Human Desings System

Know yourself if you want to become wise – Human Design is one of the best ways to do just that.
In 1987, the physicist Alan Robert Krakower discovered the Human Design System with the help of Peter Schülber and has since developed it further. How you can use this system optimally for you, you will learn in this article.

What is Human Design?

Human Design is a kind of advanced “horoscope” that helps you to better recognize and understand your own and your fellow human beings’ behavior.

The development of the Human Design System is based on astrology, modern physics and knowledge of quantum physics and neutrinos. Neutrinos are tiny particles that can penetrate everything that exists in the world. The Chinese I Ching with its 64 hexagrams as well as the Kabbalah from numerology also influence human design. The combination of all these systems makes an unbelievable self-knowledge possible for the individual person on the basis of few data.

In general, Human Design serves to answer or explain various questions. For example, it can shed light on why we react appropriately in certain situations or why our children have very different personalities.
It helps to better understand oneself as well as one’s fellow human beings and thus to become more just to them. It is often easier to respond to others if you are familiar with their behavior.

On the website you can create a so-called Free Chart. All you need to do is enter your name, date and place of birth. Your personal human design pattern will be created. This figure shows nine centers, with the most important, meaningful information being listed. A distinction is made between four basic types:

1st Manifestor: The Manifestor is someone who develops ideas from within himself, makes inventions and says where things go. He is usually a visionary.
The 2nd projector: The projector is very talented in organization and planning. He always has an eye on the schedule and can manage super.
The 3rd the generator: This type concerns the mass of people. These work as long as they have energy.
The 4th manifesting generator: The manifesting generator is basically similar to the generator. However, he can implement certain ideas or orders very well and listen more to his personal intuition.

Within these four types there are certain classes. These numbers reveal how the own type is filled in.
Both authority and strategy play a role.

Authority tells you what you should listen to when you make your own decisions. There are few specific centers that are relevant to you.
Strategy, on the other hand, describes the way you interact with your environment. It becomes clear whether you are more likely to react or whether you let yourself be questioned before you do something.

All these insights can help to go through life more focused and thus achieve better results. Understanding one’s self better helps to reduce pressure and accept situations as they are.

Each of the nine centers has certain characteristics. If they are defined, they are fixed and cannot be influenced. If, on the other hand, the center is open for changes, learning, but also for possible manipulation. The open centers are usually the centers that cause us difficulties in life because they allow us to grow and learn, which is not always easy. The nine centers are as follows: Head Center, Throat Center, Self Center, Ego Center, Emotional Center, Spleen Center, Sacral Center, Root Center and Solar Plexus Center.

The Free Chart offers a first insight into the extensive topic of Human Design. Of course, all literature is available. It takes a lot of time and curiosity to fully understand Human Design. But once you have understood your self, you can grow with this knowledge.

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The contents offered here serve exclusively for neutral information and general further education. They do not constitute a recommendation or advertisement of the diagnostic methods, treatments or drugs described or mentioned. The text makes no claim to completeness, nor can the topicality, accuracy and balance of the information provided be guaranteed. The text in no way replaces the expert advice of a doctor or pharmacist and may not be used as a basis for independent diagnosis and the beginning, modification or termination of treatment of diseases. Always consult a doctor of your choice if you have health questions or complaints! DiePraxisFamily Lld. and the authors accept no liability for inconvenience or damage resulting from the use of the information presented here.
Sugar tastes sweet and most people love it, but it still carries some risks for our health. Regular hunger for sweets has several causes. On the one hand, it is possible that too few starchy carbohydrates are consumed, and on the other, constant consumption of sugary foods can lead to ravenous appetite. In this article you will find out what happens in the body and what alternatives there are to conventional sugar.
The glucose supply in the body

The glucose supply to the muscles and brain plays a major role in health. Especially for working people, pupils or students, the brain is under great strain in everyday life. The desire for sweets quickly arises, as the brain needs glucose to work properly. This craving can be due to a lack of starchy carbohydrates. A balanced diet with enough starchy carbohydrates ensures that the body has a sufficient supply of glucose. For example, oatmeal or buckwheat flakes for breakfast and a good portion of potatoes, corn, rice or millet for lunch and dinner. Starch consists of glucose molecules, which are essential for an adequate supply.

Another reason for sweet appetite can be a fungal or parasite infection in the intestine. As these people like to feed on sugar, they often direct their appetite towards sweets.

In addition, too much stress and other emotional burdens can trigger a sweet tooth. Through sugar we try to calm ourselves down. Certain systems in the body are triggered, followed by a surge of tryptophane in the brain, which in turn ensures the release of serotonin. As a result we are relaxed and feel good.

The negative properties of sugar

By consuming sugar, the insulin in the body is constantly being chased upwards. When there is a lot of insulin in the bloodstream and sugar is consumed, the blood sugar level rises. If this happens permanently, it is called diabetes. The body works against this process by releasing insulin again, which transports sugar into the cells. In principle, this sugar should also be transported there. However, the system no longer works if sugary foods are consumed regularly. If insulin levels rise too high, more sugar is brought into the cells than was actually consumed. The blood sugar level drops and leads again to a feeling of hunger. This leads to a changing cycle of too much and too little sugar. The consequences are fatigue and exhaustion because the energy balance has become unbalanced.

Alternatives to sugar

There are some good alternatives to conventional sugar. Contrary to popular belief, alternatives such as agave syrup, maple syrup, brown sugar and cane sugar are not healthy, but are also bad for the body. For example, agave syrup consists of 100% fructose. Honey is fine, as it consists of half glucose and half fructose. However, the bees suffer from it, because they are bred for honey. Actually honey serves only the bees themselves and should not be consumed by humans. other good alternatives, which do not affect the insulin household, are xylitol and erythritol. Both are suitable for sweetening food and drinks of any kind. Xylitol is also very good for oral hygiene. Just put some xylitol in your mouth after brushing your teeth, this ensures a good oral flora. But be careful, because excessive consumption of xylitol can lead to diarrhoea.
The best and healthiest alternative to sugar is date sugar. It offers many nutrients such as magnesium, potassium and calcium. The date is completely processed during production. It is first dried and then ground to produce a powder – the date sugar. This can be purchased in organic food stores, health food shops and on the Internet. There is also a date syrup, but it is not as healthy as date sugar.
Date sugar can be used for baking and cooking. It can be used to sweeten smoothies, muesli and rice pudding.

With the healthy sugar alternatives you are doing yourself a favour, as your muscle and fat balance is improved. If sugar cannot be avoided, you should combine it with a meal. So the piece of chocolate after lunch is no problem. But you should avoid sweets in between as much as possible.

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The basis of our work in practice is a theoretical model that has been known in the Asian world for several thousand years. In an amazing way, this ancient model helps to put our modern knowledge about man and health into a logical order and hierarchy.

Basically: “A physical or psychic-emotional suffering can best be cured on the level where it was created.

The challenge is to find out the causal level. Very often symptoms on the physical level (allergies, pain, chronic diseases) are caused on the mental or intuitive level.

Whenever there is a “grievance” on one of the upper levels, it can happen that the problem shows up on a lower level, down to the physical level.

And this is exactly where our work starts:

  • First the symptom is assigned to the appropriate level.
  • Then causal connections to the other levels are examined and diagnosed, and if possible treated, usually with rapid and excellent results.



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The contents offered here serve exclusively for neutral information and general further education. They do not constitute a recommendation or advertisement of the diagnostic methods, treatments or drugs described or mentioned. The text makes no claim to completeness, nor can the topicality, accuracy and balance of the information provided be guaranteed. The text in no way replaces the expert advice of a doctor or pharmacist and may not be used as a basis for independent diagnosis and the beginning, modification or termination of treatment of diseases. Always consult a doctor of your choice if you have health questions or complaints! DiePraxisFamily Lld. and the authors accept no liability for inconvenience or damage resulting from the use of the information presented here.

The coronavirus (COVID-19) is currently on everyone’s lips. Worldwide everything revolves around this novel virus and its dangers. In the following article we have summarized the scientific aspects of an infection with the virus as well as possibilities and means to contain the virus. Please note that a visit to a doctor may still be necessary in the event of a possible infection, in order to be able to control severe courses and further spread at an early stage.

First, it is important to know that the coronavirus is not new. It’s been around for a long time. It is comparable to a respiratory infection as we all know it. The family doctor classically treats such an infection with vitamin C, chamomile tea and rest at home. Usually there is no antibiotic treatment. An infection with coronaviruses has a similar course. As a rule, the affected person is fit again after about five to seven days and before that only shows slight symptoms such as cough and sore throat. COVID-19 is therefore not a new development.

Nevertheless, as is the case with other viruses, severe courses can occur, which in the worst case can lead to death. These courses are also known with the flu, also called “influenza”.

What happens in the body when you are infected with the coronavirus?

When the coronavirus spreads in the body, various processes take place in the body. So-called furines, i.e. certain proteins on the cell wall, are decisive for whether a protein or a virus is activated in the body. As soon as the virus reaches the cell, this amino acid is taken away so that the virus can develop. In this way the coronavirus is activated in the cells.

If the course of a disease suddenly becomes very severe in the form of pneumonia, too many furines are active at this time. In order to then deactivate the furine, the intake of Andrographis is suitable. This is a herb which is available as a tincture. This stops the work of the furine and can be effective in severe cases. However, this product is not recommended as a prophylaxis for healthy people or for mild courses of disease.

Once the lungs are infected, large cytokine strains develop. These stresses are referred to in their entirety as inflammasome. The coronavirus causes the so-called NLRP3 inflammasome, which is responsible for the severe courses. This can be stopped very well with vitamin C as infusion or liposomal intake. It is also possible to use melatonin for treatment. Unfortunately, the drug is not available in Europe, but is allowed in countries outside the EU. There are numerous, partly very recent scientific studies on this treatment, which prove the effectiveness of vitamin C and melatonin against the NLRP3 inflammasome.

Another decisive factor in an infection is the viroporin function. The viruses try to reproduce within the cell to produce many baby viruses. The cell generally ensures that the viruses remain in it. However, the viroporins enable the viruses to make holes in the cell wall through which the reproduced viruses can get out and infect other cells. Once the holes in the cell walls have formed, too much calcium flows into the cells. This initiates a mechanism that produces peroxynitrite in the cell. This is highly toxic to the cell and destroys it. If this process is repeated too often, it can lead to severe cellular diseases such as ALS. Furthermore, this process in turn activates the NLRP3 inflammasome.

High frequencies such as WLAN, radio and mobile phone networks can also disrupt the mechanism of the cell and thus allow more calcium to flow into the cell. In this context, it is also possible to understand why the coronavirus is worse in those parts of the world where the 5G network has already been activated. Try to stay away from the frequencies if you are infected.

What helps with an infection with the coronavirus?

At first, a very simple thing can help you get better: Buzz! The buzzing produces nitrogen in the body, which stops the NLRP3 inflammasome. So if you notice the infection, you should hum as often as possible to prevent a serious course.

The following means are also helpful:

– Cat’s claw as tincture (strengthens the immune system)
– Cat’s claw as tincture (strengthens the immune system)
– Andographis
– Marigold
– Rosmarin
– helmet herb
– Licorice as tincture or pure
– Vitamin C
– Propolis has a good effect on inflammation of the throat. During the first five days of infection, the virus is mainly active in the mouth and throat area.
– The liquid HOCl, i.e. hypochlorous acid, is suitable for cleaning surfaces, but also the hands, face and even the oral cavity. The acid is also produced by the body itself, so it is not harmful. It does not burn and ensures that the virus disappears.

The conventional medical variant would be a treatment with the plant Artemisia Annua, which helps against many germs, for example also against malaria. It is the basic substance for chloroquine, which helps to keep disease courses harmless and eliminate the virus.

What should be avoided in case of an infection?

The intake of ACE inhibitors and selenium should be avoided at all costs if the affected person is infected with COVID-19.

On the lung wall are the so-called ACE-2 receptors, to which ACE docks. Through this process the blood pressure is regulated. ACE inhibitors are generally used for the regulation of blood pressure. The virus uses this to enter the cells and massively infect the lungs. The more receptors are already occupied by ACE, the less the virus can enter the lungs. However, if an inhibitor is taken, it is ensured that ACE is only minimally present. This means that many receptors are free and the lungs can be exposed to the virus all the more. The same process takes place when taking selenium, which has the natural function to inhibit ACE.

A large part of the above mentioned remedies are available online at There is also a new mixture called “NoCoV” available, which contains some of the above mentioned agents. For the tinctures, it is recommended to take 10-15 drops three times a day (half for children). These remedies help well to prevent corona or treat infections that have already developed.

Overall you should not worry too much about Corona. In most cases an infection is harmless. Especially pregnant women may be cautious in this situation, but they have an even lower risk of falling ill. Pregnant women produce more melatonin, which prevents the coronavirus from docking.

Studies, literature, sources:

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Einige Menschen gehen nicht richtig aufs Klo, weil sie es nicht besser wissen. Der menschliche Schließmuskel ist ein großes Phänomen, daher ist es wichtig, diesen besser zu verstehen. Ein simpler Trick kann Dir dabei helfen, mögliche Krankheiten und vor allem Fehler beim Stuhlgang zu vermeiden.

Der Schließmuskel im AllgemeinenWir Menschen haben nicht nur einen, sondern sogar zwei Schließmuskel in unserem Körper. Dabei wird unterschieden zwischen dem Schließmuskel, den wir bewusst betätigen und steuern können und dem, der sich nur dann öffnet, wenn sich das Körpersystem auf den nächsten Stuhlgang einstellt. Dieser bleibt beispielsweise in stressigen Situationen geschlossen und öffnet sich, sobald Entspannung eintritt. Erst dann tritt das Gefühl ein, auf die Toilette zu müssen. Wenn Du nun dringend zur Toilette musst, dient der willkürliche Schließmuskel dazu, mögliches Pupsen und den Stuhlgang bewusst zurück zu halten.

Ständige Anspannung, um Flüssigkeiten und Gase einzuhalten?Im Endbereich des Analgangs befindet sich ein Schwellkörper aus Venen. Dieser sorgt dafür, dass keine Flüssigkeiten oder Gase entweichen. Der Schwellkörper, auch Hämorriden genannt, dichtet den Darm komplett ab, ohne dass sich dafür ein Muskel dauerhaft anstrengen muss. Hämorriden sind im menschlichen Körper ganz normal und bereiten lediglich Probleme, wenn sie verrutschen oder aus dem After dringen.

Der Schambein-Mastdarm-MuskelDer sogenannte “musculus puborectalis” sorgt dafür, dass der Darm automatisch abgeknickt wird. Der Darm wird am Ende von diesem Muskel umschlungen. Wenn Du stehst, zieht der Muskel am Darm und knickt diesen automatisch ab. Im Moment der aufrechten Körperhaltung wird der willkürliche, sowie der unwillkürliche Schließmuskel mit dieser Funktion sehr gut unterstützt. Der Druck vom After bleibt aus, sodass nicht ständig etwas zugepresst werden muss.

Doch es gibt folgendes Problem: Durch unsere Entwicklung und Zivilisation und damit dem Einzug des Wasserklosetts, haben wir natürlich viel Gutes erlebt. Wir haben saubere Straßen und keine schlimmen Krankheiten mehr, die wir übertragen. Allerdings nehmen wir eine Sitzposition auf der Toilette ein, die nicht günstig für die Stuhlabgabe ist. Das hat damit zutun, dass der Muskel, der das Ende des Darms abknickt, erst dann loslässt und entspannt, wenn Du dich in der Hocke befindest. Natürlich kannst Du im Sitzen aufs Klo gehen, allerdings muss sich der Stuhl mühselig um die entstandene Kurve herumquetschen. Das kann zu gesundheitlichen Problemen wie Aussackungen, vermehrten Hämorriden und deren Austreten aus dem After, sowie vielen weiteren Erkrankungen führen. Auch Verstopfungserscheinungen und lange Sitzungen auf der Toilette können daraus resultieren.

Die LösungUm die genannten Probleme zu vermeiden, solltest Du dir einen Hocker besorgen. Während Du auf der Toilette sitzt, stellst Du die Füße auf den Hocker und beugst Deinen Oberkörper leicht nach vorne. Der optimale Winkel von etwa fünfunddreißig Grad entsteht und erleichtert den Stuhlgang. Wer etwas akrobatischer ist kann sich mit etwas Übung auch auf den Rand der Kloschüssel hocken. Unterwegs eignet sich zum Abstellen der Füße genauso gut der Kosmetikeimer, welcher in den meisten Badezimmern zu finden ist.

Versuche in Zukunft immer richtig auf dem Klo zu sitzen, während Du deinen Stuhl ablässt. Damit schonst Du deinen Darm enorm und tust etwas Wichtiges für Deine Gesundheit.

Most people associate the vitamin folic acid with pregnancy. However not only pregnant women, but each humans need a certain measure of Folsäure in the body, in order to remain healthy. Which consequences a Folsäuremangel has and how you can take Folsäure best to you, experience you in this contribution.

Folic acid belongs to the group of B vitamins and is also known as vitamin B9. Folic acid is essential, which means that the body cannot produce this vitamin on its own. It must be supplied to the body either through food or, if necessary, through preparations. The human body is able to store the vitamin for about three to four months. Nevertheless, regular intake of the vitamin is advisable in cases of deficiency symptoms.

Symptoms of folic acid deficiency

A severe deficiency usually does not go unnoticed, as some symptoms can develop over time. Annemia (anemia) is possible, but it occurs rather rarely. It is also possible that the thrombocytes, i.e. the red blood platelets, decrease. When healthy, these ensure the formation of crusts in wounds. If the number of thrombocytes is too low, bleeding from injuries cannot be stopped or can only be stopped with difficulty. Other symptoms are sudden weight loss, nausea, diarrhea and inflammation of the tongue. If inflammation of the tongue occurs frequently, this can be an indication of folic acid deficiency.

Vitamin B9 and vitamin B12 are needed in the body to break down homocysteine. If these vitamins are not available in sufficient quantities, the homocysteine in the blood may rise high and thus endanger the blood vessels. In the worst case, arteriosclerosis, a chronic disease of the arteries, can develop.

Folic acid during pregnancy

When planning a pregnancy, it is important to take sufficient folic acid beforehand. If there is a folic acid deficiency, there is a risk that the baby will be born with an open back. The first few days of pregnancy are crucial. Since most women do not usually learn about the pregnancy until the second or third week, it may already be too late at this point. The birth of a child with an open back is very rare. Nevertheless, the folic acid balance should be replenished as a precaution.

Reasons for folic acid deficiency

The reason for a folic acid deficiency can be mainly the intake of antibabypills. But regular or heavy alcohol consumption can also be responsible for it. It is also possible that the small intestine is not properly receptive or that the liver is diseased and cannot process the folic acid. An insufficient intake of folic acid-containing foods can also cause a deficiency.

Supply folic acid

Folic acid should primarily be taken in with food, even without deficiency symptoms. Pulses and germinated cereal grains are particularly suitable for this. If possible, these should not be made from wheat. Although wheat contains a lot of folic acid, it is harmful to health due to other ingredients. Green leaves, such as green leafy vegetables, parsley and garden cress, sunflower seeds, asparagus, bananas and yeast also contain a lot of folic acid. If you regularly include these foods in your diet, you should be adequately supplied with vitamin B9.

A deficiency can be tested in the blood. If such a deficiency is found, you can take a preparation. Make sure that it is methylated folic acid, as this is very well absorbed by the body and is very biocompatible. The abbreviation for methylated folic acid is: 5-MTHF. An intake of 600 to 800 micrograms per day is recommended.

In newborns, folic acid supplementation is not necessary if the mother has an adequate supply of folic acid and is breastfeeding the baby.

Folic acid is extremely important for the organism and a deficiency should not be underestimated. Try to eat as many foods containing folic acid as possible, so that there is no deficiency at all.

For many people bread is part of their daily diet. Some now wonder whether bread is really so unhealthy and whether there are healthy types of bread that are easier to digest. In this article you will learn all about the harmful components in grain and how best to avoid them.

Some people now suffer from various intolerances to the ingredients of grain. In most cases this is a gluten intolerance. But even people without a recognized intolerance have digestive problems after eating bread. These are the four main reasons for this:

1. Gluten

Gluten is usually contained in every classic grain. The largest share is found in wheat with one to fifty percent. This proportion is higher than ever before, as the grain has been raised for easy processing. Especially compared to other cereals, some of which have a gluten content of only one to two percent, the proportion in wheat is enormous.

As a rule, most people consume grain in each meal throughout the day. Whether at breakfast, lunch or dinner. Even snacks between meals are often cereal. The body reacts to this gluten overload with an inflamed intestinal wall. It is capable of processing gluten, but only in moderation. The inflamed intestinal wall can cause antibody reactions against gluten. These antibodies float around the body and randomly match certain other parts of the body such as proteins in the thyroid gland or receptors in the synovial membrane. This can lead to autoimmune diseases in the worst case.

If you suffer from physical symptoms or just want to live healthier, you should avoid wheat and use healthier grains. This includes spelt, for example. A six to eight-week abstention from cereal-containing foods can help the body to regenerate. Cereal varieties can then be individually tested for their compatibility.

2. ATI (Amylase-Trypsin-Inhibitors)

ATI designates protective substances that help the grain not to be eaten by feeding pests. These protective substances prevent the digestion of starch and ensure that an insect cannot eat the grain. In your body, however, these substances also prevent the digestion of carbohydrates. The result: undigested starch ends up further back in the intestine, where it nourishes structures and microorganisms that should not be nourished at all. This in turn leads to intestinal problems such as bad colonization, flatulence and some other symptoms.

The ATI content in many cereals has also risen enormously due to high breeding. Especially you should avoid wheat. Low-ATI grains include spelt and rye. Sprouted grain is particularly well tolerated, as the protective substances disappear during germination. Via the germination process it is even possible to obtain a completely ATI-free grain. It is similar with sourdough, which you let ferment sourly.

3. FODMAPS (fermentable oligo-, di- and monosaccharides and polyols)

FODMAPS are carbohydrates and sugar compounds that are difficult for the small intestine to absorb. When there is an overabundance in the body, wrong structures in the intestines are nourished and cause symptoms such as stomach ache, flatulence and some more. To reduce FODMAPS, fermentation, i.e. acid fermentation or germination, is particularly suitable. The proportion of FODMAP is highest in rye and also very high in wheat.

Since grain is basically something valuable, you should use low FODMAP grains. Spelt is particularly suitable for this purpose, but also emmer. The best and healthiest bread is of course if you bake it yourself. If possible use a mixture of germinated spelt and spelt flour in organic quality and let it ferment sourly. You can find some recipes on the Internet.

4, wholemeal bread versus white flour bread

In principle, whole grain is healthier, but only if it could germinate before processing. All minerals of the grain are found in the grain husk and only migrate to the inside of the grain through the germination process. Then the grain is digestible. Otherwise, substances that are difficult to digest end up in the intestines and cause problems there.

As you can see, there are good alternatives and ways to enjoy bread. Become aware that unhealthy grains such as wheat put a strain on the intestines and can have an enormous impact on your well-being. Nevertheless, bread can be quite healthy and nutritious as long as the grain is consciously selected and processed.

Nowadays people often talk about healthy eating and many people try to implement it to a large extent. But suddenly it’s back – the ravenous hunger. A ravenous appetite for sweet, sour and fatty foods. In this article you will find out how to fight the craving and what your body really craves.

Once you know what your body really needs when you have another ravenous hunger attack, it will be even easier to avoid it. You can satisfy your cravings with alternative foods. Most of the time it is not gone right away, but if you do that for a while, the cravings won’t come up at all. There are different types of ravenous appetite:

1. craving for chocolate

The craving for chocolate is very well known. However, as a rule, the body only needs certain substances from chocolate. Cocoa is very rich in magnesium, so your body will most likely need magnesium. This can alternatively be supplied by eating nuts, seeds, legumes and fruit. It can also be supplied via a preparation, preferably magnesium citrate. If the body gets enough magnesium, there is no ravenous hunger. Nevertheless, there is nothing wrong with a piece of chocolate. It should not be unhealthy milk chocolate, but dark chocolate with a high cocoa content. Chocolate with a cocoa content of seventy to eighty percent is healthy and contains magnesium.

2. craving for jelly babies

This ravenous hunger indicates a lack of selenium. You can fight this very well by eating dried fruit. If you include dried fruit in your diet in between, the craving for jelly babies will disappear.

3. craving for cheese

In addition to some nutrients, cheese also contains caseins, which have a morphine-like effect and serve the morphine receptors in the body. A certain physical dependency develops, similar to morphine, but not as strong. If you give up cheese for about three weeks, the withdrawal is over and the craving for cheese subsides. The craving for cheese can also indicate a lack of calcium, phosphates and Omega 3 acids. These can be compensated by eating broccoli, kale, pulses, sesame seeds, nuts and linseed.

4. craving for meat

Meat is not very healthy for the body, so the craving for meat should be stopped urgently. It can indicate a lack of iron and zinc. With dried fruit, broccoli and pumpkin seeds, the craving can be controlled. If the body demands a hearty taste, it is also possible that the body is missing important nutrients from various spices. You should try to spice up your food differently from time to time.

5. craving for fatty snacks like chips

Behind the ravenous appetite for fatty snacks is also often a need for spices. By adding spices and healthy salts such as sea salt to your food, the craving for snacks will disappear. Mustard, kohlrabi, broccoli, kale, legumes and sesame are also recommended. To balance out the greasy part you can eat avocado, olives, nuts and seeds. The craving for fatty snacks also indicates a lack of calcium, which can be compensated by the above-mentioned foods.

6. craving for sour food

A ravenous appetite for generally acidic foods is probably due to a magnesium deficiency. This can be easily treated with food, as with the craving for chocolate.

7. Cravings in women: before menstruation

Many women are affected by ravenous appetite attacks shortly before their next menstrual period. These can be triggered by a zinc deficiency and can be controlled by eating leafy and root vegetables, nuts and seeds.

So the next time you get ravenous appetite, try to include alternatives in your diet and soon it will be a thing of the past. Give it a try!

The ringing in the ears at different heights or a noise in the ear, the so-called tinnitus, usually comes suddenly. It usually occurs when you come to rest and the surrounding noises subside. This is extremely annoying and can quickly drive you crazy. In this article you will learn more about the main causes of tinnitus and possible forms of treatment.

What is tinnitus?

Tinnitus means the perception of unpleasant ear noises. Particularly during periods of calm, those affected hear sounds such as ringing, whistling or hissing in one or both ears. Usually these are noticed in the evening when going to bed and are perceived as very stressful.

What are the main causes of tinnitus?

1. tension and cramping of the muscles

The most important cause of tinnitus is the tension and cramping of the muscles in the neck, head or jaw area, as well as in the blood vessels that supply the ear. Tensions account for about eighty percent of all tinnitus diseases.

Treat muscle tensions internally

Magnesium and vitamin B12

By taking certain substances like magnesium or vitamin B12, it is possible to treat the muscles from within. In the case of magnesium, magnesium citrate is best suited because it has the best absorption capacity in the body. You can take it at home and dose the magnesium high, up to the point where the stool becomes soft (this is called the diarrhea limit). The dosage should then be slightly reduced and maintained. Magnesium oil (e.g. from Zechstein) can also be applied to the skin from the outside in a mixing ratio of 1:1 with DMSO. The active ingredients penetrate deep into the tissue and thus release tensions.

The secret weapon, however, is vitamin B12 in the variant methylcobalamin. The advantage here is that this B12 goes directly into the bloodstream and does not have to go through the digestive tract at great expense and with high losses. Methylcobalamin is taken orally in high doses (about three times a day two thousand micrograms). When purchasing, it is important to make sure that the microgram value is indicated on the product. A therapist can administer the methylcobalamin by syringe. This is placed locally near the areas of the tinnitus. Too much stress often leads to a vitamin B12 deficiency. By injecting the active ingredient, the tissue relaxes quickly.

2. blood flow and narrowing of blood vessels

Other causes lie in the general blood flow. Questions arise about how well the blood flows and whether the blood pressure could be too high or too low. However, the main problem lies in a possible narrowing of the blood vessels. This causes the blood vessels to constrict from the inside. This happens through fats that are incorrectly absorbed through food, through toxins that are stored, or through chronic infections of the inside of the blood vessel, the so-called endothelium. All these problems can be responsible for ear noises. It is important to first find and treat the causes of the narrowing of the blood vessels.

A blood test, in which among other things the blood fats and cholesterol are determined, can provide information about possible constrictions. For example, if there is high blood pressure, it must be treated accordingly. Also a nourishing conversion toward High carb Low fat , that means to delete animal and vegetable fats and proteins from the nutrition, can help enormously. The blood vessels will gradually repair and cleanse themselves from the inside out. There are various substances that can additionally support this process. Astaxanthin is a very effective antioxidant that can help the blood vessels in the repair process. (The cleanest Astaxant is available at, with the therapist number D10410 there is a discount)

If there is a suspicion that toxins or infections are present in the body, it should always be examined by a therapist. In case of toxins, a detoxification is necessary, which should not be done on your own, but accompanied by a therapist. A therapy according to Dr. Klinghardt is highly recommended.

3. stress as a trigger for tinnitus

Stress plays a decisive role in the development of ear noises. As soon as tinnitus occurs, it is essential to reduce any stress. There is a mismanagement of adrenaline and noradrenaline in your body. You are always on the run from your imaginary saber-toothed tiger? Are you under constant pressure both professionally and privately? Even if you do not necessarily experience it as stress yourself, this can be the reason for the development of ringing in the ears. It could get even worse: a sudden hearing loss. In case of a sudden loss of hearing, hearing is no longer possible at that moment and deafness may persist.

How do I get stress under control?

Reducing stress in everyday life is difficult for most people, but it is the only solution for noise in the ear. The regulation of stress automatically releases tensions in the body. The tensions of the blood vessels arise outside the conscious control, therefore it is important to come to rest. Various relaxation methods such as meditation, autogenic training, a visit to the sauna, as well as progressive muscle relaxation, in which the muscles in the body are specifically relaxed bit by bit, will help you achieve this. For relaxation you don’t necessarily need a professional trainer, but you can find suitable videos on Youtube as an alternative.

Noticeable tensions in the neck area are best controlled with manual therapy by a physiotherapist or osteopath. The pain therapy according to Liebscher and Bracht also achieves very good results.

Jaw problems due to stress compensation

Jaw problems, for example from grinding or biting, can also be responsible for tension. But the teeth themselves can also be the cause. If the bite is too flat or the teeth are ground down, the mouth will close further than it should or the teeth will be pushed more into the jaw. Dentists can initiate appropriate treatments and correct the problems. As the bite is extremely relevant for the detoxification of the brain, therapists and dentists who work according to the Klinghardt method are also suitable as they are very familiar with this topic.

Adrenal gland support

Stress can be compensated by taking a remedy to support the adrenal gland. Extracts such as rose root, liquorice root and ashwagandha are suitable for this.

Reduce stress and shift down a gear

In order to avoid ear noises in the long term, it is extremely important to work on the basis. That means shifting down a gear and not constantly running at one hundred and ten percent. Good sleep is crucial. It is also important that you avoid electrosmog in your environment, especially in the bedroom, and eliminate other possible stress factors. Ask yourself the following questions about certain stress factors that you cannot influence: Why is something stressing you? What are the deep causes? Try to look closer and perceive the stress. Only then you will be able to handle it and avoid it permanently.


Tinnitus is a clear sign of stress. High blood pressure and narrowing of the blood vessels are also the result of an overload. If you treat the causes of your ear noises step by step, the chances are good that you will get a grip on them and avoid possible consequential damage, such as a sudden loss of hearing.

Women between the ages of 35 and 50 are affected by the menopause. But what does the menopause actually mean? The main thing that happens during the menopause is a hormonal change in the body that leads from the fertile to the non-fertile years. In this article you will learn what happens in your body during this time and how you can alleviate possible symptoms.

Hormones in the female body

During the change from the fertile to the non-fertile years of a woman, the production of the corpus luteum hormone progesterone gradually decreases and ovulation occurs less frequently. After ovulation, a shell of the egg is always left behind, which is surrounded by the so-called corpus luteum. This is responsible for the corpus luteum hormone. The corpus luteum hormone is responsible for many different processes in the body and is the basic building block of the sex hormones. Progesterone plays a major role in the fertile phase and has the property of making the mucous membrane formed by estrogen fertile. For comparison, you can imagine a house built under the mucous membrane and progesterone as an interior decoration. As soon as it is clear that there is no pregnancy, the mucosa is rejected by the body, the progesterone decreases and the estrogen increases. In the first half of the cycle the body builds up new mucous membrane again and ovulation takes place. This is the constant rhythm in a woman’s body.

The beginning of the menopause

Over time, however, depending on type and genetics, from the age of 35 onwards, it is possible that ovulations occur less frequently. This does not mean, however, that the woman can no longer become pregnant. In most cases, the onset of menopause is not noticed until the end of the 40s, when progesterone is barely produced and possible symptoms occur.

There are women who show symptoms, but also women who do not actually notice the menopause at all. These include about one third of all women. In this case the body itself manages to create harmony between the hormones estrogen and progesterone. Another third of all women experience mild symptoms such as night sweats, headaches and a few more caused by the imbalance between a lack of progesterone and the remaining estrogen that is normally produced. The last third of all women suffer from severe symptoms and often no longer feel like themselves. In this case, supportive treatment is essential for those affected.

Helpful means during the menopause

1. Homeopathic complex remedies

Homeopathic complex remedies can help with a lack of progesterone to stimulate the remaining cells to produce more of this hormone again, or to calm the cells with the frequency of the remedy. In this way the balance of the hormones is restored and symptoms are reduced. However, not every woman can take every drug, this must be tested individually. In our practice we have had good experience with the Alchemilla vulgaris mother tincture from DHU. There are several other good remedies from well-known manufacturers.

2. Herbal medicine

By means of yam root and soy isoflavones, as well as red clover, grape silver candles and monk pepper, the menopause can be positively influenced. These herbs serve the receptors, but caution is advised during treatment. Some of the herbs have the function of a phytoestrogen, i.e. they may act like an estrogen. This process is as dangerous as taking synthetic hormones. In order to bring peace of mind in case of mild symptoms caused by the menopause, the use of herbs can still be recommended and helpful.

3. Hormone replacement therapy according to the Rimkus method

Taking synthetic hormones is dangerous because they cannot interact with the body’s own proteins. Especially not with the so-called sexual hormone binding globulin from the liver. This is a very specific protein that binds to progesterones and estrogens. This process produces a bound hormone which is important for the body. Contrary to the widespread belief that it is a storage hormone, it is in fact the only hormone that can pass through cells. Ninety percent of the hormones in the body are bound and only ten percent free. Free hormones are produced in the ovaries and adrenal gland, transported to the liver and bound there. This property must be preserved. The best known option is treatment with human identical hormones. The hormones to be taken are produced in the pharmacy and are 1:1 identical to the body’s own hormones. These can cause neither damage nor side effects in the body. The best known therapy is the Rimkus method according to Dr. Rimkus, leading researcher and developer of hormone therapy in Germany. The book “The Rimkus Method for Women” by Dr. Volker Rimkus is available. To find a therapist in your area, you can find a suitable practice in the therapist search at Before treatment, it is important to have a blood test with evaluation in an excellent laboratory in order to be able to adjust the individual hormone capsules as exactly as possible to the physical needs.

If you suffer from moderate to strong symptoms as a result of the menopause, a therapy could help you. This can improve the quality of life enormously and put the menopause in the shade.