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Self-healing Yan schroën

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Congres The Art of Self-Healing

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Self-healing Yan schroën

  1. 1. Self-healing and Self-organisation: new perspectives from an old traditional healthcare system Yan Schroën
  2. 2. … ability to adapt and self-manage in the face of social, physical and emotional challenges
  3. 3. Towards a systemic definition of health and wellbeing:
  4. 4. An organism is a complex, dynamic, self- organizing system far from equilibrium
  5. 5. Dynamic Systems Theory In studying self-organizing systems a shift in focus occurs: From objects to relationships From quantity to quality Mapping of patterns of relationships
  6. 6. “1 manifests itself in 3” Yi Jing 1 2 3 3 = Qi
  7. 7. Qi • Connection • Communication/Information • Movement Energy Matter Life
  8. 8. Energy storage under energy flow
  9. 9. Upward organization
  10. 10. Downward causation
  11. 11. The I and the Oneness
  12. 12. Towards a systemic definition of health and wellbeing: Health is a dynamic state in which a system is maximally open and there is an optimal exchange of information, without loosing the characteristics of the system itself.
  13. 13. 34 Vernetztes Denken in der biomedizinischen Forschung, Rainer H. Straub; 2013 Disease Health Trigger Threshold to symptoms
  14. 14. Frequent urination tiredness thirst Low backpain Weakness of knee Ear ringing Attractor Kidney Qi deficiency
  15. 15. Symptoms
  16. 16. Symptoms Systemtheory: Ba Gang ZangFu JingLuo etc.
  17. 17. Syndrome Symptoms Systemtheory: Ba Gang ZangFu JingLuo etc.
  18. 18. Syndrome Symptoms DIAGNOSE Systemtheory: Ba Gang ZangFu JingLuo etc.
  19. 19. Syndrome Symptoms DIAGNOSE Systemtheory: Ba Gang ZangFu JingLuo etc. Treatment principle
  20. 20. Syndrome Symptoms DIAGNOSE Systemtheory: Ba Gang ZangFu JingLuo etc. Treatment principle Treatment
  21. 21. How to design a intervention for a complex system?12 subtypes of Diabetes II: Biomarker fingerprinting DMII subtype 8 DMII subtype 2 DMII subtype 5 DMII subtype 10 DMII subtype 11 DMII subtype 3 DMII subtype 6 DMII subtype 4 DMII subtype 7 DMII subtype 9 DMII subtype 12 DMII subtype 1
  22. 22. Diabetes II Qi & Yin Xu Qi & Yin Xu met stagnatie Qi & Yin Xu met DampHitte  Spleen deficiency – Liver Qi stagnation  Spleen deficiency with Damp  Spleen deficiency with Blood stagnation  Damp Heat and Qi stagnation  Kidney and Stomach Yin deficiency  Yin deficiency with rising Yang  Lung Yin deficiency  Liver Yin deficiency  Heart Yin deficiency  Qi and Yin deficiency  Qi and Yin deficiency with Blood stasis  Yin and Yang deficiency
  23. 23. Visceral adiposity LDL elevated Glucose toxicity Fatty liver gut inflammation endothelial inflammation systemic Insulin resistance systemic inflammation Vioxx Salicylate Atorvastatin Fenofibrate Metformin Glibenclamide LXR agonist Rosiglitazone Pioglitazone Sitagliptin Hepatic IR Adipose IR Muscle metabolic inflexibility adipose inflammation Microvascular damage Myocardial infactions Heart failure Cardiac dysfunction Brain disorders Nephropathy Atherosclerosis β-cell failure Reversible process β-cell Pathology High cholesterol High glucose gluc Risk factor Hypertension dyslipidemia ectopic lipid overload Ìrreversible process Hepatic inflammation Stroke IBD fibrosis Retinopathy Metabolically healthy Physical inactivityCaloric excess
  24. 24. Thank You

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