Digestive & Organ Dysfunction Part 2
October 30, 2019
(Music) What do you do when you have
several digestive conditions and they’re getting worse? Good question. What do you do?
Do you take more medications? What do you think? Increase the
number of pills? Do more surgeries? I had a patient of mine that
had done 23 surgeries. True story. I’m telling you about
clinical cases. These are not stories that we are making up…
patients I see every day. 23 surgeries. Think about it,
ladies and gentlemen, it’s horrible. 23 invasive incisions in the body. What do you do? Take more
supplements? One day I’m going to show you about the number and the amount of the supplements or supplement containers that people bring me, 30, 40, 50. Do you take more painkillers?
I had a patient the other day, she’s taking eight pain killers. None
of them is working. Eight! Do you want injections?
How many of you and how many of your friends and family did the cortisone injections
or pain blockers? And then after a while…
I had a patient come to me
three months ago. She had horrible, severe neck
pain and her neck looks scary. She said the injections are not
working anymore and she’s in pain, 11 out of 10. Eleven. Excruciating. Or just live in pain and misery.
So what do you do? Which one of these is an option?
What do you think? Anyone have an option? Who would choose one of those?
None. Right answer. This is very,
very important. We’re going to look now, you and I and the world, about the
neurological connections of the digestive system to
the brain. This is crucial and it’s a breakthrough in understanding. This is the digestive track. For those
who are not familiar, you start eating and then things start firing
instantaneously. Liver, stomach, pancreas, large intestine, small intestine, gall bladder. So if we put these together, this is healthy, this is diseased. Healthy, diseased. So you don’t want to be
in the stage. Some of you say, “Well okay, you know,
Dr. Jaudy, there’s nothing wrong with me and I feel good.” How do you know how good you feel? Things irrupt all of a sudden. How many people that you know of, friends, beloved family, whatever it is, they sleep and never wake up, or
you’ve heard of? How many people have liver disease and
they never drink alcohol? How many people have lung cancer
and they don’t smoke? How many people drink tons of water, and they have kidney failure.
We hear this all the time. There’s a problem. Obviously
there is a disconnection problem between the organ and the brain. The
organ is not firing, so we’re going to tell you what that is. This is important.
Please focus on that. Give me all your attention. Ready.
A chain of command. We humans are majestically wired with a chain of command. The chain of command is this,
for this purpose. The first nerve cell in the chain, which carries the commands
of the central processing centers is located within the brain. The first synapse, boom, I’m firing, it’s in the brain or spinal cord, which is an extension,
we’re going to show you this. This cell passes the instructions via a synapse. Synapse is a conduction. It’s an electric charge, which is an electrical or chemical
signal to another nerve cell. Isn’t this wonderful. I’m
so passionate about this. This first nerve cell that
carries these signals is called preganglionic, which
means it lives before its synapses on a booster station. Beautiful stuff. Now,
the second nerve cell, which lives in the organs, is called
postganglionic. Before the signal gets to your organ, it goes through a chain of command.
Organs don’t function on their own. “Well, Dr. Jaudy, what has my liver
got to do with my brain?” All right. What does your brain have to
do with you living? Something like that. So you have to
be very, very careful with the stuff. We’re going to focus on two words: Preganglionic and Postganglionic.
When it leaves the brain, to the organ. From the organ to the brain. This is your of autonomic nervous system.
What does that mean? Autonomic nervous system:
this means you’re on autopilot. This is the system, that when you
eat now, you don’t tell your liver, hey liver,
what’s going on down there? Digest for me. Hey stomach, do this, I want you to digest the turkey
sandwich and leave the vegetables until six o’clock. You can’t do that. You eat and
this guy is on. It’s on autopilot. If there is any dysfunction in this
autonomic nervous system, welcome to the world of
digestive disorders. Everybody understand that?
Who doesn’t? Okay, good. We’re going to make it simple.
These are wires. This is the brain. Part of the brain, the brain stem. Spinal cord and it’ s wired to
the organs. Organ gives a signal to the brain,
brain gives a signal to the organ. Let’s take a look at the liver.
So the synapse leaves here, goes all the way down, and from
the liver goes all the way up, and then the liver says, hey, brain,
I need more biochemical reactions. Can you help me? Brain says,
okay, I’m on. I’m on the wave. It fires now. If that connection is lost, liver is congested. The world needs
to understand this. Functionally, it’s not that
you go do a liver cleanse. If you do a liver cleanse, and this
guy is not getting the connection, what have you done? You have cleansed a dysfunctional organ. You need
to understand this. It’s important because I had a patient. They told him you need to clean
your liver so they put him on lemon juice and oil and and
salt and all this stuff. The guy did the liver cleanse
and he erupted. in liver patches. Misfiring. What’s happening here? A preganglionic failure, remember these two words,
preganglionic, postganglionic, a preganglionic failure occurs
when the impulse generated fails to leave the brain
to reach the organ. That is important, profound.
Preganglionic. My brain is not firing to my organ. it’s not firing into the booster station,
and the booster station is not able to read the signal. A postganglionic failure occurs
when the impulse fails to arrive at the brain from the organ. So there is a two way street.
Complex stuff, isn’t it? But beautiful. If it’s
working right, you are, you enjoy life. Welcome back after the break,
and prior to the break we want to touch base on a very, very important slide that’s called
visceral referral pain. Visceral means organs. Referral
means it goes to a different site. Pain is pain. Everybody is
familiar with pain. Some patients come, most people, or maybe you, something is wrong,
and you say, “Dr. Jaudy, I hurt here, I hurt there, and all this area hurts. I have seen doctors, I have
done injections, I’ve done deep tissue, whatever it is.
They just dug into me and I’m getting worse. What’s going on?” Listen to this. Not all pains are joint pains or muscle pains. Some pains could be coming
from your organs, but you don’t feel it in your
organ, because your organ
cannot tell you, I ache, because there is no pain perception or connection between your organ and your brain,
but your organ refers pain to different sites. Could be here, could be there,
could be knee, could be sinuses. How many of you have sinus
congestion? Did you know, this is important, that if your lymphatic system, you know
the lymph that drains your toxins, or if your liver is clogged,
or if you have decreased circulation, you are toxic here, sinuses. How many thousands and thousands
of people a year, they do sinus surgery.
That guy I told you about, 65 symptoms, all started with
a sinus surgery. Heart. Maybe most of you know, maybe
some of you know, that the heart refers
pain to the shoulder, here and to here. Right, and that’s how people know,
what’s going on, I’m dying. Could be the heart, could be something
else, but we never know, but they could refer to the shoulder, but we don’t know before we
test and do an examination. Now we’re not going to talk
about each one of those, but
let’s take the most common. Kidneys, for example. How many people or
some people among you, will say, “Dr. Jaudy. I have pain here. It’s not going away. I did injections,
I took medications, I did… They just did, whatever,
myofacial release. They went into my abdomen
and the pain is there.” It is coming, maybe, from your organs. We need to check the connections, the wiring system. Is this making
sense to you guys? Very good. Okay. (Music)