Chronic diseases develop when our Self-Healing system has lost it’s ability to defend our body. Scientists have found several factors that could facilitate this:

Immunological: Because of what we eat, breathe, we apply ourselves, what we feel, the presence of certain radiation or vibrational organizations that we do not feel but can affect us, the cells in our organism are confronted with both chemical and physical changes. If these changes persist over time, they trigger biochemical and vibrational disturbances that cause malfunction, affecting them so that they develop symptoms and physical changes and may even start reproducing at abnormally high speeds, generating tumors. Our Self-Healing System is constantly responding, enabling changes at the metabolic, hormonal, energetic, psychological and spiritual level to address these threats to our integrity. Our immune system is constantly discovering cells that have lost their normal characteristics, it identifies them as strange beings, attacks them and destroys them. When the causes are stronger and persistent or our Self-Healing system is weak or diminished, disease or cancer are able to develop, overcoming the body’s own defenses. Exposure to certain substances generated by bacteria, exposure to certain viruses, or chemicals or artificial substances, can denature the immune system causing it to attack its own cells, causing chaos, it is as if the army of a country that left to fight with the neighbor, suddenly returns to attack their own tissues.

Genetics: Many chronic diseases are increasingly replicating within the same family.

Biochemical: Science now recognizes a large amount of chemicals that generate cell-level changes or disturbances in the immune system or hormonal system that eventually end up developing chronic diseases. Among these we can mention chemicals like tobacco, several pesticides, vapors or dust generated by mining, fossil fuels and their derivatives, metallurgy, leather industry, wood, the construction industry and many other industries that use raw materials which by themselves are toxic or when handling can generate toxic chemicals, some medications such as estrogen, used for preventing pregnancy or for symptoms of menopause, male hormones and the various artificial substances that we add to food to last longer, for flavour or to make them look more attractive. Eating foods that increase the acidity in cells, deficiency or excess of some nutrients, excess fat … All these are free radical generators, which are the main causes for changes at the cellular level, causing chronic diseases or facilitating their development .

Biophysics: Radiation such as UV rays, X rays, microwaves, nuclear radiation, and others, are change generators in the DNA and produce free radicals which produce the initial cell changes for chronic diseases or cancer,  electrosmog, vibrational characteristics such as the Hartmann grid, Curry Grid and Szent Giorgi grid, subterranean water flux, we also see how those cellular changes start with changes in their vibrational organization before any biochemical or microscopic changes can be noticed.

Biologic: Many microorganisms (virus, bacteria, fungi or parasites) have been identified as generators of cellular changes that end up in chronic diseases.

Emotional and Spiritual: Emotions such as sadness, depression, anxiety and states of abandonment, of detachment with ourselves, are another important factor in cancer generation, we have all heard of cases in which personal problems, as well as family, social, work life and relationship problems, the loss of someone dear to us or the loss of our identity, in many cases is followed by the onset of a chronic disease.


Dr. Luis Carlos Ordóñez Matamoros

 City Mall, Alajuela, Costa Rica, Centro America

 Teléfono (506) 42005210 – 83952505

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