Autonomic Dysfunction is Neurological:
Frequent headaches (migraines), lightheaded or dizzy, mild cognitive (ADD, brain fog, poor focus or memory), tingling or numbness (feet, legs, hands, face, neck), and deeply involved with neurodegenerative illnesses (Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, ALS, Tremor).
Autonomic Dysfunction is a Basic Body Regulation Problem:
Blood pressure regulation issues, poor hormone control, poor immune system function, poor temperature and sweat regulation, poor circulation seen in varicose veins (men and women).
Autonomic Dysfunction is Intestinal Distress:
Heartburn and reflux, bloating or cramping, constipation, diarrhea, frequent urination, urgent bowels after eating, incontinence, food intolerance.
Autonomic Dysfunction is Psychological:
Anxiety, depression, post-partum, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Autonomic Dysfunction is Poor Sleep:
Insomnia, non-restorative sleep, night time anxiety, night terrors.
Autonomic Dysfunction is Poor Quality of Life:
Chronic pain, chronic fatigue, chronic hunger, ability to digest food and move the digestive tract, temperature regulation problems, erectile dysfunction, sexual dysfunction (men and women).
Are you looking for answers?
Do you have Autonomic symptoms or been diagnosed with an Autonomic disorder but have no treatment plan to restore your health? Have you been searching for answers about your health, searching for a doctor and a plan that works?
Do you prefer natural remedies?
Are you naturally minded, looking for relief from the symptoms of Autonomic Dysfunction (heartburn, headaches, dizziness, fatigue, chronic hunger, poor sleep)? Do you dislike or distrust pharmaceuticals and doctors but natural remedies are not fully healing your body or mind?
Do you feel like you are out of options?
Have you tried traditional medicine or natural remedies but run out of options to improve your health or Autonomic Dysfunction symptoms? Is your health getting worse, or been told there is nothing else that can help you, and you do not know what to do?
Are you still looking for a diagnosis?
Do you have multiple symptoms or medicines, but no real answer to resolve your underlying health problems? Are you confused or frustrated because no one can make sense of your symptoms and the decline in your health?
WHY ARE AUTONOMICS THE ANSWER?
Because your brain controls your body through the Autonomic Nervous System, reversing Autonomic Dysfunction restores the brain’s ability to correctly run and repair the body.
How it works
The Nemechek Protocol™ medical consultation and treatment service is a science-based medical approach to lower inflammation, promote stem cell growth, and recreate the natural chemical environment that our brains need to correctly control our cells, organs, and body. When the Autonomics function correctly our brain can once again handle stress, inflammation, and disease from the cellular level up and throughout the entire body. Because the failure of our body begins as failure in our brain, we must use medicine, science, and nature to restore normal body function and normal aging.
Why it works
The field of Autonomics is science-based and evidence driven. It seeks the underlying cellular reasons why our brains and bodies no longer work correctly. By applying new scientific discoveries, I am able to merge traditional medicine with scientifically studied processes to heal both manmade and naturally triggered problems. Autonomic treatment works and is effective because once you understand the underlying dysfunction, you can use the science to guide the medicine and the bodies’ natural repair needs. Autonomics involve natural, mechanical, and chemical systems capable of repair at all ages and stages of life.
The first step is to identify Autonomic dysfunction through Autonomic spectral analysis, a non-invasive test that is a biomarker for your brain’s ability to control the body and quantifies the imbalance and tone of both the Sympathetic (“fight or flight”) and Parasympathetic (“rest and digest”) brain commands. Imbedded in those signals are the Autonomics that malfunction after injury, trauma, illness, medicines, vaccines, or childbirth. The second step to pinpoint Autonomic Dysfunction is to determine whether an overgrowth of intestinal bacteria called SIBO is creating secondary Autonomic problems such as intestinal distress (gluten or food intolerance), preventing concussion recovery, triggering skin problems (eczema, rosacea), causing periodontal gum disease, recurrent UTI or strep infections, Autism (propionic acid toxicity), or psychiatric symptoms (anxiety, panic attacks, PTSD, depression). The third step is to implement The Nemechek Protocol’s short and long-term treatment plan for recovery, maintenance, and advanced care. For most adults, the treatment involves short term medications, the lowering of metabolic inflammation, the lowering of and neuroinflammation including bioelectric stimulation (via the Vagus nerve), the elimination of underlying bacterial infections or unresolved concussion damage, core brain nutrients to mimic the historical foods that kept our brains and nervous systems strong, and chemically cleaner food to maintain recovery and resist relapse or recover from new Autonomic injuries.
Get started today!
You can start today by rebalancing your omega fatty acids to mimic the nutrients our ancestors consumed. Begin by taking high doses of omega-3 DHA (fish oil), omega-3 ALA (nuts), and eliminating omega-6 vegetable oils in your cooking oils and foods. Use California sourced Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) to obtain omega-9 fatty acids that repair brain damage you already have and to protect from hidden omega-6 fatty acids in your foods. Additional treatment involves Vagus Nerve Stimulation, short-term pharmaceuticals to combat bacterial overgrowths or unresolved concussions, medication for unstable heart rhythms or dangerous patterns of Autonomic dysfunction (Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy), and dietary patterns to encourage natural stem cell production, cytokine control, and proper microglia function.
Autonomic Disorders are easier to identify with real words and common symptoms:
Autonomic Dysfunction may be accelerated in Diabetes up to two decades earlier than people that same age who do not have Diabetes.
Parasympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction Dysregulation of normal inflammation control = Autonomic Dysfunction
Blood Pressure Problems:
Difficult to control blood pressure = Parasympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction High blood pressure readings without independently confirmed hypertension = poor cerebral blood oxygen against gravity from Autonomic Dysfunction Passing out or fainting, especially when hot = poor cerebral blood oxygen against gravity from Autonomic Dysfunction PMS = poor cerebral blood oxygen against gravity from Autonomic Dysfunction
Brain and Neurological Problems:
ADD, Brain Fog = poor cerebral blood oxygen against gravity from Autonomic Dysfunction Migraines and headaches = poor cerebral blood oxygen against gravity from Autonomic Dysfunction Dizzy or lightheaded, often when standing up or sitting up = Orthostatic Hypotension Tingling in hands, feet, face, and neck = poor cerebral blood oxygen against gravity from Autonomic Dysfunction Numbness in legs, feet, arms, hands = Autonomic Neuropathy Many types of seizures = Autonomic dysfunction with SIBO Constant foot tappers and leg bouncers = poor cerebral blood oxygen against gravity from Autonomic Dysfunction Inability to quit smoking = Autonomic Dysfunction with nicotine receptors in body Poor concentration, poor memory, dementia that improves when laying down or while exercising = poor cerebral blood oxygen against gravity from Autonomic Dysfunction
Women who are never the same after pregnancy due to sudden depletions of omega-3 fatty acids during pregnancy (headaches, heartburn, weight gain, fatigue, brain fog, hormone trouble, postpartum depression) = “Broken Mommies” Autonomic Dysfunction
Autism = Autonomic Dysfunction, Developmental Delay, and Propionic Acid Toxicity from SIBO Anxiety = poor cerebral blood oxygen against gravity from Autonomic Dysfunction often with SIBO ADD = poor cerebral blood oxygen against gravity from Autonomic Dysfunction often with SIBO Many types of seizures = Autonomic dysfunction with SIBO
Chronic Pain or Fatigue:
Neck tightness, shoulder pain = Sympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction Inflammation in brain, joints, tissues = Parasympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction Chronic fatigue = poor cerebral blood oxygen against gravity from Autonomic Dysfunction
Concussions, Traumatic Brain Injury:
Many of the most common symptoms from concussions, traumatic brain injury = Autonomic Dysfunction
Varicose Veins = Sympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction
Difficult to control glucose = Parasympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction Diabetes = Pancreas damage plus Autonomic Dysfunction
Sensitive to sun in daytime, difficulty seeing at night = Autonomic Dysfunction of pupil dilation and control
High heart rate when standing up (POTS, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) Racing heart, heart palpitations, Atrial fibrillation (A Fib) = High HRV, Autonomic Dysfunction
Heartburn, Digestive, and Intestinal Problems:
Constipation = Autonomic Dysfunction, brain moves digestive tract too slow Heartburn = Autonomic Dysfunction, brain moves digestive tract too slow Abdominal bloating and cramping = Autonomic Dysfunction and SIBO Frequent urination, can’t empty bladder, frequent UTI’s = Sympathetic or Parasympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction Persistent Nausea = Brain is not emptying stomach correctly, Autonomic Dysfunction Food intolerance, feel better on gluten-free or on Probiotics = Autonomic Dysfunction and SIBO
Hormone Regulation Issues:
Difficult to control hormone levels = Parasympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction Abnormal hormone regulation = Parasympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction Menopause’s hot flashes and hormone problems = Autonomic Dysfunction hormone and body temperature control system malfunction
Excessive thirst and hunger = Sympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction Belly fat = Sympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction causes cortisol production and abnormal fat distribution.
Neurodegeneration (Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, ALS) = Autonomic Dysfunction with brain inflammation and cellular damage
Anxiety = poor cerebral blood oxygen against gravity from Autonomic Dysfunction often with SIBO Chronic Depression is unresolved brain injury due to chronic inflammation = Damaged Parasympathetic Inflammatory Reflex PTSD is unresolved brain injury due to chronic inflammation = Damaged Parasympathetic Inflammatory Reflex
Erectile Dysfunction, inability to ejaculate in men = blood flow and blood return from extremities problems, Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction Vaginal dryness, inability to orgasm in women= Sympathetic and Parasympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction
Central Sleep Apnea = Parasympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction Restless Leg Syndrome = Parasympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction Insomnia = Sympathetic Withdrawal induced high noradrenaline levels and night time anxiety Frequent nighttime urination = Inadequate urine production and increase liquid ingestion in daytime released at night from Sympathetic Withdrawal Non-restorative sleep = Parasympathetic Autonomic Dysfunction
Temperature Regulation Issues:
Hot flashes, night sweats = Autonomic Dysfunction often with SIBO Cold extremities/poor circulation = Autonomic Dysfunction, Sympathetic Withdrawal
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