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Advances in Complementary & Alternative medicine

The Chronic Diseases Require Nonlinear Mathematical Description

  • Open or Close M Kuman*

    Holistic Research Institute, USA

    *Corresponding author: M Kuman, PhD, Holistic Research Institute, 1414 Barcelona Dr, Knoxville, TN 37923, USA

Submission: December 18, 2017; Published: February 21, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/ACAM.2018.01.000514

ISSN: 2637-7802
Volume1 Issue3

Abstract

Our body is organized in space (in tissue specific organs) and in time. Since stress creates delays because the body needs to stop its work and mobilize for response to the stressor, stress would influence the organization in time. Since the periodic reactions in an organ called biorhythms exhibit extreme flexibility and adaptability, they must be nonlinearly connected. However, regardless how flexible and adaptable the system of biorhythms is, the genetically inherited weak organ with lowest integration among its biorhythms would be the first to fail to adapt under strong or prolonged stress. This would result in mal-adaptation manifested as chronic disease. Thus, only nonlinear mathematics can describe the onset of chronic diseases. In a young body, the biorhythms are strongly integrated and the so-called ‘potential curve’ in their nonlinear mathematical description is expected to be a ‘potential strong spring’. However, to better adapt to stressors with aging the body lowers the energy of integration among its biorhythms. This makes the organs’ system of biorhythms more flexible and adaptable, but leaves it more vulnerable to biorhythm disintegration by stress, which leads to chronic diseases. For this reason, the so-called ‘potential curve’ in the nonlinear mathematical description for the elderly is expected to be a ‘potential weak spring’. Since the weak spring fails more easily under stress, chronic diseases are more frequent among elderly.

Keywords: Stress; Chronic diseases; Mal-adaptation as chronic diseases; Increase of chronic diseases with aging; Better adaptation with aging

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