The BEAM procedure consists in blocking 100% of the production of Adrenaline from its source in the adrenal marrow, and 20% of Noradrenaline. This causes the synthesis of dopamine to have a new regulation; a new biochemical blueprint, and a new system of signals that causes for the shaking in Parkinson’s patients to disappear from the beginning, and the symptoms from schizophrenic patients to be eliminated.
This procedure was developed by Ecuadorean Psychiatrist, Dr. Jose Mackliff Hidalgo, after more than 30 years of research, and he considers it to be the most permanent solution to Parkinson and Schizophrenia available to date. It is a revolutionary procedure, since it differs from a lifetime prescription of antipsychotics for schizophrenics and multiple treatments for Parkinson’s disease. Now, with the expert diagnosis from a psychiatrist and a team of surgeons, these two diseases can be treated successfully by electro-coagulating the suprarenal glands, that lay on top of the kidneys. 100 persons with schizophrenia have successfully had the BEAM intervention and experienced an immediate reduction of symptoms and a long term positive outcome in terms of restoring a quality of life they experienced before being struck with schizophrenia.
By blocking the tissue in the suprarenal glands, 100% of adrenaline, and 20% of noradrenaline, are also blocked in the blood stream, and the symptoms in Parkinson and Schizophrenia disappear. In the brain, the glia and the hypothalamus detect the lack of these substances, and their metabolisms are activated to take on the role of neuro-endocrine brain regulators. They start generating a new modal system that alters the Tyrosine chain; thus regulating the functions of Dopamine, Noradrenaline, and other neurotransmitters that communicate with these neurons. In this way, Dopamine is available in parts of the brain where it is only needed as in the “substantia nigra” in the case of Parkinson; and won’t be released in areas where it exists in excess, as in the “limbic zone” in the case of schizophrenia.
After the B.E.A.M surgery, the biochemical and electrical stimuli of neurons that work with dopamine, stimulate “new receptors” in the post-synapsis; generate “new responses”, change the synaptic plasticity, and regulate the Glutamate and GABA (gamma aminobutyric acid) receptors as well as frontal connections. We can now attest to these changes, due to the fact that chronic patients display immediate improvements post B.E.A.M, in their apathy – lack of motivation – and sphincter control – Changes that are actually controlled by the Hypothalamus.
Many people who hear of the BEAM treatment have questions about how the body responds to the lack of adrenaline. Here are some answers to frequently asked questions.
Could the patient be slowed by the lack of adrenaline?
When adrenaline is removed, the body uses norepinephrine and cortisol for alertness in responding to stress. Adrenaline is not necessary to live, because it is replaced by cortisol and / or norepinephrine.
By blocking the main production of adrenaline, does this have an effect of low energy in the patient?
The role of the Adrenaline function is to regulate the glucose and after B.E.A.M, glucose is regulated by the glucagon and cortisol. Further, the hypothalamus gives instruction to the brain for dopamine regulations in all cases of schizophrenia or Parkinson.
The energy and vital body functions are assigned to the autonomous system (sympathetic parasympathetic) and the hypothalamus.