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Behavior: is an organism’s response to a stressor such as an environmental condition or a psychological stimulus.

Overview

Physical and psychological pressure on body combined with systemic inflammation affecting mind and spirit in addition to the body.

Behavior problems are the effects of Stress & Emotional Anxiety (SEAABD). Behavioral manifestation varies greatly from person to person, depending on diet, digestion, bowels, stress levels, hormonal resistance to leptin, insulin and adrenaline/cortisol; all of which are your ‘coping’ and management tools.

Stress damages the small intestinal gut wall where the immune system is located more than any other single issue and stress can easily dictate behavior, particularly in children and people who have poor diets and hormonal resistance. See Special Insights, Change Your Food Habits, Change Your Life.

Diet plays a huge role in SEAABD. For example, sweets and undigested food proteins like peanuts escalate irritability and behavioral problems and are at the center of anger outbursts as well as mood swings, and disciplinary problems.

Conditions such as ADD and ADHD are merely labels that describe the problem. Neither condition is a mental issue, although symptoms manifest as such.  Both are definitely linked to diet, digestion, gut and bowels.

SEAABD account for at least 50% of damage incurred by the gut wall by age 35. No one is immune to the effects produced by gut issues and hormonal imbalance regardless of age.

SEAABD initiates and drives the Autoimmune Attack Cycle™ which haunts most people all of the time. Key factors like sweets and alcohol, drugs and NSAIDS, junk food and antibiotics play a role behavior as does incomplete digestion of food.

Medications account for the balance of gut wall damage incurred by the average person by age 35.  Thereafter, mood and behavioral problems become more pronounced because of systemic inflammation throughout the body.

SEAABD along with the factors mentioned above are the deciding factors as to how fast you age and what forms of ill health and suffering you will incur.

The Attack Cycle can be broken and the body can heal, but the body cannot regenerate a damaged gut wall without direct intervention by the body’s owner and help and guidance.

Interestingly, the more the gut wall settles, the better people cope with stress and emotional anxiety and the less people suffer food cravings  and mood swings.

I would remind the reader that it is the ‘physical’ body that drags us to the graveyard, meaning, you must take care of your body.

Solutions

  1. Change your lifestyle and your diet.
  2. Embrace Young Again Club Protocols.
  3. Ask for help and be open to new ideas.

See Autoimmune Attack Cycle, Digestion, Inflammation, Gut and Terrain by clicking Glossary link below.

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