulating in the bloodstream and attracting various blood cells, especially other B-lymphocytes, plasmocytes, thrombocytes, red blood cells and protein components, the pathocomplexes form giant aggregates that later lead to clogging of the blood vessels, especially an organ’s capillaries causing thrombotic strokes. In result, a part of the blood vessels is excluded from the circulatory system. A dead end appears in one of the numerous blood vessel channels of the circulatory system. This is the source of human circulatory system’s rise in blood pressure.

If we assume that the human body has 800 million capillaries and arterioles, then a blockage of half of its vessels is required for the blood pressure to rise in two folds.

Thus, the cause of hypertension, coronary heart disease, heart attacks and strokes is the pathocomplex process that emerges in the 20th century in humans alone as a result of the completion of a certain stage of evolutionary changes in the body which had begun in the second half of the 18th century.

Complete Treatment of Hypertension

After a complex therapy treatment, the shortages of these factors are completely eliminated and the foundation for these pathologies automatically disappears. Previously impaired human circulatory system restores to its full capacity, typical of adolescence. In other words, as a result of treatment, the entire circulatory system reanimates and returns to its adolescent state, allowing an individual to live a hyperactive lifestyle.

Based on theoretical analysis and numerous successful treatments, we can say with confidence that for the first time in the history of medicine, prevention and treatment of hypertension, ischemic disease of the heart and any other organ, strokes and heart attacks is an absolutely disposable reality. The problem of cardiovascular diseases that is causing so much harm to an individual living in the 20th century is now a problem of the past.

 

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