Dysautonomia Archives

Nervous system problems/dysautonomia

[ Dysautonomia Archive ]
[ Main Archives Page ] [ Glossary/Index ]
[ FAQ ] [ Recommended Books ] [ Bulletin Board ]
   Search this site!
 
        

Nervous system problems/dysautonomia

Posted by Kirsten on March 10, 2003 at 02:21:02:

Dear Dr Stoll,

I am a 26 yr old female who has always had pretty good health. But for the past six months I have been experiencing neurological symptoms like pins and needles, numbness, gastro-intestinal problems, anxiety, tremours, blurred vision and an excessively dry mouth. The peripheral neuropathy typically occurs at night when I will awaken with numbness or tingling sensations in my hand and feet, as well as facial numbness. I also experience a burning, itching pain of my skin when exercising, I have had this problem since I was young and read a post in the dysautonomia section that describes my symptoms which you identify as dysautonomia of the superficial circulation. Is this condition serious and do you think I my symptoms are related?
I have consulted a neurologist to put my mind at rest of the possibility of ms, but am now concerned that this apparent malfuction of my nervous system is even more difficult to cure.
Cheers, Kirsten



Re: Nervous system problems/dysautonomia

Posted by S.H.A.P.E. on March 10, 2003 at 06:23:01:

In Reply to: Nervous system problems/dysautonomia posted by Kirsten on March 10, 2003 at 02:21:02:

Hi Kristen - You may or may not have a Dysautonomia problem but "ALL" of your symptoms are also those of a congested Liver and Gallbladder, which sounds more reasonable to me. Your Liver/Gallbladder Meridian is most active around 2:00 AM, which explains why you are awakened by these symptoms and I'm also sure that you are experiencing a rise in body temperature (a hot feeling) around this time of nightas well. It's a simple thing to perform Liver/Gallbladder Flush and see if most of your symptoms decrease. * S.H.A.P.E. *

Follow Ups:


Re: Nervous system problems/dysautonomia

Posted by Jon on March 10, 2003 at 06:26:37:

In Reply to: Nervous system problems/dysautonomia posted by Kirsten on March 10, 2003 at 02:21:02:

If this is Dysautonomia, the only effective remedy that I am aware of is Wellness. Especially paracticing skilled Relaxation. I have had dysautonomia for many years and the skilled relaxation does wonders for making it obsolete.

Follow Ups:


Re: Nervous system problems/dysautonomia

Posted by Happygal on March 10, 2003 at 07:45:12:

In Reply to: Nervous system problems/dysautonomia posted by Kirsten on March 10, 2003 at 02:21:02:

Hi Kirsten,

The basic information for how to "Practice Serious Wellness" is in the article "How to be Healthy" on this website. Do it! It works!

My dysautonomia is fading away since I've been doing it for 9 months. :o)

Best wishes,
Happygal

Follow Ups:


Re: Nervous system problems/dysautonomia

Posted by Kirsten on March 10, 2003 at 16:07:33:

In Reply to: Nervous system problems/dysautonomia posted by Kirsten on March 10, 2003 at 02:21:02:

Thanks for the suggestions, I am going to try a breathing clinic which teaches skilled relaxation and I will definitely do the liver/gallbladder cleanse thing. I can't believe any of the many doctors I have seen didn't suggest it.

Kirsten

Follow Ups:


Re: Nervous system problems/dysautonomia

Posted by Kirsten on March 10, 2003 at 16:31:13:

In Reply to: Nervous system problems/dysautonomia posted by Kirsten on March 10, 2003 at 02:21:02:

Thanks for the suggestions, I am going to try a breathing clinic which teaches skilled relaxation and I will definitely do the liver/gallbladder cleanse thing. I can't believe any of the many doctors I have seen didn't suggest it.

Kirsten

Follow Ups:


Re: Nervous system problems/dysautonomia (Archive.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on March 11, 2003 at 06:15:19:

In Reply to: Nervous system problems/dysautonomia posted by Kirsten on March 10, 2003 at 02:21:02:

Hi, Kirsten.

Since this involves both sides of your body/head. It cannot be anything like TIAs. That means that it has to be metabolic which means it is curable.

Listen to Happygal & Jon. Going to the "breathing clinic that teaches SR is a good move but you will get even faster results by practicing the other 2 legs of the wellness stool at the same time.

SHAPE's suggestions might also help but I seriously doubt that the liver is the center of our being whereas the hypothalamus definitely is at least the switchboard of the bodymind.

Your bodymind is being kind to you by giving you this relatively innocuous warning.

In the meantime, you will probably get relief by starting one "100 balanced B vitamin" twice a day. Perfect Food" by gardenoflifeusa.com would also likely help. The only danger would be that your symptoms might totally disappear and that, when they are gone, you will think you are cured and so not do the other things that actually cure the condition.

Let us know how you do.

Walt

Follow Ups:


[ Dysautonomia Archive ]
[ Main Archives Page ] [ Glossary/Index ]
[ FAQ ] [ Recommended Books ] [ Bulletin Board ]
   Search this site!