Chronic Degeneration Report

Degenerative diseases are among the most feared ailments today. They take a progressive toll on a body and can often lead to death. It can never be overstressed how important it is to be on the attack as early as possible at the very first signs of disease.

My name is Dr. Robert Jones and I am going to share with you some of the most common degenerative diseases today, their progression, and what you must do to fight back.

Degenerative diseases must be taken seriously, and their symptoms must never be ignored. The following information will outline why this is true.

What’s Breaking You Down

When something degenerates, it breaks down over time. It’s not a sudden event where one is entirely caught off guard, but it comes in the back door and slowly takes more and more ground, until it thinks it has control.

People that have a degenerative disease know that they did not wake up one morning in the shape that they are in today. It was a gradual progression. It may have started with a single symptom, which lingered longer than expected, and then multiplied until definite warning signals began to go off. With the months that passed, the disease progressed, taking more and more of a toll on the individual’s body.

Without properly addressing a disease at its onset, degeneration can happen all the faster. Therefore, if you think you may be experiencing problems with your heart, bones or muscular and nervous system, you should seek help right away. You must pay close attention to the symptoms of degenerative diseases, a few of which I am going to outline in this report. It is important for you to become aware of what might be breaking you down.

Types of Degenerative Disease

There are numerous types of degenerative diseases. Some have cures, and others have no known cure. Today, I am going to outline four of the most common and most hated degenerative diseases in the world today.

Heart Disease

Heart Disease is said to be the leading cause of death in the US today. It can be caused by a number of factors including:

  • Stress
  • Poor diet
  • Obesity
  • Lack of exercise
  • Smoking
  • Genetics

Heart disease has a number of warning signals that let one know of its presence. A person may experience dizziness, pain in their chest &/or arm, swelling in their legs and ankles, and shortness of breath.

If a person who has heart disease ignores these symptoms and does not seek treatment, it may develop into more serious conditions such as peripheral artery disease, strokes, and even heart failure. As heart disease progresses, a person may struggle with dizziness more often, feel very tired, and have a hard time getting around like they used to. It may inhibit them from doing their ordinary daily activities and they may live in fear that their heart may give out on them.

Instead of allowing heart disease to run its course and ultimately claim the life of another person, I highly recommend that anyone having any of the above symptome should seek medical attention to obtain a clear diagnosis and to obtain prompt treatment. Also, be aware of and alter any habits mentioned above that may be contributing to the disease.


Everyone knows that cancer is a killer. It is the one word that everyone hopes to never hear from their doctor. However, the reality is that millions of people are suffering with cancer and many are in for the fight of their life.

Cancer can be caused by a number of instigators, including:

  • Stress
  • Poor diet
  • Obesity
  • Lack of exercise
  • Tobacco use
  • Alcohol
  • Environmental factors
  • Age
  • Genetics

Those that wish to avoid cancer should make sure that they eat right, exercise, maintain a good weight, and refrain from destructive habits. If an individual develops cancer, and they do not act in the early stages, it may progress quite rapidly.

Cancer moves in stages and will only grow if not targeted effectively. Thankfully, there are a number of effective treatments for cancer, yet unfortunately, many still die from this terrible epidemic.


Osteoporosis is a disease that mainly affects the elderly. However, just like the last two medical conditions discussed, it is progressive disease. It weakens the bones little by little and affects the skeletal structure so much that fractures become more common and posture is significantly changed. If you have ever seen an elderly woman who is bent over and cannot stand straight, it is likely that she is suffering from osteoporosis.

The causes of osteoporosis are largely similar to heart disease and cancer, which can also cause bone weakness over time:

  • Poor diet
  • Lack of sufficient calcium and vitamin D
  • Lack of exercise
  • Tobacco use
  • Low estrogen &/or progesterone levels

It is estimated that approximately 34 million Americans have low bone mass, which puts them at risk for osteoporosis, but do nothing about it. About 10 million currently have the disease.

The most significant symptom of osteoporosis is pain in the bones. If you have been experiencing an ache from deep inside your bones, see a doctor right away for a diagnosis and treatment before things deteriorate any further.

Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease is a progressive attack on the brain. While its causes are unknown, its symptoms are distinct. A person in the early stages of Alzheimer’s may have trouble:

  • Remembering simple things
  • Knowing where they are or what they were doing there
  • Remembering simple words in a conversation

It is estimated that over 5 million Americans may have some sort of Alzheimer’s Disease, whether advanced or in its early stages. If the disease is allowed to progress, it will destroy many functions of the brain, until a person cannot recognize others and is no longer able to speak.

While there is not a known cure for Alzheimer’s Disease as of yet, there are effective therapies that are available to prevent &/or significantly slow down its progression.

Act Now

The purpose of this report was not to scare you, but to simply inform you of the facts about degenerative conditions that take a gradual toll on our bodies. YOU DON’T WANT TO BE STRICKEN WITH ANY OF THESE AFFLICTIONS! Even if you have the beginning stages of the above diseases, it is not too late to act. In fact, if you are experiencing any abnormalities in your body, it is imperative that you see a medical professional so you can avoid being stuck in the prison of degenerative disease for life.

I would love to sit down and talk about the symptoms that you have been experiencing and how we can get down to the root of the problem to stop your specific condition from progressing.

In fact, I care so much about your well-being that I would like to offer you a Free Consultation so that we can get started right away!

To take advantage of this Free Consultation, please complete the form on this page or call the number below. My office will then be in touch with you promptly to set up an appointment at your convenience.

I look forward to talking with you soon.