Section 1-4. Autonomic nerve imbalance is caused by “Hazo disease”

In the previous Chapters I and II in the First Part, we already explained that teeth provide great influences on autonomic nerve systems. Because of such influences, onset of “Hazo disease” is associated with abnormality in autonomic nerve systems, in more details, autonomic nerve imbalance, etc. These abnormalities are also induced by stress reactions attributable to “Hazo diseases” as stated in the above; however, it is very important in terms of considering our health and therefore, shall we investigate the mechanism from the overall view point.Systemic nervous system can be largely classified into two groups such as the central nervous system comprising brain and spinal cord, and the peripheral nerve system consisting of autonomic nervous system and somatic nerve system. Autonomic nerve system is related to vegetative functions such as respiration and circulation which works irrespective of our will; therefore, they are called as vegetative nerves. On the other hand, the somatic nerve system is associated with zooidal functions such as movement and perception and accordingly is called as a zooidal nerve. This consists of both motor nerve and sensory nerve. Please remember that the peripheral nerve connecting both the whole body and the central part consists of only two kinds such as autonomic nerve and somatic nerve system. Autonomic nerve systems possesses the following characteristic mechanism of actions.

(1)Autonomic control – Without any control of the will, this is changed only according to reflection.
(2)Duplicated control– There are two series such as sympathetic and parasympathetic nerve systems and generally, both systems control one organ concomitantly.
(3)Antagonistic control– Sympathetic and parasympathetic nerve systems exert antagonistic effects mutually to stimulate or inhibit a certain organ.
(4)Persisting control – Both series, in particular sympathetic nerve system always maintain a certain level of excitation or tension, thereby sending a constant level of electric impulse to the organs to be controlled continuously.
(5)Mutual control – If sympathetic nerve activities are stimulated against a certain organ to be controlled antagonistically, parasympathetic nerve functions are inhibited whereas if parasympathetic nerve functions are stimulated, sympathetic nerve functions are inhibited, instead.

Under the operation of these autonomic nerve-specific mechanisms of actions, electronic impulses of both sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves are transmitted through the whole body, whereby our lives are maintained without our own recognition. By the way, where these electric impulses from autonomic nerves are originated from? In fact, these electronic signal energies come from sensory nerves among the somatic nerves belonging to peripheral nerves, as already stated in the above (2). In parallel with our vital activities, from various sensory organs spread over the whole body including muscles, skin and teeth, various kinds of electric signals are sent to the central nervous system, like a water drop produced in a deep forest. These drops of water gather together to form a fountain. This is quite similar to the transmission of the electric signals which flow into the first unit of the brain-stem, followed by outflow to the second and the third unit like a chain reaction, and finally fill the whole brain as the electric energy sources. Subsequently, these electric signal energy transmitted to the central nervous system is converted and sent to the peripheral parts. In other words, the water filling the whole brain is conversely reversed to the peripheral parts, where the autonomic nerve energy was originally produced, in the body via the autonomic nerve systems.These electric signal energy is flown from peripheral parts to the central nerves, and then to the peripheral parts as long as our life activities continue. In such occasions, if the water frown from the sensory nerves in the peripheral parts to the central nervous system is turbid, what kind of water shall be returned after conversion as the autonomic nerve signals? As you can imagine, the resultant water should be turbid. If such turbid water is continuously supplied, activities of the whole body would be lowered to cause any disorders in the vital activities. This is called as autonomic nerve imbalance, contributing to acceleration of aging.The major cause of producing the turbid water in terms of electric signals from peripheral parts to the central nerve turbid was found to be distortion of dental bites. The distorted bites are associated with occurrence of abnormal tension of the whole body muscles and tendon (Please refer to Chapter II). In these muscles and tendons, sensory organs such as muscle spindles and Golgi apparatuses are installed while they continuously convey the information about the contraction situations of muscles and tendons to the spinal cord, and finally to the brain center. As described before (Chapter II), most of the muscles perform “antagonistic works”. If there are any distortions of dental bites, leading to continuously abnormal tension in the whole muscles and continuous entry of electric signals conveying such abnormality from the peripheral areas to the central nerves, the situations are quite different from those without any abnormal tension in the muscles in the persons with healthy dental bites. Once continuous tension occurs in muscles, the blood vessels in the muscle are suppressed to cause unfavorable circulation, resulting in production of pain-inducing substances due to accumulation of metabolites and waste matters. As the results, stiffness of muscles and pains are induced. These electric signals of pains are also compared to a kind of turbid water. In addition, since the muscle amounts in the whole body are large enough, their turbidity cannot be ignored from the view point of our lives. If electric signal corresponding to a turbid water is returned from the central nerve to the peripheral areas via autonomic nerves, abnormality might eventually occur in visceral system, blood vessel system and endocrinological system, all of which are controlled by autonomic nerves; therefore, unfavorable circulation permits transmission of such abnormal electric signals to the central nerves, resulting in playing a role as the causes for aggravation of the turbid water. Furthermore, there is a concern about unfavorable electric influences on the central nerves following occurrence of electricity due to Macro-Galvanic electric erosion effects which are produced by implantation or coverage of the incompatible metals in teeth.Shall we investigate the witness from a patient regarding the correlation between “Hazo diseases” and autonomic nerve imbalance in more details.

Four months have passed since my receiving treatments as an
outpatient. Previously, I had had headache, low back pain, eye fatigue,
stiff shoulder, and numb feeling from shoulder to arms. Furthermore, I had
felt tiredness every day. However, after dental treatment, I had no such
complaints and I think as if the previous troubles were to be only a
dream. When I had had severe stiff shoulder, I felt as if I shouldered
heavy burdens. I was suffering from agony every day. However, now
that they were disappeared, I am very happy because of no similar worries.I feel
as if the previous hard days were to be a “nightmare”.Thank you indeed.
(A 44-year-old man, Shimonoseki-city, Yamaguchi)

This patient is now at the age of 40s, being in his most productive years. However, he was suffering from not only physical symptoms such as headache and stiff shoulder, but also autonomic nerve imbalance. Accordingly, he could not continue his job. Probably, he might have been suffering from “Masked depression” which is characteristic of less significant neurological manifestation with obvious occurrence of physical symptoms.This patient confessed “When I had had severe stiff shoulder, I felt as if I shouldered heavy burdens. I was suffering from agony every day”, indicating that the distorted dental bites were responsible for occurrence of persisting severe abnormal tension of muscles and excessive stress. As the results, he had autonomic nerve imbalance. This assumption could be proved by the complete recovery due to treatments of “Hazo diseases” including improvement of abnormal bites, thereby telling us “I feel as if the previous hard days were to be a “nightmare”. Of course, he received no symptomatic therapy at all. Additionally, since the treatment of “Hazo diseases” can be designated as the radical causal therapy to eliminate the causes themselves of the disease, no relapse would occur throughout his life.The following patient is a middle-aged man who showed defective circulation due to autonomic nerve imbalance.

In June 1999, I visited this Dental Clinic from Saitama Prefecture for
treatments of teeth. On the same day, the coverage over the teeth by the
previous dentist was removed, followed by correction of the dental bites.
Since then, my stiff shoulder and low back pain were alleviated and I could not
imagine the past gloomy feeling. I enjoyed skiing from my young ages but
when my gloves became wet, my finger tips were cold. Initially, I thought
this is because my gloves became cold with moisture but when I was in an
air-conditioned room for a long time during the summer, I felt cold.In the
winter season, I felt much more colder. In particular, left index finger,
medicinal finger, right middle finger and medicinal finger were the
coldest. No physicians could clarify these symptoms. Then, my middle
finger and medicine finger of my right hand were numbed while I was holding the
hand strap of tramcars. Department of Orthopedic Surgery investigated my
fingers by X-ray and ultrasound, thereby revealing presence of small adipose
mass measuring a adzuki bean at the right wrist (inside). This mass
presses the relevant nerve. Surgical operation removed this mass and
numbness of my fingers was disappeared but the cold sensation of my fingertip
still remained.In this winter, I had no cold sensation of my fingertips.
Office colleagues wondered why your cold sensation of fingertips was
eliminated. I could not understand the actual reasons. Frankly
speaking, I could not imagine that removal of the implanted materials and
correction of dental bites were associated with cure of my troubles. My
experiences clearly imply importance of dental bites.
(A 59-year-old man, Kazu-city, Saitama)

Excessive sensitivity of limbs to cold temperatures is caused by autonomic nerve imbalance. Of course, it is sometimes induced by anemia and hypotension but most frequently caused by “Hazo diseases”. Abnormal tension of the whole body muscles due to “Hazo diseases” is accompanied by continuous abnormality of electric signals from peripheral areas to the central nerve, increase in internal stresses or alteration of vital mechanisms. As the results, autonomic nerve imbalance occurs. Under the conditions with stimulated function of sympathetic nerve activities, various stresses including coldness and mental stresses induce constriction of small blood vessels in fingers, resulting in abnormal decrease of the blood flow. Due to these abnormalities, the patient feels that fingertips are cold. According to the collation of the data by KOS, alleviation of these cold sensations after dental treatment was observed at the incidence of 79% in the patients who had complained of cold sensation, indicating that the major cause of such a complaint might be “Hazo diseases”. As regards similar diseases with cold sensation of fingers, there are Raynaud’s syndrome, white finger disease and keypuncher’s disease; in more details, the first one shows coldness and numb feeling of fingers and the second one is caused by long-term use of vibration machines such as chainsaw while the third one is a job-related disease observed in keypunchers and typists. All of these diseases are also considered to be associated with “Hazo diseases” as the underlying cause of these diseases whereas additional severe stresses might finally induce these diseases. As described above, “Hazo diseases” are responsible for autonomic nerve imbalance; however, the onset mechanism of such an imbalance implies the hypothesis that “Hazo diseases” would be the predominant cause of autonomic nerve imbalance.

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