Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Sleep disorders

Symptoms & Conditions | Upper Cervical Health Care

Upper Cervical Care is an effective, alternative treatment to drugs and surgery for a wide variety of symptoms. Below is just a a partial list of some of the most common, but if you do not see your health problem on this list do not assume we cannot help you. If you have a central nervous system, then it needs to be unrestricted for your body to function correctly.
Acid Reflux / HeartburnADD / ADHDAllergiesArthritis
AspergerAsthmaAthletic InjuriesAutism
Back PainBulging DiscsCarpal Tunnel SyndromeCerebral Palsy
Chronic Fatigue SyndromeDyslexiaDystoniaEarache
Epilepsy / SeizuresFibromyalgiaHeadachesHeart Conditions
Herniated DiscsHigh Blood PressureHydrocephalusInfections
Irritable Bowel SyndromeJaw PainJoint DysfunctionKnee Problems
MenieresMigraine HeadachesMultiple SclerosisMuscle Spasms
Neck PainNeurological ConditionsOsteoarthritisParkinson's Disease
Post PolioPost Traumatic StressRheumatoid ArthritisScoliosis
Sinus PressureSleeping DisordersTendonitisThyroid
Tinnitus / Ringing in EarsTMJTorticollisTourette Syndrome
Trigeminal NeuralgiaVertigo / DizzinessWhiplash Injuries

Sleeping Disorders

When you are tossing and turning in bed at night ... do you ever feel like you can’t settle down ... like your brain and body won’t relax.
The American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) divides sleep into stages representing wakefulness to deep sleep: REM, N1, N2, and N3, the last of which is also called delta sleep or slow-wave sleep (SWS). Sleep occurs in 90-110 minute cycles with the order of a cycle normally being N1 ? N2 ? N3 ? N2 ? REM. Each of these stages represents a different level of electrical frequency, or activity, of our brain and nerves.
Deep restorative sleep (N3 or SWS) is reduced in many people with insomnia and requires the nerves to become relaxed and produce very slow frequencies. There is normally a greater proportion of deep sleep (stage N3) early in the night, while the amount of REM sleep increases later in the night and just before waking.
Since a relaxed brain and nerve system is required for quality sleep a hyperactive brain or nerve system can logically be a possible cause for poor sleep. One of the most common causes of hyperactivity is the hard bones that surround the soft nerve tissue. If the atlas is locked into a misaligned position around the brainstem it causes irritation as well as many outward signs which can be seen on examination.
A simple nerve scan or nervous system exam can identify hyperactive patterns of nerve function and a nervous system that is constantly over-working and having difficulty relaxing. If such a pattern exists ... IT CAN BE CHANGED!
Evidence supports that trauma (i.e. mild concussive head, neck or back injury or procedure) precedes the onset of sleep disorders, such as insomnia, sleep apnea, and narcolepsy, in certain cases.
Following the incident, sleep disorders can be triggered immediately or can take up to years to develop. Insomnia is frequently associated with depression, which is also linked to head trauma in medical literature.

The purpose of upper cervical care is to reverse the trauma-induced upper neck injury; thereby reducing irritation to the injured nerves in the central nervous system (brain and spinal cord).  Sleep disorder sufferers may recall specific traumas such as head injuries, auto accidents or falls, while some do not because the original injuries are often so mild.
This treatment is restoring the health and function of thousands of people who were told nothing could be done. It is also preventing countless conditions for people who get under this care before they get into crisis.

Do you need a specialized NUCCA Upper Cervical Care Doctor?

Do you need more evidence?
Just check out what the media is saying about Upper Cervical Care.

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