Here is a mystery I have been unable to solve. Basically I always wake up with more inflammation and swelling after sleeping. This can be taking a nap for a couple hours, or a full nights rest. If I go to sleep feeling fine and little inflammation in my digestive system( this is where I have most of my problems) then when I wake up my brain fog will be worse, anxiety higher and abdominal cramping/squeezing pain/tightness will be more. This is the most noticeable problem I have with my digestive system. Does anyone have any idea what body process might be causing this? It would help alot just to know what areas to target to help myself heal.
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B5 or pantothenic acid is a vital vitamin for adrenal function as is other b vitamins, vitamin C, magnesium and other nutrients including healthy fats. Adapotgens such as turmeric can be a big help as well.
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Yes I have some l absorbic powder but how high of a dose we talking I do 3000mg the l absorbic is suppose to be the better form
Strangely I feel 80% non fatigued after trying kefir over the last few days i almost wanted to cry my energy was normal and adrenals felt rested I assume it was the kefir or maybe the herbal detox tea I started too but I believe the kefir the day I took it I felt sick as a dawg then after that I have energy I haven't felt in a year I will continue this kefir as well as other detoxing
Sorry for all the supplement endorsements. I'm really trying to be open and hopefully also helpful. No longer am I doing the Kefir, it took too long to prepare; maybe in the future I will do it again. Lufenuron was too expensive to keep up, so I had to stop that too.
I have fixed the issues I was complaining about before.... post-nasal drip, foggy brain, hair loss, fatigue, scalp tenderness... I also had breathing issues. I turned my sights on clearing my sinuses, and it worked. I'm using something called "sinupret."
I still take anti-candida supplements and general health supplements that I previously mentioned off and on, just to help my body recover from all the toxins its been battling. The candida has died down if not gone away. Candida is an immunocompromised organism, meaning it shouldn't be out of control in a normal healthy individual. Maybe my sinus issues allowed candida to run rapid.
So I actually went through this whole copper ordeal recently and let me tell you what worked. you need to make copper available again by raising the sodium level in your tissues. You could do that by using molybdenum and manganese, along with selenium and chromium. Then copper will become available again because you will have adequate adrenal activity. Then, your body will be in a better situation to start utilizing copper and your depression and other symptoms of toxicity will lift. Depression is a dead give away that adrenal activity is not adequate. Also! TMG helps with detox so I recommend taking it when raising the sodium levels. When I take TMG, the mental affects are tamed..
I will post once I am back have to apply for wife a passport report back in about 30 days when I get there ..also plan to order the hair mineral test eventually and go from there also humaworm at some point I've got 3 ways tackle this root cause
Teeth (90% positive this is root cause)
Parasites(I don't suspect have no diarrea or other related issues)
Heavy metal (maybe)
So glad to find this post. It is helping me make sense of my inositol experience today (taurine also possibly partially to blame) and my reactions to Sugar in general.
So today (I'm going to be very detailed just in case it helps anyone else rule out reactions to certain things etc) I woke at 6.30 after disturbed sleep as I am breastfeeding a toddler through the night and also I have been having weird dreams, I took about a tsp of beetroot powder, a tiny bit of ginger powder, aprox 500mg of l-carnitine (3rd day, at this dosage per day), just under a tsp liquid chlorophyll with water and a little taurine aprox 3/400mg. I ate a small handful of pumpkin seeds and two very buttery gluten free crumpets.
School run, shopping then went and had a decaf from Costa with a little milk. Came home around 11am and my new myo inositol powder had arrived so I tried some. Took about 500mg, no more than an 8th of a teaspoon as it was taken off the tip of the teaspoon. Alongside (I'm not sure why- habit to mix my supplements I suppose but it's usually turmeric+pepper+ginger+fat etc) I took another dose of taurine and a teaspoon of molasses.
Shortly after I became full of energy and jittery and kind of anxious and sort of caffeiney but feeling awful while wanting to excercise and move my muscles and do stuff and my mind racing etc. My chest had mild pain while I was lying down (putting baby down for a nap) but was ok when I got to excercise (I never excercise).
I felt like I needed to calm down so took a magnesium glycinate and about 8mg zinc. Just randomly really but zinc and magnesium generally help when I am anxious, although I'm not sure if anxiety is the right word for this feeling, more weird/wired- felt a bit like being on anphetamines but less pleasant.
Anyway, I soon developed a raging thirst too. I kept myself busy telling myself it would wear off soon and trying to stay calm, ate a couple of eggs hoping the protein would help and the choline in the yolk etc and a spoonful of coconut oil trying to supply energy to my brain (but not too much!). I was thinking that as I was so jittery the last thing I needed was carbs or Sugar as I am usually very sensitive to sugar and get moodswings and negative symptoms when I eat too much so was avoiding them/it. So, I started to feel a little better after a while but still very tense, irritable, spacey, wired and feeling a bit like I couldn't cope until I ate my dinner which was beef burger, Spring greens and sweet potato. I could almost feel my body breath a sigh of relief while I ate the sweet potato! It really seemed to level me out and after I was almost back to me. I am now beginning to feel like I need to eat again as its affects seem to have worn off. I need to go and eat but just wanted to get my thoughts out while its fresh but basically all this seems to have been a massive drop in blood sugar rather than a high. If I had thought about it properly I would have realised as the symptoms are quite different from my typical sugar response. However I have had them before when I've taken taurine now I think back (used to take it years ago) but only after eating tons of sugar whereas the inositol seemed to cause this somehow. I am off to google whether taurine also causes insulin sensitivity or not as it would make a lot of sense if it does.
I am not a diagnosed diabetic. I've had three blood tests over the years and always come back clear- I don't know how!! So I am just learning about blood sugar. I thought stuff that lowers blood sugar is good as I generally feel mine runs too high (because I eat the wrong things no doubt) but now I realise that isn't necessarily the case. I think in my mind something that might lower blood sugar sounded like something to stabilise it when in fact the very opposite seems to happen when I take such things. I actually took the inositol to help with ADD and also mild depression, nothing to do with blood sugar and the taurine the first time was for tinnitus and this time just because I wa switching from magnesium citrate and magnesium taurate looked good and I read you can take mg and taurine separately and they will combine to do the work of mgtaurate. Boy had today been a learning curve!!!
Anyway, I am so glad you posted this and the subsequent poster replied about insulin sensitivity, I have joined now just to reply to you. I did look up side effects for inositol but didn't really register the lowering of blood sugar as as I said I'd sort of considered that a good thing, I also had no idea it could be so powerful! The doses online recommended are huge compared to what I took.
I'm unsure whether I dare experiment with taking it again when I have stable sugars, not sure it's worth it but I am glad to have learnt a bit more today and have lots of further reading to do on insulin it seems...