Multiple Sclerosis-Journey Into Hell

Multiple Sclerosis has both a beginning and an end! The beginning was our choice, and likewise the end. We make the daily ultimate choices both good and bad. What will yours be?

Saturday, July 26, 2008

Regarding Terry Shiavo

Regarding Terry Shiavo

A few days ago I reviewed the audio version of Detective Mark Fuhrmans book expose on certain medical and historical facts concerning Terry Shiavo. I judged it to be informative, detailed and quite interesting. I do not take issue with anything presented save one particular assumption.

As far as I’m concerned,

Terry Shiavo indeed collapsed from a systemic physiologic failure due to a protracted Drug Overdose intoxication. The drug was Caffeine!

I have held firm in this belief since certain facts came to my attention when Terry came to national attention. The information in Fuhrmans book simply corroborated my personal diagnosis.

7 Comments:

  • At Sunday, January 3, 2010 at 8:13:00 AM EST, Blogger coco said…

  • At Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 1:16:00 PM EST, Blogger Kari said…

    Caffeine increases adrenaline levels around the clock in daily use.
    Elevated adrenaline levels accelerate the natrium exchange pumps of skeletal muscle cells.
    Natrium accumulates in the cells and bind extracellular water through semi-permeable cell wall.
    The cell swells, until it bursts, leakin myoglobine in the blood cirkulation.
    Myoglobine is chopped down to iron and porphyrins.
    Porphyrins disturb the cns and create depression, anxity and panic disorder.
    Porphyrins also disturb the kidneys, and reduce the excretion of uric acids, which start to accumulate in tissue, close to bones all ocer the body, causing chronic pain, that correlates some 80% of depression. The pains are similar to those of multiple sclerosis, which is also caused by this same mechanism in an unknown number of cases.

     
  • At Tuesday, January 19, 2010 at 7:33:00 PM EST, Blogger Kari said…

    Terry Schiavo, collapse due to lack of oxygen in brains.

    TS used caffeine on daily basis. Caffeine causes rhabdomyolysis when od:d, the mechanism is based on the rise of adrenaline levels, which control the natrium exchange pumps of skeletal muscle cells, to maintain optimal chemical balance of muscles for fast action.

    When overdosed, various exchange pumps accelerate so much, that it causes hyponatremia, when extracellular natrium is being pumped in the cells. Intracellular natrium binds extracellular water in order to adjust te concentration to match that of extracellular fluid. The cell bulges until it breaks.

    Myoglobin is released from the cells, and broken to iron and porphyrins. Porphyrins cause an uncontrolled acceleration of HPA-axis, controlling the release of stress hormones, and ends in an adrenergic storm, with heart or brain related incident as cause of death.

    When caffeine is used on daily basis, it causes caffeinism to some 10-20% of users. The condition may advance very slowly, it can take years before any symptoms can be diagnosed, and the condition is always misdiagnosed to psyche related condition like depression, anxiety, panic disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, manic depression, psychosis, schizophrenia etc.

    In my mind, TS may have developed her eating disorder because of caffeinism, and that the eating disorder made her progressively more vulnerable to the effects of caffeine. Malnutrition makes the body use itself as food, and this releases more and more porfyrins in the blood, and stress hormone levels are kept up on 24/7 basis.

    The situation with stress hormones affect the smooth muscles surrounding blood vessels, causing them to shrink, which elevates blood pressure, and inhibits blood circulation in brains. One cup of coffee means 30% less bloodflow in brains, and also less nutrients and oxygen. When this goes on for a long period of time, it kills brains slowly, starting from the tiniest vessels.

    When a person lives with this kind of situation, where cell death releases lots of porphyrins in the blood, he is a walking time bomb, that can turn into a vegetable in a couple of minutes. Almost any minor stimulus to stress hormones can trigger the adrenergic storm.

    I have experianced this myself. I lived with caffeinism for more than two decades, and experianced a couple of hypertensive crisis situations, and have studied caffeine about 1½ years extensively. I am complitely healed now, about 2 years after my caffeine cessation.

     
  • At Wednesday, January 20, 2010 at 6:32:00 AM EST, Blogger Kari said…

    The mechanism that destroys the brains is based on adrenaline/natrium connection.

    Adrenaline accelerates the natrium pumps of skeletal muscle cells, leeching natrium from the blood. The brain, however, has normal natrium concentration, and because brains cannot get rid of natrium to lower the concentration to same level with blood, the natrium in the brains bind more water from blood, the brains swell, and are slowly exploded to pieces.

    When the higher parts of brains are destroyed, and if the brain stem functions, the natrium level is restored as soon as the adrenaline level sinks.

    When liver and kidneys have cleaned excess porfyrines from blood, the cramping of respiratory muscles ends, and breathing starts again. Porphyrines are known to cause cramping of smooth muscles, and create a "boa constrictor syndrome" by tightening the rsp muscles every time one breathes out. The sympotm worsens in warmth, and can cause death by suffocation during sleep. I know this from own experience.

     
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