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insomniaHere’s what most of you expe­ri­ence:

Dur­ing the day you’re high strung and tired and all you want to do is sleep. But at night you’re high strung and tired, and can­not fall asleep. Sound about right?

So why is this? There are a cou­ple things. First if you’ve read about inflam­ma­tion in the pain sec­tion of this web­site, be rest assured your con­stant­ly inflamed body is stress­ing you out big time. It’s con­tribut­ing to your high strung exis­tence and caus­ing health prob­lems that you don’t even real­ize yet.

Sec­ond, the mechan­i­cal prob­lems you have in your spinal struc­ture are mess­ing with your ner­vous sys­tem in the most fun­da­men­tal ways pos­si­ble and mak­ing deep sleep vir­tu­al­ly impos­si­ble. If you’ve read my arti­cle on Brain Fog you have a clue as to what I’m talk­ing about. Remem­ber from basic anato­my class in high school that the pur­pose of the brain is to con­trol what the rest of your body does. Your brain talks to every organ in your body. Your organs send mes­sages back to the brain telling it what’s hap­pen­ing. There is a con­stant com­mu­ni­ca­tion with bil­lions of impuls­es per sec­ond hap­pen­ing that you and I are com­plete­ly unaware of.

But when that mes­sag­ing sys­tem is inter­fered with, you’ll suf­fer. You won’t sleep well, you won’t digest food well, your liver/kidneys/heart/spleen, etc, won’t work well. You’re entire body will be exist­ing in a sub­stan­dard state. Symp­toms are the result of this ill func­tion­ing body. Most peo­ple want to stop the symp­toms with med­ica­tions which often help, but nev­er ever, ever fix the prob­lem.

When you fol­low my pro­to­col for solv­ing Fibromyal­gia, you’ll start sleep­ing much bet­ter. You’ll be more awake dur­ing the day. You won’t have that “out of it” feel­ing. You’ll actu­al­ly start enjoy­ing life because your body is start­ing to work bet­ter than it has in years. I know it sounds hard to believe, but that’s because you haven’t expe­ri­enced it.