If you've got cataracts, how much longer are you going to let them force you to have surgery, or lose your sight? Or if you're one of those who had the surgery, and came out worse. How much longer are we going to let those arrogant, hypocritical tyrants, who think no-one will ever hold them accountable, get away with ransoming the world's eyesight for the sake of their "bread-and-butter"? Please, for pity's sake, for humanity's sake, pick up the phone, call the newspapers and give them the whole story. Then call a lawyer to start a class action to fast-track anticataract eye drops. Thankyou.
These are horrendous statistics as I am fully aware as retired Probation an Parole Officer. It was my task to "rehabilitate" such offenders which is not an easy task in a world where human behavior is nearly always interpreted in terms of "psychosocial factors" only. I use the psychonutritional approach whereby one needs to first of all, eliminate biochemical factors, before looking at "psychological factors.
For instance, we found that violent-prone people usually tested positive to a test for hypoglycemia. Hypoglycemia is an unfortunate term, because what we really mean by hypoglycemia is a pre-diabetic condition that is characterised by very unstable blood sugar levels going up and down. This means that the person lacks the appropriate amount of sugar (glucose) going to the brain - the forerunner of biological energy called adenosine triphosphate (ATP). This energy is necessary in the production of feel good neurotransmitters and hormones. Thus people with hypoglycemia don't feel right about themselves leading to a typical low self-esteem that will make them sensitive the to the slightest criticism.
When blood sugar suddenly drop the brain is starved of biological energy and this will trigger the release of adrenaline. The latter is a hormone that converts sugar stores in the body - glycogen - back into glucose in order to feed the brain with essential energy to function. The secretion of excess adrenaline - a fight/flight hormone - readies the body for urgent action to face a danger in the environment. But when this hormone is triggered by an internal biochemical mechanism unrelated to whatever is going on in the environment, we find the kind of violent behaviour that seems to be all out of proportion to reality.
Although alcohol is an antidote to adrenaline - most alcoholics use alcohol to beat excess adrenaline - it is also the very cause of a serious hypoglycemic dip, that can trigger violent behaviour as explained above. Thus we may see a vicious circle. many violent offences are committed under the influence of alcohol.
The object of therapy is to stabilise a violent person's erratic blood sugar levels as a first step in treatment. This can be done by the adoption of the Hypoglycemic diet, supplemented with various vitamin and minerals. (There may be other Silent Diseases that could possibly play a role in the personality of a violent-prone person.) The next step is to teach the person a self-help psychotherapy course, starting to address the self-image and various other courses that will give him the tools to handle various social situations in a rational way. This program has been explained at:
It is to be hoped that with advances made in the biology of personality, prisons - that now house mainly "treatment resistant mentally ill people" - will soon be centres of rehabilitation for people that suffer from severe mood disorders.
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