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Deep sleep and stress

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Deep sleep and stress

  1. 1. Dr John Bergman The Secrets of living Healthier & Achieving Deep Sleep
  2. 2. Why doctors committing vaccine violence against children would earn 41 months and 87 months in federal prison An act of vaccine violence committed against a non-consenting person, if prosecuted by law enforcement authorities, could earn a doctor serious prison time regardless of whether the child was actually injured by the vaccine. Federal sentencing guidelines for vaccine violence Under federal sentencing guidelines, a vaccine assault upon an individual without their consent would be considered an "aggravated assault," part of the category of sentencing covering "offenses against the persons.“ all vaccine violence against children is premeditated, it qualifies as "more than minimal planning
  3. 3.  One of the Most common Tortures around the world Sleep Deprivation
  4. 4. Short-term Sleep Deprivation: • Causes the release of stress hormones • Elevates LDL Cholesterol • Elevates Blood Sugar • Reduces Blood supply to the gut Sleep Depravation on a long-term:  Debilitating both physically and mentally  Weakens immune system  Higher disease rates . Sleep Depravation = Sns activity
  5. 5. Sleep Drugs: •sleep 13 min sooner •11 min more sleep per night •they do cause memory lose so you don’t remember that you slept poorly •2001 = 29 million Rx’s for sleeping pills •2005 = 43 million Rx’s for sleeping pills •2006 = 47 million Rx’s for sleeping pills •2010 = 60 million Rx’s for sleeping pills
  6. 6.  35% increased risk of Cancer  Died 4.6 times more often (on average) than patients who avoided sleeping pills  Suicide, accidental overdose and cancer are probably not the most common ways in which sleeping pills kill Daniel F. Kripke, M.D www.darksideofsleepingpills. com
  7. 7. •Ambien, people can act like sleep walkers •Sleep-walk to the refrigerator and stuff themselves with strange foods that they would not normally eat •Sleep driving: Some of the accidents were bad, and the police did not like how the zombies behaved
  8. 8. Habitual sleep patterns and risk for stroke and coronary heart disease Neurology April 1997 vol. 48 no. 4 904-910
  9. 9. Methods.. We evaluated the association between sleep duration and daytime somnolence (often or almost always taking daytime naps) with the incidence of stroke and coronary heart disease in a national cohort of 7,844 adults ….during the 10-year follow-up. Results… • the risk for stroke was increased in persons who reported sleeping greater than 8 hours at night compared with persons who slept between 6 and 8 hours Habitual sleep patterns and risk for stroke and coronary heart disease Neurology April 1997 vol. 48 no. 4 904-910
  10. 10. Metabolism Anabolism = Constructive metabolism Re-growth Repair Catabolism = Metabolic Breakdown , For energy burning aspect dismantling of structural proteins (starvation/Fat utilization) R>B=Health R<B=Disease
  11. 11. 1.You can live without sleep you will Die without R.E.M. aka Slow Wave Sleep SWS 2.People who work nights have Higher rates of Chronic Diseases 3.Sleep Medications Will NOT Get you R.E.M. 4.You Must be asleep between 11PM-1AM for Optimal Function Deep Sleep Facts
  12. 12.  Allergies  Anxiety, depression, Panic attacks  Digestive disorders  Fatigue  Headaches, migraine  Heart disease, Palpitations  High blood pressure  Insomnia  Irritable bladder  Irritable bowel syndrome, Ulcerative colitis  Menstrual problems  Mouth and peptic ulcers  Muscular aches and pains  Eczema, Symptoms from sleep deprivation :
  13. 13.  Sleep is such a crucial aspect of health that it can have an adverse impact on some very serious diseases such as:  Parkinson disease (PD)  Alzheimer disease (AD)  Multiple sclerosis (MS)  Gastrointestinal tract disorders  Kidney disease  Behavioral problems in children (JAMA). November 1, 2000; 284 Sleep Problems Implicated in Many Illnesses
  14. 14. Drugs which suppress slow-wave sleep (SWS) R.E.M. •appetite-suppressing drugs •Anti-acids •High blood pressure meds •ADD ADHD Dugs •over-the-counter cold medications •Corticosteroids •analgesics •sedative medications used to induce sleep •antihistamines such as diphenhydramine (Benadryl) •over-the-counter sleeping medications •Asthma drugs = bronchodilators Drugs which affect sleep
  15. 15. Virtually all antidepressants cause REM suppression and often drowsiness during the day as well Sleep disturbance, •difficulty falling asleep •periodic awakenings •early-morning awakening • may be symptomatic of depression. Certain drugs in turn may cause depression
  16. 16. REM sleep is decreased by Beta- blockers, ACE inhibitors, Diruetics…etc Beta-blockers cause insomnia and nightmares, and by suppressing REM sleep
  17. 17. 38% of Pediatricians Surveyed Use Pills for Helping Children With Sleep onset “delay”. Pediatrics, May 2003: 111(5) pg 628-35
  18. 18. JAMA 2001 (Apr 25); 285 (16): 2114-2120 Most potential adverse drug events occurred at : •drug ordering (79%) •incorrect dosing (34%) •anti-infective drugs (28%) •intravenous medications (54%) "Medication errors are common in pediatric inpatient settings.” Error Rate … For Drugs For Children
  19. 19. Neuron April 26, 2001 sleep in early life plays a crucial role in brain development. The capacity for "change," or growth and strengthening, of connections between nerve cells is the basis of development in the brain. The elaboration and refinement of neural circuitry continues to a lesser extent in the adult brain. Sleep In Early Life May Play Crucial Role In Brain Development
  20. 20.  Study has found that children with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have more sleep apnea than do other children. (JAMA). November 1, 2000; 284 Sleep and Problems in Children ADHD
  21. 21. Beverly 88 yo 1979 hit by a car with a leg amputated Pain both arms and her knee “Do you know how old I am?I feel better!”
  22. 22. * The changes in sleep trigger shifts in the endocrine system, altering hormone levels and metabolism.  Researchers say that this study shows that a good night's sleep may be a natural form of hormone therapy, particularly for older adults.  The Journal of the American Medical Association August 16, 2000;284:861-868, 880-881
  23. 23. Women Need More Sleep then Men   A study of more than 6,000 participants, found that women who slept five or less hours a night: *Lack of sleep caused women more psychological distress, *raises their insulin and inflammation levels. *twice as likely to suffer from hypertension than women who slept for seven or more hours. **Among men, there was no such relationship University of Warwick in 2007
  24. 24. Before After 90 Days Mike 60 yo male chronic pain
  25. 25. Insomnia Facts: 1.Affects the whole Family 2.Increases irritability 3.Caused by Physical, Chemical, and/or Emotional Stress 4.Typical Insomniacs spend more time in bed up to 14 hrs Solution: 1.Fix the Stress 2.Restrict your Sleep (6 hrs per night) 3.Get up and go to bed at the same time EVERY DAY 4.Use the Bed room for Sleep Only Insomnia Cause & Cure
  26. 26.  Get Checked for Subluxations (Rest Digest Repair)   Lose weight. Overweight individuals who lose even 10% of their weight can reduce sleep apnea and improve sleep quality.  Stop using alcohol, tobacco, and sedatives, or anything that relaxes the muscles of the throat and encourages snoring  Sleep on your side  Elevate the head of your bed 4 -6 inches.  Maintain regular sleep hours.  Monday Syndrome Self-Help Treatments for Sleep Apnea
  27. 27.  1. Subluxations (Nervous system Pressure)  2. Medications  3. Tobacco  4. Sleep medications (Limit R.E.M.)  5. Erratic sleep patterns (Mon. Synd.)  6. Commercial Red Meats  7. Over Active Mind (prayer/meditation)  8. TV Watching before bed  9. Antacids  10. Alcohol  11. Caffeine  12. Lack of Cardio  13. Carbohydrates 2 hrs before bed  14. Sedentary Lifestyle    R.E.M. Busters:
  28. 28.  · Listen to White Noise or Relaxation CDs.  · Avoid before-bed snacks, particularly grains and sugars.  · Sleep in complete darkness or as close as possible.  · No TV right before bed.  · Read something spiritual or religious.  · Keep the temperature in the bedroom no higher than 70 degrees F.  · Eat a high-protein snack several hours before bed.  · Lose weight.  · Don't drink any fluids within 2 hours of going to bed.  · Take a hot bath, shower or sauna before bed.  · Remove the clock from view.  · Don't Change Your Bedtime.  · Make certain you are exercising regularly.  · Journaling (quiets the mind)       Tricks for deep Sleep
  29. 29. Proper nerve supply – FREE of subluxation Regular Exercise Proper Nutrition Sufficient Rest Prayer and Meditation Keep Informed, Stay Healthy:
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  34. 34. Ideally, we should sleep as early as nine to ten in the evening. And the reasons are: Evening (9-11pm): is the time for eliminating toxic chemicals (detoxification) from the antibody system (lymph nodes). This time duration could be spent by relaxing and listening to soothing music. If during this time one is still in an unrelaxed state, it will have a negative effect on the individual’s health. Evening (11pm-1am): is the detoxification process in the liver, and ideally done in a deep sleep state. Early morning (1-3am): detoxification process in the gall, also ideally done in a deep sleep state. Early morning (3-5am): detoxification in the lungs. There will sometimes be severe coughing for cough sufferers during this time. Since the detoxification process had reached the respiratory tract, there is no need to take cough medicines so as not to interfere with toxin removal process. Morning (5-7am): detoxification in the colon; you should empty your bowel.
  35. 35.  infant patients (younger than 12 months), the typical exposure on the first day of was 4… drugs for infants in the 90th percentile of exposure, it was 11  For children aged 12 months or older, on the first day of hospitalization were 5 and 90th percentile exposures 13 exposures  The cumulative number of drug… exposures for each successive day of hospitalization was 25 (median) and 51 (90th percentile) for infants,  42 (median) and 66 (90th percentile) for older children in children's hospitals. the most common conditions of asthma, appendectomy, and seizure  Analgesics, narcotics, morphine, antipyretics/analgesics, acetaminophen, ibuprofen  Anti-infective, ampicillin, gentamicin, cephalosporins  Anesthetic, lidocaine, propofol  Gastrointestinal, ranitidine, ondansetron, metoclopramide  Newborns= vitamin K, erythromycin, immunization drugs, anti-infective  January 2012 Archives of Pediatric  and Adolescent Medicine Pediatric Exposure to Several Medications Raises Safety Concerns
  36. 36. Fibromyalgia Gone 90 Days
  37. 37. Asthma patients commonly complain of sleep problems •allergens (i.e., mites) in the bedding •horizontal posture •low blood oxygen •high blood carbon dioxide •low blood cortisol levels •gastroesophageal reflux •drugs used in treating asthma are known to alter sleep •coughing, wheezing, and breathlessness •Similar problems apply to patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD or emphysema)
  38. 38.  Powerful antioxidants help with cognitive problems associated with OSA  counteracting oxidative stress or cell damage in the brain.  Signs of oxidative stress and changes in the brain have been documented among some patients with OSA  Green tea polyphenols may represent a potential interventional strategy for patients with this sleep disorder  David Gozal, MD, Kosair Children's Hospital Research Institute ,University of Louisville. Green Tea = American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine

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