Manic Phase of Bi-polar is Schizophrenia

Recently Dr. Mackliff was asked if BEAM Procedure could improve the lives of those diagnosed with Bi-polar disorder. Dr. Mackliff said that the manic phase of bi-polar disorder is schizophrenia. When accurately diagnosed it is schizoaffective disorder; the same type of schizophrenia my son was diagnosed with.

People with bi-polar disorder should contact Dr. Mackliff by email to discuss their symptoms with him and to know if BEAM surgery would work for them. The doctor can be contacted at drmackliff@beamprocedure.com.

Schizophrena, a Functional Disorder of the Brain

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Schizophrenia is a functional disorder of the balance of hormones in the Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Thyroid-Adrenal axis (HPTA) in the brain stem and glucose regulation. Both of these critical imbalances cause cerebral dopamine to become unregulated. Too much dopamine floods the limbic region and too little (Parkinson disease) enters other regions of the brain.

Just like the girl in “Brain on Fire” who suffered a rare auto-immune disorder in the brain, people with schizophrenia suffer mechanical disruptions to the normal functioning of the brain.

“It’s not your fault. It’s not your fault. It’s not your fault.” I want to cry out to my son and to your sons and daughters with this disease. You have to send this message to them and lead them to the cure – BEAM surgery in Ecuador. Emphasize that it is not a surgery of the brain, but a surgery on the adrenal medulla glands above the two kidneys that regulates dopamine production and normalizes the symptoms of schizophrenia almost immediately after the surgery. This is a miracle treatment based on 40 years of careful and scientific research into what causes schizophrenia and what cures it.

Why is this disease only available in Ecuador and not in the more developed countries such as the United States? Because the motivation to cure this disease and relieve suffering was not profitable. Dr. Jose Mackliff’s research was entirely self-funded and entirely based on relieving the suffering of his schizophrenic patients from the beginning. He retained hope even when there was no reason for hope. He pushed through to a solution to schizophrenia.

How to Convince your Child to try BEAM

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Dr. Jose Mackliff & BEAM

A person with schizophrenia cannot make the decision to have the BEAM surgery. The family has to make the decision and direct the person to have the surgery.

The best way to convince a person to try BEAM is to thoroughly understand it yourself. My book simplifies it; also posts on this website. BEAM works because there is a known cause of schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is caused by an imbalance in hormones in the Hypothalamus-Pituitary-Thyroid-Adrenal (HPTA) arc in the brain stem. When the hormones are imbalanced, a disruption in glucose-regulation occurs. This causes a malfunction in the cerebral distribution of dopamine. Too much dopamine is released into the limbic region of the brain.

Because too much adrenaline is produced in a schizophrenic person, adrenaline is blocked from reaching the HPTA arc and an imbalance occurs. and results in a disruption of glucose regulation.  When blood adrenaline is blocked 100% through the BEAM surgery, the brain compensates and produces nor-adrenaline in sufficient quantities to reach the HPTA arc, and glucose is regulated. After BEAM surgery cerebral dopamine is distributed in the correct amount and the symptoms of schizophrenia are almost immediately eliminated a few days after the surgery.

Testimonials from people who have had the surgery in 2018 are on blog posts on this site, with contact information. There is also a Testimonials Page on my site with many testimonials.

The evidence for BEAM is 100% there. It is scientifically based and proven over 200 successful surgeries to be the only treatment that cures schizophrenia.

One patient,  Anabelle, with a case study video in my film told me, “When I was 21, I wanted to take my life. Then my aunt contacted me saying she had learned about a treatment for schizophrenia that was curing the disease. I felt that I would rather die trying than not to try at all.”

Tell that to your child. To try it. It can only help and has no side effects. What is the alternative – to continue to live a life not worth living? Tell them that the treatment will get them off of antipsychotic drugs completely within one year and for that year put them on a much lower dose with one or two pills, not 13 or more prescribed by psychiatrists. All of their talents, personality characteristics and education before schizophrenia will be restored.

How to Convince your Family Member of BEAM

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Dr. Jose Mackliff and BEAM Surgery

To convince the money lender of the necessity of this surgery, I would refer them to the documentary film on my website and the blog archive testimonials. I would ask them to call the four people (Americans) who have taken their sons and daughters for the surgery in 2018. That information is in my blog archives. I would have them call me with their questions and concerns. Having the BEAM surgery is a matter of life or death for a person with schizophrenia. You should be relentless in your efforts to convince your parent or friend to fund this procedure. They should also email Dr. Mackliff at drmackliff@beamprocedure.com

Review the testimonials on my site and on beamprocedure.com. You can buy a copy of my book, co-authored by Dr. Mackliff on Amazon. A Life Worth Living – Alternative Treatment for Schizophrenia.

 

Persevere against All Odds, because the BEAM surgery works to eliminate the Symptoms of Schizophrenia.

Keep persevering to bring your loved one to this miraculous surgery. Scientifically based on more than 30 years of self funded research by psychiatrist and scientist Dr. Jose Romeo Mackliff, it now has a history of eliminating schizophrenia in over 200 patients from around the world.

Please purchase my book, only $5.00 on Amazon Kindle, and educate yourself on how BEAM works to cure schizophrenia. A Life Worth Living – Alternative Treatment for Schizophrenia.

Testimonial from Eduardo, 24 year old American Man

In 2010, I took Eduardo to his regular Dr to look at his depression. Eduardo told his Dr that he wished to die and they moved him to the a mental health hospital in Torrance, California; He was there for 72 hrs, they gave him risperidone, and they told me he had schizophrenia.

I could not believe that my son had that and did not know how cruel and dangerous was schizophrenia. In Del Amo Clinica they gave him risperidone and his symptoms of schizophrenia worsened day by day, he began not to sleep, to leave with little clothes or sometimes No clothes on the street. I had to call 911 to find him, Eduardo said that my family wanted to kill him and he also tried to kill me.

He talked to himself, hallucinated that the psychiatrists only experimented  with antipsychotics and no treatment served him and that he still had the same symptoms even taking pills, He did not leave his room very little and slept only 2 hrs and sometimes not at all, On April 2018, through Suzanne Patterson I heard from Dr Mackliff and called him, In June 2018 Eduardo jumped from a 3-story balcony of the apartment where we lived and is alive miraculously. After he was given a very high dose of zyprexa 45mg having the side effects of Dystonia Akathisia and tremors,

On September 19, he was able to travel to Ecuador for the surgery of Dr Mackliff and after the surgery he slept s all night his psychosis improved by  70%.

It will take time for full recovery and today he only takes 15mg of zyprexa..I’m grateful to God, Dr Mackliff and Suzanne for this miracle of such a successful surgery, my son looks different and I am very happy to see him better day after day. …

After 8 years I returned to see Eduardo smile and his face improved. I give my testimony as a mother who loves her son, and I really recommend people with schizophrenia to be brave and do this surgery … if they have tried so much antipsychotic why not treat this that will heal them forever. My name is Olga and any question to communicate to my email oizr03@hotmail.com

 


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American Olga’s son had surgery September 22nd, 2018 in Ecuador

I’ll be adding a photo the day after surgery and a video of this beautiful 24 year old American boy whose mom took him for BEAM surgery. She is so grateful to Dr. Mackliff and myself for introducing her to BEAM, her contact is: oizr03@hotmail.com

To everyone’s knowledge,  all of the American mothers so far who took their sons for BEAM surgery and from other countries, are more then great-full for the surgery.

We are very biased toward psychotropic medicines in the United States. This is programming based on huge profits for pharmaceuticals and not truth. You can contact each of these mothers for references and recommendations for BEAM.

My website has the most recent testimonials of American BEAM surgeries and the results. Stay tuned for an EXPLOSION OF BEAM SURGERIES.

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An Explosion of Lives Worth Living!

How to contact Dr. Mackliff & Schedule BEAM Surgery

I receive a lot of emails from people with schizophrenia or parents with children with schizophrenia who want to know more about the BEAM surgery and how to contact Dr. Mackliff in Ecuador.

The BEAM surgery was developed by Dr. Jose R. Mackliff in Ecuador and patented as an investigative treatment for schizophrenia and Parkinson diseases in 2007. Since 2007, 200 patients with schizophrenia have had the BEAM surgery with successful elimination of the symptoms of schizophrenia, and reduction and elimination of antipsychotic drug treatment.

The BEAM surgery only costs $8,000 in cash and $2,000 for the hospital stay which can be paid with a credit card. The patient and his/her caretaker must stay in Guayaquil at a hotel near the hospital for a minimum of 10 days for followup care.  The patient will be seen by Dr. Mackliff regularly and prescribed an antipsychotic medicine at a safer type and lower dosage than they were on before. The patient should remain on this dosage of medicine for one year and may taper off the amount of medicine with recommendations from Dr. Mackliff. 

Patients and family members should contact Dr. Mackliff directly by writing in English to drmackliff@beamprocedure.com to answer questions about the patient and the surgery. You can also write to me with any questions or problems you experience while going through this process. suzanne@schizophrenia-solution.org. Surgeries can normally be scheduled within a month of request.

The best way to get a thorough understanding of the BEAM Procedure, how it works and its success in eliminating the symptoms of schizophrenia is to read the book, A Life Worth Living – Schizophrenia Alternative Treatment, which I wrote and was co-authored by Dr. Mackliff and to watch the documentary film with three case study videos filmed after BEAM surgery by Dr. Mackliff in Ecuador, A Life Worth Living – Solution to Schizophrenia. Dr. Mackliff’s website, beamprocedure.com has scientific information about his treatment and a link to his medical book in English, Schizophrenia and Parkinson Surgery.

On my website are blog posts with recent patient testimonials (January 2018) and case study videos. 

 

Why didn’t I take my son for the BEAM surgery?

This blogpost is my response to a question a parent asked me regarding my own experience with my son who committed suicide.

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We tried to convince our son to go to Ecuador for the procedure. He did not want to give up going to UCLA for which he had a scholarship. He completed one quarter at the university, received straight A’s, and then dropped out and was hospitalized. His father visited Dr. Mackliff and the clinic in Ecuador and tried to set things up for Marco to go. When he returned to CA where Marco was living with him, Marco refused to even speak with Dr. Mackliff on the phone. I believe he had an idea that the procedure would make him simple. The testimonials at that time, were from a boy who only had a high school education and others who were not academic. I believe his psychiatrist told him that, without knowing anything about BEAM. His father printed out all of the information on BEAM and gave it to him and also had met a boy who had gone through the procedure very recently. He told my son that the boy was fine, not 100% yet, but better than with schizophrenia.

My son had a very strong will and was very intelligent. He had decided after leaving the university to take his life after considering all of his options. He convinced us that he was taking an online course through UC Berkeley extension program. He stayed in his room and isolated himself; he refused to see a psychiatrist since starting the university in January of 2014. He took his life in July of 2014. We were too ignorant about the signs of depression and suicide; separate from the vegetable state considered normal while on antipsychotic drugs. 

This is the reason that I have spent the past four years writing a book, creating a film, and maintaining a blog, to educate parents, so that they don’t have to lose their children like I did.

Sincerely,

Suzanne

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Suzanne with Miguel, 28-year-old boy with 8 years of paranoid schizophrenia who had the BEAM surgery in January 2018 and is now living a normal life.