The decline in health of the individual

by | Awareness

The following figures represent a statistical cross-section worldwide of the current biological and social decline in modern society. They are taken from recent reports from the American Heart Association, the American Cancer Society, and other national medical and public health organizations. The list has to be updated continuously – it is far from complete and only shows a small section.

Dementia disease

This degenerative brain cell disease affects an estimated 100 million people, usually between the ages of 40 and 70, of whom around 65 percent are affected by Alzheimer’s disease. For the first time in 2015, the greatest number of people died of dementia, which meant that cardiovascular diseases were second Alzheimer’s disease became the number one killer.

Heart and circulatory diseases

Heart attacks, strokes and other circulatory diseases are the second leading cause of death in modern society; every second dies from it. In 1920 only one in nine died of a heart or blood vessel disease. Today, over a billion people have high blood pressure, which is a major risk factor. Every year around 70 million people worldwide suffer a heart attack. Another 15 million have a stroke. Heart disease is the number one killer in developed countries. At the same time, 13,000 people starve to death in the non-industrialized nations every day! Shouldn’t we also treat our metaphysical heart …

cancer

The third leading killer of death in modern society is cancer, which kills about 440,000 Americans each year. In addition, there are 850,000 new cases and a further 400,000 cases of usually non-fatal skin cancer. At the turn of the century, around every 25th suffered from cancer. In 1950 one in eight was infected, and today one in three of the current American population. The number of lung cancers is increasing the fastest, while every eleventh woman gets breast cancer. The number of cancer cases is increasing significantly worldwide: By 2030, 21.6 million new cancer cases are expected per year compared to 14 million in 2012, according to the 2014 World Cancer Report, which the World Health Organization (WHO) presented. Cancer deaths will also rise from 8.2 to 13 million.

Surgical interventions

313 million operations were performed worldwide in 2012. This is an estimate that the World Health Organization (WHO) has just published. Compared to 2004, the number of surgical interventions has increased by 40 percent.

arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis is the most common form of arthritis. In the western industrialized countries around two percent of the adult population is affected. These and other numbers vary depending on which source you use. It mainly affects women. They get sick three times more often than men. Children and teenagers can also get rheumatoid arthritis. Although rheumatoid arthritis predominantly occurs between the ages of 30 and 80, its peak disease is between the ages of 35 and 50.

osteoporosis

According to the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF), 27.5 million people are affected by the chronic disease in the European Union alone. By 2025 it is estimated to be 33.9 million.

Mental illness

600 million people worldwide suffer from a mental illness. The widespread use is not only an enormous burden for those affected and their relatives, it also causes considerable costs for the health systems, emphasized experts at the Congress of the World Psychiatry Society (WPA) in Vienna. In Europe alone, an estimated 175 million people are affected, and the trend is growing.

ADHD

The children of the world are pacified and adjusted. 100 million children worldwide are said to use drugs. More and more children are being diagnosed with ADHD. With enormously serious consequences for the children and parents concerned. This diagnosis is untenable and in most cases a crime against children and parents. Why has this diagnosis been prescribed inflationarily in recent years? This area is too important not to be discussed. The “beneficial pills” for or against the apparently unrestrained children are Ritalin or generic drugs with the same active ingredient methylphenidate. It is administered several times a day and, depending on the dose, will calm even the most nervous offspring. At least some serious side effects of Ritalin & Co. have been known for years and are no longer concealed even by pharmaceutical companies and prescribing doctors:

Severe personality changes, destruction of one’s own will and that even with children! Sleep disorders, loss of appetite and even underweight, significant growth retardation of over 20 percent per year, reports of sudden death in the USA, palpitations, seizures and much more

AIDS

The name HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is an immunodeficiency virus belonging to the retrovirus family. The HIV virus, which is transmitted through body fluids in particular through blood, if left untreated, leads to AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome) after an incubation period of varying length. The continued destruction of the body’s immune system becomes life-threatening for those infected with AIDS, as a result of which the body becomes increasingly susceptible to opportunistic infections and tumors. Originally it was mainly male homosexuals, intravenous drug addicts, hemophiliacs and people from tropical climates who contracted it. The disease has long since started to affect women, heterosexual men and other groups. HIV infected total 36.7 million.

diabetes

500 million people worldwide are currently diagnosed with diabetes. Around 47 percent of the entire world population suffers from diabetes, and not all of them are diagnosed yet. That would then be almost half of the entire world population. There are forecasts that predict even significantly higher rates.

epilepsy

Epilepsy is one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood and the most common neurological disease overall. Up to one percent of all people get epilepsy, ten percent have an attack once in a lifetime. With 7.5 billion people that’s 75 million people.

Parkinson’s disease (Parkinson’s disease)

Parkinson’s disease is one of the most common diseases of the nervous system worldwide. The number of new cases per year fluctuates between two and 24 cases per 100,000 people worldwide.

multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis, as a heterogeneous group of inflammatory demyelinating diseases of the central nervous system, is the second most common neurological disease in younger adults after epilepsy. Multiple sclerosis is one of the most common chronic inflammatory diseases worldwide. The information on the number of diseases worldwide varies between one and 2.5 million

Reproductive system diseases

It is estimated that around 15 percent of couples of reproductive age have problems conceiving; this means that around 100 million people are infertile.

Kidney dialysis

Today 1.5 people are dependent on dialysis. 175 people per one million population suffer from “terminal kidney failure”. This means that kidney function is so severely restricted that those affected can only survive thanks to kidney replacement therapy (dialysis, transplant). The cost of chronic kidney disease is increasing. This number is expected to double over the next ten years.

Toxoplasmosis pathogen

The number of articles about these “mind parasites” – as they are often called in professional circles – has increased noticeably recently (as of 2017). More and more scientists have found that the “Toxoplasma gondii” parasite infects a large number of people and is not as harmless as previously assumed. Figures show that around a third of people are already infected.

Professor Jaroslav Flegr from Charles University in Prague found out that this protozoon has profoundly changed people’s personality. Up to this point in time, the topic appeared repeatedly in the public media, but the actual explosiveness of this topic was considerably weakened.

Morgellons

The mysterious Morgellon pathogens appear to be a mixture of different life forms, mainly to be from fungi and microparasites. They show physical characteristics, behaviors and effects similar to those of protozoa, algae, fungi, lice, thrips, moths, flies, springtails, fleas and worms.

When dermatologists are confronted with Morgellons, they have usually never heard of it. Often these patients are diagnosed as having an imaginary “parasitic madness” and are given psychotropic drugs. Doctors believe that the problem lies in their heads, not under their skin. An often hasty “diagnosis”, as a study at the world-famous Mayo Clinic in Rochester (Minnesota) showed. The term “Morgellons”, which is also called the “quiet or secret epidemic”, and which is often erroneously only used as a synonym for a skin disease, has been established worldwide since 2002. As early as 2011, the ‘American Medical Association’ reported: “Morgellons is also a systemic disease”.

Transplants

80,000 kidney transplants, 2,400 pancreatic transplants, 6,700 heart transplants, 27,000 liver transplants and 4,700 lung transplants are carried out every year.

The world population at the turn of the year 2016/17 was around 7.47 billion people. The UN expects the population to grow by around 78 million per year between 2015 and 2020. The United Nations expects around 9.7 billion people to be around the world by 2050. For the year 2100, 11.2 billion people are forecast.

There are just over 1.8 billion children around the world today. This means that under 14s make up 27 percent of the world’s population. Most of the children live in Asia and Africa. In some African countries, such as Uganda, Niger and Mali, almost half of the population are children; in the whole of Africa their share of the total population is 41 percent.

In certain regions children have more difficulties to cope with than elsewhere. Illnesses, inadequate educational opportunities and malnutrition are hampering their development, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. Four in ten African children under the age of five cannot achieve their physical or mental potential due to poor nutrition. In Asia this applies to every third child under five.

An African child is almost ten times more likely than a European child to not see their fifth birthday. Pneumonia and diarrheal disease cause more than a third of all deaths under five in Africa. It is estimated that around 850,000 children under the age of five die of malaria each year – 90 percent of them in Africa. And over 90 percent of the 2.5 million children under the age of 14 who are infected with the HI virus live in a single region of the world: Sub-Saharan Africa.

anxiety

Unlike me, the “experts” do not define fear as a contagious disease. Anxiety is one of the most powerful and highly contagious diseases. Anxiety is the more common cause of many “expert” defined diseases than most people think.

The subject of fear is far too important to hide here. More on this in my book: The secrets of health for body, soul and spirit.

costs

The costs for this type of “sickness system” have long since gotten out of hand and can no longer be paid for.

If we now add everything up, we can see that practically all of humanity is seriously ill physically, mentally and spiritually.

How often do I hear excuses and protective claims like: “Oh, then everyone would be sick …”

Yes – that’s exactly how it is – and it is time to turn back – back to nature!

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Author: André Blank

André is a health-mentor and author. He is the founder, owner and CEO of Vivoterra® AG.

He is convinced, that all people with healthy heart-QI – true love – are allowed to live a life in trust, peace, freedom and health – and that we have the potential to realize such a life for ourselves.

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