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Israel's medical problem

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Submitted by NanN (United States), Dec 14, 2005 at 18:00

The following description of the "Israeli Malaise": "an exhausted people, confused and without direction," willing and even eager to be duped by their enemies", is classic of adrenal exhaustion and thyroid depletion related to long term stress. Stress hormones are produced to enable us to deal with threats, like a bear chasing us. However, when the "bear" never goes away, as in Israel, the stress hormones become depleted. Those poor people need a hormonal transfusion.
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