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 Dr. Davis here from Vista CA…

Want to catch a cold follow these easy steps!


 Want to catch a cold? Follow these easy steps!  

Some people seem to expect a bout with a cold or the flu each year.  If you haven’t had your quota yet, here are some things you can do: 

  1. Eat a poor diet. If you want to catch a cold, make sure your body lacks the vitamins and minerals it needs to keep itself in good repair. Eat lots of processed foods, stripped of their nutritional value. Avoid fresh vegetables and ingest lots of high-fat snack foods.
  2. Avoid adequate rest. After neglecting the quality of the raw materials your body needs to repair itself, deprive yourself of adequate rest. Stay up late and reduce the time you sleep as much as possible. Use tobacco, coffee and other stimulants to fool yourself into thinking you have plenty of energy.
  3. Stop exercising. To catch a cold, make sure you reduce the effectiveness of your immune and lymphatic systems. Unlike the circulatory system with its pump (the heart), your lymphatic system depends upon exercise and physical movement to circulate these valuable fluids with their germ-fighting abilities.
  4. Rarely wash your hands. Increase your chances of catching a cold by compromising your personal hygiene. Remember to use your dirty hands and fingers to rub your eyes, pick your nose or wipe your lips.
  5. Think negative thoughts. Look for opportunities to imagine having a cold. Pay attention to news reports about outbreaks of the flu and pay close attention to TV commercials from drug companies that sell products designed for cold sufferers.
  6. Invite stress. Stress yourself physically by experiencing extreme temperature and humidity changes. Stress yourself mentally with constant worry or fear. Stress yourself socially by encountering as many ill people as possible.
  7. Become dehydrated. Avoid drinking enough water. Reduce the effectiveness of your immune system and other bodily functions by drinking water-removing diuretics such as caffienated beverages, coffee, tea and alcohol.
  8. Ignore your spine and nerve system. Ignore the role of a properly operating nervous system, the master control of your immune system.  

Of course we’re joking!  

The only way to catch a cold or the flu is to make yourself a hospitable host to the millions of cold and flu germs around you every day. 

God Bless and Be Well, 

 Dr. Bill Davis 

Upper Cervical Specialist-NUCCA Procedure 

Vista CA 



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This is Dr. Davis writing from lovely Vista California again…. 

Ear infections are caused when the ear is not properly draining fluid.  The fluid builds up over time until it becomes more susceptible to infection…just like standing water.  Antibiotics treat the infection but not the reason that the infection is present…so the ear infections usually come back.  If they continue to come back the next course of action from a medical perspective is to force the ears to drain by putting tubes in.  Why not correct the cause?  If the nerves that control the ears and the fluid release are not properly working then the fluid will not drain…release the pressure from the nerves and the ear works like it was designed again…Praise God!  Here is one mother’s story from our office…

 “My 2 year old son had been suffering from chronic ear infections ever since he was born.  In 2 years he had been on antibiotics 12 times for ear infections!  His pediatrician was talking to us about putting tubes in his ears.  Kanan’s bowels were really not doing good with all of those antibiotics as well.

 Kanan’s ear infections stopped returning after his first visit!  We bring him in now every few months just to keep him healthy.  No more antibiotics and no tubes!!

 Don’t be afraid!  The procedure is very gentle.  There is no cracking, popping or anything that will hurt or cause pain to your baby.  And the loving, calming atmosphere and genuine concern for my son’s health is wonderful.”

 -Theresa (The Mommy)  San Marcos, CA

What do you think?  Let me know below…does this make sense to you?

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