Dental Infections can contribute to disease progression and interfere with autonomic responses. Neurological considerations include that of Hamer(1998) who described how certain regions of the brain relay cancer terrains to distant visceral organs and linked certain microbes to those areas of effect based on vulnerability according to embryologic layer relationships. In pre-cancer states, the beneficial microbes either reverse the stress on the region or cannot meet the pressure of the progression of the disease.
The significance here lies in the fact that the presence of a focal infection not only plays a role in the patient’s response to the presence of dysfunction and disease development, but also creates a disturbance to the behavior of other autonomic responses. For example, in thermoregulation, as the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) sends its sympathetic & parasympathetic signals to the exterior, the signals pass through the internal viscera and connective tissues on their way to the capillary beds of skin.
Any focal infection, toxic load, or degenerative event located in these viscera or tissue creates a disturbance for that incoming signal which is downstream by capillary dilatation or constriction within the skin.
Organs & Tissues such as Dental Roots, pancreas, ovaries, breasts, & liver therefore act as “gates” or “gating mechanisms” to signal and neurotransmission phenomena projected from Central Nervous System and spinal reflex arcs. Therefore, an effective way to screen for local disturbances is by measuring the temperature response in direct relationship to the capillary status at specific visceral-cutaneous points using a functional scanning method such as Regulation Thermometry.
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