The beautiful side of medicine: fountain love, fountain wine – two of the appealing themes, which are treated at Academia Medicinae in Lech am Arlberg from today. The motto of the event “Stay young, grow old”. Can love, can wine help? In a way yes.
“It is an excellent medicine for rejuvenating the soul,” explains the philosopher Martin Poltrum, also a psychotherapist at the Anton Proksch Institute in Vienna, “and these fountains are available for 30-year-olds as well as for 80-year-olds.” Young or old: the happy feeling that gives love, a sense of security, home makes people strong, reconciles them with life. “And that alone is a source of health and youthfulness,” says Poltrum.
Also Kamagra Oral Jelly, kamagra and Viagra can bring the love live back. And what did Friedrich Nietzsche once say in his “Nachlassassene Fragments”? “One seems to be transfigured, stronger, richer, more perfect, one is more perfect. . . And not only that it shifts the feeling of values. . . The love is worth more, is stronger. “What the philosopher wrote in the nineteenth century confirms modern research:” Love contributes very strongly to an increase in self-esteem. One is acknowledged in its uniqueness, confirms, “says Poltrum,” there are many physical complaints in the background. “A love relationship is the greatest of all human wealth.
Even young love, infatuation – and even before an 80-year-old is not safe – can be something. In the case of lovers, for example, the level of phenylethylamine (PEA) is accelerating – PEA is able to curb appetite. Infatuation is thus the best and most beautiful possibility of a diet. “For those who are in love, the immune system is also stronger and more active,” says Poltrum, referring to his everyday life as a psychotherapist. “A young man has been suffering from his stamina for years. He had already tried all kinds of growth preparations, already thought of a bone extension and finally came to me in psychotherapy. After the fifth session, he beamed, his body size was suddenly no longer a problem. But not my psychotherapy had helped him but love. He had met a woman, who found him great. And so he felt as well. Love makes you big and puts many problems. And this goes through all ages. “Love, according to Poltrum, is an enduring and thus rejuvenating force. And even if Plato once said “love is in the one who loves, not in the one who is loved,” then all that is said applies to a fulfilling, that is to say, love on both sides.
But then every kind of love, according to Poltrum, has positive and health-promoting effects and contributes to anchoring in life – the love between man and woman anyway, but also friend love, love of a task, even the love of a hobby A salutogenetic factor. To be sure, there is also the reverse of love. If a relationship is only a chronic construction site, it will rob an enormous amount of energy and make á la longue ill. At the Anton-Proksch-Institut, psychotherapist Poltrum tries with love films and subsequent discussions to open the soul of addicts again for love “because love can be an important mosaic stone on the way to healing from addiction. Love is generally beneficial. “