The Medical picture.
As I have discussed earlier both fear and anger are states of high energy production in the skeletal musculature. They arise out of different processes in the body. However both are contradictory somatic processes to worry. The existence of these two emotions with worry is something that medical practitioners don’t seem to appreciate and I suspect that that is due to the way they have been taught at medical school. And it is most evident when we see the doctors in documentaries on health on television and on the internet. All of them seem to see low blood pressure as a good sign and a high blood pressure as necessarily bad sign. I suspect this is one of the significant factors why much of women’s heart disease goes undiagnosed. Doctors seem to quote the blood pressure without any reference to the heart rate. Both fear and anger will elevate the heart rate. And it doesn’t need to be an enormous elevation. It depends on the degree of fear and /or anger that they experience at any particular time. And depending on the presented ideas, a person can be at loss where fear is concerned that they are afraid at all. The heart rate tells us how hard the heart is working. If it is at normal rate for relatively inactive states then the blood pressure should be also normal which means it should be comparable. If we have a low blood pressure and a higher than normal heart rate, it is a bad sign and yet doctors still consider it good because they are focused on the blood pressure. Low blood pressure for them is good.
One the other hand if we see a high heart rate together with high blood pressure then we should not necessarily characterize it as bad. We need to see what emotional state the patient is in. If they are irritable or angry then high blood pressure and a correspondingly high heart rate are normal under those conditions. Anger issues need to be resolved though and quickly because under long term anger the heart is working too hard and there are serious health issues that will arise. And remember there is some difficulty in determining the issues because it depends on the ideas that are presented. They may not necessarily be ideas that depict the issues of injustice. So the person may feel hot and not angry. The giveaway is “moodiness” or irritability that surfaces from time to time. Another physiological problem that arises, which is akin to anger is the EMCM. Both of EMCM and anger give rise to two problems in the body. The first is that the heart is made to work too hard over an extended period of time.
The heart is essentially a set of muscles. When muscles are worked hard they grow in size. A person who lifts weights for many hours every day will develop big muscles in their arms and legs and certain parts of their body such as the abdomen. Similarly if the heart is made to work too hard for too many hours every day then it will also grow in size. Doctors are putting this down to genes. They know full well that this is rubbish. No muscle in the body develops without being worked. The nature of muscles is to grow and become bigger when worked hard and to atrophy when not worked hard enough or not at all. The heart muscles are no different. The work that causes heart muscles to grow is altogether different from doing exercise or sport. This is about constant activity for hours and even days at a timea and it is due to a coping habit. It can have serious implications for other organs in the body as well, most particularly the brain. A person’s heart needs to be comparable to their body.
The other problem that both anger and EMCM create is high blood pressure. High blood pressure of course will be evident in a person who is angry over time and even more particularly if that person utilizes an EMCM. The reason is that in both angry and EMCM the heart is working harder and pushing the blood through the arteries at a faster pace than normal. High blood pressure means the blood is rushing through the arteries all day long, whether the person is active or inactive. The blood is not a uniform liquid. It is made up of many and various parts. All of these parts will bombard the arterial walls as they rush through. The artery walls become damaged by the bombarding components of the blood.
Normally the damage is repaired in resting states. If the person is in a resting state, ie not highly active, not angry and not fearful, then the plaque that forms will not break off. However in a person who is angered over time or who has an EMCM, the blood pressure is held high over time. This means that not only is there ongoing damage and the repair work will have to be done while the blood is rushing passed. This in turn means the repair work will be constantly damaged and may take a lot longer for a damaged site to be repaired or alternatively and probably more likely the repair work never properly gets done because it is being constantly damaged. Thus the repair site contains more loosely held material than in ordinary cases of repair sites, because here the repair site is being continually laid down.. continually fresh! That is one of the two dangers.
If a large enough piece was to be broken off it could cause problems further down the line. The reason is that arteries are like the roots of a tree. The artery that leaves the heart, the aorta is a large diameter tube. It then branches down to moderately large diameters and then to smaller and smaller diameters until it reaches thread like strands with minute diameters. Veins on the other hand go from small diameter vessels to larger and larger diameters until they reach the heart. And there is another large difference and that is that arterial walls are muscular where as veins are not.
Repair material or what doctors call plaque ( a form of cholesterol) does not normally break away from the scaffolding structures the body builds for repairing a damaged site. However under extraordinarily high blood pressure, which as I will discuss in the next section may arise suddenly, a piece of the scaffolding may break away and be carried downstream. In an artery this piece of plaque will travel downstream to encounter vessels of smaller and smaller diameter. Thus the possibility of it becoming lodged somewhere or block the pathway of the blood altogether is real.
If the blood pressure is low and the corresponding heart rate is moderately elevated we have problems for the heart rather than the vascular system. And this is the problem doctors don’t seem to appreciate. They see a blood pressure of say 106 over 65 and they say good. They don’t worry about the heart rate that is sitting at say around 85. They just say oh well the heart rate is a little high. Initially this problem only constitutes temporary malfunction owing to an undesirable emotional mix. Worry is an emotional state in which the heart is asked to slow its pace. The aim of the body is to allow the brain a plentiful supply of fuel materials (oxygen and sugars/carbohydrates) as is required for a lot of thinking by not putting it in competition with the skeletal musculature for fuel materials. And I want to emphasis again here, worry, which is circular thinking is not happening because she’s started thinking and “can’t find the switch off button” as you commonly hear doctors proclaim. The person has a real problem, an urgent problem that needs to be resolved, that is why they can’t let go of whatever it is that is worrying them.
Anger, and more so fear, in contrast to worry, prompt the heart to significantly speed up its pace. This means that the heart is getting signals to go fast (owing to anger and/or fear) and slow (owing to worry) at the same time. The result is an overall higher heart rate BUT the heart is compromised. The mixed signals may cause improper contraction and relaxation of the muscle tissues so the muscles may become easily fatigued. Heart muscles must contract and relax and in a proper manner for the heart to function properly. There may also be electrical disarray, which may also affect the function of heart muscles. With mixed signals the heart becomes ineffective as a pump. As a result the oxygenated blood is not efficiently pumped around the body so cells will not be able to make the right amount of energy as they require for life. This adds to the problems for the heart as cardiac muscles will also suffer, along with the other muscles of the body, in the very same way. So the two symptoms that we need to watch for in anxiety are:
1. in low activity states the person experiences a low blood pressure together with a higher than normal heart rate, and
2. a vibration of the muscles. This vibration may be slight, moderate or severe depending on the degree of anxiety and thus the resulting ineffectiveness of the heart as a pump.
What is this vibration in the muscles all about?
When the heart cannot deliver enough oxygen and sugar/carbohydrate rich blood to the body, cells are unable to produce enough energy for the generation of heat, which is vital for life. When this happens muscle cells begin to vibrate to generate the necessary heat, which is a characteristic feature of all mammals. This is high school biology! I have seen a doctor tick off the low blood pressure as “good” in a friend of mine and completely dismiss the vibration felt in her body as “hmmm is it? I see, yes well!” They send a patient off to see a psychiatrist, which doesn’t help at all. They will use drugs that essentially numb the patient so they feel no more emotion and thus also the issues that are the root cause of their problems! However the emotions don’t go away, the processes go on in the body so over time a heart problem will develop. Psychiatric drugs do not make the problem go away, they merely camouflage it. As a result many people suffer anxiety unnecessarily for many years and end up with serious heart problems.
In the medical literature on the internet, on official medical sites we find the question being asked “how can mental disorders, such as anxiety and depression, cause heart disease?” It’s an outrage. The problem is that doctors fail to appreciate that emotions are significant changes to whole body function because at medical school emotions are written off as psychological. The emotions cause changes to come about that affect vital organs, with the heart being at the top of the list. Every time the woman in our example experiences anxiety, whether of the anger or fear variety, some malfunction of the heart is occurring. If the anxiety is severe, as it is in an unsuspecting person who does not know how to deal with the situation, then the malfunction of the heart is severe. If it is allowed to continue then damage to the way the heart functions and/or its tissues is underway and bit by bit that damage mounts up.
The problems of the woman in our experiment do not begin and end with anxiety, whether of the fear or anger variety. To gain the sort of power and influence that the toxic spouse seeks, periodic existential threats are posed and it is these threats coming after a period of somatic upheaval, owing to anger and/or anxiety, with a coping habit added into the mix, that cause heart disease. The difference between episodic panic and anxiety attacks and heart disease is to be found in the way the victim is prepared before the anxiety or panic is sustained. That is to say the period of time that ongoing low to medium grade anxiety or anger she (or he) undergoes before the severe anxiety or panic attack takes place.
The threats that give rise to the heart problem are not as acute as in panic attack but they don’t need to be. The body is already in a precarious condition so a much smaller affect than we see in a panic attack is enough to bring about serious problems for the heart. So harsher, harder conditioning can be achieved without the obvious effects of panic attack. And the net result is much more damaging than any panic attack. In a panic attack the heart and the cardiovascular system are not actually damaged. So the bodily reactions that take place, namely fear and the coping habit, take place in a healthy or at least relatively healthy system. So the person has a bad scare.. a heart attack scare in reality.
However if the person has been “stressed” over time beforehand, which really means they have been made angry or anxious or both, then a much milder panic attack will do harm because the cardiovascular system is already malfunctioning or has sustained some damage. The panic attack does not have to be strong enough even to be recognized as a panic attack for serious harm to the heart to occur.
Where death is sought the amount of danger the person experiences is as acute as in a panic attack but much more lengthy. So owing to the prepping and the damage taken during the prepping time, the final malfunction will result in damage that is lethal. The evidence is plain to see if we throw away the psychiatric conjecture and the insistence of medicos to look at the heart in isolation rather than as a part of the whole body and with a significant role in emotion, particularly fear and anger. When we look at the whole body malfunction we can logically arrive at the victim’s medical picture as one of maltreatment. To see the evidence we need to treat the person’s emotions and experience with respect rather than trash them, which is really what is done when emotions are packaged away as “emotional material stored somewhere in a supposed hard drive in the brain. Then they can talk about managing your emotions or experiencing your emotional material, fools that can’t find the off button to turn their emotions off and so on. All of this is garbage. But of course it is the royal road to treating heart disease as an item in itself and not the result of serious maltreatment or more correctly a capital crime!
When we consider whole body functional changes then we see a clear picture. We appreciate the emotional reactivity points to issues because it is the result of issues. Those issues don’t grow on trees nor are they “the stresses of life”. Other people are involved. So it is logical to ask the question ‘who has motive’? Sometimes it is not a husband or wife that is the chief offender. It could be someone at the office who wants the person’s job or who wants to be able to manipulate the person for any number of reasons. For example they may want to create conditions by which they can stress the victim whenever they want the victim to be absent from any critical decision-making meetings that may otherwise go contrary to the toxic person’s aims. They may also want the co-worker overlook malpractices in the workplace and remain silent. Or they may want the co-workers to leave altogether believing “the stress of the job” is too much for them.
And it is true the “stress of the job” is too much for them, only it is not their job that is stressing them too much but “the job” done on them! There may be political reasons. So for example in a covert police state, where toxic people have cheated their way into senior positions in the police force and political system of a state, there could conceivably be an over throw of a democratically elected government in one of our great Western democracies, simply by removing the “undesirable” top notch -a non-toxic politician, who would do things properly and fight corruption. So the toxic under-culture replace them with someone more to their toxic under-culture liking.
Some motives may be difficult to prove, as is the case with jealousy because toxic people look to establish seemingly good relations with the person they maltreat. And let me add here that the medical profession is well aware of antisocial people and how well they present themselves in order to con another person and cheat them. And yet they choose to make the victim look like they are mentally ill for not being able to “get over it” and “move on” or for “misreading the other person” who is seriously two-faced etc. The experience is devastating even if the cheating resulted in a relatively small loss. However if loss was serious then the experience can leave a person feeling that they cannot trust others around them and it may take a long time to overcome the effects. And this is also well known to the medicos. Neuron pathways in the brain are reinforced with experience. The brain changes with every experience. This is called neuroplasticity. If the experience is very impressionable then the reinforcement is severe and it will over-ride other earlier good experiences. However this experience is not only impressionable. It rests on all other good experiences that have happened in the past. Feigning friendship to cause harm does enormous damage because it affects all those other experiences. The neural pathways in the brain that are associated with good experiences all become associated with deep hurt. It takes time and many new and pleasant experiences to overcome having been cheated through feigned friendship and /or love. Under such circumstances a maltreated person may suffer an inability to trust others and that may lead them to becoming withdrawn. This situation may be the aim of foul play but it may also be used to advantage by toxic mobs as I will show you later.
In most cases, especially where covert domestic violence is the name of the game, the victim is kept in the dark. A panic attack is seen by the victim as being unrelated to the offender and yet it is a threat -a heart attack scare, made by the offender. This situation is the same as an offender holding a gun at the victim’s temples but the gun is not obvious.
When that panic attack comes on top of systematic maltreatment over time then the situation is akin to the offender having taken a shot or two at less critical areas of the body, with a threat now that the next shot could be lethal. This again is real because the damage is heart disease. Once heart disease develops the next “shot” may be lethal. This is brutal conditioning and as you will see in the coming chapters this is not as bad as it gets! Or should I put it in toxic jargon. This is not as good as it gets! Toxic people of course want to see the harm done because it is their power trip that they care about and nothing else. So damage done for them is good, it’s a hit and that means a high, they feel pleasure in their body. What’s more they are merciless, unremitting and remorseless and they see themselves superior to others for those very characteristics.
In the next post I will discuss how an experiment can be set up by lay people in order to investigate this matter. People have come forward and argued that doing these experiments is unethical. The experiments that give people knowledge and empower them so as to better their health and safeguard their life are hardly unethical. The problem is that toxic people don’t like non-toxic people to be informed. As long as the experiments are not done they can play on people’s ignorance and manufacture doubts about the truth to plague them and keep them disempowered. That is unethical. And furthermore while people are ignorant there is a lot of money to be made from heart disease. So we, the lay humane people of the earth need to realize that doing the experiments is vital and a vital part of occupy the medical arena.. this is a vital part of the revolution that needs to take place. And the beauty of it all is that empowerment helps us to stand against the toxic subculture, without the necessity of any physical violence. We can fight and win.