15 SELF-DESTRUCTIVE traits that cause serious diseases

15 SELF-DESTRUCTIVE traits that cause serious diseases

NordenBladet – Many medical theories today estimate that nearly 70% of all diseases are caused by negative thoughts or emotional stress. Diseases caused this way are called psychosomatic, and these health concerns include both your mind and body.

Even short-term intense stress can lead to stomach ulcers, and in just a few years, stress can cause diabetes or heart disease, not to mention poor general health, reduced ability to function and constant unhappiness. Doctors and scientists agree that our thoughts directly affect the work of the organs and the general condition of the body.

Ancient medicine is classified as holistic medicine because it takes care not only of the body but also of the mind, taking into account the lifestyle of the person. This method eliminates the cause of the disease, and does not just treat the symptoms, stopping the disease from returning. Because modern medicine is more concerned with the consequences of a disease—physical disorders—the disease can come back because the cause has often not been treated.

Ancient Ayurvedic* health science has not only proved the existence of psychosomatic diseases, but has also provided a list of specific diseases caused by certain characteristics.

Here are 15 characteristics that may explain the causes of a disease in you or those close to you:
1. Jealousy causes oncological diseases and weakens the immune system.
2. Vengeance brings about insomnia and laryngeal diseases.
3. Inability to resolve situations leads to lung diseases.
4. Lack of moral principles brings on chronic diseases, infectious diseases and skin diseases.
5. Excessive resoluteness or stubbornly adhering to one’s beliefs leads to diabetes, migraines and inflammation.
6. Lying causes alcoholism, fungal infections and weakens the immune system.
7. Aggressiveness results in stomach ulcers, heartburn and salt warts.
8. Withdrawnness brings about schizophrenia and kidney diseases.
9. Meanness leads to epilepsy, asthma and anemia.
10. Conflict proneness causes the thyroid gland to dilate.
11. Sluggishness leads to diabetes.
12. Inconsistency or moodiness brings about infertility.
13. Cruelty and the tendency to offend others cause diabetes and heart disease.
14. Anxiety and worrying lead to digestive problems, heart and skin diseases.
15. Greed entails oncological diseases, obesity and heart diseases.
On the positive side, if you can improve your character, the related diseases will disappear without a trace!

* Ayurveda (Sanskrit आयुर्वेद āyurveda, ‘science of life’) is a system of traditional Indian medicine. Ayurveda uses nutritional therapy, massage, yoga techniques, complex medicines consisting of herbs, minerals and metals.

The founding texts of Ayurveda the Suśrutha Saṃhitā and the Charaka Saḿhitā (about 700 BC—500 AD).

The three most important principles in Ayurveda are the three doshas: vata, pitta, kapha. Doshas are subtle energies that affect all aspects of life. The imbalance of doshas brings on good health, whereas the imbalance of doshas causes a disease.

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