what causes Sleep Apnea

Non Painful Diseases

what causes Sleep Apnea

Since breathing is regulated by acid levels in the blood and

this is influenced by air quality, air toxins should be searched for

first. Cigarette smoke is an air toxin. Vanadium from a gas leak

is a very serious air toxin and can go unnoticed. Do your own

checking since gas companies give wrong answers four out of

five times. Ask a home construction company to check for gas

leaks or the Health Department. PVC from new carpeting may be

polluting the air. Arsenic from “treated” carpets and drapes and

furniture also pollutes. Asbestos from clothes and hair dryers

may be the toxin responsible. Perhaps even fiberglass,

formaldehyde, or freon.

Adults with sleep apnea show swollen throat tissues: not

necessarily pain. This makes the air passage smaller; long gasps

of air are taken to try to make up for the missed oxygen and the

carbon dioxide build up.

Swelling of the throat is a common allergic reaction. The

possibility of allergy should get second consideration after air

quality. Drug reactions, even in a nursing baby, where only the

mother is using a medicine could be the problem. Allergy to

food, chemicals has been suggested, as well as a simple lack of

vitamin C (implicating mold and medicine which consume vitamin

C in the detoxification process).

A third possibility is infection. Many bacteria and viruses

can cause throat swelling. Redness of the throat is a telltale sign.

It doesn't necessarily hurt. Kill all invaders with a zapper and try

to understand the basis of low immunity in the throat.

Keeping metal in the mouth constantly, is a cause of low

throat immunity since it must drain past the throat.

If you snore, you can deduce that your throat is swollen, even

if you don't have sleep apnea. Pursue all three possible causes

(air toxin, allergy, infection).

Overweight and obesity have been emphasized as causes.

This may apply to some cases but certainly not to babies.

Whatever you do, don't do nothing. Keep removing bad things

until you find the cause of irregular breathing.

Chester Fannon, 5Oish, was quite overweight and wore a mask at night

with an air blower to assist his breathing. He had been referred to

a sleep center for sleep apnea. He had extreme dryness of his

throat at night and some hearing loss in one ear. He was toxic with

arsenic (roach killer), bismuth (cologne), tin (toothpaste), and

thallium (polluted dentalware). He was infested with both species of

Ascaris and had a hacky cough. He had four solvents

accumulated in his tissues. He was growing nine pathogens:

Mycoplasma, Haemophilus inf., Streptococcus pneu, A-strep,

Nocardia, Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus cereus and Flu virus,

over half of them in his throat. These were killed with a frequency

generator and a general cleanup was done. After two teeth were

pulled he no longer needed his mask, he no longer had apnea.

Peter Day, middle age, was set for throat surgery in a few days. He

had a couple of scary nights when he thought he was dying and

couldn't risk many more nights with his obstructed airways. He was

overweight. His throat was red and swollen, although he felt

nothing. He never even had colds. His diet was completely

changed, to things he rarely ate (bananas, milk, soup, oatmeal)

and off things he ate daily (hamburgers, fries, tea, pancakes with

genuine maple syrup). In two days, his throat was quite clear, the

tissues having become unswollen. Maybe it was the molds in the

maple syrup, maybe it was the oxalic acid in the tea, or something

else he could not detoxify in these foods. He was certainly happy

not to live the rest of his life with an artificial voice box.

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