"Lung Disorders Are Due To Unreleased And Persistent Sadness And Grief"



Lung disorders occur when you're unable to let go of grief and sadness. They affect the Lungs and its related organ, the Large Intestines. There are so many people out there who are sad or grieving due to some sort of traumatic loss in their lives. It may be the death of a loved one or guilt pertaining to that death. It could be guilt around a suicide of a friend or relative. It could be the loss of a job, too.

It's normal to grieve for a certain amount of time after a traumatic event. Live life again and take positive action. If you find it difficult to let go, then there's definitely unresolved issues that require some professional help. Feeling bad all the time is neither healthy nor constructive. You're stuck.

"Guilt Eats You Up Alive"

Often grief and sadness are accompanied by worry and or guilt. These are truly useless emotions. You beat yourself up needlessly. It doesn't matter what you've done in this life because man may not forgive you, but God surely does. And still loves you unconditionally. Worry is nonconstructive. Wringing your hands does not solve problems.

Often people worry about things that are completely out of their control. Like the live styles or life choices of their love ones. It really hurts you and only you. And if you don't let it go, it'll cause Lung disease in you.

"Physical Effects Of Prolonged Sadness And Grief"

• Shortness of breath (often asthma).
• Cough.
• Weak voice.
• Inability to speak up.
• Catch colds and flus easily.
• Inability to deeply breathe.
• Fatigue.
• Skin problems.
• Dryness.
• Pain in certain parts of the shoulder and arm, where the Lung and Large Intestine meridians are located.

"The Emotions Affect Your Sleep"

In Lung Disorders, you're probably suffering from chronic insomnia. Are you waking up between 3 A.M. and 5:00 A.M. or after 5 A.M. unless you habitually and intentionally want to get up then. You also saw how Liver Disorders and Heart Disorders affect your sleep.

"The Large Intestine"

Did you know that chronic constipation indicates a definite difficulty of letting go of old ideas and thoughts? So physically and psychologically, you're stuck.

The Lungs and Large Intestines are interrelated. The Liver also affects the Large Intestine by causing upset resulting in diarrhea. That's usually due to prolonged anger, frustration, resentment and the stress that comes from them. Nothing much happens in isolation. It's all interconnected.

"Where The Body Is Weakest"

Christopher Reeve, the former actor turned quadriplegic, died of a heart attack, possibly due to an adverse reaction to an antibiotic he was taking for an infection. His wife died two years later of lung cancer. She was a non smoker, but it illustrates her emotional condition. She was probably deeply saddened by his health while he was alive and then grieving after he died. It was too much for her. She left their one child behind, now an orphan.

Death demonstrates how powerful unreleased emotions are. In this case, Dana Reeves' grief sustained fatal Lung disorders. Because Christopher suffered a heart attack, he likely also suffered from prolonged grief and sadness from the loss of his freedom. Remember, the Heart feels everything.

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