Saturday, December 29, 2007


Colour Vibration Therapy (CVT) is a relatively new but dynamic and promising form of complementary medicine being developed right here in Malaysia. This form of therapy was pioneered by Prof. Dr. Sir Norhisham who has conducted numerous researches into traditional medicine which focuses on patient’s lifestyle.

He researched the connection between the spiritual, mental, emotional and physical aspect of the human body and deduced that all forms in the universe can be represented by a single frequency which can be measured, copied and used in any manner imaginable.While conventional medicine focuses on destroying a disease, the CVT treatment uses formulae that are embodied by simple concepts of light and sound vibration that allows the body to process the necessary enzymes and amino acids needed to aid troubled cells.

CVT should also not even be considered a cure as the real cure of illnesses and/or diseases lies within our often toxicated bodies. CVT activates these cures by creating balance and harmony in the body’s overall well-being.It helps find the point of balance in the cell or organ and returns the original energy into it.

In actual fact, all formulae derived from CVT should not be considered as medicine for the taking. The use of specific frequencies means that each part of the body can be targeted separately for treatment.

The CVT formulae used in the therapy is 100 percent free of chemicals or active ingredients that could eventually lead to poisoning or toxicity within the body. It does not use any ingredients originating from animals either.

Aromatherapy Seri Wajah

Seri Wajah (SW) is the best Aromatherapy Essence available for general well-being. The essence combines light and sound vibration to provide stability and creating a balance in our cells and body.

This will help improve our immune system which can affects us on all levels i.e. spiritually, emotional, mentally and physically. Used frequently and positively, it has a profound healing effect.

It is our intention to provide safe, convenient and effective high quality products to allow individual to release discordant energies and produce harmony for the mind, body and spirit.
Aromatherapy is a powerful healing tool because our sense of smell is directly linked through the olfactory gland to our brain and central nervous system.

Seri Wajah (SW) continuously will have the following effect depending on individual:
  1. Promotes a sense of inner peace.
  2. Clears the mind and aid concentration.
  3. Soothes anger and irritability.
  4. Refreshing and uplifting.
  5. Stimulate creativity and intuition.
  6. Evokes a sense of inspiration.
  7. Balance the body and mind.
  8. Lifts the spirit.
  9. Reduce stress.
  10. Quickly rejuvenates your mind.
  11. Clear stagnant energy / negative energy
  12. Eases nervous tension and anxiety.
  13. Provides a peace of mind and emotional balance.


For bathing one or two drops of SW into a bathing tub or
Wet face with cold water and used one or two drops of SW to wipe your face, ears and head. (Most effective with ice-water)

Want to get this product, feel free to contact me;

Dr. Ariffaizal Bin Mohd Nor Ariffin
Pusat Rawatan Colour Vibration Therapy CVT

No 14 Lebuh Wira Jaya, Taman Rapat Setia Baru,
31350 Ipoh, Perak

Sila hubungi saya 012-4008972

Tel / SMS: 012-4008972

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Is WiFi safe?

Wireless communication is increasingly being used everywhere today – in homes, offices and public places. Some of the common wireless devices that can be found in the home, office and school are: wireless PC network or broadband routers, wireless local area networks (wLAN, or Wi-fi), wireless home entertainment networks, certain wireless burglar alarm systems, DECT (digitally enhanced cordless telephones), wireless interactive whiteboards and paging systems.

These devices or appliance operate in a way very similar to mobile phones, operating in the microwave spectrum between 900MHz and 2.4Hz. They are designed to be short-range local communications devices to avoid wired connections.

In recent years, concerns have especially been raised over Wi-fi installation. Like mobile phones, Wi-fi is an untested technology – meaning it hasn’t yet been proven safe for us. As with other toxins like tobacco and asbestos, accepted proof of its dangers can take years, even decades. It is thus prudent to take precautions.

Evidence is emerging that the health hazards associated with wireless microwave are at least comparable to, if not worse than, those associated with cigarette smoking. Unlike cigarette smoking, passive involuntary exposure to microwaves, which produce electromagnetic radiation, is hard to avoid if Wi-fi becomes common everywhere.

The bad news is, we’re all now drowning in a sea of microwaves because Wi-fi technology is now taking the world by storm. In fact, its use is said to have gone out of control worldwide. It is now feared that wireless communication networks may become the “asbestos of the 21st century”.

Why is Wi-fi potentially bad for health and why should we be concerned with its use? What are its effects on children? What are the repercussions of this technology?

Our body and The Low of Nature

Each matter has a charge. There are two types of charges, negative and positive. Negative charges always attract positive charges to fine the state of equilibrium. Lightning happens when negative charges of the clouds attract positive charges of the earth.

The same goes to the humans. The males have negative charges and the females have positive charges. This is why they are always attracted towards each other. Physical contact between male and female will cause bad affect and pollute the charges of human body. Unless for the body to be in the state of equilibrium, physical contact between male and female must be link by love and care between them. Love and care between couples can be possible after marriage. The state of equilibrium only can be found in marriage. However, charge of our body that are polluted can be refresh and recovered by washing our sensory organs such as face, ears, arms, foots and mouthwash.

Besides, our bodies are exposed to oxidation process in an open air. Oxidation process is known as rusting process. Parts of our body which are prone to get rusty are the nails and hair. Keeping them short, clean, washing our sensory organs often and wearing scarf can avoid rusty of our body.

Pollution of the charges in human body can happen naturally with the environment. Rotation of the earth may cause changes in the colour of the atmosphere. There are five dominant colour changes in a day. Colours of atmosphere also have charges. Changes in the colour of atmosphere may cause pollination to the charges of human body. There for, we have to purify them by washing our sensory organ at least five times a day.

Organ which control charges to be always in equilibrium is the pineal gland. Pineal gland is situated at the apex or top most to the brain. Healthy pineal gland will ensure all organs in our body system are in state of equilibrium. When the pineal gland receives enough supply of blood, oxygen and nitrogen, it will function efficiently. Unfortunately the pineal gland seldom receives enough all these supplements due to narrowness of blood capillaries in the brain. Blood capillaries in the brain can only deliver cold blood and when the mind is calm and peaceful. After midnight, world will become in harmony. Prostrating after midnight is one way to ease the flow. When the forehead touches the ground while prostrating, these supplements will rush into the pineal gland.

With a body in equilibrium, it will give a great impact to our lives. We can keep our health in top condition and we can achieve our entire goals. Imbalance body may cause unrest and stressful mind. Peaceful and rest mind can bring happiness and prosperity.

Since our body have charges, there for they have close relationship with the low of nature. Infect, they are a part of nature. The natures created by God always find level of balance. In nature, there are four types of cleansing agents such as water, earth, wind and fire. Water is the most common cleanser we use every day. We use earth or mud to clean skin form infection. Wind or air is used for cleaning some parts of machine. Fire is used to clear the most stubborn stain and dirtiest things. It is also used to clean ores to become metal. Simultaneously we have unable to clean ourselves, we’ll be cleansed by the nature. World disaster is one example of a cleansing process. Cleansing agent are also preventive agents. At the hardware shops, nails are kept in oil to prevent rusting. In the hereafter, dirty and sinful body will be kept in fire.

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

How to avoid an unnecessary caesarean


-Read and educate yourself on childbirth and its related processes.

-Help ensure a healthy baby and mother by eating a well-balanced diet.

-If your baby is breech, ask your care provider about exercise to turn the baby, external version (turning the baby with hands), and vaginal breech delivery. You may want to seek a second opinion.


-Stay at home as long as possible. Walk and change position frequently. Labour in the position most comfortable for you.

-Continue to eat and drink lightly, especially during early labour, to provide energy.

-Avoid drugs for a slow labour. As an alternative, you may want to try nipple stimulation.

-If your water bag breaks, don’t let anyone do a vaginal examination unless medically indicated for a specific reason. The risk of infection increases with each examination.

-Request intermittent, instead of continuous electronic foetal monitoring or the use of a fetoscope. Medical research has shown that continuous electronic foetal monitoring can increase the risk of caesarean without related improvement in outcome for the baby.

-Avoid using an epidural. Medical research has shown that epidurals can slow down labour and cause complication for the mother and baby.

-Do not arrive at the hospital too early. If you are still in the early stages of labour when you get to the hospital, instead of being admitted, walk around the hospital or go home and rest.

-If your healthcare provider has suggested a caesarean and you are in a non-emergency situation, take the time to really discuss your options regarding the procedure. Find out why it is being used in your case, what are the short-term and long-term effects on you and your baby, and what are your other options.

Other problems to expect with caesarean

Stillbirths. Women who have had a baby by caesarean have a higher risk of a stillbirth in a later pregnancy, an audit of thousands of births has revealed. The data came from records of women in Oxford-shire and West Berkshire who had babies between 1968 and 1989 and the study is reported in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

Monday, November 5, 2007

Repeat Caesarean: More Risk

Women who have uterine caesarean scar have slightly increased long-term risks. These risks, which increase further with each additional caesarean delivery, include:

- Breaking open of incision scar during a later pregnancy or labour (uterine rupture, or tearing open of the uterus into the abdominal cavity), a serious condition that may result in hysterectomy, urologic injury or a need for blood transfusion for the mother, and neurological damage in the infant. 90% of uterine ruptures happen at the site of a scar from a previous C-section.

- Placenta previa (the growth of the placenta low in the uterus, blocking the cervix). Compared with women with no uterine scar, women have more than 4 times the risk of placenta previa with 1 prior caesarean, 7 times the risk with 2-3 prior caesareans, and 45 times the risk with 4 or more prior caesareans. Placenta previa more than doubles the chance of the baby dying and increases the rate of pre-term birth more than 6-fold.

- Placenta accreta, placenta increta, placenta percreta (least to most severe), the growth of the placenta deeper into the uterine wall than normal, which can lead to severe bleeding after childbirth, sometimes requiring a hysterectomy.

- The odd placenta accreta (placenta grows into or even through the uterus) jump from 1 in 1,000 with 1 prior caesarean to in 100 with more than 1 prior caesarean. Nearly all women with this complication will require a hysterectomy, nearly half will have a massive haemorrhage, and as many as 1 in 11 babies and 1 in 14 mothers will die. The incidence of placenta accrete has increased 10-fold in the last 50 years.

- Placental abruption. Compared with women with prior births and no previous caesareans, women with 1 prior caesarean or more have as much as 3 times the risk of placental abruption (early separation of a normal placenta from the wall of uterus). With placental abruption, 6 in every 100 babies will die, and 3 in 10 will be born too early.

Old scar tissue also increases the likelihood of surgical injury

One more woman in every 100 with a history of more than one caesarean will have an ectopic pregnancy (embryo implants outside the womb). Haemorrhage associated with ectopic pregnancy is one of the leading causes of maternal death in the US.

Women having elective repeat caesarean are more likely to experience haemorrhage requiring transfusion, blood clots, and infection.Postpartum recovery after repeat caesarean section is even more difficult when there is another child or children to care for.

Friday, October 19, 2007

Caesarean in Malaysia

Although official statistics on caesarean rates here are not available, the medicalisation of childbirth can be expected to prevail here as modern healthcare practices rule our lives. The following are 2 local studies that provide some statistics related to childbirth and caesarean.

Sudden Maternal Deaths
A local study of maternal deaths in Malaysia that occurred within 24 hours of delivery, abortion or operative termination of pregnancy (defined as sudden deaths) in the years 1995-1996 at the Seremban Hospital revealed the following:

There were 131 sudden maternal deaths (20.6% of all maternal deaths). Postpartum haemorrhage, obstetric embolisms, trauma and hypertensive disorders of pregnancy where the main causes.

The proportion of mothers who had no obstetric risk factors in the pregnancy were the main causes.

20 mothers died after a caesarean section.

(Source: “Sudden Maternal Deaths in Malaysia: A Case Report”, by Jegasothy R., Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Seremban Hospital , published in Journal of Obstetrics and Gyneacology Research, August 2002)

Birth Defects

Another local study which looked at major birth defects in births during the perinatal period in Kinta district, Perak, over a 14-month period, using a population-based birth defect register, found the following:

There were 253 babies with major birth defects in 17,720 births, giving an incidence of 14.2/1000 births, a birth prevalence of 1 in 70.

There were 80 babies with multiple birth defects and 173 with isolated birth defects.

The babies with major birth defects were associated with lower birth weights, premature deliveries, higher caesarean section rates, prolonged hospitalization and increased specialist care.

(Source: “A Population-based Study of Birth Defects in Malaysia” by the Department of Pediatrics of the University of Malaya’s Faculty of Medicine, which appeared in the Annals of Human Biology, March-April)

Friday, October 5, 2007

Risks and Complications of Caesarean Surgery

No evidence supports the ideas that caesarean are as safe as vaginal birth for mother or baby. In fact, the increase in caesarean births risks the health and well-being of childbearing women and their babies.

According to a study published in the February 13, 2007 issue of the Canadian medical association journal, women who have planned caesarean had an overall rate of severe complications more than 3 times that of women who planned vaginal deliveries.

For elective (ie voluntary) repeat caesarean, the consensus of dozens of studies totaling tens of thousands of women is that elective repeat caesarean section is riskier for the mother and not any safer for the baby. Recent studies used to conclude otherwise are both seriously flawed and have been misrepresented in the media.

In addition to the hazards of caesarean section per se, the risk of certain complications increase with accumulating surgeries. Studies also show that with a history of previous caesarean, 7 out of 10 women or more who are allowed to labour without undue restrictions will give birth vaginally, thus ending their exposure to the dangers of caesarean section.

Hazards to the mother

Women run 5-7 times the risk of death with caesarean section compared with vaginal birth.

Complications during and after the surgery include surgical injury to the bladder, uterus and blood vessels (2 per 100), hemorrhage (1-6 women per 100 require a blood transfusions), anesthesia accidents, blood clots in the legs (6-20 per 1,000), pulmonary embolism (1-2 per 1,000), paralyzed bowel (10-20 per 100 mild cases, 1 in 100 severe), and infection (up to 50 times more common). (Infection can occur at the incision site, in the uterus and in other pelvic organs such as the bladder.)

1 in 10 women report difficulties with normal activities 2 month after the birth, and 1 in 4 still report pain at the incision site as a major problem. 1 in 14 still report incisional pain 6 months or more after delivery.
Twice as many women require rehospitalisation as women having normal vaginal birth.

Especially with unplanned caesarean section, women are more likely to experience negative emotions, including lower self-esteem, a sense of failure, loss of control, and disappointment.

They may develop postpartum depression or post-traumatic stress syndrome. Some mothers express dominant feelings of fear and anxiety about their caesarean as long as 5 years.
Women having caesarean sections are less likely to decide to become pregnant again.

As is true of all abdominal surgery, internal scar tissue can cause pelvic pain, pain during sexual intercourse, and bowel problems.

Reproductive consequences compared with vaginal birth include increased infertility, miscarriage, placenta previa (placenta overlays the cervix), placental abruption (the placenta detaches partially or completely before the birth), and premature birth. Even in women planning repeat caesarean, uterine rupture occurs at a rate of 1 in 500 versus 1 in 10,000 in women with no uterine scar.Reaction to medications: there can be a negative reaction to the anesthesia given during a caesarean or reaction to pain medication given after the procedure.

Hazards to the baby

Especially with planned caesarean, some babies will inadvertently be delivered prematurely.

Because doctors are not as good as they would like to be in estimating, even with ultrasound, the baby ‘s gestational age- ie whether the pregnancy has gone long enough- too often a caesarean section is done too soon, resulting in a premature birth. Prematurity is a big killer of new-born babies (and also carries a higher risk of brain damage to the baby). Babies born even slightly before they are ready may experience breathing (and breastfeeding) problems. Because all the water is not squeezed out of the baby’s lungs as is normally done during a vaginal birth, more babies born after caesarean section develop serious respiratory distress syndrome, one of the biggest killers of newborn babies.

1-2 babies per100 will be cut during the surgery. [“The first danger to the baby during caesarean surgery is the 1.9% chance the surgeon’s knife will accidentally lacerate the fetus (6.0 % when there is a non-vertex fetal position). Obstetricians may be less aware of this risk-in one study only 1 of the 17 documented fetal lacerations was recorded by the obstetrician doing the surgery.”- Marsden Wagner in “Choosing Caesarean Section” in The Lancet, Vol. 356, 11 November 2000)]

Studies comparing elective caesarean section or caesarean section for reasons unrelated to the baby with vaginal birth find that babies are 50% more likely to have low Apgar scores, 5 times more likely to require assistance with breathing, and 5 times more likely to be admitted to intermediate or intensive care. [The Apgar score is a simple test that helps doctors assess the general physical condition of newborn infant’s system to see if the baby needed immediate medical care. It rates a baby’s appearance, pulse, responsiveness, muscle activity, and breathing with a number between 0 and 2 (2 being the strongest rating).]

Babies born after elective caesarean section are more than 4 times as likely to develop persistent pulmonary hypertension compared with babies born vaginally. Persistent pulmonary hypertension is life threatening.

Babies are less likely to be breastfed. This may be because women are less likely to hold and breastfed their infants after birth and have rooming-in and because of the difficulties of caring for an infant while recovering from major surgery. (Hence mothers are more likely to have difficulties forming an attachment with the infant.) The adverse health consequence of formula feeding are numerous and can be severe. [Breast milk has agent (called antibodies) in it to help protect infant from bacteria and viruses. Recent studies show that babies who are not exclusively breastfed for 6 months are more likely to develop a wide range of infectious diseases including ear infections, diarrhoea, and respiratory illnesses and have more hospitalizations.

Also, infants who are not breastfed have a 21% higher postneonatal infant mortality rate (in the US). Some studies suggest that infants who are not breastfed have higher rates of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) in the first year of life, and higher rates of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, lymphoma, leukemia, Hodgkin’s disease, overweight and obesity, high cholesterol and asthma (American Academy of Pediatrics,2005)]

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Why Caesareans are Increasing

Soaring Caesarean rates today are mostly influenced by non-medical factors. Where medically related, it’s due to a weakness – improper medical care and to protect doctors’ interests!

To boost doctors’ earnings

In CHINA, it is reported that one of the reasons for the sharp rise in Caesareans is because doctors recommend C-section delivery to boost their earning power (Xinhua Economic News 15.2.07).

“Caesarean sections earn doctors higher profits so doctors tent to persuade pregnant women to have a Caesarean,” a doctor there was quoted as saying.

In Beijing’s hospitals, the operation and hospital tees for a Caesarean section are 3 – 4 times higher than that of a natural birth.

In some countries it has been observed that Caesarean rates are higher for women who have private medical insurance, are private rather than public clinic patients, are older, are married, have higher levels of education and are in a higher socio-economic bracket.

As noted by the WHO: “In the United States the profit motive explained hospital specific Caesarean section rates that were high even by United State standards.” (Wagner 2000)

In BRAZIL, where Caesareans accounts for 82% of the childbirth paid for by medical plans, a sociologist, Jacqueline Pitanguy, revealed: “For more than 20 years now the federal government has been taking measures.. to combat the money effect.. but it didn’t have much of an effect.”

In TAIWAN, a recent study commissioned by the Bureau of Medical Affairs and conducted by the Taiwan Association of Obstetrics and Gynecology, found that 1 of the top 4 reasons women choose C-section by the national health insurance program.

For doctor's own convenience

by the WHO: “In the United States the profit motive explained hospital specific Caesarean section rates that were high even by United State standards.” (Wagner 2000)

In BRAZIL, where Caesareans accounts for 82% of the childbirth paid for by medical plans, a sociologist, Jacqueline Pitanguy, revealed: “For more than 20 years now the federal government has been taking measures.. to combat the money effect.. but it didn’t have much of an effect.”

In TAIWAN, a recent study commissioned by the Bureau of Medical Affairs and conducted by the Taiwan Association of Obstetrics and Gynecology, found that 1 of the top 4 reasons women choose C-section by the national health insurance program.

As a form of defence for doctors

Many doctors point the concern over increased malpractice risks for vaginal delivery as the cause for increasing Caesareans today. For example failure to perform C-sections early enough to save a distressed baby can bring on big lawsuits.

According to Dr Joshua A.Copel, director of Maternal and Fetal Medicine at Yale University School of Medicine, the disturbing trends in Caesarean birth owe themselves to “malpractice”. He believes that a decision favoring Caesarean delivery is but an offshoot of the doctor’s fear of litigation. “Not much has changed about the American population to account for (its) increase in Cesarean birth”.

Unlike for a natural birth, it is difficult to take action against a doctor for having carried out a Caesarean birth done unnecessarily, says Jorge Francisco Kuhn dos Santos, a professor of obstetrics at the federal University of Sao Paulo.

“Even it there’s complication, people thing: “at least the doctor used the best technology available”, he says. This same doctor could be questions judicially if he had opted, under the same circumstances, for a normal birth.

Thursday, June 7, 2007

Caesarean Epidemic

How Allopathic Medicine Change Natural Childbirth into a Major Public Health Problem

Childbirth is a very natural process that nature has successfully refined through tens of thousands of years. The knowledge of how to give birth has passed down through generations in our genes, Childbirth should thus be the same for today’s modern women as it was for a women living in a tropical jungle thousands of years ago.

But for a growing number of women today, the experiences of pregnancy and childbirth are diddled with feelings of fear, doubt and anxiety. The reason: Allopathic Doctors today treat birth as if it was illness – and pregnant women are treated like sick people.

Most pregnancies and birth today are medically managed. As childbirth increasingly “requires” medical intervention, most women “give up” responsibility for childbirth rather than “going along” with the process. Pregnant women thus inevitably go through a medical experience – from the time a women discovers she is pregnant to the day her baby is born and even after that she is subjected to routine use of technology in a laboratory setting.

In hi-fi obstetrics care, pregnancy is seen as a “risk condition” that requires medical intervention. The modern management of pregnancy and birth has, in fact, been described as prenatal care that “expects trouble”. As a result, women today have come to believe that childbirth is too dangerous and painful to endure without doctors and allopathic hospital.

Childbirth today has become is increasingly influenced by medical technology that in most Western countries, medical intervention is now the norm. Young women is these countries end up learning attitude about childbirth that are not positive. They grow up whole process of having a baby.

But what is of greater concern is this: According to some obstetricians, birth today has become too medicalised – at the expense of both mother and child. One worrying aspect of the medicalisation of childbirth is the Caesarean section, a major abdominal surgery for childbirth.

Over the last 4 decades, the rate of unnecessary Caesarean birth has grown in an alarming manner and gynaecologiest, obstetricians and healthcare administrators throughout tge world have not managed to slow it down, notes The Lancet, one of the most respected medical journals in the world, in its 3 June 2006 issue.

In many countries with high Caesarean rates today, experts believe the surgery is an unnecessary intervention in an increasing number of modern-day birth.

The World Health Organization (WHO), which charts global health treads, has been sounding the alarm on the Caesarean trend, citing statistics that show the number of Caesarean section in developed countries has been on the increase in recent years, and is often performed for non-medical reasons.

Risks for Baby, Risks for Mother

A Caesarean section, or a C-section, is major abdominal surgery, where surgeons make a series of separate incision in the mother. Cuts are made in the skin, underlying muscles and abdomen first, and then in the uterus, to allow removal of the infant. Like all major surgeries, there are risks involved, in this case, to both mother and the new-born.

Babies born by Caesarean not only don’t have the benefit ff labour, which squeeze fluid out of the new-born’s lungs, stimulates the baby’s ability to regulate body temperature, and may promote the release of hormones that encourage health lung function, they face serious risks to their lives too.

Risks for the baby include the following:

1. Premature birth. In a planned C-section, if the due date was not accurately calculated, the baby could be delivered too early. Removed too soon by Caesarean, the baby can suffer respiratory distress syndrome, transient tachypnea (abnormally fast breathing during the first few days after birth) and other lung disorders: feeding problems and various complication, which in some cases, require a ling allopathic hospital stay.
2. Foetal injury. Although rate, the surgeon can accidentally nick the baby while making the urine incision.
3. Death. Infants are more likely to die from a Caesarean than vaginal birth.

Risks for the mother are also grave:

1. Infection. The uterus or nearby pelvic organs, such as the bladder or kidneys, can become infected.
2. Increased blood loss. Blood loss on the average is about twice as much with Caesarean birth as with vaginal birth. However, blood transfusions are rarely needed during a Caesarean.
3. Reaction to anaesthesia. The mother’s health could be endangered by unexpected responses (such as blood pressure that drops quickly) to anaesthesia or other medications during the surgery.
4. Risk of additional surgeries – eg: hysterectomy, bladder repair etc.
5. Bowel of bladder injury
6. Respiratory complication. General anaesthesia can sometimes lead to pneumonia.

Caesarean, thought useful in warranted cases, is thus a risky operation that should be avoided in normal, healthy pregnancies.

Yet, today birth by C-section has reached an all-time high. In some countries today, it is even being offered as a choice for childbearing women to deliver their babies, or what is known as elective Ceasearean.

How common is the Caesarean culture? Let’s look at the statistics.

Sky-High Rates

The WHO states that no region in the world is justified in having a Caesarean rate greater than 10 – 15%. These are the optional levels for the best outcome for mothers and babies. Any country with a Caesarean rate above 15%, according to the WHO, should be looking at the reasons why.

Yet in countries with modern healthcare systems, the rate of Caesareans is many times higher than this.

In Australia, about 40% of all births are Caesareans and some medical experts believe they will soon become the norm. David Ellwood, a professor of obstetric and gynaecology at the Australian National University suggest 90% of birth in Australia will be via Caesarean with the next 2 decades (The Daily Telegraph, 11/3/07)

In Brazil, Caesareans account for nearly 40% of birth, 3 times the maximum limit of 15% recommended by the WHO. According to 2001 figures, more than 36% of all birth here are by Caesarean section; many private hospitals report rates in the 80 – 90% range.

In Italy, the rate is reported to be 32.9%

In the US, the Caesarean rate was 30.2% in 2005, up from 26% in 2002. The Caesarean rate here has in fact, risen 46% since 1996. There were 1.2 million Caesarean births here in 2004 alone.

In Canada the rate was 22.5% during 2001 – 2002.

In the United Kingdom, the Caesarean rate was about 20% in 2004. Today it has risen to above 23%.

The high rate of Caesarean section in most western countries is now regarded as a major public health problem and has spawned much discussion, numerous publication and meetings, and varied recommendations (study in Social Science Medicine, 1998).

The same trend has also been noted in other non-Western countries.

In Nigeria is reported to have a Caesarean rate of 34.6%.

Asian countries seem to be headed the same way, and from the statistics, the situation could be worse here.

In China, the ratio of Caesarean birth has soared to 50% , from a mere 5% in the 1950s – 1970s, far exceeding the standard of 15% set by the WHO (Xinhua Economic News, 15.2.07). Some urban allopathic hospitals have a C-section rate more than 60%!

In South Korea, it is reported that Caesarean section rates for 263 hospitals there were 45.9%, 42.7% and 44.6% in 1999, 2000 and 2001, respectively – rates that surpass those of western countries and that are also higher than the WHO recommendation.

In Thailand, the Caesarean rate is reported to have increased, from 15.2% in 1990 to 22.4% in 1996.

In Singapore, it is reported that 31% of women who gave birth in 2003 had a Caesarean, up from 24.5% a decade ago.

In Malaysia, official figure are kapt secret. But from statistic in the few available studies on maternal complication and death reported, child-bearing women are also exposed to similar risks.

p/s: This topic researched and edited from high credibility resources by Dr. Ariffaizal, professional practitioner of Colour Vibration Therapy cvt

Monday, June 4, 2007


Caesarean inappropriately used in allopathic hospital

An obstetrician who practiced in an allopathic hospital maintained a caesarean rate below 10% for more than a decade. Yet, instead of receiving accolades for achieving the nation’s recommended health rates, she faces difficult demands from the hospital’s staff and administration.

Under her care, infants had higher birth weights than infants from other obstetrical practices in the same community. Additionally, her practice exhibited no indication of higher mortality or morbidity rates among her patients when compared with other local practices.

With improvement of the preterm birth rate and low birth weight being national priority, one would thing this physician would receive awards from he community and state, along with invitations to speak at national conference to share her ideas with other.

Instead, her obstetrical colleagues and the administration of the allopathic hospital where she practiced told her that in a 6-month period, she must raise her Caesarean rate to a level within two standard deviations of the mean for that hospital – a mean that is higher than both the national rate and the rate for the state in which the hospital is located. For this physician, the increase would have resulted in a Caesarean rate of at least 20%.

Caesarean Birth, Questionable Situation

The above is not an isolated case. Statistics uncovered in some experts’ attempts to understand why caesarean rates have soared, also reveal that most Caesarean surgeries are unwarranted.

For example, in the US in 1970, Caesarean Section (C-section) were used only in emergency birthing situation, and the country’s national rate of C-section birth hovered around 5%. That number grew to over 20% in the mid-1980s and has risen steadily since then.

Strangely, the rise doesn’t reflect a corresponding surge in high-risk pregnancies – a US Centre for Disease Control study shows that premature-birth rates rose only 7% between 1990 and 2001, and a new study shows that the procedure rose in all birth, including healthy, full-term, first-time pregnancies.

Today, Caesarean delivered are reported to be the most often-performed surgical procedures in the US – at cost of $14 billion (Medical News Today, 21 March 2006)

Caesarean Birth, Unnecessary Surgery

The experiences of some western and development countries, where medicalisation of childbirth is rampant, indicate that many Caesarean surgeries are unnecessary.

In Taiwan, of the roughly 200,000 babies born each year, 35,000 are delivered through “allopathically unnecessary” Caesarean. (Taipei Times 11.2.04)

According to a study, over 850,000 unnecessary Caesarean sections are performed each year in Latin America (BMJ, 1999)

In the US, it has been ascertained that women are frequently subjected to Caesarian sections they don’t really need.

The Public Health Citizen’s Research and Gynecologists admits that C-section “are more common than they should be”. An actual estimate, made by the Centers for Disease Control, says that 349,000 of the Caesarean surgeries were unnecessary (Martin L. Gross in The Medical Racket).

In fact, the modern rash of Caesareans has been described as a “surgical epidemic”.

“The reality is that unnecessary surgery, whether performed by allopathic doctors who operate out of ignorance, self-delusion, or simple greed has long plagued medicine and today still reaches epidemic proportions,” writes Gross.

It may be hard to stomach the idea that doctors are capable of operating out of greed for more money, but some feel that is exactly that is happening. “America physicians are generally way too eager to use the surgeon’s knife to carve up and chop out whatever they think is ailing you, at great expanse to you and profit to them and the allopathic hospital they work for,” write Earl Mindell and Virginia Hopkins in the 2003 book, Prescription Alternatives.

In 2004, Consumer Reports, published by the US Consumers’ Union, named Caesarean section No. 3 on its list of “12 Surgeries You May Be Better Off Without”. The No. 3 ranking of Caesarean surgery appeared just above episiotomy (No. 4) and hysterectomy (No. 5) and below angiography (No. 1) and angioplasty (No. 2).

The consensus is clear: A large portion of Caesareans is unnecessary. Not only that. The surgery also does not always represent the most adequate and safest form of giving birth to a child, as many women believe. In most cases, with a little but of patience from the mothers and ability from the obstetricians, Mother Mature (The Low of Equilibrium) could play its role and these babies would be born health via a normal delivery, say a Lancet (3 June 2006) report.

Unnecessary Deaths from Caesarean Birth

Unnecessary Caesarean has serious implication. It can cause unnecessary maternal deaths.
Caesarean delivery is associated with a 3-fold increased risk of postpartum maternal death compared with normal delivery (vaginal delivery), according to a new study in the September 2006 is sue if Obstetrics & Gynecology, the peer-reviewed scientific journal of The American Collage of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.

The study, by French researchers, examined a sample of 65 maternal death recorded in the French National Perinatal Survey from 1996 to 2000. All death followed singleton birth and were not due to conditions existing prior to delivery. The women had not been hospitalized during pregnancy (hospitalization can be an indicator for postpartum morbidity and mortality).

They found that women who had Caesarian were at a dramatically increased risk for fatal blood clots, infection and complications of anesthesia – 3 classic complication of major surgery.

The risk of postpartum death was increased whether or not the Caesarean was performed before the onset of labour of during labour.

In the report, the researchers emphasized that Caesarian delivery is major abdominal surgery ant that expectant women and physician should carefully consider Caesarean-related surgical complications and the increased risk of death when choosing the method of delivery.

The findings indicate that in some cases, choosing vaginal delivery over non-medical indicated Caesarean delivery could help lower maternal heath rates.

Yet an increasing number of women today are dying at childbirth.

In the US, it is reported that about 500 women a year die from bleeding, infection and other complications of Caesarean section, and these are related both to the reasons the operation of Caesarean sections, and these are related both to the reasons the operation was performed and to the procedure itself.

In Australia, a 2001 study, published by the Austrian Institute of Health and Welfare and the National Health and Medical research Council (NHMRC), found 100 women died during and after childbirth between 1994 and 1996 – a jump of 20% from the previous 3 year period.

“For the first time since the 1970s there had been an increase in maternal death”, said Professor David Ellwood, from Canberra Clinical School of the University of Sydney.

The most common causes of heath were blood clots on the lung and leaking amniotic fluid – both complications associated with Caesarean birth.

In developing countries, where Caesarean rates have risen from about 5% in develop countries in the early 1970s to more than 50% in some nation today, rising use of Caesarean delivery is linked to a greater risk of death and sickness for mother and baby alike, according to a resent study by UN experts.

The study assessed the outcome of Caesarean delivery in 8 Latin American countries. They randomly selected 120 public, private and social-security allopathic hospitals where 97,000 babies were born, about a third of whom delivered by Caesarean.

The researcher found that in allopathic hospital where there were higher rates of Caesareans, there ware correspondingly higher rates of preterm babies, babies who died after birth, maternal death and use of antibiotics.

“High rates of Caesarean delivery do not necessarily indicate good quality care or services”, the researchers reported in the British journal, The Lancet.

Warning Sounded.

In spite of the risks involved, today “Caesareans are seen as the now improved childbirth: the nice, clean, managed way to have a baby”, (Michelle Hamer, author of Delivery by Appointment, Caesarean Birth Today, as quoted in Australia’s The Daily Telegraph, 11.3.07).

To debunk this myth, in some countries today, campaigns have been launched to alert pregnant women to the truth about Caesareans.

In the US for example, the American Collage of Nurse-Midwives (ACNM) has set up a REDUCE (Research and Education to Decrease Unnecessary Sections) Campaign which was launched to rise public and policymaker awareness about the troubling rise in Caesarean sections performed”.

“We know there are women who are disabled, who have lost their ability to bear a child, who are permanently scarred because of their Caesarean birth”, says Katherine Camacho Carr, CNM, PhD, FACNM, predicent of ACNM, at a media briefing on 20 March 2006 in Washington, D.C.

There are a lot of alternative. Colour Vibration Therapy’s method to avoid Caesarean surgery is by potentising muscle and uterus with vibration of orange color. Healthy delivery organ may result safe and normal birth and strengthen baby’s antibody and immune system.

Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Reshape Your Face Naturally

Without plastic surgery, botox or chemical injection, you can reshape your face inherently, easy, cheap and safe.

Dr. Ariffaizal has found and introducesd proper method named Facial Hydrotherapy Ice. This method is the combination of the right technique of face exercise and aromatherapy from Colour Vibration Therapy.

This rule is the first kind of it’s in the world and in Malaysia especially. Dr. Ariffaizal have posited special seminar to introduce the highly effective method. So far as much as four seminars were held all over Malaysia. These seminars will continue in times to come.

The Law of Face Relativity
The face is relative with organ. Some circumstances blundered upon organs would have effect to the face. This is called The Low of Face Relativity. Through this law, therapies organ is done using the method Facial Hydrotherapy Ice.

We could read disease conditions, personality and character by just preparing assessment called “face reading”. The face is most densely filled with nerves and senses. As such face is the most suitable, easy and fast way to treat all diseases to person.

Four Elements in Facial Hydrotherapy Ice
It need four elements to gain most optimal impact from the Facial Hydrotherapy Ice method. The elements are Tea Cleanser's Oil Cleanser, Aromatherapy Ice draws Face, Hydrotherapy Ice Concept and the right Face Exercise Technique.

Tea Tree Oil Cleanser
Tea Cleanser's Oil Cleanser created specially by Prof Emeritus Prof. Dr. Sir Norhisham Wahab, founder of Colour Vibration Therapy. By tradition, indigenous people society in Australia already uses tree tea oil as natural antiseptic and also as detergent. This formula is then potentized.

Tea Tree Oil Cleanser balanced miasma presence on the face. All elimination of bacterium on the face will only result imbalance in natural ecosystem of the face. Tea Tree Oil Cleanser would not eliminate all bacterium to the face instead the property of negative charge in Tea Tree Oil Cleanser equalizes population rate of bacterium in the face and it let certain miasma to survive and play its role on the face.

Face will get freshness and harmony from Tea Tree Oil Cleanser witch will help to open pores on the face and activate sensitivity of nerves to absorb vibration.

Aromatherapy Seri Wajah
Aromatherapy Seri Wajah has been created by Prof Emeritus Prof. Dr. Sir Norhisham Wahab, founder of Colour Vibration Therapy. This formula contains mixture flower essence generated via cool compressed and mixed together over nano technology and biotechnology.

Therefore it has above 300 active elements and well-balanced alkalinity making it capable to preserve ions. The property of Aromatherapy Seri Wajah is beamed with vibrations up to Zero Point, the fastest and highest wave reading. Zero point is indicated in figure below.

High negative ions content will be energized the cells. Vibration of Zero Point costs electromagnetic wave signals to any different part of the body. More the 300 active elements will improve molecules in the DNA information to become harmony and balance. As such cell can afford to develop natural antibiotics, get natural nutrient and remove toxic inherently.

The Concept of Hydrotherapy Ice
Water can record memories. Water cleans every thing. Therefore, it can conduct vibration efficiently. High pressure on particles would make conductivity of vibration improves. Hence the best conductor of vibration that is through ice.

In Facial Hydrotherapy Ice, ice may act as conductor to the vibration from Aromatherapy Seri Wajah and also the tree tea oil cleanser. It also may dispense pressure to cells. Pressure to the nerve would make it more-sensitive for stimulation. Cells get enough pressure will be in harmony with nature and also stimulate natural body energy.

Hydrotherapy Ice bath is popular practice in Europe and now it has developed as a treatment in alternative medicine. Hydrotherapy Ice concept which is used in Facial Hydrotherapy Ice is by wiping the ice cubes with right technique to the face.

The Right of Exercise Technique
The philosophy of Colour Vibration Therapy treatment including spiritual, emotion, mental and physical levels. Aromatherapy Seri Wajah is the secret of spiritual, ice is the secret of Emotion, Tree Tea Oil Cleanser is the secret of Mental and Face Exercise is the secret of Fhysical.

Most effective face exercise is for those being aged 17 and below. But the combination of four elements in Facial Hydrotherapy Ice, and face exercise is effective regardless of age.

Young tissues in organs include skin layers, muscles, bloodstreams and bones would make face look young and bright. These three of elements in the Facial Hydrotherapy Ice will help achieve the objective of regaining youthfulness to the face. Young face need restructured through physical movement called face exercises.

In this seminar the right technique of face exercise would be taught closely to get most optimal impact. Incorrect technique will cause ineffectiveness and formation as desired.

Dr. Ariffaizal start practising face exercise since 1993

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Speech of The Secret of Intention

18th May 2007, Dr. Ariffaizal gave speech on Ibadah Camp for Primary School of Chulan Lord (SK Raja Chulan, Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia). More then 100 students attend for this program.

Speech is on The Secret of Intention. Intention can influence the reaction and activities of organs. More tips about how to be successful student, well mannered person and always be in healthy from the secret of intention.

Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Face Exercise Seminar

Pictures slide Facial Hidrotherapy Ice Seminar held in Kuala Lumpur International Hotel, Jalan Raja Muda, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 4th March 2007, attended by 43 participants.

Pictures slide Facial Hidrotherapy Ice Seminar held in Hillcity Hotel Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia on 25th February 2007, attended by 44 participants.

Pictures slide Facial Hidrotherapy Ice Seminar held in Kumpulan Karang Kraf, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia on 26th Ogos 2006, attended by 25 participants.

Monday, April 30, 2007

Antibiotic? We are also biotic!

Undeny that weak organs or the diseased area exist some bacterium breed uncontrollable. But this bacterium is not the cause of disease. In our body they are living bacteria carry task in harmony over natural ecosystem of the body. When organ are healthy, bacteria population is controlled. Bacterium absence in some organ will bring about unfairness heal function organs.

When the organ is weak, it will be disturbed natural biotics’ habitat which lives in the organ. It will cause the biotic breed uncontrollable either the population will increase or ruined and dominate by unbeneficial miasma in the organ (miasma is combination of some bacteria).

Several biotic in the intestines help digestion system and absorption of nutreants within intestines. Beneficial bacterium made it called as “probiotic”. Every organs in our body is also has probiotic.

From the intial stage of Classic Medical (allopathic medicine) research when there was disease, these must be some bacteria in the pain area. Therefore, they formulate that the disease is caused by bacteria. From the presumption, they have created and develop antibiotics material. This material are still practicing and used until this day although modern science have found that the cause of the disease are not mearly becaused by bacteria. Recruitment of antibiotics is unhelpful remedial instead only destroying biotics that lives in weak organ or diseased area.

Certain antibiotics would destroy only a certain biotics. Antibitics will destroying all involved biotic totally. Destruction of biotics in organ will bring about unfairness and disharmony in the organ. Diseased of organ can’t be cured by the destruction of biotic on the other hand will couse harmful. Organ wills recover speedly through tissue growth by the flow of energy. This is because of the uncontrollable biotics activity. Nevertheless, not all tissues will be built due absence of biotic.

Bacteria have a capacity to fight antibiotic taken. Bacteria can create its own antibody and breed with more impenetrable genetic. Some of bacteria can adapt and mutate in order to be antibiotic immune bacteria. Antibiotic take in scheduled or not follow dosage prescribed will cause bacteria involved become more dangerous and can create new disease.

The danger of antibiotik recruitment is;
1. Antibiotic could destroy cell in our body.
2. Antibiotic also destroys probiotic.
3. Error preskipsi could harmfull.
4. If recruitment are not following dosage prescribed would create new disease.
It is better if patient should not take antibiotik instead we should create probiotic which could act as biological control for uncontrollable bacteria. It is better if were do potentization for cell in the organ so organ can build suitably habitat to bacteria growth in controlled. Biotic is very important against us and can’t be destroyed.

Sunday, April 29, 2007

Blood donation is unneccessary

Blood contain DNA thus blood are living cells. Blood is very important in our life. When we estract healthy blood in big quantity, it would affect body health. Blood donation is something unnecessary.

There is technique where by toxic bloods are excreted out of the body as an effective method for health. It called “cupping”. Menstruation in on women is also discharging blood not required by the body. These types of bloods can’t be donated. Blood donated must be healthy blood. These bloods are taken from anterius which have been programmed for body system. If the programmed bloods has been taken of out, it would disturb the entire body system.

Besides transporting nutrient materials and wastes, blood also supply vibration to every cell in every organ. Blood hemodylisis violates the process.

DNA can identify all the information of the body through which the person can be recognized. It can also be combined and influence DNA of other person. Blood receivers accept foreign DNA and the person who receives foreign blood will feel little confusion in their personality. They will be carried away new character they never undergone. If character of the donor is negative, then receivers have potential to be influenced by the negative character. Lucky enough if the receiver gets blood from donor who possesses positive character. But, customary receiver does not know or questioned on his donor. Every human is very unique and got different personality. Although the donors are very kind person, but their personality are enot congruent to the receiver.

Blood taken out from body effect nervous system because during the process nutrient and oxygen be issued coupled with blood. Donor may experience problems lack of oxygen, fatigue and headache. Donated blood above once could cause donor experience the problems of nerve and fatigue.

Bashah, Jitra, Kedah, Malaysia.

Much risk than good if we do blood donation. In 1999, one case in Jitra Kedah, Malaysia a patient accepted blood infected by HIV.

The 47-year-old housewife (Bashah) was admitted to the Jitra Hospital on April 28 for excessive menstrual bleeding.
She was given two pints of blood the following day.
On May 8, a blood test showed she was HIV positive.
When asked to commment on the Malaysian government's apology, Mr Halim (her husband) said it was difficult to accept the apology.(Local News in Malaysia)

In cases if there is no need for operation, then idea to ask public to donate blood would not. Classic Medical’s (allopathic medicine) philosophy regards human machine or thing with out spirit, emotion and mind. Luckly not all of Classic Medical practitioners practice this philosophy.

Very rerely, blood infusion is very necessary such as accident victim. If so the need is not in big volume, therefore, donor need not too much bloods. There are other alternative to overcome blood essential problem in some individual.
1. Acupuncture surgery technique could constrain bloodshed problem and send blood to the whole body by making alternative flow.
2. Potentization Technique (Give energy for potential cell) for cell which can petrify bone to produce natural blood supply.

This cartoon below shout not been drown

Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Quickest, safest, sharpest, cheapest, purest method of diagnosis

There are more methods safer and more effective to detect disease other than hurting or harmful to patient. For example Applied Kinesiology and Crystal Pendulum use the best method. Applied Kinesiology is dominating more than 50% by alternative practitioners while Crystal Pendulum used is more 70%

Blood and urine test need long period to get the report and it not 100% reliable. Applied Kinesiology and Crystal Pendulum are safe methods which do not hurt patients. These methods are very precise and produce quick results.

Patient comes to see practitioner with hopes. Several Classic medical (allopathic medical) practitioner only ask on symptoms then proposed drugs without sympathy and affection to the patients. Applied Kinesiology entails focus and calmness first before diagnosis process. Amount of respect and love would help fluency process of diagnosis. This method sincerity between practitioner and patient. When the patient is touched in the right part (not sensitive part) then patients would feel they are give attention. This interaction is an early healing process to all illnesses.

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