Do you suffer from chemical sensitivity, tingling hands and feet, tremors, brain fog , anxiety or depression? These and many other mysterious symptoms are related to neurological and central nervous system problems.

Symptoms can be confusingly variable, and doctors, however well-intentioned, can sometimes misunderstand the signs your body is showing and prescribe ineffective treatments. No one should spend their time trying things that will never work! In this article, we'll detail many of the mysterious symptoms that signal neurological problems, as well as the foods and supplements that can help treat them.

Neurological symptoms

Tics, twitches, and muscle spasms that are associated with nerve spasms are signs of neurological problems . If you experience dizziness or vertigo, your vagus nerve may be inflamed by neurotoxins from viruses. The vagus nerve travels from the brain, through the neck, past the throat and down into the chest. Other symptoms related to the vagus nerve include a pounding heart, trouble swallowing, or difficulty taking deep breaths.

Other neurological symptoms you may experience are: tingling or pins and needles in the hands or feet, ringing, buzzing or ringing in the ears, cold hands or feet, a feeling of poor circulation , neck pain, or a strange feeling of hunger in the stomach.

Some people have indigestion because they can actually feel the food moving through the intestines all the way to the colon. This particular symptom may be mistaken for indigestion, anxiety, or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) , but what you're really feeling are thousands of sensitive nerves coming from different places like the vagus nerve, phrenic nerve, and spinal cord that are connect with the intestinal tract, stomach and colon. So what looks like a digestive problem is actually a neurological one.

Some may also experience neurological fatigue, which is different from adrenal fatigue. Anthony William talks on one of his podcasts about this topic because it's very important for the medical community and for all of us to understand how it works and what causes it. If you find it difficult to move your legs, your head is heavy and dizzy, or simply getting out of bed and standing up seems impossible, then you may be experiencing neurological fatigue, which may be caused by the Epstein-Barr virus . This is a serious type of chronic fatigue. However, not all neurological fatigue is this severe. Some patients may also experience milder symptoms of neurological fatigue.

Sometimes a diagnosis of "neuropathy" is given when the doctor isn't sure exactly what's wrong, but knows it's related to nerve problems. Doctors often misdiagnose patients with diabetic neuropathy, a topic Anthony William discusses on his diabetes podcast, but actually more people without diabetes have diabetic neuropathy and the many symptoms that accompany it. Neuropathy is not a complication of diabetes, but is a result of the herpes zoster virus, which inflames the nerves in the extremities, such as the feet. Anthony William calls this condition neuralgic herpes zoster and shares the truth about it in his book The Healing Medium . When someone experiences nerve problems in the form of gum pain, jaw pain, or strange sensations, they may be diagnosed with neuralgia, which is also caused by the herpes zoster virus.

A huge number of neurological problems are caused by the Epstein-Barr virus , herpes zoster and their many strains that haven't even been discovered yet. Whether you have Epstein-Barr virus causing fibromyalgia or herpes zoster causing neuralgia, your goal going forward is to restore the nervous system. It's about doing everything you can to strengthen and strengthen it, and it can be done!

Causes of neurological symptoms

There are some specific causes that can create a sensitive, weakened nervous system. The first is neurotoxins. Viruses such as Epstein-Barr, herpes zoster, HHV-6, and others release neurotoxins that can cause a variety of sensitivities, symptoms, and conditions related to the nervous system. If underlying viral problems are not addressed, your nervous system can become hypersensitive.

Toxic heavy metals are the second cause. Mercury is extremely harmful, and other metals such as aluminum, lead, arsenic, copper, and nickel also wreak havoc. The alloy of these metals in the brain can oxidize over time, short-circuiting neurotransmitters as they travel through neurons. Imagine that the neuron is like a stream and the neurotransmitters are like the living water that flows through it. Heavy metals are those that block and destroy both the flow and the pulsating energy that passes through it. Heavy metals weaken the function of neurotransmitters and neurons, disrupt electrical impulses, and can cause seizures if they are in the brain and nervous system for an extended period of time. You can learn more about toxic heavy metals and how to cleanse yourself of them in Anthony William's book Cleanse for Health .

You must be vigilant to avoid the third cause - Monosodium Glutamate (MSG). It is found in many packaged foods, even seemingly healthy ones, and is hidden behind terms like "natural flavors," "citric acid," and "vanilla flavor." It can even be found in protein shakes and natural herbal teas! Monosodium glutamate eats away at your brain, creates lesions and destroys the nervous system, making neurological problems worse.

Chemical sensitivities can also occur when chemicals interact with the already weak and sensitive central nervous system. Symptoms of a sensitive central nervous system may include forgetfulness, misplacing words, being perplexed for no reason, confusion, feeling easily upset or confused, brain fog , disorientation, or feeling distant from others. Anyone who experiences anxiety or depression has a sensitive central nervous system. Exposure to toxic chemicals can intensify these symptoms and create new symptoms for a person who is already very sensitive.

A few more reasons are aspartame, which causes serious neurological problems and can even cause seizures in some people. Mold can also be a serious culprit. Mold does not cause neurological problems, but it can be a catalyst for other symptoms and conditions. Stress can also be a trigger and have a serious negative impact on the central nervous system due to the corrosive adrenaline that is released when we are stressed.

The causes of the neurological problems experienced by everyone are strictly individual. You can arm yourself with the information we offer here, as well as that in the books of "The Medium Healer" and implement consistently into your life the guidelines you will find so that you can restore the health of your nervous system.

Medicinal foods

An important fact to know as you begin treatment is that your brain, central nervous system, and nerves are fueled by glucose and mineral salts. This means your brain and nervous system are fueled by the naturally salty vegetables and glucose from the fruit! Don't be fooled by the current trend that falsely claims your brain runs on fat. The truth is that in order to heal any neurological problems, you need to provide your body with an abundance of sugars and mineral salts, not through corn syrup, cane sugar and table salt, but through fresh fruits and vegetables.

Wild blueberries are an amazing food and can help repair brain tissue. Drinking pure juice from celery stalks is another powerful addition to your diet that you should include daily, as Anthony William recommends in all of his books . Spinach, romaine lettuce, green leaf lettuce, red leaf lettuce, winter butterhead lettuce, and porcini mushrooms are also excellent healing foods that are full of mineral salts. You can add olives or seaweed like dulce and nori. For glucose, eat more bananas, papayas, raspberries, blackberries, mangoes, apples, pears, dates, apricots, peaches, sweet potatoes, winter squash, sweet potatoes, or sweet potatoes. You can eat the foods Anthony William recommends for adrenal health throughout the day and/or try the 28-Day Healing Cleanse from his books The Healing Medium and Cleansing for Health .

Medicinal nutritional supplements and teas

Some helpful nutritional supplements include B-12 with adenosylcobalamin and methylcobalamin , Adapto B-complex , GABA , barley grass juice powder , and a combination of calcium and magnesium. Some herbal teas such as nettle leaf tea or non-alcoholic nettle extract , raspberry leaf tea, as well as lemon balm extract or lemon balm tea are also great to drink.

Restoration of the central nervous system

Central nervous system recovery takes time, but never give up on your body's incredible ability and power to heal itself! Nourishing your body with glucose, minerals, the right nutritional supplements, and a huge dose of self-compassion can lead to better health and vitality for your nervous system, brain, and body as a whole.

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