Hello there
I’ve suffered suicidal thoughts stress anxiety, depression most of my life and also from the age of 20 suffered ptsd..

My father also suffered from manic depression and the traits my problems that were very similar to my dads we’re always dismissed, i was left to dwell and deal with my issues, unknowingly..

The one thing that can get in the way to how well our gut supports our mind our body and our soul’s, is vascular depression..

Vascular depression paves the way for gut depression and gut depression dirupts overrides how well the whole of the human body can function without underlying subconscious strain..

The environment which we live is not that great a threat as it once was unatural substance or resistance towards chemicals synthetics possibly may have for some year’s, overtaken environmental factors..

Unatural substance or chemical synthetic factors are misunderstood most if not all mood disorders may start in the gut..

Vascular depression forces gut depression which causes strangulated symptoms within the gut itself..

Gut depression directly suppresses mood emotions but is only part of the puzzle, poor mood and emotions are simply unatural feelings in which we gain when our gut becomes strangulated..

These are simply unatural feelings which are caused through gut strangulation but these unatural feelings are simply magnified when our already existing gut depression struggles to digest the food and drink which we ingest..

Which simply creates a secondary malfunction within our already existing gut malfunction, so now we’ve a stangulated gut struggling to digest food and drink..

So now the stangulated gut struggles all the more, which further disrupts our poor mood and emotion, because the food which we eat now has an adverse reaction when entering, the gut..

So now gut depression creates gut malfunction which inturn changes how well our gut breaks down the food in which we eat and also causes unatural gas to weep from the gut through into our bodies along with possibly rogue nutrition..

Which changes how well our gut naturally supports our mind our body and soul, our symptoms wax and wane depending on how strangulated our gut is before we eat..

So the amount of vascular strain increases gut malfunction which inturn increases our bodies inner toxicity throughout our digestive system down to our bowl..

Which simply allows more toxicity to enter the body before toxicity leaves the body, gut malfunction is a little alike a synthetic virus within the gut..

This synthetic virus may unaturally cause a negative feed to run throughout our body and with the bodies natural fight or flight can simply force the mind the body and soul to be intoxicated and shocked..

I help myself recovered from ptsd by accident after 4 years of torture, i also had constipation and used sun sweet prune juice which helped save my life and allowed me to go on this journey and unravel this mystery..

I have studied myself for 15 years whilst using prune juice and i have learned to understand, my body is simply very aggressive towards unatural substance..

I’ve understood, the less my body has to tolerate unatural substance, the better my gut naturally supports and provides the rest of my body..

This includes the mind the body and the soul with superior nutrition which helps the body stay functionally fit and healthy..

My brain was shocked (ptsd) whilst i tried to manage a traumatic experience at the age of 20 years old but what may have propped up my ptsd for so long was a toxic feed caused by unatural substance..

Which simply shut my gut off from supplying healthy nutrition to naturally support my brain, enough to aid recovery..

I learned by reducing such things like fluoride in toothpaste, nasty chemicals in shower gels, shampoos, aluminium within deodorants, this helped reverse change the fuel which fuelled the fuel to the condition (my pstd) which naturally helped aid my brain recovery..

My vascular response towards unatural substance maybe genetically and hereditary wired set in stone from birth so day by day, week by week, month by month, year in year out, unatural substance simply broke my body from within..

Our bodies vital organs inturn become bogged down this includes our bodies immune response..

I also learned by reducing unatural substance i controlled hidden tensions which only existed, due to a underlying condition and was not actually caused by the outside world..

I also believe, the same method i use to reduce my shocked brain (ptsd)
Could help reduce progression in multiple sclerosis m.e and arthritis and also motor neuron disease..

Because gut bowl malfunction, overtime messes with the wealth to health of the whole entire body which inturn directly changes how well our body can function..

With autoimmune the gut has no other alternative other than provide an unatural feed around the body, which triggers unatural immune response..

Which from outside looking in, looks as though our immune system is attacking our bodies but really we don’t fully understand our bodies negative feed running throughout the body..

When gut bowl malfunction simply goes unoticed our gut can negatively provide our bodies with increased toxicity long enough to actually cause chronic shock within the human body enough to cause chronic disease..

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  1. Craig
    We can agree to disagree on your “gut” theory curing all your ails. I’m Bipolar II and I believe the only way to manage the symptoms of the illness is prescriptions and lifestyle changes. I don’t believe someone cures themselves of PTSD, if so there are millions who would have found the same answer. I have a autoimmune illness, a healthy gut helps the rest of body yet there are many other organs and hormones needed to help a person reduce inflammation. I haven’t read your other post, maybe they make more sense. I’m not a hater, just the opposite but you need help getting back to reality.
    Good luck.

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    1. Hello i still need to break down as to how i came to have my ptsd
      Because in 1996 ran away from home at the age of 19 due to my struggles at home and i fled to the streets of London and this is where my struggling life became worse..
      when i was prescribed co proximal tablets when i damaged my ankle.. these pain killers were a highly toxic tablet and have since been taken away from been prescribe for prescriptions due to individuals overdosing
      I never just overdosed i had actually taken a ecstasy tablet along with these tablets..
      I believe my imune system became extremely aggressive from this day..

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      1. Craig
        No doubt your immune system is messed up, the struggles are what is causing the immune system to react. How do you know you have PTSD? Have you been diagnosed? Do you see a Psychiatrist to manage your struggles with mental health? Do you have a Therapist to help you work thru the pain and teach you tools for when life gets really bad. One thing for sure is you can’t diagnose yourself with PTSD. You also can’t break down how you got it, if you do, by yourself. You are not trained and it doesn’t sound like your stable.

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      2. Maybe Because I always had to struggle
        From such an early age.. maybe that gave me the strengh to cope with ptsd..
        Do you no what it feels like to have ptsd
        Because I could say to you its so hard to explain how it feels to be the total opposite to positive with little to no self-esteem and on the verge to having panic attacks.. its a feeling of with drawn inwhich can leave you with a uncontrollable loud subconscious mind.. racing thoughts Its torture.. a total mental block inwhich clouds judgement with seriously negative thoughts..
        I found my own way through.. i still have what drives my mood disorders within me.. only i have learned to take control of what controls my mood disorder.. Im very stable..

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      3. Craig I’ve been there and yes I have PTSD, that was diagnosed along with having Anxiety and Bipolar Disorder. These are diagnosis I made and highly specialized doctor made. The struggle is always there with mental illness, you have to work with a Psychiatrist to get the right mix of medicine, you have to keep pushing yourself to win, to reach the goals you want even when you feel like shit. I would go to art museums even though I knew nothing about art, it was a way to get me out of my box and thinking about my problems. You didn’t say you are working with a Psychiatrist or Therapist, if your not, your not making your way thru.
        Wish you well.

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      4. I think psychiatrist fail most individual’s..
        Meds are not always the best option..
        You may find a med that seems to answer your prayers then your body rejects and then you need to up the dose and keep upping the dose until your meds are not a safe amount anymore..
        Then docs try and wean you off your drugs to find a safer alternative..
        Sorry its just not natural..
        I believe if you have an aggressive imune system towards chemicals and sythetics that are added within your culture..
        This is closer to the real underlying cause to your struggles..
        Reduce that culture shock and you may like myself be able to rest your mind…


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    I have read all that, so now me also commenting at this place.
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      1. Very well written Craig.

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        Following with great interest.

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  4. Craig,
    First off, thanks for liking my post and following my blog. 🙂

    As to the content of what you’ve written… I must admit that you are pretty far off base. A healthy body and lifestyle do impact your mental health, but they will not fix it on their own. There is a very strong mind-body connection which I subscribe to 100%.

    Unlike other commenters, I don’t believe the “ONLY” way to manage mental illness is with the assistance of a psychiatrist and medications. They are the effective and easiest route to take, but not the only. I know people with schizophrenia who have learned successful coping skills to live a full life without medication or seeing a psychiatrist.

    One does not self diagnose ANY major mental health diagnosis. PTSD is not simply having panic attacks and low self esteem. PTSD is caused 100% by trauma. It can be a single traumatic experience in which you legitimately feared for your life or the life of another or it can be long term sustained trauma in the case of Complex PTSD.

    I have lived with complex PTSD since early childhood,coupled with a panic and anxiety disorder, an eating disorder and finally bipolar I disorder. I live a full life on minimal medication. Few people are able to manage these cluster of diagnoses and symptoms on one medication. Balance is the key for me along with having done YEARS of therapy. I also worked in the field for about 15 years.

    Theories like yours end up hurting people when they require actual help and treatment. Be careful in what you post and how you phrase it. This reads totally as a poorly formed opinion based on some rather unhealthy thinking.

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    1. If i helped to change how well you feel and you actually benefit, would you believe i healed myself then..

      I believe i could help change your mind..

      One way to find out my friend and that is for me to help you soothe you..


      1. Craig, You cannot convince me that PRUNE JUICE healed your mental health issues. Do you feel better because you THINK it helps? Very possible. Prune juice as a treatment for PTSD is about as delusional as the client I worked with who believed that putting Dove Bar Soap up her nose was going to cure cancer.

        The logic of the two follow the same line of thinking. Good luck to you!!!


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