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The truth about insomnia

Today, pharmacists in our country and world statistics are categorical that people everywhere are looking for pills to combat chronic insomnia and sleep problems.

Anyone who has experienced insomnia at least once knows how unpleasant and even desperate such a condition is. Lack of sleep or poor sleep can make us feel like we are going to collapse mentally or physically at any moment. We often wonder if we will even make it through the day. Living with this problem is extremely difficult. Even if insomnia is not among the main chronic conditions we suffer from, it is very important to know how to get good sleep back and keep it, because it has a huge impact on our overall health at any given moment.

What is the most common explanation for the problem? Conventional medicine provides several answers to the causes of insomnia. Some of them may contain some truth. Your GP may tell you that the reason you're not sleeping is because you're sad, angry, anxious, depressed, experiencing stressful situations, have chronic illnesses, or even sleep apnea.

All or some of these symptoms may be part of your life at any given time. But they are symptoms, not the root cause of your sleep problems. You probably often hear from doctors how other illnesses or symptoms of yours may be at the root of your insomnia. However, such findings or probabilities do not lead anywhere, because if the root cause is not determined, there is no way to deal with its elimination together with the doctor.

There are also cases where your anxiety or depression is not caused by personal dramas and worries, and it is very worrying when there is no one to tell you what caused them. And if they are joined by sleep problems, which you also cannot explain, the situation becomes even more alarming. Lying awake in bed with no answers helps create additional anxiety that makes it even more difficult to fall asleep. Sometimes, with sleep problems, a specialist can give you some kind of answer to temporarily relieve your confusion and uncertainty. You may even be able to sleep for a week or more because you've gotten some sort of explanation and the mystery of insomnia doesn't bother you as much.

Most often, however, you don't get the right answers, nor the right recommendations and prescriptions, either from conventional medicine or alternative pharmacy, because both try to influence the symptoms and do not get to the root of the problem. It's not uncommon for doctors to tell insomniacs that they probably have a thyroid problem and that's why they're awake at night. However, the thyroid problem, even if it exists, is not the cause of insomnia, but if you are worried about this problem, then your insomnia will also deepen. Many people lose sleep when they hear diagnoses like Hashimoto's thyroiditis, hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, etc., all conditions where the patient is told that their own body is attacking their thyroid gland, and yes, you can lose sleep over the thought of thyroid surgery. Remember, however, that a poorly functioning gland does not cause insomnia.

The different types of sleep problems It is of utmost importance to understand the root cause of sleep problems and what exactly is going on in our body so that we can take steps to treat it. We need to locate the target before we start chasing it. It is not possible to get rid of a symptom or condition without understanding it. Even if we have dealt with it before we have fully revealed it, it is very likely that it will come back into our lives at a later stage, or the cause of it will create another problem that we will not suspect where it came from. That's why so often the answers doctors give us don't work. Not because medicine is not advanced and unable to work miracles, but because doctors are not always able to get to the root cause of a condition. This is often true of sleep disorders as well.

Everyone's sleep problems are very different. For example, you may have difficulty falling asleep, it may take hours to fall asleep, and you may not feel rested when you wake up because you did not get enough sleep.

Or it's possible to fall asleep on time but wake up very early in the morning and not be able to get back to sleep. Your mind starts racing before the sun rises and you become anxious about not being able to sleep.

And you may normally fall asleep easily, but wake up in the middle of the night and not be able to get back to sleep until the morning when you finally do. There is also a variant in which you fall asleep and wake up frequently throughout the night, but you do not manage to sleep really deeply.

Some people are unable to sleep through the night and when morning comes they feel completely exhausted. If this applies to you, you can try a quick nap if you get the chance.

There are people who feel exhausted all day, struggle with tasks, and all they dream of is finding a place to lie down and close their eyes. They just want to sleep. And when the night comes, they suddenly find themselves awake, and falling asleep on time is an overwhelming task.

You may be able to sleep through the night but wake up feeling like you need another 8 hours of sleep. It is possible that your loved ones will share that you snore or your breathing is shallow, say that you woke up from your own snoring, and you think that this is the reason for the bad sleep throughout the night.

It is possible to fall into a deep sleep, but suddenly your arm, neck or leg is in an awkward position and you wake up. There is also a variant where you are tired and ready to sleep, but some strange sound, bodily symptom, buzzing or ringing in your ears prevents you from falling asleep. These can be tinnitus, restless leg syndrome, itchy skin, body aches.

These or similar conditions have been experienced by each of us, but when such nights are repeated, we are talking about a health problem that seriously interferes with health, work, the full and happy life that we deserve to have.

What are the potential causes of sleep problems?

One of the possible causes of sleep problems comes from the liver. It is often congested and working hard due to accumulated toxins and intake of fatty and processed foods. The liver also becomes inflamed during the constant battles it has with the viruses and bad bacteria that have been nesting in it for many years. These parasites produce neuro and dermatotoxins, which are responsible for a significant part of the symptoms and diseases of modern man.

When we fall asleep, our liver also "falls asleep" and operates on autopilot. At 3-4 in the morning (the time is different for everyone) he wakes up and resumes his duties of neutralizing toxins, viruses, waste. If our liver is working slowly and with difficulty, it has to resort to a spasmodic convulsion to revive itself. These spasms are barely felt, but for some people they are enough to wake them up. This happens on those nights when we fall asleep normally, then suddenly wake up in the early hours of the morning and after a while fall asleep again. These spasms also explain those heavy nights during which we sometimes drift off, then wake up.

Sleep problems caused by liver conditions also exist in people with thyroid problems, but it is not the cause of poor sleep. The thyroid gland also gets sick from the harmful toxins that the liver is unable to successfully and completely eliminate.

Viral problems are among the main causes of poor sleep. Epstein-Barr virus, herpes zoster, cytomegalovirus, HHV-6 and some bacteria poison the body and keep us up at night. The Epstein-Barr virus releases neurotoxins that cause problems and keep us awake for hours. Or they wake us up in the middle of the night and keep us up until the end. As mentioned, viral insomnia is often confused with a thyroid problem because sleep and thyroid problems often go hand in hand. But the cause of insomnia is not hypo- or hyperfunction of this gland.

Monosodium glutamate and heavy metal deposits in the brain are capable of keeping us awake and depriving us of sound sleep. Mercury deposits are often the cause of obsessive-compulsive disorders, Tourette's syndrome, anxiety, depression, and more. When they are teamed with pathogens like the Epstein-Barr virus, things get even more complicated: the virus feeds on the heavy metals and releases large amounts of toxins known as neurotoxins. The medical community seems to refuse to see how this rapidly multiplying virus causes hundreds of symptoms and lesions. Having a sensitive digestive system can also cause our insomnia. The sensitivity in question is directly related to our nervous system, since every part of the colon is dotted with nerve cells. As food passes through the intestines, it comes into contact with these sensitive nerves at night. Sometimes the touch is so subtle as to be almost imperceptible, but its force can be enough to disturb our sleep.

Sleep apnea can occur if you have sinus problems and postnasal drip into the throat. It can also occur if you are overweight and in a supine position, putting pressure on the chest and throat to prevent proper breathing during sleep. The third type of sleep apnea has a neurological cause: when the brain sends wrong signals to the vagus nerve and phrenic nerves, using electrical impulses and neurotransmitters whose functions are weakened or disrupted due to the effects of heavy metals or viral neurotoxins.

Another potential cause of troubled sleep is a stressful lifestyle leading to problems with the adrenal glands. In everyday life with constant stress, large amounts of adrenaline are poured into our blood. This adrenaline keeps us up late at night and when we wake up in the morning we already feel exhausted.

These are some of the causes of poor sleep and insomnia. Other causes can be anxiety, emotional wounds, neurological problems. How to deal with the problem permanently? MC "DORIS CLINICS" works with protocols, the purpose of which is to help us understand where the problem is coming from, begin to heal and restore the work of the liver, clear MNG and heavy metals, fix digestive problems, heal the adrenal glands and we eliminate the Epstein-Barr virus. Then health and sleep return in full force.

In MC "DORIS CLINICS" we explain to patients in detail how important and irreplaceable factor sleep is for our health, how it has a powerful healing effect on the whole organism and affects the treatment of most health problems. Our therapy for sleep problems is strictly individual. It includes not only the work of specialists, but also the highly committed participation of the patient.

Our protocols are medical and drug-free and are prepared by a three-member medical team. If you follow the instructions correctly, the results are extremely fast and lasting. Within days, a significant improvement in sleep can be achieved, and after a month, people forget what it's like to wake up several times a night and desperately pray for sleep to come.

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