Newsletter October 13, 2007 THE TREATMENT OF D YSPEPSIA ... IN ...

SORRY FOR GOOD ... Hello everyone ... I want to continue where I stopped the week before. Perhaps i t would be useful for those who just joined us quickly sum up the situation. I'v e explained why Dr. Batmanghelidj says that water plays a crucial role in the bo dy, a role which until now is widely underestimated and neglected by mainstream medicine. A lack of water results in symptoms (dyspepsia, arthritis, back pain, migraine, essential hypertension, high cholesterol, asthma, allergies, etc..) An d these symptoms may disappear for good just by increasing the consumption of cl ean water, medicines have a palliative effect and are harmful. First read the fi rst newsletter of this series (, those who have not yet read. There. Now, seeing the first symptoms ('illness' to orthodox medicine) major may occur due to a lack of water ... Dyspepsia - it stings me in the stomach and the chest Before continuing, please ensure that you are familia r with dyspepsia and layout of the stomach, duodenum and pancreas because I will not go into details you can read essential elsewhere. I recommend you visit htt p:// The doctors / medical students, download th is small PDF Marion Richardson Molard (Http:// and read and understand it fully. Note th at there are abbreviations used in this file as: EMT GERD CCK Hp ATCD TFI NSAIDs NFS CRP PUD OGDE PPI antiH2 = = = = = = = = = = = = = Esogastroduodenal Cholecystokinin Gastroesophageal Reflux Helicobacter pyl ori (bacterium) Background Functional Intestinal Disorder nonsteroidal anti Comp lete Blood Count-C Reactive Protein Gastro-Duodenal Ulcer Endoscopy EMT inhibito r Proton Pump Anti-histamine H2 Please, you really have to fully understand this topic before continuing to read the rest of this newsletter ... or you'll miss out on the flats. Especially med ical students. OK. I hope that you have read and understood both documents. continue. Here's wh at dyspepsia according to Wikipedia: We can now Ensemble symptoms of epigastric pain or discomfort (upper region of the abdomen) whose origin would be located in the gastrointestinal (GI) greater. The words u sed to describe it by people who suffer are variable. Heartburn and dyspepsia ma y have points in common. Some people describe heartburn as a burning sensation b ehind the sternum that rises towards the throat. Other people with dyspepsia may experience an upwelling of acid into the throat (regurgitation) have bloating a nd nausea, a sensation of fullness and pain in the upper abdomen. The words used depend on the culture and language. All of these symptoms (heartburn, acid regu rgitation, belching excessive increase in abdominal bloating, nausea, feeling of abnormal or slow digestion, or early satiety) describe the "dyspepsia". " The symptoms are very well listed on Wikipedia. He must know about. And as regar ds the etiology, Wikipedia says: 'The most common cause of heartburn and dyspepsia is gastroesophageal reflux dis ease. It is a disease characterized by the reflux of acid, normally present in t he stomach, where it participates in the digestion of food in the esophagus. For

some, this phenomenon leads to heartburn and regurgitation, in others, it also causes inflammation (redness and swelling) or damage (erosion) in the esophagus. A small number of people with dyspepsia may have an ulcer in the stomach (gastr ic ulcer) or in the first part of the intestine (duodenal ulcer). " Reread the first sentence above: 'The most common cause of heartburn and dyspeps ia is gastroesophageal reflux disease.' This is to say, for example (to be very simple) that ' the most common cause of colds, runny nose is pathological.'Is no t this a great explanation? Is it gastroesophageal reflux the cause of dyspepsia ? - What causes reflux? Oh, it must be the release of cardiac sphincter of the s tomach! That's the question! Really? - And then what causes the relaxation of th e sphincter? Believe me, you do not need more than two neurons to arrive at such etiologies'. In fact, all medicine, all the galley, is based on such circular r easoning (the snake biting its own tail should have been the symbol of medicine) . Never students and physicians learn the etiology, strictly speaking, diseases. They think they know, but they do not know. And all medical students learn in t he kind of shit and spit in their copies. But did they really have a choice? I d oubt it. And what are future doctors. You bet. Anyway, ignorance is a prerequisi te if one wants to be an allopathic way. To begin, I will exclude the fact that the patient suffers from gastroesophageal reflux. For the moment, in what follow s, the acid is strictly limited to the STOMACH. I speak of reflux at the end of this newsletter. The truth is that conventional medicine does not know the etiol ogy of dyspepsia. They say it is a disease IDIOPATHIC disease (which we do not k now the cause) as indicated correctly Marion Richardson Molard in the PDF. Idiop athic least for conventional medicine. Without knowledge of the etiology, it fol lows that conventional medicine can not cure (in the true sense of the word) dys pepsia. She can only control - so far ineffective - pain due to dyspepsia. Ask t he doctors. Thus, drug treatment and supportive, as you read on Wikipedia, inclu ding: antacids (neutralizes the acid that causes burns), H2 receptor antagonists (antiH2 - inhibit the production of acid) pump inhibitors Proton (PPI - to impe de the secretion of acid) treatment, infection, Helicobacter pylori (and controv ersial), prokinetic drugs (to stimulate peristalsis and emptying the stomach int o the duodenum - when I speak of gastro- esophageal, we see that it's pure bulls hit.) ... Recently gurus of medicine began to blame the commensal bacteria (present in the normal state) of the stomach, the famous Helicobacter pylori. The latter is acc used of causing stomach ulcers. They advocate for eradicating the bacteria by gi ving antibiotics. I think it would be a hilarious joke if it was not as serious for patients who have side effects after eradication, and bacterial resistance. What to include: Helicobacter pylori is a bacterium found in the natural state i n the stomach. Then, all sites do not contain ulcer Helicobacter. Finally, an in finite number of people have Helicobacter and do not suffer from ulcers. Some of you may have read in the PDF file, according to Bazzoli et al, 72% of dyspeptic population against 64% of the general population has Helicobacter pylori. This is ridiculous as difference. It is on page 11. Reread it. How do you want Helico bacter pylori is a cause of ulcers when it is present in the vast majority of pe ople? Your intestines are full of commensal bacteria. As you die? Are you doing an ulcer? Are you doing a cancer? So why we are told that Helicobacter is respon sible for our shit? Bullshit those who believe that. In fact, my 'philosophy' th at bacteria do not cause any disease on earth. They are, at worst, the aggravati ng factors of the disease but never the cause! This concept goes completely agai nst the bacteriology and the germ theory! Of course, I do not force anyone to be lieve that or anything of what I am trying to say. The psychosis of Helicobacter pylori

Those who downloaded the PDF file just now, keep it as it will come back after l istening to what Dr. Batmanghelidj said in 'Your Body's Many Cries for Water' ab out dyspepsia. You will find what really dyspepsia and effective treatment that can cure it once and for all. If you believe there is sense in what follows, let your friends know students and doctors please. The goal is to reach the general population so they know what they suffer.€Indeed, it is the installation of a chronic dehydration. Let me explain. Dyspepsia, says Dr. B., is a sign of dehydr ation the most important body. Among the pain of dyspepsia, gastritis, duodeniti s and heartburn must be cured only with increased consumption of water. When the re is a / the ulcer (s) involved, we must be careful what you eat to help repair the ulcer site. Dr. B. says he has cured over 3,000 people suffering from dyspe psia with water only. The way to cure dyspepsia has been published in the Journa l of Clinical Gastroenterology in June of 1983. How many doctors and medical stu dents know that? Exactly: none. And they told me that doctors know their jobs, a nd people look at me as if they had seen a ghost when I say the opposite! The tr uth is that very few doctors know how they are galley, and even fewer of them do something to change the system. Why would they do anything? They have a good sa lary, I think. And it is difficult to understand something when his salary to so meone based on the premise that they should not be understood anything. Good. Do nothing. 'Dad / Mom, what were you doing when the world has become a fascist state? " 'Uh ... I ordered Medoc. Why ... ' Dr. B. tells of an event which marked where he had met a young man of 25 who was half conscious and moaning in a fetal position on the floor in his room. It was just 'die' of his ulcer for 10 hours despite the fact that he had consumed thre e tablets of cimetidine (H2 blockers as you know) and a whole bottle of antacid! He gave his treatment: 2 glasses of water followed, in the space of 15 minutes, another glass of water. In a few minutes the pain had completely disappeared an d he could talk to people around him stunned. The drugs have not relieved. But t hree glasses of water have relieved in 20 minutes! You understand that through this scheme, during the early stages, analgesics are effective locally. But during the late stages, the brain takes over and reports directly via the thirst pain signals, and there analgesics are more effective. Nothing but water can deactivate the signal. This is what happened with the pati ent above. OK. How does it work? Some say it is simplistic, but it is not. It is a logic infallible. And ... if it was simplistic, how is it that orthodox medic ine has not been found? It is the mucus layer lining the inside of the stomach t hat protects against the aggression of hydrochloric acid (HCl) secreted. This mu cus is composed of 98% water, the rest is just "the scaffolding. "98% water! In addition, the cells below secrete bicarbonate, which acts as a buffer, neutraliz ing acid while trying to enter. Digestion depends on the availability of a large quantity of water that is secreted and poured acid on the form of food. This ac id can, in fact, activate enzymes (trypsin etc.. And I do not tell you the story ) that digest the food then. Once discharged, a portion of the acid reacts with bicarbonate producing salt (s odium chloride), which changes the properties of mucus to capture water in the " scaffolding". These salt deposits make the layer of mucus that is less homogeneo us and less sticky and allows the acid to come into contact with the submucosa b elow. This is where it hurts. But if water is available in the circulation is se creted back through the membrane, dissolves the salt and restores the protective layer of mucus. There was now worse. If there is not enough water in the body, the latter, remember (see the newslett er entitled 'Dr. Batmanghelidj'), establishes a system of water conservation and will no longer secrete thoroughly. That fact that the protective layer of mucus is not as effective and acid can easily penetrate and infect the submucosa. It' s horribly wrong. Now you understand why it is that good hydration can remedy th e problem. Dr. B. said that prevention is to drink a glass of water (tap) a half-hour befor e each meal and the same amount two and half hours after each meal - this is bas ed on clinical observations.€A half-hour is the time required for a portion of this water is absorbed and secreted in the stomach. [And I add that drinking any thing during and just after eating interferes with digestion.] The cure is to in crease its water consumption by up to 2 liters and a half hours in 24 days . He also said that antacids are poisons that people can buy in any supermarket. Stud ies in Sweden is shown that the result is the same in dyspeptic people, they tak e a placebo, antacid or H2 blockers. Interesting. Turn to page 10 of PDF file do wnloaded some ... We see that the 'treatment' placebo success rate of 28% (!) Af ter a period of four weeks. Perhaps, and just maybe, would this be due to water that is taken with the placebo? We also see that 'meta-analysis antiH2/placebo: little difference'. The anti-H2 is quedal. It was confirmed that the water outle t with anti-H2 that is responsible for any improvement of dyspepsia. I will digr ess and say that Dr. B. does not believe, too, Helicobacter pylori is responsibl e for ulcers for the same reasons I mentioned above. He added that during dehydr ation, there are many neurons that produce histamine (see the first newsletter o f this series) especially at the pyloric sphincter. And you know what? This bact erium takes advantage of the effects of growth hormone histamine. It is not the cause of ulcers, dammit! The Reflux Gastro-oesophageal Let us now dyspepsia associated with gastroesophag eal reflux. In this same context, I will talk about the hiatal hernia. Gastroeso phageal reflux disease (GERD) is the passage of acid from the stomach into the e sophagus. Of course, it's pathological. Conventional medicine knows that the pat hophysiology (mechanism if you want) but has no idea of the cause. Here physiopa thology: The pyloric sphincter (lower) of the stomach contracts, the sphincter c ardiac (upper) of the stomach relaxes, and when the person is lying (ie d. When the person 's extension) a little bit of acid into the esophagus and it burns. A nd the reason? Quedal. (Some will say that the cause is the relaxation of the ca rdiac sphincter. But my time is the same story: it is a symptom that arises from other symptoms.) I will explain the cause of it all. Normally, the contents of the stomach acid is sequestered in the stomach through the cardiac sphincter con tracted, the ring of the diaphragm muscle contracted around it, and the pyloric sphincter contracted. The cardiac sphincter and the diaphragmatic ring will dimi nish that when swallowed and when something needs to happen in the stomach. Whil e the pyloric sphincter relaxes from time to time when the chyme (partially dige sted food) must pass through the duodenum. The pancreas secretes from 1 to 1.5 liters of hydoélectrolyte bicarbonate alkal ine (alkaline fluid containing bicarbonate) per day in order to neutralize the a cid contents from the stomach. This neutralization allows the action of other en zymes in the digestive tract and above all, protects the fragile walls, unprotec ted from the duodenum against acid attacks. All these processes are controlled b y hormones.

If the person is dehydrated, it is clear that the pancreas can not produce the a lkaline solution and therefore, there is danger if the acid content can pass fro m the stomach into the duodenum. The body, being perfectly synchronized, will do everything to prevent the passage of acid chyme in the duodenum. This explains the 'mystery' of fullness experienced by a patient's dyspeptic. As long as there is not enough water available for the pancreas, the food will stay long in the stomach. Now you understand why the giving of prokinetic drugs (to stimulate mot ility) in this case, as I indicated earlier, is pure bullshit, and dangerous. Th e body can not leave the acid content to remain indefinitely in the stomach. Una ble to move it into the duodenum, there is only one way out. It is through the m outh. The pyloric sphincter is contracting more and more, the cardiac sphincter relaxes and the diaphragmatic ring too. When the person grows, there may be a li ttle acid going back and burning the esophagus. It is the pain of dyspepsia. Then€stomach will begin to reverse peristalsis mode - the stomach will shrink s o retrograde, the pylorus to the cardia. Indeed, vomiting is that I just describ ed. And that will make the doctors now? Give antiemetic drugs without doubt? Exc use me while I writhe with laughter. The sole and exclusive remedy is well hydra ted, because dehydration is the cause. Hiatal hernia Finally, in some patients, it is possible that the relaxation of the diaphragmatic leaves ring up the upper part of the stomach through the hiatus (opening) diaphragm which will be housed in the chest. This condition is diagnosed as hiatal hernia. Digestion becomes p ainful and the acid is free to come into contact with the esophagus. And what is the cause? The relaxation of the ring? No! It still is a symptom - you do not h ave. The cause is dehydration. Antacids contain aluminum and are dangerous [as vaccines]. Too much aluminum in the circulation is linked to Alzheimer's disease. The anti-H2 are not recommende d because they have too much effect "secondary". I use quotation marks when spea king of adverse "secondary" because it is a trick of the medical mafia. In truth , there is no effect "secondary" as primary effects. This is because a pharmacol ogically active compound does not act specifically on the body because there are everywhere and receivers are feeling the effects ... well, everywhere. The H2 b lockers cause dizziness, confusion, enlarged breasts in men after two weeks, a d ecrease in sperm count, loss of libido ... Dr. B. This chapter ends by explaining that, on pain of colitis and pseudoappend icite, doctors must first rule out the diagnosis of any dehydration before looki ng for other causes. There. The information that has been exposed will undoubted ly useful to everyone. Pass information. Put the doctors informed. You will pass without probably for a (e) weigh (e), but it does not matter. I know from experience tha t it can attract the hatred on the part of the most enclosed. You are free to co py and paste, publish blog, e-mail, print and distribute etc.. I admit that it w as very technical for those who have never studied anatomy, but I had to deepen because there are a lot of medical students who come on this blog. But please us e Google, Wikipedia etc. to understand the jargon. The website of Dr. Batmanghel idj is: I'll stop here. It will be continued ... Again, attention to those who have kidney failure.