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John Henry Tilden publica en 1921 su obra central?Impaired Health: Its Cause And Cure?Vol, donde expone los principios y fundamentos de la toxemia como origen de los problemas de salud que afligen a la humanidad. Tilden sistematiza un concepto nuclear de la epistemologia, metodolog?a, tecnolog?a y praxiologia de Naturopat?a recogiendo la tradici?n egipcia, grecolatina y oriental donde tamb?en singularizan los problemas derivados del concepto de toxemia que Tilden desarrolla en su obra.

La obra est? divide en los siguientes capitulos:

Man A Digestive Apparatus

Bacteria Necessary

The Sterilized Are Sick And Die

Fermentation And Decomposition Defined

Fermentation And Decomposition Defined. Continued

The Philosophy Of Toxin Poisoning

The Limitation Of Putrefactive Fermentation

Why Contagious And Infectious Diseases Have Declined

Chapter I. The Science And Art Of Medicine

The Science And Art Of Medicine. Continued

Chapter II. Disease - What Is It?

Chapter III. The Study Of Medicine

I. Pathology

  • Crises
  • Etiology

1. Enviromnent In Its Relationship To Health And Disease

  • Cell-Life

2. Physical Agents.

  • Air
  • Altitude
  • Altitude. Continued
  • Heat
  • Heat. Continued
  • Cold
  • Light
  • Sound
  • Sound. Continued
  • Electricity
  • Electricity. Continued

3. Chemical Agents. Caustics

  • Toxin (Poison)
  • Alimentary Poison
  • Beverages
  • Lead
  • Poisons In The Air

4. Animate Agents. History Of Infection

  • History Of Infection. Part 2
  • History Of Infection. Part 3
  • History Of Infection. Part 4
  • History Of Infection. Part 5
  • A Reasonable Explanation Of Germ Action
  • A Reasonable Explanation Of Germ Action. Continued

5. Nervous Reactions

  • Nervous Reactions. Part 2
  • Nervous Reactions. Part 3
  • Nervous Reactions. Part 4
  • Mental Or Physical Reactions
  • Influence Of Sex In Bringing About Shock In The Human Species

6. Nutrition

  • Necessary To Cell-Buildin
  • Functions Of Nutrition
  • Fasting
  • Liquefying Food
  • Liquefying Food. Part 2
  • Liquefying Food. Part 3
  • Chlorosis
  • Emotional Disturbances
  • Urea
  • Disturbed Nutrition
  • Auto-Intoxication
  • Toxins In The Tissues Of The Body In Standard Healt
  • The Toxicity Of Urine
  • Overworked Organs
  • Auto-Intoxication From Enervated Skin, Lungs, And Kidneys
  • Lactic Acid Poisoning

7. Diatheses

  • Diatheses. Part 2
  • Diatheses. Part 3Scrofulous--Adenitis--Or Tubercular Diathesis
  • Characteristics Of The Scrofulous Subject
  • Gouty Diathesis

8. Heredity

  • Heredity. Continued
  • Cause Of Crime
  • Degeneration Is Not Transmissible
  • Why Criminals Do Not Reform
  • The Possibilities Of A Child

9. Pathology Of The Fetus

  • Pathology Of The Fetus. Part 2
  • Pathology Of The Fetus. Part 3
  • Benevolent Assimilation--A Conservative Force
  • Influence Of Chronic Intoxications
  • Saturnism (Lead Poisoning)
  • Hereditary Syphilis
  • Hereditary Syphilis. Continued

10. Inflammation

  • Inflammation. Continued
  • The Wound And Natures Mechanism
  • Inflammations Of Mucous Membranes

11. Septicemia And Pyemia

  • Bacteriemia
  • Septicemia
  • Sclerosis
  • Reparation Of Lesions
  • Intoxications Of All Kinds
  • Where Sclerosis Gets Its Origin
  • Arteriosclerosis
  • Histology. Tissue
  • Teratology
  • Cancer
  • Histogenetic Tumors
  • Adenoma
  • When Does A Cancer Become A Cancer?
  • Cause Of Fibroid Tumor

13. Synergies

  • Synergies. Continued
  • Heart weakness
  • Embolism
  • Nerve Connections
  • Inflammation
  • Suppuration
  • Purulent Foci
  • Chyliform Collections
  • Gangrene
  • Tubercles
  • Localization And Evolution Of Tuberculosis

    B. Pathogeny

    C. Pathological Physiology

    D. Pathological Anatomy

    E. Symptomatology

    The Patient. Part 2

    The Patient. Part 3

    2. Appearance Of Patient

    • Facial Expressions
    • Skin
    • Cerebral Derangements
    • A Normal Person--Hunger
    • An Abnormal Person-Appetite

    3. Pain

    • Relationship Of Pain To Other Facts Connected With Disease
    • Pain Explained

    4. Examination Of The Patient

    (A) Organs Of Special Sense

    (B) Vasomotor

    (C) Heart

    • Percussion
    • The Normal Heart Sounds
    • Disturbed Heart Rhythm

    (D) Respiratory Apparatus

    (E) Digestive Apparatus

    • Flatulency
    • Vomiting
    • Stomach
    • Intestine
    • Fecal Matter
    • Abdominal Pain And What It Signifies
    • Abdominal Pain And What It Signifies. Continued
    • Obscurity Of Abdominal Symptoms
    • Volvulus (Twist In The Bowels)
    • Liver

    (F) Urinary Apparatus

    • Chyluria

    (G) Genital Organs

    • Genital Organs. Continued
    • Leucorrhea
    • Abortion Habit

    (H) The Nervous System

    • Gait
    • Convulsions
    • Trembling Or Tremor

    F. Nosology

    II. Diagnosis

    III. Prognosis

    IV. Therapeutics

    • Nature's Plan as Concerns Utilization of Building Material
    • Vitamin--What Is It?
    • Vitamin--What Is It? Part 2
    • Vitamin--What Is It? Part 3
    • Vitamin--What Is It? Part 4
    • Vitamin--What Is It? Part 5
    • Vitamin--What Is It? Part 6
    • Vitamin--What Is It? Part 7
    • Vitamin--What Is It? Part 8
    • Vitamin--What Is It? Part 9
    • Vitamin--What Is It? Part10
    • Vitamin--What Is It? Part11
    • Archaic Medicin

Con su teor?a de la toxemia , John Tilden reconoci? el papel del estr?s en la causa de los problemas de salud mucho antes de que esto se convirtiera en una idea aceptada. Se?al? que la salud se altera cuando la energia nerviosa se disipa?y el cuerpo ya no es capaz de eliminar adecuadamente los subproductos t?xicos del metabolismo. El estado resultante de la auto-intoxicaci?n, o toxemia, fue considerado por Tilden como causa b?sica ?nica de deterioro de la salud. A su juicio, cada enfermedad es un esfuerzo de la naturaleza por eliminar la toxemia, o crisis de la toxemia. Seg?n Tilden, la energ?a nerviosa podr?a convertirse en t?xica al consumir los alimentos equivocados, por comer en exceso, teniendo en cuenta tambi?n muchos estimulantes como el caf? y el alcohol, y tambi?n por otras fuentes de estr?s, tales como tensiones emocionales y mentales. En 1910 comenz? a publicar una revista mensual llamada?The Stuffed Club,?que continu? hasta 1915 cuando cambi? el nombre por el de?Philosophy of Health, y que pas? a llamarse m?s tarde, en 1926,?Health Review and Critique

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