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Spasmophilia and the magnetizer

The spasmophilia that was all the rage 45 years ago is now almost forgotten. It is still poorly defined and attributed to the effects of stress. Tetany is the ultimate expression of spasmophilia. Spasmophilia is characterized by muscular and nervous hyper excitability, it is due to deficiencies and inappropriate behaviors. Spasmophilia causes manifestations most often benign, but sometimes persistent and disabling, heavily affecting daily life. It can lead to newer diseases such as fibromyalgia, electrosensitivity, chronic fatigue syndrome. Spasmophilia would affect 20% of the population and could be transmitted if all the conditions were met.


Spasmophilia is a protective mechanism that gets carried away. Once this process begins, it self-sustains endlessly, even if the fatigue or stress that triggered it is no longer there. For example: the production of adrenaline, which results from insomnia causing the absorption of calcium and magnesium, is one of the factors that aggravates this process. Phenomena will lower the threshold of sensitivity to stress, they are: a permeability of the intestinal mucosa, poor absorption of vitamin D3 or minerals essential for the production of toxins. The spasmophile feels good when he is exhausted and wakes up tired after a night's sleep, because fatigue calls for an additional secretion of adrenaline which gives a feeling of energy and euphoria, but creates a build-up of fatigue.


Young woman in crisis of spasmophilia sitting on a sofa, she waits for the magnetizer and uses magnetism during this time.
Beginning of a tetany attack

We must not forget the role played by serotonin, produced largely in the intestinal tract. Its role is that of neuromuscular relaxation and arousal. Vitamin B and magnesium regulate serotonin.


A constant supply of magnesium may make spasmophilia worse.


The symptoms of spasmophilia are: light tingling in the extremities, occasional contractures, exaggerated emotionality, problems with digestion, difficulty falling asleep, temporary nervousness and constipation, restless legs syndrome, cramps, a feeling of lump in the throat, tachycardia, respiratory oppression, chest pain without organic origin, palpitations.


For some, fibromyalgia could be the exact same condition as spasmophilia. For others, fibromyalgia is only the result of the total exhaustion of a spasmophile ground. These 2 theories have a common basis.


Spasmophilia can occur as a result of hormonal changes: puberty, pregnancy and menopause, but also as a result of excessive exercise or emotional shock.


Spasmophils are short-breathed with poor cellular oxygenation.


The magnetizer must restore the balance of the ground in depth. Its action must begin with the liver, because there is always a hepatic fragility, from moderate to slight. It is then necessary to act on the intestinal flora and to have an action on intestinal hyperpermeability. It is then necessary to restore the functions of sleep.


It is sometimes useful to take: vitamin B, omega 3, calcium, magnesium and it is sometimes useful to treat against the presence of heavy metals.


How long does a spasmophilia attack last? Although spasmophilia is generally observed in children or even in infants, this condition sometimes remains latent and must be discovered by a systematic search for signs which gives rise to more or less serious and noisy manifestations.


What are the symptoms of the spasmophilia attack? the clinical manifestations of this condition are: osteotendinous hyperreflectivity, Lust's and Chvostek's signs characterized by a brief contracture of certain muscles of the affected face and contraction of the muscles of a core limb or tourniquet test.


What are the incidents and accidents of spasmophilia? For a preteen it is an excess of contracture similar to the crisis of the adult. The seizures can be isolated or occur during a carpedal spasm. These are convulsions similar to that of a child's epileptic (comitial) seizure. They frequently begin with small shaking of the hands, sometimes accompanied by high fever. Identical to the convulsions of high fevers (hyperpyretics).


Along with these major accidents, spasmophilia can provoke less noisy manifestations: spasm of sobbing; giggles without asphyxiation; an isolated contracture of the hand or the face with for example a mouth in the muzzle of a carpus and cramps during the effort in the older child.


How to avoid spasmophilia attacks? The first thing to do is to change your way of life, you have to improve your lifestyle. Watch for vitamin D supplementation, magnesium supplementation, and fruit increase. We must find suitable schedules and sleep times.


Spasmophilia: is an abnormal state of neuromuscular hyperexcitability that provides the ground on which attacks of tetany occur.


Should we see a magnetizer for spasmophilia? an identical question would be: should we see a healer for spasmophilia? It would be a shame to miss out on this energy which can not cause any harm, but on the contrary bring precious help.


Spasmophilia seizure: the carpedal spasm where the infant is frozen in bed with his lower limbs extended and stiff and his feet have an exaggerated curvature. As long as his upper limbs are flexed in abduction with closed fists. And His face is contorted with his back exaggeratedly curved in opisthotonos.


Tetany Attack: Spasmophilia: is an abnormal state of neuromuscular hyperexcitability that provides the ground on which tetany attacks occur. In infants the attack of tetany can present itself in different forms: phreno-glottic spasm or laryngospasm is the most serious of the accidents of spasmophilia. It is recognizable by an attack of suffocation accompanied by a slight breathing noise similar to a chuckle. The infant is agitated by jolts and vainly seeks his breath. It turns blue (in the case of cyanosis) before going into apnea. Certain sudden deaths of infants and newborns are thought to be due to this cessation of breathing.


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The infant subjected to artificial breastfeeding would be at greater risk. Between 6 months and a year, spasmophilia is associated with mild rickets. In children, although often obscure, there is sometimes a hypoparathyroidism with a connection with a constitutional ground. Seizures are often caused by a small, intercurrent infection: diarrhea, nasopharyngitis, or teething.


Spasmophilia is primarily biological with a drop in the blood calcium level (hypocalcemia). We find a change in the electrical excitability of nerves and muscles, we speak of an increase in chronaxis.


We observe on the electromyogram a double contraction of the muscle corresponding to a lowering of the rheobase sign of the doubled.


What is the treatment for spasmophilia? it is common for the treatment of spasmophilia to join that of rickets: administration of calcium, magnesium, vitamins D and often sedatives For those who prefer allopathy to magnetism.

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