How it works

Dr. Hanan is the Healthpreneur founder of Healology that is used by entrepreneurs with lifestyle diseases to get health now while enjoying family and business.Healology does the following for clients:

  • Discover hidden root cause of opportunity that is the core, adjacent and real reason behind the disease.
  • Increase patient control by better understanding and awareness of the emotion and related story alongside the opportunities that exist in healing the core cause to health.
  • Increase fat loss, incredible health and superhuman performance by changing the mind-organ-brain conversation to one that resonates with the organ/symptoms to change..
  • Informed awareness, systematic and effective brain-mind-organ connection strategies maximizes keystone habits while preventing or recovering from disease.
  • Align the mind-organ-brain connection through a common language and a shared understanding of the body’s needs health.
  • Improve the client’s experience with focus on business/family life through breakthrough understanding of self, values, beliefs and passion.
  • Leverage unleashed health with innovations and creativity to maximize their business and family connections.

Since 1997, my clinical consulting, personal and healthcare experience has compiled Healology and I have engaged in over 1000 projects with elite healthcare companies to evolve Healology into a proven health transformation process. With an 86% success rate, Healology helps entrepreneurs take their health, family and business capabilities to the next level. This map shows how healology is different from conventional medical treatment:


Healthcare professionals often define the lifestyle disease they treat around the organ and symptoms in their therapeutic offerings — a way that one-day will become obsolete due to technology. Clearly, this approach is misdirected, but it’s one that has been repeated by many institutes and healthcare professionals over the decades. Many healthcare professionals today find themselves in this same situation.

The emotional unmet need, which is the target of everything a body does, should not be defined around something so unstable that it may only remain valid until the next stress trigger iteration. It should be defined around something that is stable for decades, making long-term strategic therapy more attractive and providing the client with a futuristic vision of healthcare. For this reason, Healology defines a healing therapy around the lifestyle diseases it addresses.

The first step in applying Healology therapy is to define the unmet emotional target as “a group of environmental habits (physical and psychological) + the lifestyle disease they are trying to rid”. Parents (subconscious mind/brain) who are trying to pass on life lessons to their children (getting rid of the lifestyle disease) constitute natural self-healing. The passing life lesson may be a negative emotional unmet need that causes and fuels the lifestyle disease.

A root cause (stress trigger) can be an objective, a goal or a task, a problem to be solved, something to be avoided, or anything else that the subconscious mind is trying to resolve.

Defining a stress trigger around the lifestyle disease has many benefits

It enables the transformation of healing from art to science. Because the healing to health is a process, statistical process with control principles that can be applied to help figure out what factors cause clients to struggle when getting their lifestyle disease under control. Consequently, proven evidence-based qualitative and quantitative Healology research techniques can be applied to discover client’s emotional needs, which are unmet, and which emotional need segments are under- and over-served.

It provides a central focal point to define all clients’ needs. The core stress trigger (inner conflict theme) is the stable, long-term focal point around which all other needs (related, emotional and consumption chain therapy, and therapeutic outcomes) are defined and around which emotional root cause is centered. The Healology offers a starting point from which to understand the stress trigger or root cause from the client’s subconscious mind perspective.

It more accurately defines the exact inner conflict theme. The powerful subconscious mind does not care if your healthcare professional provides conventional drugs, pills, or therapy. The healing to health has no solution boundaries and no therapeutic boundaries. This means that a deep understanding of the root cause will inform the creation of a solution that transcends the traditional competitive pharma drugs.

It acts as protection against environment disruption. A focus on the emotional unmet need keeps the subconscious mind focused on its true mission over the long term — to help itself heal the stress trigger and get better. With an ongoing focus on healing the stress trigger, a client is more likely to make better habits and lifestyle decisions with the right technologies and not miss key opportunities to recover. In addition, they are less likely to get sidetracked by phantom stress triggers or make lifestyle decisions that will fail to get the healing to health done better and/or more permanently.

It provides scientific healing insights into the condition. The human stress triggers have no geographical boundaries. People who live in the USA, France, UK, Germany, South Korea, China, Russia, Brazil and Australia have many stress triggers in common that they are trying to heal to health. The solutions they use to get that done may vary dramatically from geography to geography, but the stress triggers are the same to the specific lifestyle disease. The degree to which the client’s emotional unmet needs are underserved may also vary by geography, depending on the solutions they use, but the collective set of stress triggers to each specific lifestyle disease are the same.

Defining the core root cause

Defining the core functional root cause correctly is a prerequisite to predictable health success. Getting it wrong is a challenge, but getting it right is an opportunity. Healology defines the scientific inner conflict theme so narrowly that will attain the discovery of healing opportunities. Defining the core root cause too broadly will result in non-actionable insights to healing the stress trigger.

Healology has collected research that shows conventional therapeutic protocols only gets part of the therapy done. The goal is to discover the entire mind-organ-brain connection the body is trying to accomplish. This is why it is incorrect to ask from a therapeutic view, “What symptoms do I have to relieve first?” or to ask yourself, “What is the organ mal function?” as these questions may not reveal the entire story. Questioning should not start with which medicine.

For example, if a house is on fire you don’t expect the firefighters to remove the batteries from the fire-alarm “what pain reliever do you give for that pain?”, it is likely they would put out the fire “invasive surgery.” That may be correct, but is just a step in the conventional direction that is ultimately trying to get rid of the disease— which, in our example, is “to put out the fire.” If the fire starter defines the core root cause too broadly, then it is at risk of taking drastic invasive measures (like surgery) with a solution that gets the entire body under unnecessary bigger stress that may or may not cure the disease.

To avoid defining the root cause too broadly, the client must understand how their emotional unmet need fits into what the subconscious mind is trying to accomplish or heal. The question to ask is, “When you find yourself in the phantom stress trigger that you are using the conventional therapy for; what core root cause are you ultimately trying to heal — what is the underlying inner conflict theme?” Or, “what is the overall goal your subconscious is trying to achieve/relieve?”

On the other side of the spectrum, defining the core root cause too narrowly can be difficult, if not impossible, for the subconscious mind to tackle a phantom stress trigger entirety through a mind-organ-brain connection releasing certain chemicals from specific parts of the brain that affects the specific organ showing symptoms of the disease. To avoid this from happening, think about the scientific starting point of the Limbic brain that holds all the emotions forming the lifestyle disease, it’s here that holds the inner conflict theme, its capabilities to heal and ask, “can and will the core root cause be addressed from beginning to end over time?” If the root cause/inner conflict theme does not have or is not able to tackle the broader organ/symptom cause, then the emotional unmet need is defined too broadly from a therapeutic standpoint.

To define the core functional root cause at the right level of art and science of natural healing, guidelines are outlined in my most recent book “Second Chances”. Healology is the practice of healing to health with natural protocols and therapeutic grade essential oils having therapeutic clinical results/outcomes.

Creating the Healology Map

With the core functional root cause defined, the next step in the Healology process is to create a “Healology map” for that lifestyle disease. A Healology map is a mind-brain depiction of the core emotional unmet need, deconstructed into its discrete process or methodology steps, which explains step-by-step exactly what the body is trying to heal. A Healology map does not show what the body is doing (a solution view); rather, it describes what the body is trying to heal (a needs view).

Analysis of hundreds of inner conflict themes has revealed that all lifestyle diseases consist of some or all of the eight fundamental process steps: define, locate, prepare, confirm, execute, monitor, modify and conclude.

The Universal Healology Map

A Healology map is not a patient journey or client experience map: it does not describe the journey the patient/client goes through to heal, transform, mind-set, nutrition, subconscious upgrade and healthy lifestyle habits. These activities are fundamental chain steps that are captured and treated separately. If you are focusing on the healing process or the client experience, you are not focused on the core emotional unmet need.

A good Healology map will describe what the organ/body is trying to do and get to the core root cause independent of the drug or therapy they are using. So whether patients are in the USA, China or Germany, or whether they are using one of ten competing therapies, a single Healology map will describe what each and every patient inner conflict theme is trying to heal. A completed Healology map represents the “ideal process of therapeutic flow” for that lifestyle disease: all the steps in the ideal order for efficient healing to health.

The Healology map is created in order to

Define the emotion and unmet needs. The completed Healology map lays out the exact strategy and fulfillment for the client— which is a devised holistic solution that gets the entire permanent healing to health on a single Healology platform or with a single Healology offering (which may include RPH method, root cause analysis and therapeutic grade essential oils).

Discover healing opportunities. It is often the case that simple insights to complexities of diseases and innovative healing methodology can come from analyzing the Healology map, as it points out holes and deficiencies in existing conventional solutions.

Guide patient needs and root cause gathering. From a tactical standpoint, the Healology map serves as a framework and a guide for capturing the client’s subconscious desired outcomes or needs. For this reason, the Healology map is created before attempting to capture desired therapeutic protocol or outcome.

To learn more about Healolgy-mapping, see “” (30 minutes 2 health) included in the book “Second Chances” on the top inner conflict themes.


Many healthcare professionals believe that it is impossible to know all patient’s subconscious unmet needs and that this knowledge is simply unattainable and unknowable. Healology proves that this is not the case, but there is a common myth that feeds the misconception. The myth is the notion that “People don’t know what they want never mind what their unmet needs are,” implying that clients do not know their “needs” and therefore are incapable of articulating the information that a healthcare provider needs to win at lifestyle diseases.

It is often argued, for example, that, “A patient would have never asked for penicillin.” That is true, but the penicillin is not a need — it is a solution. While patients may not know what solutions they want, they most certainly know their unmet needs (subconsciously or consciously) related to getting their health back. In this case, they know they want to be healthy (the desired outcome) with no infection or side effects, and they want to do it more quickly without having to be in pain or suffer. The problem isn’t that clients don’t know their needs. The problem is that there is confusion and lack of agreement as to what an “unmet need” even is.

Healthcare professionals now have endless amounts of patient data like labs, x-rays, medical history at their disposal. What must they do to extract the patient’s inputs that are needed to make desired health outcome more predictable? Healology’s Innovation process offers a solution. The Healology unmet Needs Framework provides a model for categorizing, defining, capturing, and organizing all your clients’ unmet needs or inner conflict theme related to the respective lifestyle disease.

The Healology unmet Needs Framework

This framework introduces the types of client (subconscious) unmet needs that must be considered to gain a deep understanding of the inner conflict theme a client’s subconscious mind is trying to heal. They include (i) the core root cause, (ii) mind-organ-brain chemical chain reaction, (iii) the desired health outcomes tied to the core root cause and the chemical chain reaction, (iv) related inner conflict theme, (v) emotional and environment, and (vi) the client’s health desired outcomes. For a given lifestyle disease, all unmet needs are defined and centered around the client’s core root cause.

The Healology unmet Needs Framework provides clients and healthcare professionals with a common language around which to define patient inner conflict themes. It takes a multilayered and complex set of mind-organ-brain chain reaction inputs and shows how they should be categorized and organized, why they are captured, and how they should be used. The framework brings order to a historically chaotic process. Knowing exactly what is meant by “unmet need” and knowing what “needs” exist in a subconscious mind changes everything.


Dr. Hanan has spent over two decades working to “invent” the perfect subconscious unmet need with respective to lifestyle diseases and related organ/symptoms (diagnosis). We have concluded that a perfect subconscious need will clearly describe a patient’s measure of health success associated with getting the healing to health attained. For any given lifestyle disease, patients have many measures of health success, often 100 or more lab analysis. Each one of these specially constructed process, or “desired health outcomes,” describe how it is possible to get the healing needed to better health along a specific dimension: such as speed, predictability, efficiency, permanency, effectiveness for chronic conditions. We define desired health outcomes as evidence-based lab results and patient performance metrics that are tied to the lifestyle disease making health outcomes measurable, controllable and predictable.

Desired mind-organ-brain reaction and outcome are powerful and valuable because they are designed to have a very unique set of characteristics. In a single process or reaction, a desired outcome defines how the subconscious mind is measuring needs and what a patient must control in the design of the solution to satisfy it. The same exact process that comes from the subconscious mind can be used by the entire mind-organ-brain reaction as a focal point around which to create and communicate the root cause awareness along that dimension. In addition to being measureable, controllable and actionable, desired outcome process are purposely designed and structured to be devoid of drug or therapy solutions and stable over time, thus making them useful patient inputs for years to come. Lastly, they can be quantified for importance and satisfaction, making it possible to determine which needs are under- and overserved.

We have defined desired health outcome process to possess these characteristics for one very important reason: defined in this manner, we are able to determine which patient needs (outcomes) are unmet and predict — in advance of therapy development — just what solutions/ideas are most likely to get the patient’s health better and win in the healthcare industry for lifestyle diseases. This is why we often refer to prioritized desired health outcome as “predictive data”.

A desired health outcome includes a direction of improvement, a performance metric (usually time or likelihood), an object of control (the outcome), and a contextual clarifier (describing the context in which the inner conflict theme is healed).

When creating a desired health outcome, we use the following structure:

Direction of improvement + Performance metric + Object of control + Contextual clarifier

Desired health outcome is uncovered through medical literature searches and through interviewing methods such as personal health outcomes and placebo group reviews, and observational and ethnographic research. While most qualitative research has a short shelf life, a complete set of desired health outcomes for respective lifestyle disease is an important therapeutic asset for years to come as desired outcomes don’t change over time — the personal customized solutions that address them do.

Borrow health and mind hacks from Healology that works

Why reinvent the wheel? Innovation does not necessarily require invention. Innovation is the ability to use existing or new systems to address an unmet client need. By knowing exactly what health outcomes are underserved in a lifestyle disease, a client can analyze their condition to see if any of the chronic conditions or symptoms possesses an emotion or inner conflict theme that addresses one or more of those health outcomes. This tactic can save significant time, effort and therapeutic inputs.

Take obesity, who are looking to discover opportunities to improve healthy habits and programs to fitness. Healology identifies opportunities that could be addressed with tools the patient used that worked to get fit while addressing the core root cause behind their obesity like an identity issue. Instead of starting from scratch, offering a new fad diet/pills that the body is trying to adjust to using a new mind-organ-brain connection programming that creates a yo-yo dieting results. The Healology strategy resulted in significant fitness results.

Healology is recommended for lifestyle diseases as a “focused customized solution” where they associate existing inner conflict themes with the patient desired health outcomes that is being addressed. This can be a valuable solution for any lifestyle disease, but especially for diabetes, cancer, obesity, endometriosis and PCOS that affects millions of individuals. Such a system makes it possible for healthcare teams across the world to leverage what Healology has already invented.