The General Adaptation Syndrome theory of endocrinologist Hans Selye, according to which a stressful event triggers a three stage response; alarm, resistance and then exhaustion, whereby the event causes the autonomic nervous system to first react to cope with the issue but then if the stressor is not removed, adapts to a permanent state of alert where the body cannot recover properly, leading eventually to exhaustion.

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Селье сформулировал концепцию стресса, при этом он рассматривал физиологический стресс как ответ на любые предъявленные организму требования и считал, что с какой бы трудностью ни столкнулся организм, с ней можно справиться двумя типами стресс — реакций: активной, или борьбы, и пассивной, в виде бегства от трудностей или готовности терпеть их. Селье не считал стресс вредным, а рассматривал его как реакцию, помогающую организму выжить. Также он ввёл понятие болезней адаптации. Он назвал отрицательный стресс дистрессом и положительный стресс — эустрессом.

Hans Selye


Medical theory which was developed in 1940 by G. H. Reckeweg and is based on combining the principles of classical homeopathy with modern advances in molecular biology, biochemistry, pathophysiology, toxicology.

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Homotoxicology regards the disease as a biologically expedient process of protecting the body against exogenous and endogenous so-called “homotoxins” or an attempt to compensate for the damage caused by them, that is, an attempt by the organism to bring itself into a state of biological equilibrium. On this basis, the symptoms of the disease are assumed to be visible manifestations of the body's defensive reactions aimed at neutralizing and excreting homotoxins; therefore, the task of therapy is to maintain the symptoms, not suppress them. Recovery is considered the process of releasing the body from the so-called “homotoxins” and eliminating the lesions caused by them. Homotoxicology regards health as the state of freedom of the body from the so-called “homotoxins” and the absence of functional or organic lesions caused by them.

G. H. Reckeweg


A holistic medical system of therapy which naturally stimulates the body’s own regulation mechanisms on every level to heal and regenerate as well as prevent illness.

Samuel Hahnemann


Главная цель Митохиндральной Терапии — улучшить здоровье и замедлить процессы старения.

Митохондрии, «энергетические фабрики» наших клеток, повреждаются в результате старения и влияния многих стресс-факторов и перестают вырабатывать достаточно энергии для активации генов, необходимых для обеспечения процесса замедления старения клеток и регенерации. Когда люди застревают в стрессе, то они постоянно находятся в состоянии «сражайся или беги» или напряжения, и поэтому им сложно поддерживать гомеостаза в организм. При длительном воздействии стресс-факторов организм постепенно «ломается», что в свою очередь ведёт к истощению целительных ресурсов организма и как следствие — различным болезням.

Dr. Joseph Mercola


First developed for use in space medicine in the early 60s then later becoming widely used in various fields of medicine and physiology, HRV analysis was founded by Prof. R.M. Baevsky, renowned as one of the leading specialists in space cardiology and physiological measurements in space. He was directly involved in the preparation and medical support of the first space flights of animals and humans.

Professor Roman Markovich Baevsky


The transgeneration approach began to develop intensively in the 1960s–70s. It was based on the ideas of Freud, CG Jung, M. Bowen, F. Dolto, I. Buzormeni-Nadia and the views of N. Abraham, M. Terek, etc.

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Integrating different views on the problem of transgeneration transfer A. A. Schutzenberger creates a new direction in family psychotherapy - psychogenealogy, the method of which is transgenerational psychogenetic contextual therapy. In conducting her research with the help of a genosociogram, A. A. Schutzenberger came to the conclusion that in almost every family there are events that influence the fate of subsequent generations. Therefore, it can be assumed that our attitude to life, our successes and failures, the choice of profession, partner and even the age at which we decide to marry may be predetermined by the events that occurred in our family several generations before our birth. Recent genetic research confirms these theories to the point that traumatic events seem to be imprinted and are carried down through the generations in our DNA

A. A. Schutzenberger


Psychosomatics (ancient Greek ψυχή is the soul and σῶμα is the body) is a field in medicine (psychosomatic medicine) and psychology that studies the influence of psychological factors on the occurrence and course of somatic (bodily) diseases.

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There are theories that propose that all human diseases arise because of psychological inconsistencies and disorders occurring in the soul, in the subconscious or in the thoughts of a person. The most studied diseases and symptoms being influenced by psychological factors are bronchial asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, hypertension, tension headache, dizziness and autonomic disorders such as panic attacks. Somatic diseases caused by psychogenic factors are called "psychosomatic disorders."

Sigmund Freud


According to leading hygienists and toxicologists, the determination of the content of chemical elements in the hair is an indicator of the state of human health, its adaptation to living conditions and provision with micronutrients.

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Hair analysis provides an accurate assessment of the concentration of minerals in the body—those that are toxic in any amount, those that are essential and those that are necessary in small amounts, but toxic in larger amounts. This non-invasion technique readily determines exposure to toxic substances such as mercury, lead and cadmium. The correlation between mineral concentrations in the internal organs of the body and levels in the hair is much more reliable than the correlation between intracellular mineral concentration and the levels found in serum and urine specimens. Normal trace element concentrations as detected in the serum or urine, may be quite variable; however, hair analysis gives accurate readings of the intracellular levels of these substances.


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