Thanks, I think it may be a sodium issue for me too. It always happens when my legs get really weak and wobbly. Not sure any more if its related to metal dumping or just a crash or a crash from metal dumping. It comes as goes and is less now than it was before I started NB. I'm getting my new test results tomorrow. Maybe that will give some insight.
That is the same symptoms I would get...the legs would get wobble and sometimes even weak and then I would have the shortness of breath...since doing NB. I have not had this issue...I contribute it to the Hawaiian Bamboo Jade Seasalt..(on every meal). But I have read that did not help others...so maybe it is a combination of thing such as the seasalt, kelp and possibly the thyro-complem(not sure on this one).
I do know when I eat more veggies with the HBJS feel much better...thinking the veggies helps to get it into the cells much better then other foods.
Thanks, I will share what I learn!
I am 4 lows and not on the full program yet so that maybe part of my issue. It happens a lot less now but still comes up. I read recently that dumping copper can lower sodium, so there maybe something to that.
I have had this problem for a long time,although getting much better now. I always thought its from maybe possibly from high reverse t3 blocking conversion of t3 to the cells. Maybe the down regulation of the thyroid from the adrenals. Or maybe just from low cortisol?
Anyways, I have found that a few drops of licorice extract
helps....also small doses of zinc helps with the conversion of t4 to t3. Byron Richards make mention that zinc is a cofactor mineral that needs to be adequate for thyroid hormone to perform at an optimal pace. A lack of zinc is known to reduce the activity of TRH( thyroid releasing hormone in the hypothalamus).
Inturn tending to depress thyroid hormone levels. Zinc participates in the conversion of t4 to t3,and zinc is needed to bind active thyroid hormone to the DNA of cells. Zinc is needed for immunity,sex drive,and maintaining leptin status while on a diet. Its lost in sweat or STRESS.