This sling or hammock of muscle stretches from the pubic bone to the coccyx (tailbone), forming the floor of the pelvic area and supporting the bladder, rectum and (in women) the vagina and uterus.
When this muscle gets too slack and flabby as you get older or after childbirth, your pelvic organs can sag (prolapse) and [...]
A bladder sign is typically found in the fourth minor zone—the muscle zone, in the right iris at 22′, and in the left iris at 37′.
Bladder signs in the right iris are of organic origin and usually hereditary. Those in the left iris arise from infection. With bladder signs in [...]
Skin. Skin is the largest organ in our body. We tend to underestimate its function in the metabolism process and in particular its excretion capacity. When we sweat, glands in our skin expel toxic waste, which usually does not smell nice. We should clean the skin from such waste, because it clogs the skin, reducing [...]
We will discuss only natural detoxification methods here. By natural I mean methods of assisting and/or enhancing the natural cleansing mechanisms the body already uses every day .
Let us consider some of the organs which are responsible for the excretion of the toxic waste from our body, and see how we can assist in this [...]
(a) Nose—Left iris 52′, right iris 8′ approx.
(b) Throat and larynx—Left iris 45′-47′, right iris l3′-15′.
(c) Trachea—Right iris 12′-14′ only.
(d) Bronchi—Left iris 15′-17′, right iris 43′-45′.
(e) Lungs—Left iris 10′-15′, right iris 45′-50′ respectively, from the muscle zone outwards.
(f) Pleurae—Left iris and right iris, 15′-19′, 41′-45′- (Strictly speaking, the pleurae do [...]
The tense or anxious woman is commonly frigid. There is a loss of both sexual desire and sexual response. There may even be a kind of negative response so that the muscles go into spasm, making intercourse difficult or impossible. On the one hand, the anxious apprehension makes the free flow of emotion impossible; and [...]
Neuralgia is the pain which originates from a nerve and is felt in the part of the body which is served by that nerve, even though the problem may not be at that site. It is often the result of infection or damage of the nerve. Neuralgia may even be felt in an amputated limb, [...]
An inflammation of the kidneys is known as nephritis. The inflammation may have a number of sources and appear at different sites.
Glomerulonephritis is an inflammation of the networks of capillaries which begin to filter waste from the blood as it enters each of the kidneys. This is characterised by proteins and sometimes blood in the [...]
This form of resuscitation is also known as EAR (expired air resuscitation). It is used in first aid where the subject has stopped breathing. The technique is taught in practical first aid courses such as that which is offered by St John Ambulance Australia. The following description is a guide only. It is recommended that [...]
Morning sickness is characterised by nausea and vomiting during pregnancy. It usually occurs during the early months. About 60% of pregnant women suffer from morning sickness at some stage of their pregnancies, and some actually vomit. Morning sickness is most common between weeks 5 and 8 of pregnancy, but can persist to week 16.
Morning sickness [...]