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Causation of Dis-ease

My Definition of the Causation of Dis-ease

Several definitions of disease, such as the one listed in the Babylon Free dictionary: “Cause of disease, a factor (characteristic, behavior, event, etc.), that directly influences the occurrence of disease. A reduction of the factor in the population should lead to a reduction in the occurrence of disease.” Or Wikipedia’s definition: A disease is a particular abnormal condition that negatively affects the structure or function of a part or all of an organism that is not due to any external injury. Diseases are often construed as medical conditions that are associated with specific symptoms and signs.

My definition of the causation of dis-ease is three-fold. The three-fold is focused on the mental, physical, and balance of specific criteria. The indicators listed below contribute to the overall causation of dis-ease: Mental plays a major part in the general health Tension and Stress affect the mind and mental/physical health Thoughts that are things, many people do not realize that thoughts are things and the importance of positive thinking versus negative thinking Physical or external actions that affect our health Inflammation, Toxicity and Poison, is the cause of many types of dis-ease and has adverse effects on the body

Lack of proper exercise is a principal cause of disease because the body needs exercise in order to maintain optimum heath

Energetic, a lack of energy or imbalance of energy or a lack of oxygen can cause numerous health problems mentally and physically.

Some may be familiar with these causes but many do not pay enough attention to the affects except mostly on a physical level. But it is important to also explore the mental causal affects.

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