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5 Factors affecting the sense of balance

It's obvious that our environment in its broadest meaning has more and more factors that irritate the sense of balance. It's the basic task is to respond to any substance (living or inorganic, solid, liquid or gas, molecules, cells, bacteria or viruses) that the human body is predisposed. Their oscillatory frequency gives the essential electric information to the sense of balance. According to this information it detects the substances which are suitable for us and which are not and have to be rejected with a deleting process. How many and severe symptoms the irritating factors cause depends on their intensity and the degree of the DSB.

The importance of diet is one of the most crucial factors for the condition of the sense of balance. It needs an unbroken electric current to function without disturbance. This current is maintained best by natural salt and water. In addition, the original, physical structure of other nutrients is also the best nourishment for the human body. Artificial colors, aromas and preservatives and additive nutrients, etc. are questionable "strangers" for the well-being of the body. The production methods of nutrition also have an effect on its quality: potential pollution in the soil, drinking water and air, fertilizers, pesticides, medicines or animals' nutrition.

As an electric sense the task of the sense of balance is to keep the human being effortlessly in a balanced position in relation to gravity in the rotation movement of Earth. The Moon and other heavenly bodies disturb our magnetic field now and then. When the sense of balance functions well, these disturbances don't cause too much harm. If the DSB strains the sense of balance it launches a defensive reaction in the body. Similarly, this reaction can be caused by the electric structures and appliances made by man.  

The human being is predisposed to a great number of chemicals due to e.g. nutrition, detergents, cosmetics, medicines and construction materials as well as in the working life e.g. in farming and in connection with industrial production processes. When treating and preventing serious, infectious diseases, the risks of the side effects of chemical medicines and vaccines have to be taken. In case of a serious DSB with several symptoms/diseases you have to consider carefully the number of vaccines that the strained, hypersensitive body can endure.

The quality of our breathing air is as important as natural, clean food and drink. E.g. traffic, settled areas and production facilities produce exhausts that have the worst effect on those whose inner organs can't excrete waste products well enough because of the DSB. Similarly, they get more health issues because of increasing mold problems caused by moisture in buildings. This hypersensitivity is a serious sign of the strain in the body which should make a person get out of the unhealthy place to avoid more damage. In addition, everything has to be done to maintain our environment clean and inhabitable for everybody.

The following chapter 5.1 Diet: natural nourishment for the benefit of the body