Dr. Amitava Maity, Hahnemann Point, Entally, Kolkata

Modern Medicine towards Prevention, Cure, Well Being, and Longevity.

Modern Medicine towards Prevention, Cure, Well Being, and Longevity.

MODERN MEDICINE has done much in the fields of infectious diseases and emergencies to aid cure. In most of the other fields, it is mostly that it aims for which is another name of PALLIATION. So WHO encourages both clinicians and researchers how to turn decisively towards Palliation and cure. Also, Longevity with well being in modern medicines is another big challenge.

So we came to know the developmental work of WHO is mostly based on modern medicines.

In spite of that (From Latin Palliare to cloak ) said: “ MODERN MEDICINE IS MOSTLY PALLIATIVE REDUCING OR ERASING THE SEVERITY OF A PAIN OR DISEASE WITHOUT REMOVING THE CAUSE ”.

Prof. Ajoy R Singh said what medicine needs to do is people towards cure on one hand and prevention &cure on the other hand. (In respect we can say that ADVANCED COMPUTERIZED CLASSICAL HOMOEOPATHY can prevent and cure at a time )

But it appears (modern medicine) unachievable and prevention is nowhere in the collective consciousness of BIO-MEDICAL RESEARCHERS and opinions policymakers. 

I suspect probably because it would ultimately make them reluctant. And the cure and prevention lobby makes only weak noises does, if at all, and does not have the clout to change mainstream opinion. So it has been proved that WHO is promoting mostly modern medicine.

WHO has got no initiative to prevent THANATOS invented by Freud.

According to Sigmund Freud, humans have a life instinct—which he named “Eros”—and a death drive, which is commonly called (though not by Freud himself) “Thanatos”. This postulated death drive allegedly compels humans to engage in risky and self-destructive acts that could lead to their own death. Behaviors such as thrill-seeking and aggression are viewed as actions that stem from this Thanatos instinct.

However, some scientists argue that there is little evidence that most people have a specific drive toward self-destruction. According to them, the behaviors Freud studied can be explained by simpler, known processes, such as salience biases (e.g., a person abuses drugs because the promise of immediate pleasure is more compelling than the intellectual knowledge of harm sometime in the future) and risk calculations (e.g., a person drives recklessly or plays dangerous sports because the increases in status and reproductive success outweigh the risk of injury or death).

WE THE CLASSICAL HOMEOPATHS can destroy the death instinct, if the baby or a child comes to a homeopath for treating the diseases within our limitations, then it would be surprising that the same well-selected Medicine will also decrease the death instinct to some extent.