Monday, 28 September 2009

mountain of painkillers needed for back pain

Mountain of analgesics needed to treat back pain – BackCare Awareness Week 10-16 October 2009

BackCare Awareness week is running from 10-16 October.

Here are some interesting statistics below about back pain:

• 52% of Britons currently suffer from back pain , costing the NHS around £480 million a year to treat.

• Nearly 5 million working days were lost as a result of back pain in 2003-04, meaning that on any one day 1% of the working population were on sickness leave due to a back problem , making back pain the largest single cause of work-related absence in Britain.

• Around 125,175,200 pain killers are consumed each year to treat back pain (men: 47, 667, 500, women: 77, 507, 700).

• 50% of back pain sufferers think their painkillers don’t last long enough and 41% of sufferers can’t sleep through the night when they have back pain

• Back pain causes more than physical discomfort with 29% of sufferers feeling depressed

• According to leading experts ‘self-management’ is the most effective treatment for the first ten days and they stress that it is important to keep mobile in the day and get a good night’s rest.

• According to back pain experts, there is a strong connection between stress and back pain. Stress causes a release of stress hormones and stress hormones increase the perception of pain.

• Increased pain can, in turn, lead to increased stress and depression creating a cycle of depression and pain that can be difficult to break.

Thursday, 17 September 2009

Hulda Clark 1928 - 2009

In Remembrance of Dr. Hulda Regehr Clark 1928 - 2009

Dr. Hulda Regehr Clark was born on October 18th, 1928 in Rosthern ,
Saskatchewan Canada.
She began her studies in biology at the University of Saskatchewan,
Canada, where she was awarded the Bachelor of Arts in 1950 , Magna Cum
Laude. Dr. Clark was awarded a Master of Arts degree, with High Honors
from the University of Saskatchewan. After two years of study at McGill
University, Dr. Clark was awarded her Doctorate degree in physiology by
the University of Minnesota in 1958. Dr. Clark studies throughout focused
on biophysics and cell physiology.

Dr. Clark established a nutritional consulting practice in the late 1960’s
as a complement to her university research at the University of Indiana.
In 1974 when Federal research funds were eliminated, she began private
nutritional consulting on a full time basis. She obtained a naturopathy
degree at the Clayton College of Natural Health.
Dr. Clark focused on consulting and independent research in all aspects
of human disease, especially cancer.
This research took her down many avenues; from the study of parasites,
bacteria, viruses and fungus to heavy metals, solvents and lately
radioactivity. She wanted to find out how the human body cells react to
these invaders.
She came up with many solutions to rid our bodies of these invaders. Dr.
Clark researched the use of herbs, essential oils, orthomolecular therapy
and frequency therapy. She focused on the importance of dental health, as
well as everyday awareness of environmental factors.
Her most important discovery was the zapper. Zapping means electrocuting
pathogens and for years she used a frequency generator to "zap" one
pathogen after another. In 1994 her son built a hand held, battery
operated, accurate frequency generator. The purpose was to kill the
intestinal fluke but she then noticed that the battery-operated zapper
killed all pathogens without having to set in a specific frequency. This
was a great time-saver.
Another key invention of Dr. Clark is the Syncrometer. It is an audio
oscillator circuit that tunes for and detects the resonance in all things
in much the same way a radio tuner located a specific station. The
Syncrometer can scan for anything in the body – be it an object, an organ,
a chemical or virus because everything has a characteristic frequency or
set of frequencies.

Dr. Clark undertook all of her research with her Syncrometer and detected
the causes of cancer, HIV and other "mysterious" diseases.
Her approach was quite simple. With the use of the Syncrometer she would
search for common denominators (e.g. toxins, pathogens) in each case she
undertook that was suffering from the same disease (for ex. cancer)

As Dr. Clark would become certain of a discovery, she would seek
confirmation of her more critical findings with conventional independent
laboratory analysis.
This was often difficult because the Syncrometer detects to specificity
well beyond the capabilities of most laboratory analysis.

Dr. Clark has written 7 books of which 5 concerning cancer. In them Dr.
Clark details her methods, her results, and her conclusions for all to
read. In her later books she describes in detail her newest frequency
technologies such as plate-zapping and homeography. In addition each
cancer book contains a specific holistic cancer fighting program.

Dr. Clark, with her self-health approach, has touched countless
individuals around the globe who have been able to help themselves with
the knowledge that she has provided. Dr. Clark endured severe attacks by
professional adversaries as well as Government Officials. She nevertheless
carried on sharing her knowledge for the benefit of health and mankind.

We are thankful for Dr. Clark’s unselfish dedication and lasting
contributions to all.

Dr. Clark passed away on September 3rd 2009 in Chula Vista California.

For more information on Dr. Clark’s protocols, visit the Informative
website about Dr. Clark and her protocols here: