Psychosocial factors appear to impact the development and progression of such chronic diseases as coronary heart disease, cancer, HIV/AIDS. and Similarly. Psychosocial interventions have been shown to improve the quality of life of patients with established disease and seem to influence biological processes thought to ameliorate disease progression. Studies are useful for specifying the conditions under which psychosocial factors may or may not impact the quality of life, biological factors, and disease progression. They are also useful for informing us about the conditions under which psychosocial interventions can serve as adjuvants (e.g. adherence training) to medical treatments.
Only large-scale clinical trials, however, can determine the extent to which these psychosocial interventions may impact morbidity and mortality.
Doctors like B Lipton, Jo Dispenza, and Echart Tolle have strong proof of evidence in reversing disease by addressing the psychological body, especially childhood trauma.
We also make use of proven psychoactive plants to address the problem.