Some Things That Might Seem Oddball
These folks have a lot of odd symtpoms and I have listed some of the more bizarre ones here on this page.
Healing From Mold Protocol #9 - From the "Step By Step Protocol" To Healing From Mold
Your Patient Gets Static Shocks
Many of these patients have low antidiuretic hormone. They have low blood pressure, increased urination and thirst and may have tachycardia. Sometimes Docs think they have postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS) due to pulmonary hypertension. However these folks usually have volume depletion due to antidiuretic hormone deficiency.
- Measurement of an increase in pulmonary artery BP with exercise that exceeds 8 mm or mercury.
- Seeming postural orthostatic hypotension with tachycardia.
- If volume depletion from antidiuretic hormone deficiency and rise in PA pressure, then not Potts, it is CIRS.
These folks are susceptible to static shock as antiduretic hormone is low and osmolality in the blood is so high that their sweat glands will secrete sodium against gradient out of blood and onto skin. This creates static shock as it creates and electric discharge force that discharges to a grounding source. To help them, I usually use Licorice - Glycyrrhiza glabra as it is known to have a pseudoaldosteronism action in the body. It helps to maintain body fluid, increase blood pressure and decrease the shocks. Do be aware of all the contraindications of Glycyrrhiza though.
If you are allopathically minded then you may want to explore use of Desmopressin (synthetic vasopressin analogue).
Ice Pick Pains And Vibrational Sensations
Your patient Has Ice Pick Pains, and, or vibrational sensations. They may be mobile or repetative in a particular area. Often they are mobile. Probably a nervous system reaction to the toxins, but totally normal in this population of mold related illness individuals. Getting the mycotoxins outof their body and using the rest of the protocol will usually put an end to these symptoms.
Spasms That Cause Contorted Body Parts
Your patient has spasms that make their hands look like a claw, or their feet, and legs spasm so their big toe sticks in the air or their foot is pulled to the side.
This is really painful and more common at night. It can be alleviated by a judicious use of minerals. Magnesium is necessary, but often other minerals are helpful too. A multi-mineral can be helpful to take when this is happening, or eating a high mineral content vegetable such as kale can alleviate the issue. Magnesium is key for this problem and keeping liquid magnesium such as magnesium chloride can often remove the spasm fairly quickly.
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