Sleep Apnea - Protein Deficiency


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Sleep apnea. Is there any nutritional way you can help that?


Well, if you have true sleep apnea where you can't sleep any time of the day, that's a severe protein deficiency and sometimes a person can digest the protein, but not utilize and assimilate it because they don't have enough fat. So, that can be a problem.

Now, if your sleep apnea, your inability to sleep is because you can't sleep at nightTime, that's not sleep apnea. It means your nervous system is detoxifying and you can't sleep, usually between midnight and five o'clock in the morning. And if you go to sleep earlier, you'll usually wake up somewhere around 2:00 AM and you won't be able to go back to sleep until about 5:30 AM. That's usually how it works.

If you try to go to sleep at midnight, you won't be able to, and you won't be able to get to sleep until like five o'clock in the morning. You may doze a little bit, but when the nervous system is detoxifying like that, it's like a person who's had a head injury and you can't let them go to sleep because they may not wake up, they can go into a coma.

So, when the nervous system is detoxifying during the nighttime, and that's when it detoxifies 92%, something like that, the brain and nervous system detoxify at night when everything else is shut down, but the heart and the lungs, and neurological activity in the brain.

So, if you can't sleep at night, it's not really sleep apnea. It's your nervous system detoxifying. So, what do you have to do is sleep 5:30 AM - 7:00 AM. You have to go to work, go to sleep at 8:00PM, up at 1:00 AM - 2:00 AM, and then do something constructive between 1:30 AM & 5:00 AM. If you try to sleep and you can't, you're just gonna drive yourself crazy.





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