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Re: Can't sleep, body shakes violently when laying down and falling asleep
 
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Re: Can't sleep, body shakes violently when laying down and falling asleep


It could very well be related to the vagus nerve. Entanglement of the vagus nerve causes hiatal hernia (there is a hernia forum here). Why do think "adrenals", any problem with them during the day? Don't drink diet soda, Aspertame deteriorates the myelin sheath in the brain and also causes heart palpitations.

It might just be a simple digestive cure (don't panic and imagine anything serious). Sea Salt is good for sleep and many other things.


http://www.sleepdisordersguide.com/blog/sleepdisorders/nocturnal-sleep-relate...

When you get to the site, press CTRL F (control key + F), enter VAGUS NERVES and press enter. The words will be highlighted (Windows and IE).

http://www.wellatlast.com/articles.html#Hiatal



Scroll down to "Vagus Nerve".

http://www.innerbody.com/text/descriptions.html


If you are not digesting or absorbing your nutrients properly, it might show in your fingernails.

http://mo.essortment.com/fingernailsdi_rsxw.htm


//www.curezone.org/forums/a.asp?q=4

Do you drink too much water?

//www.curezone.org/forums/fm.asp?i=588072


http://allergies.about.com/od/aspartametestimonies/qt/uc_aspartame_j3.htm


http://thehealthadvantage.com/poison.html

At the Sea Salt page, scroll down to "VITAL FUNCTIONS".

 

 
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