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Sexphonia (sexophonia) – an interview –

Sexophonia

Interviewer: Hallo, everybody! Welcome to this episode of “medical views”. Today, we would like to run a conversation about “sexophonia” with the person who coined it. Mr. Physician 21, welcome to our program!

Physician 21: Thank you very much. I am so glad to be here today.

Interviewer: Before discussing your view about sexophonia, let’s start with two questions that seem relevant to this topic: who are you and what is your medical philosophy?

Physician 21: I am a physician by learning and training and interested in languages, cooking and sports. About my medical philosophy, I would say I am a rational and logical person and respect the different medical schools because, in my opinion, they complete one another.

Interviewer: Will you try to present your idea about sexophonia as for the meaning and the resonance?

Physician 21: Well. The idea is about the working and interaction of environment, people and individual (ecology, society and physiology). In my present view, the very variable crosstalk between the individual and the surroundings including people is the factor that would influence one’s health and productivity. In this process, the words sex and creativity may be greatly interchangeable as they may have common routes and paths. Accordingly, I wish that my idea is not seen as one more theory of physical sex centrality but rather a concept that intermingles physical sex and life willingness in one homogenous and consolidated continuum.

Interviewer: I may have got the concept. However, how would you defy the apparent high sexuality-orientation in your idea, for example, if you would agree that a pleasant thing could be described as sexophonic?

Physician 21: Well. Here can be a great deal of misunderstanding and confusion, because the implementation of sexual-orientation should not include undetermined or irresponsible views or talks about sexuality. The latter is being essentially private and personally defined.

Interviewer: Okay. You mean that the abstractive generalization of life willingness under sexophonia does not necessarily mean the demolition of the sensitivity and privacy of the sexuality as a scientific and ethical topic.

Physician 21: That’s it, thank you.

Interviewer: And what about the name?

Physician 21: The name includes the suffix “phonia” which means acoustic. This would be a suitable vehicle for the meaning, because the hearing may be the most important among all the human senses. For example, through the hearing we perceive the tunes and convey the feelings.

Interviewer: Tell us a few examples of the echoes of your view.

Physician 21: Well. The concept of sexophonia may be very relevant in managing diseases. This can be explained as social maneuvers, environmental modifications, learning motivation, etc. The physician should pay attention to such elements that can greatly influence the individual’s willingness to life as quite serious as to common medicines and regimens.

Interviewer: Thank you so much for this interesting information.

Physician 21: Thank you too.

The physician’s paradox

the physician's paradox

When I decided to become a physician I was keen only on that title and profession that suit my ambitious character and passionate nature. As time passed over and over I am aware now that I was and had to choose a way of opposites. Such opposites may contrast extremely in real and fancy and in action and the proposals, and – at the same time – they may reflect an example of an honest and working counter mix with fine thinking and naïve reflection.

I don’t see yet the value of wearing eye glasses as some may have advised. I should not argue that my sight is as sharp as that of a teenager but really I am still can do without. Eye burns and scratching could come from time to time for some kinds of stress and I don’t like to overestimate such temporary complaints. Wearing eye glasses is sometimes fashionable or stylish but I am still stuck to my early days of fabric independence. I do not succumb to the must-study seasons and the sleepless nights but like to run, swim and shape muscles. And though I am deeply not a dress model, it can happen to become a one when the situation dictates it. By the same way, I am not such all-in-one person but when it is needed it can come to many things; interpreter, writer, poet, painter, etc.

The very serious themes of the medical care among the house corridors, noises of wheel chairs and smell of antiseptics and the different wounds could hardly capture my fancy as a streaming sailor or a floating sky diver. I believe in Shakespeare, appreciate Newton and admire Einstein. Being a qualified physician I am supposed to be a scientist too. I know I am neither hindering death nor helping it. Death is a destiny and I try to bring about a fortune of health and wisdom. But do not then wonder if I am a physician or a priest.

I am so simple that I care about every detail and decide for the one that touches my genuine defects.

Bugs And Fibromyalgia

“What we eat, what we think, and what we do impacts our health, but so does our environment. “

MollieSong

You know that feeling after doing something physically demanding, when you are so exhausted that you can barely move? Your muscles are sore, even tender. You may even have a headache from being over-tired, and you may have trouble sleeping, even though that’s all you want to do. Imagine feeling this way for weeks and months at a time. That’s pretty much how I felt around the time I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia, around 17 years ago.

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Millions of people in developed countries are now experiencing auto-immune disorders in record numbers. Recent reports indicate that around 5 million Americans may have fibromyalgia, an auto-immune condition that is characterized by muscle pain, fatigue, and “tender points” at the base of the neck, back and several particular places. When I saw the endocrinologist, I was told that the best thing I could do was to rest a lot and take a prescription…

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The word cures

the word cures

Has anyone thought ever what the best and cheapest cure could be? I might have got an answer: the word. It is the word that conveys love and respect; the word that spreads hope, light and warmth. Nothing in the world can do all this other than the good word. Should it have to do with pain or with some shortage and stress? Does the situation concern confidence and competence? Or were it a sweeping fear and unbearable doubt? I never wonder when one single word turns all this misery to delight and existence.

As a physician one might ask; what could a word do for an acute appendicitis or a heart attack? The answer, and hence the role of the word, will depend largely on the way one thinks. If one thinks of the blessings of the good word, the urgency of the situation would lessen quite enough so that a typical medical care would be optional or even superfluous. Because such extreme belief and sensitivity are always the exception, in the general practice the role of good word would be confined only to fulfill ethical and moral aspects of the cure art.

What could the word do, on the other hand, when used badly? A bad word might obscure light, steal hope and threaten talent. A bad word might impair and impede the mind, mislead the aims and spoil the potentials. Even, renal colic, stroke or lost temperance, for example, might be precipitated by one bad word said with or without intention. In other words, the cost of word misuse in our life might far exceed the inevitable losses caused by labor, thoughtfulness and care we invest to achieve our existence and satisfaction. That’s why we should train ourselves to best use our word treasure as much as we are keen on taking courses to improve our work and professional skills.

Who believes in the beneficence of word, might look a bit different, because in an increasingly materialized life a brilliantly good word might be overlooked. But when every kind of medicine and manipulation may be insufficient for cure and relief, then one may reconsider the good word as the best and cheapest cure.

The idea of religion

the idea of religion
A religion is sometimes thought of as a sum of rituals and believes with varying impact on the running of daily life. According to religious provisions one may select from a wide panel of life trends including marriage, outlook, interests, values and food. The presetting of a magnificent Creator and supra-human will is also sometimes a great concern of religious belief. As a mere kind of inspiration, religion may not surpass being an idea that long tackled the human intellect and spirit.
Being “religious” on such definition may denote a sort of discipline and order. It may entail also a given appreciable standard of good values, morals, passion and reasoning. A religion could be an adoption of respect and creative attitude to restrain a natural tendency to shallowness and recession. Remedies, free time, jobbing, social life, beautiful surrounding and healthy food are basic life-issues that may be influenced by religious believes.
In this vision, religion is not a mere set of obligations and restrictions but more a system that cares about and ensures an effective and harmonized performance and proper out-shaping of human needs and capabilities. Indeed, religion is concerned with perception, science and justice. Science can be an approach to justify a given religious belief that in turn encourages scientfic perception of life in the best proved human experience. Justice, on the other hand, is the almost indispensible common factor in a religion that praises peace, forgiveness and perfection.

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