What’s your opinion about treating (sleep) apnea?

Although there are several conditions which are grouped under the one name of apnea, my response focuses on the night-time version.

The first thing I do is to check if there are any other possible factors than the central nervous system. Overweight and smoking could possibly play an important role. Certain physical abnormalities (‘mechanical factors’) could be instrumental. Certain kidney problems could also be indicated as causes op apnea.

Up till now I’ve only worked with two cases, both men in the 30s, and both of them I could have helped (and cured of their apnea) with treatment of the central nervous system. (*)

Just consider this: the brain sends signals through the nervous system controlling the breathing rhythm. If the signals don’t come through properly because the pathways are in some way blocked, then apnea is a possible outcome.

Treatment consists of nourishing the depleted or unbalanced nervous system with bio-chemicals such as lithium, lecithin, B12, potassium, magnesium, Q10 and suchlike. Everyone is different and needs a different combination of supplements. (Read more about supplements for the nervous system.)
Acupuncture and chiropractic treatment may form part of the treatment.

(*) Despite the irrefutable evidence of the tests, both clients chose to continue with orthodox treatments (surgery and mechanical aids) instead of removing the true cause of the apnea.

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