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Today, more than ever, people are unhappy with the quality of medical care. Many people feel a breach of faith between themselves, their doctor and the medical system. Their discontent is fueled by; the ever increasing costs of medical care and medical insurance, difficulty getting and affording medical insurance, trouble scheduling a timely appointment, the long wait in the doctor’s waiting room and in the examination room, the brevity of the actual time spent with the doctor, the lack of information from the doctor, the fact that everything is treated with a medication and that frequently multiple medications are prescribed. What is worse is the realization by the general public that their medical problems are rarely solved, that their illnesses seem to be progressing and that they run an increased likelihood of developing a chronic disease. People are just not getting well and they are very frustrated and unhappy about this.

People blame the medical system, and specifically medical doctors, but the fault may be due to a problem which is bigger than just any one doctor or even the system alone. It is due to their basic lack of understanding and ability to recognize and treat Stress-Related Disorders, or SRDs.

What are SRDs? Why are they creating such a problem? What can be done about them?
SRDs care caused by stress, but not just any stress. They are caused by specific, important unresolved conflicts. Conflicts which the body, or better still the mind of the body or body-mind, feel are important and must be resolved. The body-mind often tries to communicate that these conflicts are important and that they must be resolved. It may get our attention in many ways including through dreams, accidents, and a progressive series of individual small physical, mental or emotional complaints, usually referred to as symptoms by the medical profession. It is important to be able to identify and resolve the causes of the SRD’s to return to a state of well-being.

The body-mind wants us to listen to it. When we do not listen, we do not change. To get our attention the body-mind will progressively up the ante and increase the intensity and severity of these symptoms, until it ultimately creates an even more serious series of symptoms and signs which end up causing physical changes to the body and what we most commonly refer to as illness and even disease.

If we act on this information before injury occurs the process can and will be reversed. If we don’t act then illness will occur and eventually damage our body, or our mental, emotional or spiritual aspects.

The general public, the medical profession and most doctors are not trained to recognize stress or SRDs. As a result of this SRD’s are almost entirely missed. While the person knows something is wrong, their doctor has no way of understanding what is happening. They treat their patient’s symptoms and not their causes. The process often progresses to disease and even chronic disease.

If SRDs are recognized early on they are often easy to resolve. If SRD’s are left unrecognized and untreated they can progress until real illness and disease are created.

If you are suffering from vague but problematic symptoms....
If you are not getting help from the medical profession....
If you are using over-the-counter medications very frequently or on a daily basis
If you know something is wrong but cannot identify it
If you are feeling sick and no one can figure out what is wrong with you
If you have been told that your symptoms are all in your head!@

You may have a Stress Related Disorder and now YOU can do something about it!

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