Thursday, May 1, 2014
Are you in the wrong organ "time zone?" In yesterday's Health tip I discussed the fact that if all of the body's energy had to go to all the organ circuits all the time, there would not be enough energy to go around. Each organ circuit has its time of highest energy being dedicated to it. (Read yesterday's tip to see what organs are most active at different times of day)
Yesterday we discussed how you can often determine why a symptom may only appear at a certain time of day, because of the organ that goes active at that time. Now we are discussing how that often there is a body clock "time zone" problem that is the issue.
Organ Time Zone (OTZ) problems occur when and organ that should only be active during the daytime to be getting its time of highest energy at the wrong time. This type of organ time zone problem is medically referred to as desynchronosis, which is a physiological condition which results from alterations to the body's circadian rhythms. Anyone who has traveled overseas has experienced desynchronosis in the form of jet-lag.
A common example of OTZ problems is seen when the bladder circuit, which should have its time of highest energy between 3-5 p.m., instead turns on in the middle of the night, due to the body's time zones being off by three or four time zones.
This type problem can only be addressed by a doctor trained to correct the body's energetic clock and organ time zones, due to the fact that in order to correct the problems special frequency-based tests must first identify the where the problems are coming from and then what to do about it.
Of course, not ever case of excessive urination at night will be due to OTZ issues. Not every case of insomnia, coughing, pain, neuropathy, and such, can be blamed on OTZ problems, however organ desynchronosis is something that the doctors at the Hansa Center are always checking and correcting as part of facilitating your body's ability to get back to the life and health you seek.
It is unlikely that your conventional medical doctor will be trained to identify and address these issues, so seek out a more natural-inclined, health professional that is trained to correct OTZ issues.
For almost 20 years we have exclusively dealt with people with non-responsive, chronic conditions. If you live outside (or inside) of the State of Kansas and are considering coming to the Hansa Center...you are not alone...over 90% of our patients come from other states and countries. Talk with Kara, our wonderful and compassionate Patient Care Coordinator, directly by calling (316-686-5900), or have a private live chat with her on our webpage HansaCenter.com and let us help you get here. Share