On 23.01.2018, the Medical Blatt.de writes: Anxiety disease could be a precursor to Alzheimer's/dementia.
Why this is true, that first the fear and then Alzheimer's comes in, I tell you here:
The report is about old people first developing anxiety disorders and then Alzheimer's/dementia.
So, now they are looking for old people who are afraid and then research for years whether they might also get dementia. The matter is actually perfectly logical. There's an old man, an old woman. The kids are worried. Does he still manage to do that. Nothing happened to her, either. How is he doing? Does he have enough to eat and drink? Do I have to go shopping again?
It's her parents. Of course, they're worried. And the old have little to do, sit a lot at home, don't do much and so become more and more sensitive to other people's thoughts. By the fact that the children are worried now, to draw on it, they want to know, they want to have: How is it going? What is he doing? Is he still well on foot? Is he what to eat? Did he drink enough?
The kids think of her and the old people then get scared. It is an energy shortage among the elderly and an energy surplus among children. So there's the fear. And then the kids also want Mum and Dad to remember they drink enough. They want them to think of going somewhere again. And this "I want to have you think of it" triggers these memory gaps and this dementia. And if I want to have, "I want you to remember everything!," then the ability to remember is extinguished in the brain.
A nice example of this, which you have certainly already experienced, is the school. The teacher, who already knows the answer to his question, of course, asks you for something. Just now you still knew it and then suddenly blackout. The head is empty. You don't know what to say.
The teacher knew the answer, connected directly to the answer in your brain and disabled it. That's how it works. The teacher wants you to respond to his question: "What is 10 + 14?" With "24."
So the teacher calls you up, now he wants to have you tell him 24, and you can't. This is exactly how biohistory works. I want to have something and the other can't do it. Or, I don't want anyone to do anything specific, and that's exactly what they do.
You've probably experienced it before. Sunburn on the shoulder. You go to school. Never before, someone patted you on the shoulder and said, "Hey age, how's going?" But if you have a sunburn and want no one to grab your shoulder, that's what they do. Or the boss in the company. You don't want him to come and look over your shoulder like you're working on the computer, and then he comes. And the more that bothers you, the more comfortable the boss feels looking over your shoulder as you work.
There are a thousand other examples of how this works in the same way. Kuck in your life. What do you reject and what happens anyway? What do you want to have and what doesn't happen? I'm not talking about wanting a million that doesn't come then. I'm talking about things you want from other people, or things you want other people not to do. That's exactly the same thing. That's how it works. These are any radio waves between your head and the other's head that cause the other to react like this.
If you want to have: Don't do that! You reject it, and he does. This is how biohistory works.