Is Colon Cancer Caused By Constipation Or Emotional Trauma?

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We know that colon cancer is the second leading cause of deaths in the United States. In 1999, of all the cancer deaths, 16% of them were colon cancer. But where did the other cancers originate - lung, prostate, breast, lymph, pancreatic, stomach? Did they also start in the colon where the colon toxin simply migrated to these regions?

Colon CancerMany colon cancers develop slowly over time and can be attributed to constipation. And, constipation can be related, in most cases, to past emotional trauma or experiences. Constipation that occurs over a long period of time creates toxins that continually migrate into your blood and into your body cells and tissues.

It is difficult to trace where cancers originate. Medical professionals, when treating a patient, are not really concerned with where the cancer or illness came from. They are more interested in how to treat the disease or the symptoms with drugs or surgery.

Many doctors do not go looking for the cause of your problem. They don't have the time for this research. In fact, they normally will not tell you what you need to do to prevent your illness. Sometimes the reason they will not tell you is they just do not know.

Its becoming more a nutritionist's or naturopathic doctor's job to tell you what foods and supplements you need to eat to prevent and to overcome specific illnesses and what to eat to eliminate or stop constipation.

People are dying at all ages with a variety of diseases. Why is it that so many people are dying of heart diseases, blood diseases, cancers, autoimmune diseases and the list goes on. It has been know for a longtime why diseases occur and what you can do to prevent it.

These death producing illnesses are a result of how and what we eat, the type of water we drink, and the air pollution we breathe. But perhaps one of the most important causes of diseases that are seldom discussed comes from the thoughts we think.

What is it that causes our behavior? A behavior that is harmful to others or ourselves in ways that affects our health and life. Why do people smoke when they know it causes Cancer? Why do people drink coffee when they know caffeine affects their adrenal gland, which eventually leads to exhaustion? Why is it that people eat sugar or white floor products when they know it has untold health effects beyond diabetes?

The answer is simple, but many people are not willing to accept this idea. All illness originates from repressed traumatic memories resulting from early life trauma.

Dr Arthur Janov explains this clearly in his book, 1996, Why You Get Sick How You Get Well.

"Over the last thirty years I have learned a great deal about humans and what drives them. As trite as it may seem, what I have found is a single yet complex emotion called love. Not the romantic love of novels, but a fundamental love - the love of a parent for a child. When a child lacks love and nurturing, no matter how that lack is manifest, it creates pain, and if this pain is not "felt" or integrated into the system, it will in turn cause physical and emotional illness in later life."

Changing ones thoughts, behavior, and life style is difficult to do and requires psychological help. Not too many people are willing to do this unless they are force to by life situations. Unfortunately, this is what is necessary to reduce or eliminate illness. This is what is necessary to bring on a feeling of well-being way into your old age - at 80, at 90, at 100, and well beyond that.

How many people are willing to devote the time and money to start eating the right foods and change their behavior and lifestyle? This is the first step in reducing or eliminating constipation or any other illness and for dealing with past emotional trauma.