posted on March 12, 2012 00:30
The symptoms of lupus are fever, headache, joint pain, malaise, fatigue and the temporary loss of cognitive abilities. Lupus is really a toxic body due to an acidic pH and congested lymphatic system. When your lymphatic system is congested then your own cellular waste, parts of damaged and dead cells and fibrin can build in your skin, organs, muscles, brain and nerves creating headaches, pain, fatigue or many of the symptoms of lupus. If you understand acid-alkaline balance then lupus really is one disease like every other disease; lack of circulation in the tissues, that results in toxicity.
Lupus most often affects the heart, joints, skin, lungs, blood vessels, liver, kidneys and nervous system. The lymphatic system is responsible for helping to clean every system in the body. When it isn’t functioning optimally cellular waste can build in any part of the body creating a buildup of acidic waste that can damage any part of the body, especially the kidneys. Those with lupus have periods of illness called flares, alternating with periods of better health called remissions. When you experience a flare you are more acidic and toxic, when you are in remission and feeling better your body is more towards a balanced, less hostile pH.
One of the first things you need to do is check your pH. You want to know if your saliva and urine pH is acidic, in balance or alkaline. When you understand whether you are acidic or alkaline or in balance, you can take steps to balance your pH and activate your lymphatic system help detox acidic waste from the body. Taking medications only eases symptoms but does not get to the “Root” cause of the lupus; an acidic pH and constricted lymphatic system. Many medications deplete magnesium in the body which makes you acidic, and eventually contributes to your pain or other symptoms reoccurring.
Take back your health, learn to balance your pH and activate your lymphatic system to help Lupus and many other health problems.
Copyright © 2012 John Ossipinsky