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STRESS, ANXIETY,
SPASMOPHILIA, MILD DEPRESSION

Causes
The probable cause is an overall energy imbalance produced by the environment, by stress, psychological or emotional shock (separation, bereavement, divorce, accident, illness, etc.) leading to imbalance in sympathetic and parasympathetic systems.   The fundamental balance is thus displaced, resulting in hyper-reactivity and hypersensitivity with fight and exhaustion response: reactive asthenia.
The patient will feel like “a flat battery” with mental slowing, problems with memory and sleep, palpitations, anxiety, and depression.  The problem might be described as a “bug” in the body’s energy regulation mechanisms (activating and restraining system).

Treatment
Thus, what is needed is to recharge with positive ions - magnesium (Mg++), potassium (K+), phosphorus (P+), lithium (Li+) - at the so-called stress points shown in the maps of the authors (Charcot) to restart the disrupted fundamental balancing program at the energetic level.
This is done using the techniques known as energetic mesotherapy with the technique of percutaneous hydrotomy.
It must, however, be stressed that energy deficiency, once again, can be due to intestinal malabsorption due to dysfunction in the permeability of the mucous membrane (colitis, colonic disease, etc.) leading to an endogenous deficiency of calcium, magnesium, iron, and other trace elements for hormone production and the synthesis of chemical mediators from amino acids (e.g. tryptophan for the synthesis of serotonin in depression), with a consequent effect at distance on the brain.  The same is true for thyroid problems, hormonal balance in gynaecology, or bone disorders (very developed osteoporosis) in rheumatology.
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